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Anyone removed conditions whilst living in rural Alaska

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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone has ever lifted conditions whilst residing in a bush community Alaska?

I have checked with the uscis site and the nearest field site appears to be Dutch Harbor however this is a mobile unit so I am guessing this means the biometrics appointment could be somewhat slower than usual?

Anyone got any relevant experiences to share ?

Thanks.

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Biometrics are usually carried out at your local Application Support Center.

If you put your zip code in on this page https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.type&OfficeLocator.office_type=ASC you will be able to see which office would deal with your fingerprinting.

When I put my zip code in, the office I was sent to was listed, so it appears that the information is correct.

Sorry I cant give any more insight with regards to rural Alaska.


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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone has ever lifted conditions whilst residing in a bush community Alaska?

I have checked with the uscis site and the nearest field site appears to be Dutch Harbor however this is a mobile unit so I am guessing this means the biometrics appointment could be somewhat slower than usual?

Anyone got any relevant experiences to share ?

Thanks.

Yes, unless you are willing to travel a great distance. Logic would tell you your thoughts are spot on


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Yes, unless you are willing to travel a great distance. Logic would tell you your thoughts are spot on

Well ..received the appointment letter today - pretty expensive situation...appoinment in Dutch Harbor - however only 3 flights in a week to dutch harbor from my location, one happens to be on the very same day as the appointment but will get me there too late for the appointment ! so will have to fly to dutch harbor and hang out for 3 days before next flight out at $550( not to mention paying for accommodation for said days). A lot of inconvnience just for a set of fingerprints!!

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Do you have a mailing address to receive your biometircs? If yes, then there shouldn't be any problems.... but my guess is that the list of evidence will not include the traditional type as utilities, cellphones, and all other accommodating services ;)

What type of evidence did you provide, if you don't mind me asking?


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07/08/11 .. Received NOA letter

07/29/11 .. Received text/e-mail for biometrics notice

08/03/11 .. Received Biometrics letter - scheduled for 8/24/11

08/04/11 .. Walk-in finger prints done.

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Do you have a mailing address to receive your biometircs? If yes, then there shouldn't be any problems.... but my guess is that the list of evidence will not include the traditional type as utilities, cellphones, and all other accommodating services ;)

What type of evidence did you provide, if you don't mind me asking?

v333k, it looks like you replied to wrong thread... ;)

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