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getting ready to file removal of conditional greencard.

me and my wife moved to a new appartment 5 months ago.

my wife already filed AR 11 within ten days after we moved.

me as a US citizen, do i need to change my address as well?

i was reading one of the post here, im confused with I-865. (sponsor's change of address)

i guess i am still my wife's sponsor, as part of her affidavit of support. (which we filled up during her AOS.)

my wife never work at all.

pls help us.

thanks

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hi there

when we moved i sent in my change of address then month later getting told the sponsor had to also...what i did was i made a copy of my change of address and forward it with my husbands change of address...

then when i was removing conditions i sent these copies also within my application...i know i probably went a bit overboard but i really wanted them to know we both completed the forms..

also we received a I-797 notice that they received his but i never got one for mine...

good luck with the removal part of this journey and you dont have to wait too long..

take care

kath


REMOVING CONDITIONS

11th Aug 2008 - Mailed I-751 to CSC.

12th Aug 2008 - Application received

14th Aug 2008 - Cheque cashed

18th Aug 2008 - Received NOA-dated the 12th

26th Aug 2008 - Received Biometrics letter

4th Sept 2008 - Biometrics-Detroit-Complete-'Touched'

5th Sept 2008 - 'Touched'

1st Dec 2008 - APPROVED-Card production ordered -112 days

8th Dec 2008 - USCIS mailed approval notice.

8th Dec 2008 - Received my 10 year Greencard in the mail. took 2 days.

Although I have the above date for approval my card actualy states the

2nd December..

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru
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I did not submit that form. What's going to happen now? Should I just submit it anyway, even though I've already sent in the I-751 application?

My husband changed the address info online with USCIS already.


ONE DAY AT A TIME....

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

12/30/2008: Overnighted I-751 package to VSC

01/06/2009: Check cashed

01/06/2009: NOA (arrived 01/09/09)

01/23/2009: Biometrics appt letter received

01/31/2009: Biometrics scheduled

05/20/2009: APPROVED

06/23/2009: 10 Year Green Card arrived

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I did not submit that form. What's going to happen now? Should I just submit it anyway, even though I've already sent in the I-751 application?

My husband changed the address info online with USCIS already.

Just make sure they have your new address on file.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru
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I did not submit that form. What's going to happen now? Should I just submit it anyway, even though I've already sent in the I-751 application?

My husband changed the address info online with USCIS already.

Just make sure they have your new address on file.

And I do that by calling their 800 number?

When we filed the A-11 online, we received confirmation that the address had been updated. I just assumed that it applied to both of us since we live together.


ONE DAY AT A TIME....

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

12/30/2008: Overnighted I-751 package to VSC

01/06/2009: Check cashed

01/06/2009: NOA (arrived 01/09/09)

01/23/2009: Biometrics appt letter received

01/31/2009: Biometrics scheduled

05/20/2009: APPROVED

06/23/2009: 10 Year Green Card arrived

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I did not submit that form. What's going to happen now? Should I just submit it anyway, even though I've already sent in the I-751 application?

My husband changed the address info online with USCIS already.

Just make sure they have your new address on file.

And I do that by calling their 800 number?

When we filed the A-11 online, we received confirmation that the address had been updated. I just assumed that it applied to both of us since we live together.

So you DID file the AR-11, but your hubby did not submit the I-865? I would think call them.l

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I did not submit that form. What's going to happen now? Should I just submit it anyway, even though I've already sent in the I-751 application?

My husband changed the address info online with USCIS already.

Just make sure they have your new address on file.

And I do that by calling their 800 number?

When we filed the A-11 online, we received confirmation that the address had been updated. I just assumed that it applied to both of us since we live together.

So you DID file the AR-11, but your hubby did not submit the I-865? I would think call them.l

My husband is the "alien" and he filed the AR-11 online. I am the US citizen and I did not file an I-865. I never heard of it until today.


ONE DAY AT A TIME....

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

12/30/2008: Overnighted I-751 package to VSC

01/06/2009: Check cashed

01/06/2009: NOA (arrived 01/09/09)

01/23/2009: Biometrics appt letter received

01/31/2009: Biometrics scheduled

05/20/2009: APPROVED

06/23/2009: 10 Year Green Card arrived

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OK, got it. I would still give them a buzz -- I gave someone wrong info this morning and feel like ####### :blush:

Don't beat yourself up. This stuff is anything but simple. I feel stupid for not knowing about the I-865. I'm usually totally on top of these things.


ONE DAY AT A TIME....

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

12/30/2008: Overnighted I-751 package to VSC

01/06/2009: Check cashed

01/06/2009: NOA (arrived 01/09/09)

01/23/2009: Biometrics appt letter received

01/31/2009: Biometrics scheduled

05/20/2009: APPROVED

06/23/2009: 10 Year Green Card arrived

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OK, got it. I would still give them a buzz -- I gave someone wrong info this morning and feel like ####### :blush:

Don't beat yourself up. This stuff is anything but simple. I feel stupid for not knowing about the I-865. I'm usually totally on top of these things.

I didn't know either :unsure: -- but I think someone in the Canada forum told me when we moved from Mercer Island to Seattle so I filed it. Well, Bren did.

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You will be still the spon

sor when you filed for her. Do and change your address... its not that hard.

Edited by Carlos and Jocel

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