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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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All,

What are your thoughts on this - in the next couple of days, I will be sending off my removal of conditions package - my 2 year GC anniversary date is 4/15. Unfortunately, I have just been informed that my company needs me to take an extended business trip from the middle of February to India which may run to my 4/15 date, and beyond.

I am concerned that I will miss my biometrics appointment because there is not enough time between now and receiving my bio appointment before my date of travel 2/11.

I dont know what your thoughts are:

1) Do you think I'll be able to schedule an appointment without an NOA1 for biometrics before I go?

2) Do you think I'll be able to reschedule my biometrics until I get back (which may or may not be before my 2yr GC anniversary - if it has to be, I can get back for it)

3) Would I need anything other than my NOA1 to show I have applied for removal of conditions on returning to the US when I get back, if I return after my 2yr GC anniversary? My wife will be meeting me in India half way through the trip, so can bring my NOA1 with her).

Any thoughts would be appreciated, as I'm starting to get worried about what is and is not possible - especially the biometrics part.

Thanks!

:help:


P (Originally UK), B (Michigan)

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I think I would make an infopass appointment, talk to somone face to face about this and bring evidence from your employer.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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All,

What are your thoughts on this - in the next couple of days, I will be sending off my removal of conditions package - my 2 year GC anniversary date is 4/15. Unfortunately, I have just been informed that my company needs me to take an extended business trip from the middle of February to India which may run to my 4/15 date, and beyond.

I am concerned that I will miss my biometrics appointment because there is not enough time between now and receiving my bio appointment before my date of travel 2/11.

I dont know what your thoughts are:

1) Do you think I'll be able to schedule an appointment without an NOA1 for biometrics before I go?

2) Do you think I'll be able to reschedule my biometrics until I get back (which may or may not be before my 2yr GC anniversary - if it has to be, I can get back for it)

3) Would I need anything other than my NOA1 to show I have applied for removal of conditions on returning to the US when I get back, if I return after my 2yr GC anniversary? My wife will be meeting me in India half way through the trip, so can bring my NOA1 with her).

Any thoughts would be appreciated, as I'm starting to get worried about what is and is not possible - especially the biometrics part.

Thanks!

:help:

If it comes while you are away.....The I-797 that schedules your biometrics has a section toward the botton that states "Request for Rescheduling" you check to the box that asks to reschedule your appointment and mail a copy to the service center (address is on the form).

Edited by bettenan

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