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I have hard copy of I-751. What else do I need to fill up?

That's the only form.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;page=751guide :guides:


I did read. I wasn't comfirm(can't believed my eyes earlier that I only need I-751) until I read your post. Thanks.

Life is not a granting factory, according to my colleague.

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Note that it is NOT simply a case of submitting the I-751 form on its own.

Download this document which gives you instructions not only on how to complete the form but also lists the additional documentation that MUST accompany it.


Good luck

PS: I realize a link above takes you to the VJ guide but, with all due respect to VJ, I would always download the USCIS guide in the event something has changed.

Edited by wexford65

AOS Application

AOS posted 5/30/2007

AOS arrived in Chicago 6/1/2007

NOA1 rcvd 6/11/2007, dated 6/6/2007

AOS/EAD/AP touched 6/10/2007

AOS/EAD/AP touched 6/11/2007

Rcvd AOS/EAD Biometrics appt. letter 6/19/2007

I130/EAD/AP touched 6/24/2007

AOS/EAD Biometrics appt. 7/6/2007

AOS/EAD touched 7/6/2007

AOS/EAD touched 7/9/2007

AP touched 8/14/2007

AP touched 8/15/2007

AP touched 8/16/2007

EAD approved 8/20 EAD Approved

Rcvd AP in post 8/22/2007 AP Approved

AOS Interview 9/26/2007

AOS Approved 9/26/2007

I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions of Residence

I-751 mailed 07/06/09

I-751 arrived VSC 07/07/09

NOA1 dated 07/07/09

Biometrics 08/13/0

I-751 Approval 12/10/09 I-751 Approved

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Note that it is NOT simply a case of submitting the I-751 form on its own.

Speaking strictly of forms - what others are you finding in the instruction pages of the I-751?

I would like to believe the OP is not under the impression that he/she is only going to need to submit the completed I-751 form and nothing else (i.e., supporting evidence) nor was that suggested.

FYI - Most of the forms on VJ's Download section are directly linked to the USCIS site - its not a bad idea to download them directly from USCIS though and I doubt anyone on VJ would be offended by this suggestion.

:time: <---this not only helps you, it helps others as well.. :thumbs:

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