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Rescheduling Biometric in 4~5 months

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Hello,

My wife has a conditional green card that expires at 08/19 and we will file I-751 5/20 or so.

Our situation is that she should travel to Korea in May or early June and stay there the rest of year (or by Thanksgiving) to deliver a baby at her parents home. Her due is August and her doctor recommend to travel as early as possible since this is the second one.

I understand that it is the best to finish the biometrics before she travels but I am afraid that it might be too late. Walk-in can be an option but it is not guaranteed.

So I am wondering if we simply reschedule the biometrics to December or January. Should there be any issue?

Thanks for your input in advance.

PS Unfortunately USCIS doesn't do Bioemtrics at a US Embassy according to USCIS website.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You do not get to pick your biometrics date. You can request rescheduling of it but you will be constantly rescheduling it because they give you the next available date which could be a week or 2 from the first appointment. It is all based on them picking your date from their availability.

Also they will not do any work on her case at all until the biometrics is taken. There for prolonging the removal of conditions process.

It is really best for her to do the biometrics before she leaves instead of putting a hold on her case for so long while they wait for her biometrics.


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