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Hi I am Louella,

my visa is going to expire on March 25 2012,

I mailed my I751 application last Feb.9. (VSC)

received my NOA1 Feb.14...well, it's been 2 weeks since then but I have not receive any letter for my biometric appointment, I have seen on others timeline that they have scheduled for theirs.

How soon after your NOA1 did you receive letter for your biometric?

I am just wandering if there is a reason for me to worry.

Thank you, hope you're having a good day.


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Most people don't get biometrics till about a month after filing. Just be patient.


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No need to worry cause my visa had expired last Feb 27 and I will be having my biometrics tomorrow. Receiving the notice for biometrics will take some days after receiving your NOA. Don't worry for as long you and your fiancee got married before your visa expired, you are safe. Hope this could help you lessen your worries..

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That expiration date on your K-1 visa is the date by which you needed to entry the USA. Your K-1 was a one time use, once you checked in at your POE, that visa became void. So technically, it expired the day of POE.


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Hi I am Louella,

my visa is going to expire on March 25 2012,

I mailed my I751 application last Feb.9. (VSC)

received my NOA1 Feb.14...well, it's been 2 weeks since then but I have not receive any letter for my biometric appointment, I have seen on others timeline that they have scheduled for theirs.

How soon after your NOA1 did you receive letter for your biometric?

I am just wandering if there is a reason for me to worry.

Thank you, hope you're having a good day.

Looks like OP's this phrase "my visa is going to expire" and her profile status "Filed for K-1" are creating confusion...

Well, she meant "my Green Card is going to expire". She is in Removing of Conditions (I-751) process and waiting for Biometrics appointment letter ;)

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I didn't get mine until 30 days after NOA1 letter, you are fine :)


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Looks like OP's this phrase "my visa is going to expire" and her profile status "Filed for K-1" are creating confusion...

Well, she meant "my Green Card is going to expire". She is in Removing of Conditions (I-751) process and waiting for Biometrics appointment letter ;)

yeah that baffles me a lot, lol.

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Opss sorry for the confusion I forgot to update my status of what I filed for, my bad!

yeah i mean my 2yr greencard is about to expire.

Thank you all for the replies, i appreciate it!

If I'm not mistaken your NOA1 letter should indicate that your PR is extended. I couldn't remember for how long, but it should be enough time until you're done with your ROC. Look at your NOA1 letter. For biometrics, it can take up to 30 days after your NOA1. If after 30 days, you still haven't received put, you can call USCIS and put a service request.

I hope that helps

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I was confused by the OP too. No more talk of visa here since you're on a green card now. :)

Check the USCIS receipt of your I-751. It should tell you for how long your PR status has been extended. I think mine was one year. I got my biometrics appointment about a month later... I think. Not sure right now.

On a related note, you might want to carry our I-751 receipt with you, or at least a copy. When I was doing business during the removal of conditions process, people sometimes asked for the proof of extension besides the expired green card. Make copies of the receipt if you carry it around.

Good luck!

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