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Quick I-797C Biometrics Appointment Question

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I am a current Permanent Resident Card holder (expiring 5/13/2012) who is renewing his card. I just received my I-797C notice to go to the ASC support center to capture my biometrics on the 28th, 12PM at USCIS Dover, Delaware.

The instructions say: bring this appointment notice and photo identification. My question is about the photo identification. It says "applicants must bring their Permanent Resident Card or government issued form of identification". Can I just show up with my current (but expiring on the 13th) Permanent Resident Card. I don't drive, so no license, and I have an expired People's Republic of China passport. If needed, I can go to the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC and renew my passport.

I called the 1-800-375-5283 number and the agent said "just follow the directions on the notice" and didn't comment further. I assume I can just show up for fingerprinting with just the appointment notice and my expired Permanent Resident Card.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Colombia
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are you talking about two year permanent card expires,or ten year renew the expired card,you do like the instructions says bring your appointment letter an a state photo ID TO THE ASC CENTER even if your green card is expired,fine some one to take you there it's your responabilty, if you can't fine any one then cancel the appointment per; the instructions on the appointment letter. until you can get arranments to get there on the next appointment date,bring the expired passport it has your picture,

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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** Moving from AOS to ROC forum as that appears to be what the OP is doing ****


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Filed: Timeline

My current Permanent Resident Card is a 10 year card, resident since March 2002, expiring May 13th, 2012. I am renewing the card, so if anyone has renewed their card, does the USCIS check for 2 forms of ID, or is just bringing your current Permanent Resident Card to the biometrics appointment enough?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Belarus
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You have to have a valid form of ID, not expired. Go get a state ID, it's cheap and fast (same day).


AOS from B1/B2:

January 12 - I-130 & I-485 Delivered

January 24 - Both checks cashed

January 26 - Both NoAs received

February 9 - Biometrics letter received

February 17 - Biometrics appointment

January 18 - Green Card Ordered (No Interview)

January 22 - Green Card Mailed

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My current Permanent Resident Card is a 10 year card, resident since March 2002, expiring May 13th, 2012. I am renewing the card, so if anyone has renewed their card, does the USCIS check for 2 forms of ID, or is just bringing your current Permanent Resident Card to the biometrics appointment enough?

I have showed my license & Bio letter. If you don't drive, you can get an Non-Driver State ID from MVC in Dover, it will take your 1 hour, not only Bio App.,

but this type of State ID can be very useful, one good example is at banks.

Edited by Cino

"Patience is the key to the paradise (US Citizenship, in our case)"

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