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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Hong Kong
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Hi all,

When removing conditions, is it base on the day of marriage? or the expiration date of my wife condition green card?

Also, my wife had a death in her family last week. Do I need to apply for re-entry permit if she wants to fly back to Hong Kong? She'll be gone for up to 1-2 weeks.

Thanks all~


December Filer

K-1

12/12/07 - Sent I-129F packet out (express mail baby)

12/13/07 - VSC received packet I-129F (Now I'm waiting for my check to cash)

12/14/07 - VSC Check cashed

12/14/07 - NOA1

12/18/07 - Touched

02/17/08 - Touched OMG I got touched

04/02/08 - WOOT NOA2 ^^

04/03/08 - Touched

Can't recall everything that went on but...

About 07/11/08 - My wife first step on USA

...

We're at the process where we will have an interview for my wife 10 year visa. My wife already have her 2 years condition green card and her Social Security #.

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Hi, she needs to file the Removing of Condition (ROC) within 90 days before the expiration date of her Conditional Green Card. And nope, she doesn't need to apply for re-entry permit, all she needs just the GC and her passport (and the plane ticket for sure smile.gif ) When her Conditional GC will be expired?

Very sorry about the death in her family. Wish your wife a safe flight!


Oct 2005 - met my baby

Dec 2006 - he proposed

Feb 2007 - K-1 filed

Dec 2007 - K-1 Visa Interview (denied), the reason: i was overstayed my previous visit in 2000-2003 (my bad)

Feb 2008 - I-601 Waiver filed

Sept 2008 - Waiver approved (K-1 Visa issued)

Jan 2009 - the Wedding Blessing & Reception (Bali, Indonesia)

Feb 2009 - Arrived in the US followed by the Civil Wedding & Reception (again:)

March 2009 - AOS filed

April 2009 - Biometric

May 2009 - EAD card in hand

Aug 27th 2009 - AOS Interview (approved, yaay)

Sept 2009- Green Card arrived in the mail...yippeeeew...(i want to sing of Your Love forever)

June 2011 - ROC filed

July 2011 - Biometric

Dec 2011 - ROC approved (Best Christmas ever, i must've been a really good girl this year :)

The wait would be unbearable but it'll be worth it. It strengthens the love, it attaches you even more to each other, it shows how your man would do whatever it takes to be with you, that he will never give up on you because he LOVES you!! All the waits, stresses, tears, heartaches, all the miserable feelings you feel along the way will be paid off once you get what you've been hoping for...oh and WITHOUT PRAYERS? will be like trying to start a fire with water, JUST WON'T WORK!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Hong Kong
Timeline

That's good to hear. I was worry about waiting for the re-entry permit to arrive and what not.

So my wife just needs to bring her GC (2 year condition) and her passport? Does she needs to bring any other documents?

I need to check when her GC expires, but I know it's not anywhere 3 months from now.

Thanks :D


December Filer

K-1

12/12/07 - Sent I-129F packet out (express mail baby)

12/13/07 - VSC received packet I-129F (Now I'm waiting for my check to cash)

12/14/07 - VSC Check cashed

12/14/07 - NOA1

12/18/07 - Touched

02/17/08 - Touched OMG I got touched

04/02/08 - WOOT NOA2 ^^

04/03/08 - Touched

Can't recall everything that went on but...

About 07/11/08 - My wife first step on USA

...

We're at the process where we will have an interview for my wife 10 year visa. My wife already have her 2 years condition green card and her Social Security #.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
Timeline

That's good to hear. I was worry about waiting for the re-entry permit to arrive and what not.

So my wife just needs to bring her GC (2 year condition) and her passport? Does she needs to bring any other documents?

I need to check when her GC expires, but I know it's not anywhere 3 months from now.

Thanks :D

The passport and green card are the only documents she'd need for her travels. No re-entry permit needed for such a short trip. Condolences to you and your wife.

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That's good to hear. I was worry about waiting for the re-entry permit to arrive and what not.

So my wife just needs to bring her GC (2 year condition) and her passport? Does she needs to bring any other documents?

I need to check when her GC expires, but I know it's not anywhere 3 months from now.

Thanks biggrin.gif

Yup, just her Green Card and her Passport, no other documents needed. Oh and if her Conditional GC will be expired about 3 months from now, please be sure she file the ROC right after she came back from Hongkong (thats what i would do yes.gif )


Oct 2005 - met my baby

Dec 2006 - he proposed

Feb 2007 - K-1 filed

Dec 2007 - K-1 Visa Interview (denied), the reason: i was overstayed my previous visit in 2000-2003 (my bad)

Feb 2008 - I-601 Waiver filed

Sept 2008 - Waiver approved (K-1 Visa issued)

Jan 2009 - the Wedding Blessing & Reception (Bali, Indonesia)

Feb 2009 - Arrived in the US followed by the Civil Wedding & Reception (again:)

March 2009 - AOS filed

April 2009 - Biometric

May 2009 - EAD card in hand

Aug 27th 2009 - AOS Interview (approved, yaay)

Sept 2009- Green Card arrived in the mail...yippeeeew...(i want to sing of Your Love forever)

June 2011 - ROC filed

July 2011 - Biometric

Dec 2011 - ROC approved (Best Christmas ever, i must've been a really good girl this year :)

The wait would be unbearable but it'll be worth it. It strengthens the love, it attaches you even more to each other, it shows how your man would do whatever it takes to be with you, that he will never give up on you because he LOVES you!! All the waits, stresses, tears, heartaches, all the miserable feelings you feel along the way will be paid off once you get what you've been hoping for...oh and WITHOUT PRAYERS? will be like trying to start a fire with water, JUST WON'T WORK!

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