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yes i am little confused coz we already called the immigration today abt my travel to philippines next month,if i can travel with my Permanent Resident Card,that expires Feb 2010...they said YES...but then my brother told me that i might have problem on coming back here coz i dont have a greencard yet...i told already b4 that my PRC is considered as green card already but conditional..

now i am little confused abt this na...so guys, CAN I TRAVEL AND NOT ENCOUNTERED ANY PROBLEM IN THE IMMIGRATION WHEN I COME BACK?

oh please let me know...

thanks


Nov. 23, 2009 mailed the I-751- Lifting of Conditions

Nov. 30,2009 USCIS sent it back to me coz i sent it 1 day earlier

Dec. 05, 2009 mail it again

Dec. 15, 2009 NOA1 recieved - GC 1 year extension

Dec. 24, 2009 recieved Biometrics Appointment

Jan. 08, 2010 Biometrics

Jan. 27, 2010 Approved...my card will be here within 60days

Feb. 01, 2010 Recieved 10 yrs. GC in the mail

March 17, 2008 papers for son sent to chicago

March 19, 2008 chicago recieved the papers

March 27,2008 NOA1

June 03,2008 NOA2 Petition Approved

July 19, 2008 AOS fee bill send to me...with MNL case number.

Aug. 14 2008 notice for visa payment

Aug. 16, 2008 I-864 download instructions

Sept 4, 2008 DS-230 instruction recieved

Sept. 29, 2008 NVC asking for missing documents for my son

Oct.18,2008 mail the letter of consent from the father

Oct 20, 2008 NVC recieved the letter of consent

Nov. 4,2008 recieved letter from NVC with the date of interview

Dec.09,2008 Medical at St. Lukes

Dec 22,2008 Interview for my son at Manila embassy

Jan.7,2009 Submit the proof of relationship

Feb. 02, 2009 going home to Phils

Feb.20,2009 Fly to USA...Mnl-Detroit

Sept.1 2009 Embassy sent a re medical form (almost 9 months waiting)

Nov. 9, 2009 Son re medical at St. Lukes...passed!

Dec. 08, 2009 VISA issued...thanks God!

April 25, 2010 son flying to USA---nxt journey,CITIZENSHIP!

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yes i am little confused coz we already called the immigration today abt my travel to philippines next month,if i can travel with my Permanent Resident Card,that expires Feb 2010...they said YES...but then my brother told me that i might have problem on coming back here coz i dont have a greencard yet...i told already b4 that my PRC is considered as green card already but conditional..

now i am little confused abt this na...so guys, CAN I TRAVEL AND NOT ENCOUNTERED ANY PROBLEM IN THE IMMIGRATION WHEN I COME BACK?

oh please let me know...

thanks

Your Permanent Resident card is already your green card. Who would you believe more? US Immigration or your brother? As long as you don't overstay, it should be no problem. Are you a nurse BTW?

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I will be travelling next week January 20, going back to the Phils. (CEBU) i will stay there for 19 days . Im using only my Permanent resident card, my card will expire 8/7/10 (green card) and my passport is not yet amended so i use my maiden name on my plane ticket. I hope i do not encounter problems going back here.


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im holding a permanent GC that holds only for 2 yrs... ive been to phil twice already w/ no problem of getting back at all... i got my gc july 2007 and went to phil nov. 2007, went back again last oct. 2008... dont worry you'll be fine... i'll be filing to lift my condition this coming april. sana may budget heheh

God bless!!!


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4/16/2010- signed and delivered

4/29/2010- check cleared

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I was holding a conditional greencard before i became a citizen..

I always travel back and forth from US to Middle East and did not encounter any problem.. Just make sure that your travel will not last for more than a year.

My greencard expired on November 2008, but I did get an exemption and became a US citizen in 1 and half years.


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I was holding a conditional greencard before i became a citizen..

I always travel back and forth from US to Middle East and did not encounter any problem.. Just make sure that your travel will not last for more than a year.

My greencard expired on November 2008, but I did get an exemption and became a US citizen in 1 and half years.

What's ur excemption? Just curios coz I've heard about those getting an early citizenship. Thanks!


Citizenship N-400

4/15/2010- sent my N-400 via fedex overnight

4/16/2010- signed and delivered

4/29/2010- check cleared

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Nepal
Timeline
I was holding a conditional greencard before i became a citizen..

I always travel back and forth from US to Middle East and did not encounter any problem.. Just make sure that your travel will not last for more than a year.

My greencard expired on November 2008, but I did get an exemption and became a US citizen in 1 and half years.

What's ur excemption? Just curios coz I've heard about those getting an early citizenship. Thanks!

Hi May,

I applied through Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act (INA). We both work as civilian contractor overseas. I have posted different information regarding this article in VJ.


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sabi kc ng brother ko,yon daw sabi ng pedia ng daughter nya na Green Card holder...nagmagaling yata yong doctor na Un.

i am ready to go na...kahit ala pa yong visa ng anak ko,cguro naman ma approved na yon b4 Feb 20...sana sana sana...

thanks for the replies guys...

I was holding a conditional greencard before i became a citizen..

I always travel back and forth from US to Middle East and did not encounter any problem.. Just make sure that your travel will not last for more than a year.

My greencard expired on November 2008, but I did get an exemption and became a US citizen in 1 and half years.

What's ur excemption? Just curios coz I've heard about those getting an early citizenship. Thanks!

Hi May,

I applied through Article 319b of Immigration Nationality Act (INA). We both work as civilian contractor overseas. I have posted different information regarding this article in VJ.


Nov. 23, 2009 mailed the I-751- Lifting of Conditions

Nov. 30,2009 USCIS sent it back to me coz i sent it 1 day earlier

Dec. 05, 2009 mail it again

Dec. 15, 2009 NOA1 recieved - GC 1 year extension

Dec. 24, 2009 recieved Biometrics Appointment

Jan. 08, 2010 Biometrics

Jan. 27, 2010 Approved...my card will be here within 60days

Feb. 01, 2010 Recieved 10 yrs. GC in the mail

March 17, 2008 papers for son sent to chicago

March 19, 2008 chicago recieved the papers

March 27,2008 NOA1

June 03,2008 NOA2 Petition Approved

July 19, 2008 AOS fee bill send to me...with MNL case number.

Aug. 14 2008 notice for visa payment

Aug. 16, 2008 I-864 download instructions

Sept 4, 2008 DS-230 instruction recieved

Sept. 29, 2008 NVC asking for missing documents for my son

Oct.18,2008 mail the letter of consent from the father

Oct 20, 2008 NVC recieved the letter of consent

Nov. 4,2008 recieved letter from NVC with the date of interview

Dec.09,2008 Medical at St. Lukes

Dec 22,2008 Interview for my son at Manila embassy

Jan.7,2009 Submit the proof of relationship

Feb. 02, 2009 going home to Phils

Feb.20,2009 Fly to USA...Mnl-Detroit

Sept.1 2009 Embassy sent a re medical form (almost 9 months waiting)

Nov. 9, 2009 Son re medical at St. Lukes...passed!

Dec. 08, 2009 VISA issued...thanks God!

April 25, 2010 son flying to USA---nxt journey,CITIZENSHIP!

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