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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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Hey,

I was wondering whether I could get the I 551 Adit Stamp in my Passport during the Biometrics appointment.

The WA DMV wont let me get a DL unless I have that........And since I want to get a job as soon as I have my EAD (hopefully next months since our Biometrics appointment is next Friday ),I really need to get a DL....Never had one so I gotta get a Learners Permit and then to the test and so on,so really not that much time...

Thanks for any advie

Nat

Met on May 17,2005

Got engaged on Sep 15th,2006

Came to the US for good on Jan 27th,2009

and we got married on March 28th,2009

GOD , grant me the serenity

to accept the things I can not change

the courage to change the things I can

and the wisdom to know the difference!

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Hey,

I was wondering whether I could get the I 551 Adit Stamp in my Passport during the Biometrics appointment.

The WA DMV wont let me get a DL unless I have that........And since I want to get a job as soon as I have my EAD (hopefully next months since our Biometrics appointment is next Friday ),I really need to get a DL....Never had one so I gotta get a Learners Permit and then to the test and so on,so really not that much time...

Thanks for any advie

Nat

Why would they give you a GC if you are not approved yet?

K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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Stamp is only for those who have had their GC's approved. You'll have to wait until your interview.

AOS Short Version:

06/26/09 - Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox!

07/07/09 - NOA's Arrive for AP, AOS & EAD [dated 07/01/09]

07/17/09 - Biometrics Completed [ Completed in 17 Days ]

08/12/09 - EAD APPROVED! Card Ordered! [Approved in 47 Days]

08/20/09 - Interview notice arrived dated 08/18/09 - Sept 24th/09

08/21/09 - Got EAD Card in the mail!! :D

09/24/09 - Interview Date: 9:00am - APPROVED

10/03/09 -Received GC!!!!!

Total Days from NOA1 to Approval : 86 Days

ROC:

04/01/11 - Preparing for ROC currently

06/27/11 - ROC Mailed!

07/02/11 - NOA1 Arrived [dated 06/30/11]

07/13/11 - Biometrics letter arrived [08/01/11]

10/31/11 - Final Approval!

11/04/11 - Received new card today.

Total Days from NOA1 to Approval: 125 Days

Next Step will be citizenship in June 2012!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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Ok thought so...........freaking DMV.......

Nat

Met on May 17,2005

Got engaged on Sep 15th,2006

Came to the US for good on Jan 27th,2009

and we got married on March 28th,2009

GOD , grant me the serenity

to accept the things I can not change

the courage to change the things I can

and the wisdom to know the difference!

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Hey,

I was wondering whether I could get the I 551 Adit Stamp in my Passport during the Biometrics appointment.

The WA DMV wont let me get a DL unless I have that........And since I want to get a job as soon as I have my EAD (hopefully next months since our Biometrics appointment is next Friday ),I really need to get a DL....Never had one so I gotta get a Learners Permit and then to the test and so on,so really not that much time...

Thanks for any advie

Nat

Don't be in such a rush, and don't make plans as your GC might come against many brick walls. Let the process run it's course and be patient. And as many members explained, the ADIT stamp is the last step in the process...

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Oh, and I found this info that might change a lot of things:

U.S. to Stop Issuing Temporary Permanent Resident Stamp

Posted on July 17, 2009 by Immigration/Global Migration Group

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services recently changed its procedures regarding the issuance of ADIT stamps. Local USCIS offices will no longer automatically provide an ADIT stamp to an approved permanent resident applicant waiting for his or her green card.

An ADIT stamp is temporary proof of residence in the United States that is generally placed on a passport or an I-94, an Arrival-Departure Record. Previously, USCIS would automatically provide an ADIT stamp to approved applicants because of an almost eight-week delay between approval and receipt of a green card.

ADIT stamps will continue to be provided on a case-by-case basis if applicants can show they need a stamp to be issued.

Edited by INS-specialist
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