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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

the start of 90 days before your GC expires is Aug 13 (Friday). If I were you, I will send it week of Aug 16-20. Just to make sure that it's within the 90 day.. no sense of taking the risk of getting it mailed out a day early and rejected for sending it a little soon. cushion will be nice.

My Greencard is gonna expire Nov 10th. I was wondering if I can send my ROC-package on Aug 12th. Or would that be too early?


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AOS

Jul 23, 2008 ---> Mailed AOS, EAD and AP package

July 27, 2008 ---> check cleared

Jul 29, 2008 ---> NOA Date

Aug 2, 2008 ---> received confirmation mail for AOS, EAD and AP

Aug 9, 2008 ---> received biometrics appointment letter

Aug 21, 2008 ---> BIOMETRICS schedule at 3 pm

Aug 12, 2008 ---> took Biometrics in advance as a walk in

Aug 12, 2008 ---> touched

Aug 18, 2008 ---> I-485 notice of transfer to CSC

Sept 23, 2008 ---> touched

Nov 18, 2008 ---> GC RECEIVED!!!

EAD

Sept 30, 2008 ---> Card production ordered <expect to receive within 30 days>

Oct 11, 2008 ---> EAD received

AP

Sept 30, 2008 ---> AP approved <NOA mailed>

Oct 10, 2008 ---> AP received

ROC

Oct 11, 2010 ---> Mailed ROC packet

Oct 12, 2010 ---> Signed for and received by destination

Oct 14, 2010 ---> Money order cashed

Oct 18, 2010 ---> NOA1 received in mail

Nov 15, 2010 ---> Biometrics and fingerprinting appointment

Jan 28, 2011 ---> ROC approved

Jan 31, 2011 ---> Card mailed out

Feb 2, 2011 ---> Card received in the mail.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ethiopia
Timeline

If you file even a couple of days earlier they will send it right back to you. I would give it a little bit more time to be on the safe side. Good luck :thumbs:


USCIS Journey

03/15/08 Sent I-130

03/17/08 I-130 received (USPS) (Priority Date)

06/28/08 Received NOA2 hardcopy: NO RFE FROM USCIS:101 days

NVC Journey

07/01/08 NVC case# assigned

08/14/08 CASE COMPLETE: NO RFE FROM NVC:44 days

09/15/08 Interview date assigned

Embassy Journey

10/01/08 Case at embassy

10/08/08 Document verification and got interviewed (Approved)

10/09/08 Pick up visa (original interview date)

10/18/08 P.O.E ~ Seattle

Removing Conditions

07/23/2010 Mail off I-751(USCIS received on 07/26 via usps)

07/26/2010 NOA1 date (notice received 8/2/2010)

07/28/2010 Check cashed

08/20/2010 Biometrics appt.(notice received 8/7/2010)

08/20,21,23 touched

10/22/2010 Approved NO RFE(2 months and 3 weeks from filing date)

Citizenship

10/7/11 N-400 Submitted

10/13/11 NOA date

10/20/11 appt letter sent for biometrics

11/9/11 Biometrics appt

11/11/11 Email of interview scheduling received

11/14/11 Interview scheduled and mail sent

11/21/11 Interview letter received

12/19/11 Interview date

12/19/11 passed interview and oath Finally a citizen(2 months 1 week and 5 days from sending N-400)

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Thank you for the replies! :yes:

I was just wondering because I'm gonna go home for a couple of weeks and wanted to get rid of it.

I guess I gotta wait until I come back. :lol:


ROC - approved 08/2011

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If you are leaving right away, you could have a friend mail it for you, or a relative. Of course, if you mail it on August 12th, but just send it via the USPS, it will take 2 or 3 business days at least to get there, which would likely put you in the 90 day window also. :) As a fellow Illinois resident, an example of my application which I sent certified mail, was mailed on July 26, but was not received in California until August 2.

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If you are leaving right away, you could have a friend mail it for you, or a relative. Of course, if you mail it on August 12th, but just send it via the USPS, it will take 2 or 3 business days at least to get there, which would likely put you in the 90 day window also. :) As a fellow Illinois resident, an example of my application which I sent certified mail, was mailed on July 26, but was not received in California until August 2.

I sent my package on Friday August 27th. :)

I waited until I got back to send it via USPS. They said they should get it around Monday. Ahhh ..I hate waiting :wacko:

@Supermanback: How long did it take until they cashed you check and you received your NOA?

Edited by Gina-S

ROC - approved 08/2011

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@Supermanback: How long did it take until they cashed you check and you received your NOA?

It said they received it on August 2nd, I received the NOA in my mail August 9th. So a week. And then another week and a bit til I got the biometric appointment. :)

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