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OK I know I havent been here for a while but have been so busy in new life just had time to come and check on people just not chat or post but Yep I am back with the immigration bit again . This is just a quick question to see if I have understood what they have written on the Gov site this is what i have found on fees

The filing fee for a Form is $465.00

An additional biometric fee of $80.00 is required when filing this Form I-751. After you submit Form I-751, USCIS will notify you about when and where to go for biometric services.You may submit one check or money order for both the application and biometric fees, for a total of $545.00.

NOTE: Each conditional resident dependent, eligible to be included on the principal applicant's Form I-751 and listed under Part 5 of Form I-751, is required to submit an additional biometric services fee of $80.00, including dependents residing overseas pursuant to military or government orders, regardless of age.

Am I to understand that I have to pay $465 + $80 bio-metrics for me and $465 + $80 bio-metrics for my son but just put him in part 5 on the form

thanks for any help and no doubt I will be back on here over the next few weeks :thumbs:

Angie


Here we go again !

Lifting conditions

Oct 14th 08 ..... Mailed the I-751. Back in the system we go

Oct 18th 08 ..... NOA receipt date

Oct 20th 08 ..... Check has been cashed, waiting on the NOA1 and Biometrics appointment now.

Oct 24th 08 ..... NOA arrives in post.

Nov 13th 08 ..... Receive date for Bio-metrics in Atlanta.

Nov 28th 08 ..... Bio-metrics appointment.

Feb 18th 09 ..... Date of decision to remove conditions on permanent residency.

Feb 23rd 09 ..... Received notification on approval ( via snail mail ). Green card on order.

Feb 26th 09 ..... Card production ordered. Pleas wait 30 days ( as per case status on USCIS home page ).

Mar 7th 09 ....... My 10 yr green card arrives.

Apr 22nd 09 ..... Sons 10 yr green card finally arrives( after a nudge at VSC from the USCIS helpline)

Going to take a little break from the immigration stuff.

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You only have to pay the $465 once then the $80 bioimetrics fee twice - once for you and once for your son. Your son is included on your removal of conditions application. You include his information on part 5, yes. That is where his eligibility to be included in the same processing fee is determined. His status is 'derivative' from yours. Good luck!

Just in case you don't know, you don't send the I-751 to Texas anymore - they transfer them to Vermont Service Center so it is faster (and preferred) to mail it directly to VSC. Be prepared for about a year's wait for processing (at least at this time).


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Thanks kathryn for your reply is nice to be cut a lil break only paying for a " Buy 1 get 1 free " :D

and because we will be "in the system " again and green card will be expired I am still ok to work ??

Angie


Here we go again !

Lifting conditions

Oct 14th 08 ..... Mailed the I-751. Back in the system we go

Oct 18th 08 ..... NOA receipt date

Oct 20th 08 ..... Check has been cashed, waiting on the NOA1 and Biometrics appointment now.

Oct 24th 08 ..... NOA arrives in post.

Nov 13th 08 ..... Receive date for Bio-metrics in Atlanta.

Nov 28th 08 ..... Bio-metrics appointment.

Feb 18th 09 ..... Date of decision to remove conditions on permanent residency.

Feb 23rd 09 ..... Received notification on approval ( via snail mail ). Green card on order.

Feb 26th 09 ..... Card production ordered. Pleas wait 30 days ( as per case status on USCIS home page ).

Mar 7th 09 ....... My 10 yr green card arrives.

Apr 22nd 09 ..... Sons 10 yr green card finally arrives( after a nudge at VSC from the USCIS helpline)

Going to take a little break from the immigration stuff.

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Thanks kathryn for your reply is nice to be cut a lil break only paying for a " Buy 1 get 1 free " :D

and because we will be "in the system " again and green card will be expired I am still ok to work ??

Angie

You need to get the ROC in so you receive a NOA. With that NOA, it will say your LPR status is extended for until that NOA expires, 1 year from the date your GC expired this year. Understand so far? For instance, if it expires November 1, 2008 and you file ROC, the NOA will give you another year till November 1, 2009. You can renew a driver's license with this if you need to also.

If your ROC goes past that date, you can make an infopass appointment and get a stamp to extend until you are approved.

Andre's GC expires November 1st. We are very close to your timeline, I suspect. Welcome to my club!


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Another quick question, do they accept Fedex since it is not a PO box for Vermont? I havnt seen any info regarding this on uscis website and I have looked here (not very long I admit) but have note found info.

thanks in advance for a question thats probably been asked a mill times. :blush:


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Another quick question, do they accept Fedex since it is not a PO box for Vermont? I havnt seen any info regarding this on uscis website and I have looked here (not very long I admit) but have note found info.

thanks in advance for a question thats probably been asked a mill times. :blush:

The question is really if FedEx will accept it--to which the answer is probably yes. USCIS certainly has no issues about accepting FedEx.

Though, USPS with delivery confirmation doth work out cheaper @ $5.45...


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2005/11/07 I-129F approved, forwarded to NVC--to Chennai Consulate 2005/11/14

2005/12/02 Packet-3 received from Chennai

2005/12/21 Visa Interview Date

2006/04/04 Pras' entry into US at DTW

2006/04/15 Church Wedding at Novi (Detroit suburb), MI

2006/05/01 AOS Packet (I-485/I-131/I-765) filed at Chicago

2006/08/23 AP and EAD approved. Two down, 1.5 to go

2006/10/13 Pras' I-485 interview--APPROVED!

2006/10/27 Pras' conditional GC arrives -- .5 to go (2 yrs to Conditions Removal)

2008/07/21 I-751 (conditions removal) filed

2008/08/22 I-751 biometrics completed

2009/06/18 I-751 approved

2009/07/03 10-year GC received; last 0.5 done!

2009/07/23 Pras files N-400

2009/11/16 My 46TH birthday, Pras N-400 approved

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Another quick question, do they accept Fedex since it is not a PO box for Vermont? I havnt seen any info regarding this on uscis website and I have looked here (not very long I admit) but have note found info.

thanks in advance for a question thats probably been asked a mill times. :blush:

Yes.


Life's just a crazy ride on a run away train

You can't go back for what you've missed

So make it count, hold on tight find a way to make it right

You only get one trip

So make it good, make it last 'cause it all flies by so fast

You only get one trip

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