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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone!

My fiance(USC)'s passport will expire on July 2013, do we need to renew it before we submit our application since USCIS required at least 5years validity of the US passport?

Thanks in advance,

Jan


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You don't tell us when the passport was issued.

This post is becoming very frequent on VJ. The passport only needs to have an ISSUE DATE of 5 or more years. It does not have to be a valid brand new passport.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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You don't tell us when the passport was issued.

This post is becoming very frequent on VJ. The passport only needs to have an ISSUE DATE of 5 or more years. It does not have to be a valid brand new passport.

thanks for the reply..

it was issued on july 2003. so we can still use the current pp?


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Visa Journey

Mar 02 2011 - Sent I-129F package to Dallas Lockbox

Mar 08 2011 - Delivered to Dallas

Mar 11 2011 - Check in cashed..

Mar 12 2011 - Initial Review; Status Last update...

Mar 14 2011 - NOA1 received by email - petition routed to VSC

Aug 10 2011- unexpectedly received mail from NVC saying we are approved

w/ my MNL case # on it.

Aug 11 2011- My approved petition already at USEM :)

Aug 16 2011- Finally, USCIS update our status..

Aug 22-23 2011 - Medical Exam: Passed! yay!

Aug 22 2011 - finally received hardcopy of NOA2 on mail and we were approved since Jul 13, 2011

Sep 02 2011 - Interview date! approved!

Sep 14 2011 - Visa received!

Sep 19 2011 - POE (Guam)

Oct 14 2011 - Wedding Day

Nov 21 2011 - AOS Sent

Nov 25 2011 - AOS Delivered

Nov 30 2011 - NOA1s received by email/

Dec 06 2011 - NOA1s hard copies received dated Nov 30, 2011

Dec 22 2011 - Biometric done

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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thanks for the reply..

it was issued on july 2003. so we can still use the current pp?

Yes you can its got an issue date of more than 5 years.

The only time you have to be clear of the expiration date is when you need to renew it or when you are traveling internationally they sometimes require a certain amount of validity left on the passport to travel with it.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Yes you can its got an issue date of more than 5 years.

The only time you have to be clear of the expiration date is when you need to renew it or when you are traveling internationally they sometimes require a certain amount of validity left on the passport to travel with it.

Issued with a validity of more than five years refers to the total time the passport will be valid from issue to expiration, not how much of that time is left. In short, they want the US Citizen's passport to have been issued to an adult instead of a child. US Passports issued to children have only a 5 year validity from issue to expiration.

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Yes you can its got an issue date of more than 5 years.

The only time you have to be clear of the expiration date is when you need to renew it or when you are traveling internationally they sometimes require a certain amount of validity left on the passport to travel with it.

thank you very much :).

this whole thing freak us out b-( :))...


When life gives you lemons, ask for tequilla and salt....:)

Visa Journey

Mar 02 2011 - Sent I-129F package to Dallas Lockbox

Mar 08 2011 - Delivered to Dallas

Mar 11 2011 - Check in cashed..

Mar 12 2011 - Initial Review; Status Last update...

Mar 14 2011 - NOA1 received by email - petition routed to VSC

Aug 10 2011- unexpectedly received mail from NVC saying we are approved

w/ my MNL case # on it.

Aug 11 2011- My approved petition already at USEM :)

Aug 16 2011- Finally, USCIS update our status..

Aug 22-23 2011 - Medical Exam: Passed! yay!

Aug 22 2011 - finally received hardcopy of NOA2 on mail and we were approved since Jul 13, 2011

Sep 02 2011 - Interview date! approved!

Sep 14 2011 - Visa received!

Sep 19 2011 - POE (Guam)

Oct 14 2011 - Wedding Day

Nov 21 2011 - AOS Sent

Nov 25 2011 - AOS Delivered

Nov 30 2011 - NOA1s received by email/

Dec 06 2011 - NOA1s hard copies received dated Nov 30, 2011

Dec 22 2011 - Biometric done

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Issued with a validity of more than five years refers to the total time the passport will be valid from issue to expiration, not how much of that time is left. In short, they want the US Citizen's passport to have been issued to an adult instead of a child. US Passports issued to children have only a 5 year validity from issue to expiration.

thank you very much. :)

IMO, they need to reword that section of the rule to ISSUE for at least 5yrs. kinda misleading/misunderstood :)


When life gives you lemons, ask for tequilla and salt....:)

Visa Journey

Mar 02 2011 - Sent I-129F package to Dallas Lockbox

Mar 08 2011 - Delivered to Dallas

Mar 11 2011 - Check in cashed..

Mar 12 2011 - Initial Review; Status Last update...

Mar 14 2011 - NOA1 received by email - petition routed to VSC

Aug 10 2011- unexpectedly received mail from NVC saying we are approved

w/ my MNL case # on it.

Aug 11 2011- My approved petition already at USEM :)

Aug 16 2011- Finally, USCIS update our status..

Aug 22-23 2011 - Medical Exam: Passed! yay!

Aug 22 2011 - finally received hardcopy of NOA2 on mail and we were approved since Jul 13, 2011

Sep 02 2011 - Interview date! approved!

Sep 14 2011 - Visa received!

Sep 19 2011 - POE (Guam)

Oct 14 2011 - Wedding Day

Nov 21 2011 - AOS Sent

Nov 25 2011 - AOS Delivered

Nov 30 2011 - NOA1s received by email/

Dec 06 2011 - NOA1s hard copies received dated Nov 30, 2011

Dec 22 2011 - Biometric done

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