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My husband and I are traveling to SE Asia for the whole month of May.

We filed our joint I-751 on the second week of January and completed the biometric appointment in mid-February.

I understand that the ROC process could be unpredictable but I also believe that we provided adequate evidence for our application. We have a clean record and have never married before.

Anyway, God forbid but what if there would be an RFE or house visit while we'd be away?

If an RFE shows up, how long does the USCIS allow a response for before they consider an application abandoned?

I really don't want to worry about these things while traveling but I don't wanna postpone our travel dates either because May is such a great time to visit.

We'll still keep our intentions for a smooth, fast and easy process and approval.


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My husband and I are traveling to SE Asia for the whole month of May.

We filed our joint I-751 on the second week of January and completed the biometric appointment in mid-February.

I understand that the ROC process could be unpredictable but I also believe that we provided adequate evidence for our application. We have a clean record and have never married before.

Anyway, God forbid but what if there would be an RFE or house visit while we'd be away?

If an RFE shows up, how long does the USCIS allow a response for before they consider an application abandoned?

I really don't want to worry about these things while traveling but I don't wanna postpone our travel dates either because May is such a great time to visit.

We'll still keep our intentions for a smooth, fast and easy process and approval.

Have someone check your mail for you while you're gone. House visits are unlikely. You might receive the unconditional Green Card while you're away.

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