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Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence(Forms I-751)due to divorce Placed on Overseas Hold

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HELLO EVERYONE!

I was busy for couple of months and I just got back to normal routine :-)

Please I need some input from you guys. I filed my Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence(Forms I-751)due to divorce on 6th September 2009. Received my NOA 21st September 2009 and done my fingerprint in US Embassy in Kuwait and I mailed to Vermont Center Service on 11th November of 2009. on 2nd December 2009 received another mail from USCIS says;

"USCIS records indicate that your parent filed a Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence and that this petition was forwarded to your local office for an interview. For that reason, your petition has been forwarded to the district office so the your petition and your parent's petition may be adjudicated together. Your parent's will be informed of the interview date in a separate notice, local address is in Houston TX"

When I read this letter I was confused why my parent filed a petition to remove the conditions on my residence. My parents are both passed away and their not US citizen so, I called USCIS about this letter. The operator I talked to said to disregard and to wait the notice for interview. But then, I still didn't receive any mail since 4 months. I made another phone call again. The lady was very helpful and she says in 60 days I will receive mail from USCIS. On 06 April 2010 got another one saying that my case is currently under review and I should receive a decision or notice of other action within 60days. Finally on 06 May 2010 I received a letter from USCIS Vermont Service Center that my petition has been placed on Overseas Hold and adjudication is still pending by this office.

My questions would be why the USCIS is unable to process my petition if I'm outside the country? I am working in one of the US Government Contractor here in Kuwait. Why I need to return to the US before it held the process? Thanks for your advance input. I do much appreciated.


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HELLO EVERYONE!

I was busy for couple of months and I just got back to normal routine :-)

Please I need some input from you guys. I filed my Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence(Forms I-751)due to divorce on 6th September 2009. Received my NOA 21st September 2009 and done my fingerprint in US Embassy in Kuwait and I mailed to Vermont Center Service on 11th November of 2009. on 2nd December 2009 received another mail from USCIS says;

"USCIS records indicate that your parent filed a Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence and that this petition was forwarded to your local office for an interview. For that reason, your petition has been forwarded to the district office so the your petition and your parent's petition may be adjudicated together. Your parent's will be informed of the interview date in a separate notice, local address is in Houston TX"

When I read this letter I was confused why my parent filed a petition to remove the conditions on my residence. My parents are both passed away and their not US citizen so, I called USCIS about this letter. The operator I talked to said to disregard and to wait the notice for interview. But then, I still didn't receive any mail since 4 months. I made another phone call again. The lady was very helpful and she says in 60 days I will receive mail from USCIS. On 06 April 2010 got another one saying that my case is currently under review and I should receive a decision or notice of other action within 60days. Finally on 06 May 2010 I received a letter from USCIS Vermont Service Center that my petition has been placed on Overseas Hold and adjudication is still pending by this office.

My questions would be why the USCIS is unable to process my petition if I'm outside the country? I am working in one of the US Government Contractor here in Kuwait. Why I need to return to the US before it held the process? Thanks for your advance input. I do much appreciated.

This is an unusual situation but I expect it's on hold because you are applying to remove conditions on your US Permanent Resident Status while NOT residing in the USA. You might want to check with the office where you did your biometrics and fingerprints in Kuwait. I expect they'll be familiar with these situations.


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when you call back, ask to speak to Supervisor.

These 'helpful' first-line contact ppl are mostly clueless, rarely have 'proper access' to the casefile data on the computer, as well. I suggest, soonish, that you get the immigration liason staffer at yer US Senators Office involved, as well - many things smell bad about yer case to remove conditions.

re: overseas hold - I'm convinced no one understands that yer working for the Federal Government, and believes you to be out of country, with purposeful abandonment of the ROC case. You need to 'change that' perception, as quick as possible.

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Hey Sunshine2009 - any news ?


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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