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Filed: Country: Cambodia
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Hi,

My wife 2-year green card will expire on 7/28/08. I filled out the I-751 and it is ready to submit. I know I must submit the I-751 90 days before the green card expires. Is this mean that I must submit the application exactly 90 days before or within 90 days?

One other question. We have a child who was born here in the US after our marriage. Do we have to fill out any form for him?

Thanks!

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Filed: Country: Egypt
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Hi,

My wife 2-year green card will expire on 7/28/08. I filled out the I-751 and it is ready to submit. I know I must submit the I-751 90 days before the green card expires. Is this mean that I must submit the application exactly 90 days before or within 90 days?

One other question. We have a child who was born here in the US after our marriage. Do we have to fill out any form for him?

Thanks!

Hi,

My wife 2-year green card will expire on 7/28/08. I filled out the I-751 and it is ready to submit. I know I must submit the I-751 90 days before the green card expires. Is this mean that I must submit the application exactly 90 days before or within 90 days?

One other question. We have a child who was born here in the US after our marriage. Do we have to fill out any form for him?

Thanks!

with in 90 days

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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You can file anytime between April 30th and July 28th.


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Filed: Country: Cambodia
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Hi,

Here is my update. I mailed the I-751 package on May 3, 2008 and received a I-797C, Notice of Action on May 13, 3008.

Here is what the I-797C, Notice of Action says:

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I-797C, Notice of Action

Your conditional resident status is extended for a period of one year. During the one-year extension you are authorized employment and travel.

In order to further process your petition, you will be receiving an Application Support (ASC) appointment notice with a specific time, date, and location to capture your fingerprints, photo and signature. You MUST wait for your appointment notice before going to the ASC for biometric processing.

NOTE: Conditional resident applications, including conditional resident dependents residing overseas pursuant to military or government orders, WILL NOT RECEIVE an ASC appointment notice. To complete biometric processing, these applicants must submit the required items listed on the I-751 form instructions.

If you have not already done so, provide supporting documents to assist USCIS in processing your petition and to establish eligibility to remove the conditional basis of your permanent residence. PLEASE INCLUDE A COPY OF THIS RECEIPT NOTICE WITH ANY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS YOU SUBMIT. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, the following items:

- Lease of joint tenancy or joint ownership of assets

- Joint mortgage agreement and /or property deed

- Tax returns

- Birth certificates of any child(ren) born from the marriage

- Joint policies of life, medical, and/or car insurance

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Does this mean that our application is in the approval process and it hasn't approved yet?

Thank you!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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It means that they have received and accepted your I-751 application and are reviewing it. It has not been approved yet. Several other things must happen first. You will receive a second notice - an appointment to have your biometrics (fingerprints and photograph) done. Once they have completed the security check based on the biometrics and reviewed your application, they will notify you that a) they wish to see more evidence (an RFE); b ) they wish to see you for an interview and will set up an appointment, or c) approve you without an interview and will send you the 10 year green card. There is no saying how long - or how short - a time this will take:-).

Carry the notice that you quoted above along with your expired green card - together they prove that your green card is extended for a full year while they assess your application. You can continue to work and travel the exact same as you did with just the unexpired green card. Good luck on a quick approval.

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Filed: Country: Cambodia
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It means that they have received and accepted your I-751 application and are reviewing it. It has not been approved yet. Several other things must happen first. You will receive a second notice - an appointment to have your biometrics (fingerprints and photograph) done. Once they have completed the security check based on the biometrics and reviewed your application, they will notify you that a) they wish to see more evidence (an RFE); b ) they wish to see you for an interview and will set up an appointment, or c) approve you without an interview and will send you the 10 year green card. There is no saying how long - or how short - a time this will take:-).

Carry the notice that you quoted above along with your expired green card - together they prove that your green card is extended for a full year while they assess your application. You can continue to work and travel the exact same as you did with just the unexpired green card. Good luck on a quick approval.

My wife just received her 10-year greencard yesterday!! Thank you all!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Kazakhstan
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Congrats!


2004: I-485 Filed

2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd

05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC

06/2007: FP completed

05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled

06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year

07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug

08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l

08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd

05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi,

My wife 2-year green card will expire on 7/28/08. I filled out the I-751 and it is ready to submit. I know I must submit the I-751 90 days before the green card expires. Is this mean that I must submit the application exactly 90 days before or within 90 days?

One other question. We have a child who was born here in the US after our marriage. Do we have to fill out any form for him?

Thanks!

According to your post, your wife's card has already expired some 90 days ago


YMMV

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
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Hi,

My wife 2-year green card will expire on 7/28/08. I filled out the I-751 and it is ready to submit. I know I must submit the I-751 90 days before the green card expires. Is this mean that I must submit the application exactly 90 days before or within 90 days?

One other question. We have a child who was born here in the US after our marriage. Do we have to fill out any form for him?

Thanks!

According to your post, your wife's card has already expired some 90 days ago

This is why reading the whole thread before replying is a really good idea =)


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