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I filed in June to remove conditions, at this time they sent me the biometrics appointment which I went to but then I heard nothing at all since. My work requires me to have a valid greencard so I had to make an info pass appointment with USCIS in order to try and get a years extension on my greencard until my 10 year is processed. What should I take? I have never had an info pass appointment before. Do I just show up with me and my card? or so I need to take evidence in with me?

Thank you for your time


26 December 2004 - Got married!

5 March - Applied for AOS and all that fun stuff

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18 October 2006 - 2 Year conditional Greencard arrived!

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June 17th - Applied to remove conditions at VSC

July 25th - Received biometrics appointment

August 15th - biometrics app complete

September 15th - Infopass appointment to get extension on card.

Feb 27th - Transfered to CSC

April 2nd - Approval letter received

April 22nd - Email stating my card was mailed today!

May 1st - Greencard arrived!

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Feb 2009 - Divorced

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October 31st 2010 - Getting married!!

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I filed in June to remove conditions, at this time they sent me the biometrics appointment which I went to but then I heard nothing at all since. My work requires me to have a valid greencard so I had to make an info pass appointment with USCIS in order to try and get a years extension on my greencard until my 10 year is processed. What should I take? I have never had an info pass appointment before. Do I just show up with me and my card? or so I need to take evidence in with me?

Thank you for your time

Did you not receive a NOA which is also a year's extension?

As for the appointment, I would take your passport, the expired PR card, a copy of application you lodged, and any notices you have received from USCIS regarding this application - including the fingerprints notice with notation it was completed.

Good Luck!

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Removal of Conditions - Nebraska Service Center

2/23/07 I-751 Notice date

3/23/07 NOA received (typo in name)

3/29/07 Biometric appointment received. Requested rescheduling

4/05/07 Second biometrics appointment received

4/18/07 Biometrics

4/19/07 Case status updated

2/23/08 Petition Congressman - no additional info.

3/03/08 Infopass in Chicago (12-mo extension)

3/19/08 Petition Senator's office

4/01/08 Case transferred - to an unspecified "USCIS office" (e-mail)

4/12/08 Letter - transferred to CSC on 3/27/2008. (typo in name)

4/22/08 Current Status: Card production ordered

4/25/08 Current Status: Approval notice sent; letter from Senator's office - expect 30-60 day wait for USCIS response!

4/26/08 Card arrives (with typo in name)

4/28/08 Card sent back via registered post (mistake to use Reg Post!)

5/05/08 Package delivered at Laguna Niguel, CA

10/02/08 Corrected 10-yr card issued

I-485

03/10/05 AOS interview in Chicago. Conditional PR (2-yr).

03/17/05 CPR card arrives in the mail

AOS thru Chicago DO (from non-immigrant visa category)

7/08/04 Mailed I-130, I-485 & I-765

7/20/04 Fingerprints/biometrics completed.

8/17/04 EAD approved

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I never received a NOA, literally the only thing I got was the biometrics appointment. See, I moved house about a week before I filed, and although I filed to let them know I was moving, most of the paperwork still went to the old house. A big pain in the butt!!


26 December 2004 - Got married!

5 March - Applied for AOS and all that fun stuff

...

...

...

18 October 2006 - 2 Year conditional Greencard arrived!

...

...

...

June 17th - Applied to remove conditions at VSC

July 25th - Received biometrics appointment

August 15th - biometrics app complete

September 15th - Infopass appointment to get extension on card.

Feb 27th - Transfered to CSC

April 2nd - Approval letter received

April 22nd - Email stating my card was mailed today!

May 1st - Greencard arrived!

...

Feb 2009 - Divorced

...

October 31st 2010 - Getting married!!

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I hope you were able to get a stamp or find some other solution, at your appointment today.


Removal of Conditions - Nebraska Service Center

2/23/07 I-751 Notice date

3/23/07 NOA received (typo in name)

3/29/07 Biometric appointment received. Requested rescheduling

4/05/07 Second biometrics appointment received

4/18/07 Biometrics

4/19/07 Case status updated

2/23/08 Petition Congressman - no additional info.

3/03/08 Infopass in Chicago (12-mo extension)

3/19/08 Petition Senator's office

4/01/08 Case transferred - to an unspecified "USCIS office" (e-mail)

4/12/08 Letter - transferred to CSC on 3/27/2008. (typo in name)

4/22/08 Current Status: Card production ordered

4/25/08 Current Status: Approval notice sent; letter from Senator's office - expect 30-60 day wait for USCIS response!

4/26/08 Card arrives (with typo in name)

4/28/08 Card sent back via registered post (mistake to use Reg Post!)

5/05/08 Package delivered at Laguna Niguel, CA

10/02/08 Corrected 10-yr card issued

I-485

03/10/05 AOS interview in Chicago. Conditional PR (2-yr).

03/17/05 CPR card arrives in the mail

AOS thru Chicago DO (from non-immigrant visa category)

7/08/04 Mailed I-130, I-485 & I-765

7/20/04 Fingerprints/biometrics completed.

8/17/04 EAD approved

runcatqe4.jpg

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Yes, make the infopass appointment and get the I-551 stamp in your passport. Bring your greencard and your unexpired passport. You can also bring the biometrics letter if you wish but it shouldn't matter. They will use the A# from your green card to access your file. You could bring proof that you need to travel regularly as well. You can explain to them that you have never received an NOA receipt/extension letter and need proof of your status to be able to travel. I doubt you will have a problem. Since your file is at VSC you definitely will need proof of the year's extension. I found the Atlanta office very easy to deal with when I got my stamp. Good luck.

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