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Separating after submitting I-751 but before being approved

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this is just a scenario....

does anyone know, what happens if, i submit my i-751, received my NOA1, completed Bio.... and then during the waiting time of getting approved, my USC spouse leaves me? do i need to tell USCIS about this right away? or dont say anything and wait for the GC to be approved. or if i get called for an interview, i tell them what happened.

has anyone been through this??

just wondering....

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this is just a scenario....

does anyone know, what happens if, i submit my i-751, received my NOA1, completed Bio.... and then during the waiting time of getting approved, my USC spouse leaves me? do i need to tell USCIS about this right away? or dont say anything and wait for the GC to be approved. or if i get called for an interview, i tell them what happened.

has anyone been through this??

just wondering....

i think you need to read my post on April i am in the same situation you just describe. go to February filers and read my post


10/21/08 (Day 0) - Application Sent (I-130, I-485/I-864/I-693, I-765)

10/22/08 (Day 1) - Received Date (USPS over night)

10/29/08 (Day 8) - Check Cashed

10/30/08 (Day 9) – Received NOA (I130-I485-I765) Dated 10/31/08

10/31/08 (Day 9) - I130, I765, ONLINE BUT I485

11/02/08 (Day 12)- Received Biometrics appointment scheduled 11/15/08

11/07/08 (Day 17)- Biometrics Done Early walking in Norridge,Illinois

11/17/08 (Day 27)- Request for Evidence letter for I485 (they were asking for I94 Arrival record) It took 5 days to arrive online letter was sent 11/12/08

11/18/08 (Day 28)- Request Evidence is I94 sent along with I20,( I was a student), NON immigrant visa page on the passport, also, approval letter of F1 status, because i changed my status after i came to USA.

01/07/09 (Day 108) Card Production Order (Received email at 8:20) EAD

01/14/09 (Day 115) Card Production Ordered (another email saying EAD ordered again)

01/14/09 (Day 115)Interview Received March 9 at 11:00am Chicago office

01/16/09 (Day 117) EAD Received in the mail

03/09/09 Interview in Chicago (Day 169)

03/09/09 APPROVED (Day 169)

03/12/09 WELCOME LETTER RECEVIED I130 APPROVEL RECEIVED IN MAIL (Day 172)

03/19/09 (Day 179)- GREEN CART RECEIVED

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02/22/2011 I-751 Filed jointly to California

03/01/20100 I-751 NOA Received dated 02/23/2011

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i think you need to read my post on April i am in the same situation you just describe. go to February filers and read my post

hi mehmet, thanks for the reply. i just read your Feb Filers posting. im so sorry about what happened. have you been able to reconcile with your wife in this last month??

here is my question for you. did you tell USCIS about the problem with your marriage when you submitted the papers? or did your spouse call them to report it? because id like to know if you having to go in for an interview had anything to do with that? or do you think you got called in for an interview because they randomly select people?

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hi mehmet, thanks for the reply. i just read your Feb Filers posting. im so sorry about what happened. have you been able to reconcile with your wife in this last month??

here is my question for you. did you tell USCIS about the problem with your marriage when you submitted the papers? or did your spouse call them to report it? because id like to know if you having to go in for an interview had anything to do with that? or do you think you got called in for an interview because they randomly select people?

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we were randomly selected for the interview, and we were living together until the 4 days before the interview date. and my wife did not call USCIS to report anything neither I. my wife was physiologically crazy after she saw the interview letter, and i left the house because she start waking up in a middle of nite and starting fighting with me. yes she has been seen therapist about her craziness for the last year up to today.

I dont know your circumstances, i hope you will get your card


10/21/08 (Day 0) - Application Sent (I-130, I-485/I-864/I-693, I-765)

10/22/08 (Day 1) - Received Date (USPS over night)

10/29/08 (Day 8) - Check Cashed

10/30/08 (Day 9) – Received NOA (I130-I485-I765) Dated 10/31/08

10/31/08 (Day 9) - I130, I765, ONLINE BUT I485

11/02/08 (Day 12)- Received Biometrics appointment scheduled 11/15/08

11/07/08 (Day 17)- Biometrics Done Early walking in Norridge,Illinois

11/17/08 (Day 27)- Request for Evidence letter for I485 (they were asking for I94 Arrival record) It took 5 days to arrive online letter was sent 11/12/08

11/18/08 (Day 28)- Request Evidence is I94 sent along with I20,( I was a student), NON immigrant visa page on the passport, also, approval letter of F1 status, because i changed my status after i came to USA.

01/07/09 (Day 108) Card Production Order (Received email at 8:20) EAD

01/14/09 (Day 115) Card Production Ordered (another email saying EAD ordered again)

01/14/09 (Day 115)Interview Received March 9 at 11:00am Chicago office

01/16/09 (Day 117) EAD Received in the mail

03/09/09 Interview in Chicago (Day 169)

03/09/09 APPROVED (Day 169)

03/12/09 WELCOME LETTER RECEVIED I130 APPROVEL RECEIVED IN MAIL (Day 172)

03/19/09 (Day 179)- GREEN CART RECEIVED

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

02/22/2011 I-751 Filed jointly to California

03/01/20100 I-751 NOA Received dated 02/23/2011

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we were randomly selected for the interview, and we were living together until the 4 days before the interview date. and my wife did not call USCIS to report anything neither I. my wife was physiologically crazy after she saw the interview letter, and i left the house because she start waking up in a middle of nite and starting fighting with me. yes she has been seen therapist about her craziness for the last year up to today.

I dont know your circumstances, i hope you will get your card

wow, just your luck to get called for an interview! just imagine, you wouldnt be going through all this for the GC if they didnt call you in!! thats just really good luck or really bad luck!!! right now my circumstances are fine, and the relationship i have with my USC spouse is getting better, it has its ups and downs like all other marriages, but its always in the back of my head IF something happens! i will pray for you as well, i hope you get your GC!

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