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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I've read here that during the greencard interview the interviewer will detach my I-94 and keep it in my file for proof that I entered the US legally. My greencard was approved without an interview so my I-94 is still attached. Do I need to send the I-94 to the USCIS? A friend had this happen and when she came home from a visit to the Philippines they questioned why her I-94 is still attached.

Thank you for your assistance!

Cathy

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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I've read here that during the greencard interview the interviewer will detach my I-94 and keep it in my file for proof that I entered the US legally. My greencard was approved without an interview so my I-94 is still attached. Do I need to send the I-94 to the USCIS? A friend had this happen and when she came home from a visit to the Philippines they questioned why her I-94 is still attached.

Thank you for your assistance!

Cathy

You can detach it and keep it separate from your passport, now that you have the GC. When the time comes for removing conditions, carry it with you if you want, to give to the interviewer.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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reason: pertains to aos and the interview.


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Just detach it from passport. I went to Phil last October. Happy trip!


God is Great .. God is good... all the time..

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12/13/2010- SEnt The packet

12/22/2010- The packet was returned due to missing page.

12/23/2010- Resend the packet with complete pages.

12/29/2010- Check cashed in

01/03/2010- Receive NOA

01/10/2011- Email from USCIS for the Required Evidence( Finger printing)

01/26/2011-Biometric Schedule

02/07/2011-USCIS online status update-

02/12/2011- Received Interview Letter Scheduled March 14

02/12/2011- Received Descheduled letter

02/17/2011- USCIS online Status update

02/22/2011-New IL arrived schedule for March 29

02/22/2011-Descheduled Letter Again ( 2nd Time)

02/23/2011- I called USCIS and I was told new schedule in the computer for March 22

02/23/2011-USCIS ONline update....

03/01/2011-Interview Letter for March 22 @ 7:15 AM

03/22/2011- Interview and Oath; US Citizen

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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I detached mine from my passport after getting approved for the GC without interview, but kept it in case I need it in the future.

Saludos,

Caro


***Justin And Caro***
Happily married and enjoying our life together!

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