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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Romania
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Please advise:

My husband has his 1st green card which expires this week. We have applied for the 10 year green card/lifting of conditions a couple months ago but haven't received it yet. We are traveling internationally later this month---will he have problems re-entering the country with an expired green card? Or if we have his receipt to show that we're in process of getting another one, will that be sufficient? We also have a travel document but it's 2 years old now.

Thanks!


“Why do the righteous suffer?” someone asked C.S. Lewis. He replied: “They are the only ones that can handle it.”

K-1 Visa:

May 4, 2007: Filed I 129-F at CSC

May 24, 2007: NOA 1

Sept. 20, 2007: APPROVAL NOA 2 !!! (Day 139)

Sept. 24, 2007: Hard copy NOA 2 received in mail

Oct. 25, 2007: Papers arrived at NVC

Oct. 29, 2007: Papers left NVC: enroute to Bucharest YAY!!

Nov. 2, 2007: Packet 3 mailed from embassy

Nov. 8, 2007: Packet 3 received, medical and interview scheduled by phone

Nov. 12, 2007: Medical appointment completed

Nov. 13, 2007: Interview in Bucharest: VISA APPROVED!!

JANUARY 12, 2008: THE WEDDING

AOS:

Dec.31, 2007: Filed AOS/EAD/AP via mail

Jan. 30, 2008: Biometrics appointment

March 11, 2008: EAD/travel document approval via email

Case transferred to CSC (date unknown)

May 12, 2008: AOS approval email!!

May 22, 2008: Green card received

Doubt thou the stars are fire; doubt that the sun doth move; doubt truth to be a liar; but never doubt I love you. (W. Shakespeare)

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Japan
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Please advise:

My husband has his 1st green card which expires this week. We have applied for the 10 year green card/lifting of conditions a couple months ago but haven't received it yet. We are traveling internationally later this month---will he have problems re-entering the country with an expired green card? Or if we have his receipt to show that we're in process of getting another one, will that be sufficient? We also have a travel document but it's 2 years old now.

Thanks!

An expired GC and NOA letter will be sufficientsmile.gif

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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Please advise:

My husband has his 1st green card which expires this week. We have applied for the 10 year green card/lifting of conditions a couple months ago but haven't received it yet. We are traveling internationally later this month---will he have problems re-entering the country with an expired green card? Or if we have his receipt to show that we're in process of getting another one, will that be sufficient? We also have a travel document but it's 2 years old now.

Thanks!

If by his receipt you mean NOA, then he's fine to travel. If not, then get his passport stamped before leaving. Safe travels.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Romania
Timeline

Thanks guys!


“Why do the righteous suffer?” someone asked C.S. Lewis. He replied: “They are the only ones that can handle it.”

K-1 Visa:

May 4, 2007: Filed I 129-F at CSC

May 24, 2007: NOA 1

Sept. 20, 2007: APPROVAL NOA 2 !!! (Day 139)

Sept. 24, 2007: Hard copy NOA 2 received in mail

Oct. 25, 2007: Papers arrived at NVC

Oct. 29, 2007: Papers left NVC: enroute to Bucharest YAY!!

Nov. 2, 2007: Packet 3 mailed from embassy

Nov. 8, 2007: Packet 3 received, medical and interview scheduled by phone

Nov. 12, 2007: Medical appointment completed

Nov. 13, 2007: Interview in Bucharest: VISA APPROVED!!

JANUARY 12, 2008: THE WEDDING

AOS:

Dec.31, 2007: Filed AOS/EAD/AP via mail

Jan. 30, 2008: Biometrics appointment

March 11, 2008: EAD/travel document approval via email

Case transferred to CSC (date unknown)

May 12, 2008: AOS approval email!!

May 22, 2008: Green card received

Doubt thou the stars are fire; doubt that the sun doth move; doubt truth to be a liar; but never doubt I love you. (W. Shakespeare)

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