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Biometrics in St. Albans, VT

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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My husband had his biometics appointment this morning in St. Albans, and just our luck, we got almost a foot of snow last night and this morning. The appointment was early-8:00-so we were up early too-ready for a slow, treacherous drive north to St. Albans. Nothing stops for immigration.

But, the drive wasn't too bad, it only took us an extra 20 minutes (we only live 30 minutes south of St. Albans). We were the only ones there, they had to wait for us to finish filling out the form, and we were in and out in 20 minutes.

Now we wait.

Good luck to all.


Lifting Conditions

12-17-2007 Sent in I-797

12-22-2007 NOA date for I-797

12-28-2007 NOA actually received in mail

1-20-2008 2 Year Conditional Green Card Expired

1-26-2008 Biometrics letter received

2-07-2008 Biometrics appointment

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