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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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My husband received his 2 year card August 2008. He received his 10 year card January 2011. When will he be able to file for citizenship? I mean what month/year will that be? Thanks. :thumbs:


Passage Revelation 19:11:

11And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

"satan is real and he's playing for keeps
God is realer and we are His sheep
which side are you on, CHOOSE, start moving your feet
choose JESUS and have ETERNAL PEACE" by GOD to me on 9/26/10 about 2am
Thank you Jesus!!!!


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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My husband received his 2 year card August 2008. He received his 10 year card January 2011. When will he be able to file for citizenship? I mean what month/year will that be? Thanks. :thumbs:

Look at his green card, if he will let you, LOL, and post the initial date on his card. Then someone can tell you.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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My husband received his 2 year card August 2008. He received his 10 year card January 2011. When will he be able to file for citizenship? I mean what month/year will that be? Thanks. :thumbs:

Three years less 90 days from the RESIDENT SINCE date on the greencard


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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My husband received his 2 year card August 2008. He received his 10 year card January 2011. When will he be able to file for citizenship? I mean what month/year will that be? Thanks. :thumbs:

My husband was able to apply for citizen and open a file when he complete his 30 month during last five years

he applied once be4 this timein Nov2008 he was only 25 months and when he reach the date of interview they didnt ask him any question , and just told him u didnt complete 30 months during last five years, then go and re submit the next year in the same month Nov 2009..so when u intend to submite ur application bbe shre that u finished ur 30 month..but i dont know in ur case the2 years g.card will count or no i think it will count the period he was reside

in the Us


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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review his conditional green card, find the earliest date on it - go forward 2 years and 9 months - that's the earliest date he can apply.

Good Luck !


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My husband received his 2 year card August 2008. He received his 10 year card January 2011. When will he be able to file for citizenship? I mean what month/year will that be? Thanks. :thumbs:

Hi,

since your husband became an LPR in August -- 2008, he is eligible to file 3 years (Aug -- 2011) minus 90 days after that, assuming you still live together. That means he could file already now - it's June now, even less than 90 days prior to the 3rd GC anniversary.

Conditional or unconditional GC won't matter - what counts is the date on the GC that says "Permanent Resident since ---".

Good luck on the last step of your journey! :star:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hi,

since your husband became an LPR in August -- 2008, he is eligible to file 3 years (Aug -- 2011) minus 90 days after that, assuming you still live together. That means he could file already now - it's June now, even less than 90 days prior to the 3rd GC anniversary.

Conditional or unconditional GC won't matter - what counts is the date on the GC that says "Permanent Resident since ---".

Good luck on the last step of your journey! :star:

Yes! Good luck! :star:


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Thanks everyone for your replies.. I really appreciate it (F):thumbs: @Nick D, yea he let me :blush:

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Passage Revelation 19:11:

11And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

"satan is real and he's playing for keeps
God is realer and we are His sheep
which side are you on, CHOOSE, start moving your feet
choose JESUS and have ETERNAL PEACE" by GOD to me on 9/26/10 about 2am
Thank you Jesus!!!!


Bebe and Cece Winans Heaven



Abdel Halim Hafez Qariat al Fingan


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Thanks everyone for your replies.. I really appreciate it (F):thumbs: @Nick D, yea he let me :blush:

Manual method is to get a calendar and put an X on the 3rd anniversary date of his green card. Count that day as day one going backwards exactly 90 days. Add one day to that date, that is the date you put on your application and mail it off. If on a Sunday, send it off the next day.

Never experienced a government agency that is so critical on dates, well the IRS, must be postmarked on April 15th or you get a fine. But with the USCIS, better to be one day late than one day early, they can reject your application.

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