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I've been preparing and gathering documents needed to file I751. I'm just wondering if the process will be the same as when we first applied for Change of Status? Filing> check cashed> biometric appointment> Interview > decision/card receiving?

And does my husband need to be in the U.S. when I send out the application?

Thanks!

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Yuee & Dodo

08/26/01-- We were officially dating

05/21/07-- civil ceremony in E. Lansing, MI

05/17/08-- reception in Taiwan

06/29/07-- sent out AOS package (I-130, I-485, I-864, I-131) via Priority Mail

07/11/07-- NOA for I-130, I-131, I-485 issued!! DAY 10

07/21/07-- biometric appointment notice letter received in the mail DAY 20

08/03/07-- biometric appointment DAY 33

10/12/07-- Interview @9am APPROVED! DAY 103

11/05/07-- Green Card received DAY 127

09/28/09-- sent out I-751 DAY 1

10/05/09-- NOA received (issued 9/29) DAY 7

11/09/09-- Biometric appointment DAY 34

11/24/09-- APPROVED New card in production! DAY 62

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I've been preparing and gathering documents needed to file I751. I'm just wondering if the process will be the same as when we first applied for Change of Status? Filing> check cashed> biometric appointment> Interview > decision/card receiving?

And does my husband need to be in the U.S. when I send out the application?

Thanks!

Don't see why hubby would have to be in the US when you file.

Some peeps have an interview and some don't. CO at our AOS interview mentioned if we submit enough evidence of bonafide marrige we may not be interviewed removing conditions.

Who knows for sure tho?


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Pakistan
Timeline

if there is substantial evidence with the removing conditions there seems to be in most cases an Approval with no interview...

I think there is a thread pinned down here with sample attachements that you might want to consider referencing before sending your package....

goodluck.....

if there is substantial evidence with the removing conditions there seems to be in most cases an Approval with no interview...

I think there is a thread pinned down here with sample attachements that you might want to consider referencing before sending your package....

goodluck.....


"For with God nothing shall be impossible - Luke 1:37"

Details of older petition timelines are in "Our Story" section

May 28, 2009 - Filed N-400 application for Naturalization

June 08, 2009 - NOA 1 received in the mail dated June 01,2009

June 15, 2009 - Biometrics Appt Letter received for July 02, 2009

July 02, 2009 - Biometrics Done - awaiting interview letter

July 13, 2009 - Interview Letter Received for Sept 09, 2009

Sept 09, 2009 - Interview Passed - Thank you Lord Jesus !!!

Sept 17, 2009 - Oath Ceremony - COBO Hall Detroit, MI - Done, registered to vote + updated Social Security record

Sept 18, 2009 - Applied for US Passport

Oct 06, 2009 - New Social Security card received in the mail

Oct 08, 2009 - US Passport received in the mail

Oct 09, 2009 - Naturalization Certificate received in the mail

Oct 20, 2009 - Received Voter's Registration Card

Oct 20, 2009 - Our Visa Journey Completed - Thank you Lord Jesus !!!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
Timeline

very few interviews are conducted at this stage of the game, and they seem to be a random sample of people.


*Cheryl -- Nova Scotia ....... Jerry -- Oklahoma*

Jan 17, 2014 N-400 submitted

Jan 27, 2014 NOA received and cheque cashed

Feb 13, 2014 Biometrics scheduled

Nov 7, 2014 NOA received and interview scheduled


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