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Filed: Country: Nepal
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hello,

Thank you for all your help earlier. I have a question on getting the UNCONDITIONAL GREEN CARD. My green card expires on 2010 Mar 30. By when do i have to file the paper work again so i can get the permanent green card. what are the paper work needed. Appreciate your help in this matter. Is this the right forum to discuss this case? thank you.

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hello,

Thank you for all your help earlier. I have a question on getting the UNCONDITIONAL GREEN CARD. My green card expires on 2010 Mar 30. By when do i have to file the paper work again so i can get the permanent green card. what are the paper work needed. Appreciate your help in this matter. Is this the right forum to discuss this case? thank you.

sau

You can file to lift conditions (I-751) no sooner than 90-days before your GC expires so mark the ninety-day date on your calendar. :thumbs:

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90 days to your second wedding anniversary, simply put 90days before expiration of the conditional green card.

K-1 TIMELINE

I-129F Sent :2007-09-06

I-129F NOA1 : 2007-09-10

I-129F RFE(s) :2007-09-30

Visa Approved :2008-01-07

Consulate Received : 2008-01-14

Interview Date : 2008-06-02

Visa Received : 2008-06-12

US Entry : 2008-06-26

Marriage : 2008-08-02

Total days from filling 1-129F till Interview 270days

AOS TIMELINE

Sept 12, 2008- Sent AOS/EAD/AP to Chicago (finally)

Sept 15, 2008- Delivered

Sept 18, 2008- Noas AOS/EAD/AP (yaay!!)

Oct 7th 2008- Case transferred to CSC

Oct 15, 2008- Biometric APPT (smooth and quick)

Oct 16, 2008- Case pending ......

Update....

EAD Card production ordered ........ 12/03/2008

Ap approved...approval notice sent 12/03/2008

Ap arrives in mail... dated ..............12/12/2008

EAD approval mail sent ..................12/11/2008

EAD arrives in mail ........................12/15/2008

AOS Touched .................................01/12/2009

AOS card production ordered...........02/27/2009

ROC TIMELINE 2011.

Jan 1st 2011 mailed in I751

Feb 15th 2011 Biometric appointment

May 24th 2011 Petition Approved

May 25th 2011 Card production ordered

May 31st 2011 Card recieved

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Filed: Other Country: China
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90 days to your second wedding anniversary, simply put 90days before expiration of the conditional green card.

This is wrong. The correct answer has already been given. You file to remove conditions during the 90 days preceding the expiration of the card, so a year from now. Further there is no such thing as a permanent green card. It expires in 10 years and must be "renewed". While you remove certain "conditions" you must still maintain permanent resident status to renew the card. Please google "maintaining permanent resident status" for the requirements.


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90 days to your second wedding anniversary, simply put 90days before expiration of the conditional green card.

Unless you got married the day your AOS was approved (IMPOSSIBLE SCENARIO :wacko: ), it has nothing to do with the wedding anniversary date. You file for Removing of Conditions 3 months before the expiration of your conditional GC. In the OP's case, they should file around Dec 30, 2009 or the first week in January 2010.

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Filed: Country: Nepal
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90 days to your second wedding anniversary, simply put 90days before expiration of the conditional green card.

Unless you got married the day your AOS was approved (IMPOSSIBLE SCENARIO :wacko: ), it has nothing to do with the wedding anniversary date. You file for Removing of Conditions 3 months before the expiration of your conditional GC. In the OP's case, they should file around Dec 30, 2009 or the first week in January 2010.

thanks for all the input............can somebody tell me what will be the paperwork needed from our side..........and how long it takes to get the process completed. thank you

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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The form you would file is the I-751 "Application to Remove Conditions on Residency". How long it will take a year from now is difficult to say. There are two Service Centers who process I-751 applications. One is taking 4 to 6 months to process the forms; the other is taking 11 to 13 months to do the same job. What it will be like a year from now is anybody's guess.


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Filed: Country: Nepal
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The form you would file is the I-751 "Application to Remove Conditions on Residency". How long it will take a year from now is difficult to say. There are two Service Centers who process I-751 applications. One is taking 4 to 6 months to process the forms; the other is taking 11 to 13 months to do the same job. What it will be like a year from now is anybody's guess.

Can somebody tell me the documents that i need to submit to uscis...........if anybody can post the list of documents needed that will be great......thanks for all your help.......u guys are great

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