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Question regarding Fingerprints letter.....

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Filed: Timeline

I mailed my I-751 waiver based on good faith marriage five weeks ago. Two weeks after I mailed it, I got a letter from the USCIS stating that my green card has been extended for a year and can travel as well. It also stated that I will receive an appointment date from them to take my fingerprints. I still haven't received received the appointment letter. Does usually take that long to get the appointment letter? How long? Could they have sent it to my old address?

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* Got married in August 2008

* initial interview in March 2009

* Green card received in May 2009

* Divorce January 2010

* I-751 filed April 27 of 2010

* Biometrics was supposed to be July 1st but I did a walk-in June 16 2010

* I don't know what's next

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Timeline

Here is the excerpt data from April and May I-751 filers list on ROC forum. (as of 6/2)

I assume you are CSC filer...

California Service Center

VJName.............Date of I-751.....NOA1 Date......Biometrics......Approved....

JJWASHINGTON.......04/26/10..........04/29/10.......05/28/10........--/--/10....

MANDYSBABY.........04/27/10..........04/29/10.......--/--/10........--/--/10....

CANADIA............04/27/10..........04/29/10.......--/--/10........--/--/10....

AOS FROM A.........04/27/10..........--/--/10.......06/02/10........--/--/10....

MILES08............05/01/10..........05/03/10.......06/11/10........--/--/10....

YOUTOO.............05/06/10..........05/10/10.......--/--/10........--/--/10....

MARY&RYAN..........05/09/10..........05/12/10.......--/--/10........--/--/10....

Looks like some people haven't got bio letter yet. So, don't worrysmile.gif

And if your local office is busy, you might get it little bit later than others...

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Filed: Timeline

Thank you

I just received a letter from USCIS for biometrics appointment on July 1st.


* Got married in August 2008

* initial interview in March 2009

* Green card received in May 2009

* Divorce January 2010

* I-751 filed April 27 of 2010

* Biometrics was supposed to be July 1st but I did a walk-in June 16 2010

* I don't know what's next

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