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Just wondering if anyone from the Maritimes crossing into the US in New Brunswick managed to get an EAD stamp? I read of one lady on another site, crossing over to Calais and got one. The few others I read that did manage to get one were crossing further up the line. I'm a long way off from that...but just trying to get some questions answered. THANKS! :blush:


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A lot of places don't stamp any more.


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hey I crossed over at Calais and no stamp for me (came across in Feb 2007). It was a relatively painless process - let me see if I can find my review... how do i do that again? :unsure:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=53591

Ah yes here she is :)

Edited by Emancipation

AOS:

2007-02-22: Sent AOS /EAD

2007-03-06 : NOA1 AOS /EAD

2007-03-28: Transferred to CSC

2007-05-17: EAD Card Production Ordered

2007-05-21: I485 Approved

2007-05-24: EAD Card Received

2007-06-01: Green Card Received!!

Removal of Conditions:

2009-02-27: Sent I-751

2009-03-07: NOA I-751

2009-03-31: Biometrics Appt. Hartford

2009-07-21: Touched (first time since biometrics) Perhaps address change?

2009-07-28: Approved at VSC

2009-08-25: Received card in the mail

Naturalization

2012-08-20: Submitted N-400

2013-01-18: Became Citizen

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I was also going to mention that hubby & I mostly cross at Houlton now. It's faster and less car traffic than Calais. We went through Calais mostly because they know hubby at Houlton now from his many trips to see me, and he wanted a fresh set of eyes to look at our paperwork in Calais (that coupled with Houlton being mostly a truck crossing and hubby was worried they wouldn't really know what to do with a K-1). But I have never had troubles with the Houlton crossing - even was in secondary (on both sides before), always treated right and the guards were always helpful.

So i can't speak to activation of K-1 at Houlton (or speak of the EAD stamp there), but it's also a good crossing.


AOS:

2007-02-22: Sent AOS /EAD

2007-03-06 : NOA1 AOS /EAD

2007-03-28: Transferred to CSC

2007-05-17: EAD Card Production Ordered

2007-05-21: I485 Approved

2007-05-24: EAD Card Received

2007-06-01: Green Card Received!!

Removal of Conditions:

2009-02-27: Sent I-751

2009-03-07: NOA I-751

2009-03-31: Biometrics Appt. Hartford

2009-07-21: Touched (first time since biometrics) Perhaps address change?

2009-07-28: Approved at VSC

2009-08-25: Received card in the mail

Naturalization

2012-08-20: Submitted N-400

2013-01-18: Became Citizen

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I was also going to mention that hubby & I mostly cross at Houlton now. It's faster and less car traffic than Calais. We went through Calais mostly because they know hubby at Houlton now from his many trips to see me, and he wanted a fresh set of eyes to look at our paperwork in Calais (that coupled with Houlton being mostly a truck crossing and hubby was worried they wouldn't really know what to do with a K-1). But I have never had troubles with the Houlton crossing - even was in secondary (on both sides before), always treated right and the guards were always helpful.

So i can't speak to activation of K-1 at Houlton (or speak of the EAD stamp there), but it's also a good crossing.

THANKS! :dance:


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