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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Spain
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Hello!

I have a question and i would like to know if any of you guys have been in the same situation.

Im gettin ready to file *ROC* this week... the thing is that because of my husbands job I have to move in two months. Hopefully I will have had my BIO appointment already. I am sending my stuff to CSC (I live in the west coast) and I am moving to the east coast (I belive the one Vermont one is the one that deals with ppl filling in the east coast..) Do you guys think there will be any problem if i do this? Im afraid that they will loose my paperwork.. or my case will take forever to be approved.

Let me know what you guys think.

Thanks


**AOS**

12-13-2008 Wedding

01-26-2009 package sent (I-130, AOS, EAD)

02-04-2009 NOAs issued (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-09-2009 NOAs received (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-27-2009 Biometrics appointment

05-06-2009 AOS Interview APPROVED!!!! YAY!

05-11-2009 Welcome to the USA letter received

**ROC**

02-05-2011 ROC filed at California Service Center

02-11-2011 Received NOA (Dated 02-09-2011)

03-02-2011 Biometrics appointment

04-27-2011 ROC Approved

05-02-2011 10 years GC recieved

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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can attach AR11 confirmation that you moved to a new location as part of your packet or evidence for ROC... there's a link online for the arll form (change of address form)..


------- @>-@>-@>--------

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: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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assuming your greencard will expire May 11, 2011 (basing from your sig timeline) the earliest you can file for ROC is Feb 11, 2011 (90 days)... if it's me, i will move to new location first and will send my packet with my ar11 confirmation (change of address can be printed from when you do it online) to the respective service center in jurisdiction of the state I moved to... As long as the move takes place within 90 days before my 2-year greencard expires. I will give it at least two weeks before greencard expires, just in case something unexpected happens.


------- @>-@>-@>--------

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: Citizen (pnd) Country: Spain
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My GC expires may 6th and bc i didnt kno when in the month of april i am moving to the east coast i thought that it would be easier here and i would not have to wait till the last minute. Another thing is that my husband is in the military and we are getting ready to go overseas and i need to get my GC asap


**AOS**

12-13-2008 Wedding

01-26-2009 package sent (I-130, AOS, EAD)

02-04-2009 NOAs issued (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-09-2009 NOAs received (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-27-2009 Biometrics appointment

05-06-2009 AOS Interview APPROVED!!!! YAY!

05-11-2009 Welcome to the USA letter received

**ROC**

02-05-2011 ROC filed at California Service Center

02-11-2011 Received NOA (Dated 02-09-2011)

03-02-2011 Biometrics appointment

04-27-2011 ROC Approved

05-02-2011 10 years GC recieved

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Ok, the earliest you can file is Feb 6, 2011... YOu can file now to the service center that is in jurisdiction of your current state and once you move just make sure that you contact them right away (within 10 days after you move). You may be lucky if you receive it before you move (possible but unlikely) but if not, you need to file the Change of address immediately when you get to the new place. This however you cannot do online thru the website.. You have to call them..

Here is the link for information about the change of address. http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/F2eng.pdf

https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa.Terms

Below is an excerpt from the fact sheet in the USCIS website.

"If You Are a Permanent Resident and You Have a Case

Pending With USCIS:

If you have filed any application or petition with us, and it is still

pending a decision, you should keep us informed of any change

of address so you can get any notices or decisions from us. You can now do this electronically on our website for most applications and petitions at the same time you complete your Form AR-11

electronically. Filling out the electronic Form AR-11 is only the first

step. We will ask you for some information about your pending case.

Please have the following information available:

• Your receipt notice or other notice we sent you showing your

receipt number;

• Your new address;

• Your old address;

• The names and biographical information for the person or

persons for whom you have filed;

• When you last entered the United States (if you cannot

remember, please fill in an approximate date); and

• Where you last entered the United States (the port of entry you

entered – land, sea or air)."

My GC expires may 6th and bc i didnt kno when in the month of april i am moving to the east coast i thought that it would be easier here and i would not have to wait till the last minute. Another thing is that my husband is in the military and we are getting ready to go overseas and i need to get my GC asap


------- @>-@>-@>--------

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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Thank you very much for thr info!!


**AOS**

12-13-2008 Wedding

01-26-2009 package sent (I-130, AOS, EAD)

02-04-2009 NOAs issued (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-09-2009 NOAs received (I-130, I-485, I-765)

02-27-2009 Biometrics appointment

05-06-2009 AOS Interview APPROVED!!!! YAY!

05-11-2009 Welcome to the USA letter received

**ROC**

02-05-2011 ROC filed at California Service Center

02-11-2011 Received NOA (Dated 02-09-2011)

03-02-2011 Biometrics appointment

04-27-2011 ROC Approved

05-02-2011 10 years GC recieved

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1sRPp2.png

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