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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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My now husband has been here since February and we were married on April 23rd. I submitted all the paperwork for him on his readjustment of status, travel documents, and working papers. We received confirmation that they had our payments and all the legal papers of what we were applying for the end of May. We just recently received the letter that tells when his biometrics apointment and whatever else they do on Friday, June 15th. Does anybody see a reason why we shouldn't buy our plane tickets to have a ceremony for his family in Jamaica for November 23rd?????? Has anybody had problems or an extensive waiting period for the proper travel documents????

Thanks for your help!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Obviously there is always an element of risk to making plans before you have immigration documents in hand, but it would be VERY unusual to have a biometrics appointment in mid-June and NOT have at least an AP document, let alone a GC, by mid November.

I think it's most likely pretty safe to order the tickets. Just to hedge your bets, maybe get the ~$25 insurance option so you can change them if, by some bizarre chance, your AP hasn't come through.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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My now husband has been here since February and we were married on April 23rd. I submitted all the paperwork for him on his readjustment of status, travel documents, and working papers. We received confirmation that they had our payments and all the legal papers of what we were applying for the end of May. We just recently received the letter that tells when his biometrics apointment and whatever else they do on Friday, June 15th. Does anybody see a reason why we shouldn't buy our plane tickets to have a ceremony for his family in Jamaica for November 23rd?????? Has anybody had problems or an extensive waiting period for the proper travel documents????

Thanks for your help!!!

Hopefully when you did your husband AOS you applied for advance parole which would give your husband a chance to travel saftley just in case he doesn't get his visa by some wierd chance.

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Yes, people have had problems with the GC not arriving, etc... - Just to be safe, I would not book the reservation until after he is through biometrics, and you will either get an interview scheduled or a notice that you are approved without - once you have that, even without the GC, he can make an infopass appointment and get a stamp in his passport.


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