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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hi there,

i've seen threads that's kinda similar to my situation but not quite, so i decided to creat my own.

i'm a bit clueless right now. my green card will expire on july 7,2012 and i won't be able to apply for a 10 year green card (lifting of condition) till maybe second week of june and that makes it like a month after the expiration of my green card. (hopefully that's just fine)and another thing, my passport has expired two months ago and i woud have to go to chicago to renew it (i don't have money for that yet) will that be a problem?

now i got a new job offer, and here soon i'll be starting, will my soon to be on the process g.c. and e.a.d would affect my employment?

thanks and hopefully i'd find the answers here as i always have.

jazz

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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If your green card expires on July 7th and you are going to file the second week of June, that's fine. Your card won't be expired, it expires July 7th. If you were to file AFTER July 7th than yes, that could be a problem.

Your foreign passport has nothing to do with ROC. It is up to you if you want to renew it. Of course, not having a valid passport prevents you from travelling out of the country.

You don't have an EAD if you have a green card. After you file for ROC you will receive an extension letter that extends your status for 1 year while your ROC is in process. Your expired GC along with the extension letter is your proof of status until the ROC is approved.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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If your green card expires on July 7th and you are going to file the second week of June, that's fine. Your card won't be expired, it expires July 7th. If you were to file AFTER July 7th than yes, that could be a problem.

Your foreign passport has nothing to do with ROC. It is up to you if you want to renew it. Of course, not having a valid passport prevents you from travelling out of the country.

You don't have an EAD if you have a green card. After you file for ROC you will receive an extension letter that extends your status for 1 year while your ROC is in process. Your expired GC along with the extension letter is your proof of status until the ROC is approved.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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If your green card expires on July 7th and you are going to file the second week of June, that's fine. Your card won't be expired, it expires July 7th. If you were to file AFTER July 7th than yes, that could be a problem.

Your foreign passport has nothing to do with ROC. It is up to you if you want to renew it. Of course, not having a valid passport prevents you from travelling out of the country.

You don't have an EAD if you have a green card. After you file for ROC you will receive an extension letter that extends your status for 1 year while your ROC is in process. Your expired GC along with the extension letter is your proof of status until the ROC is approved.

thanks, this helps a lot, i meant on my post that on second week of june, it makes my g.c. one month BEFORE the expiration, not after... but i guess ufigured that out urself... thank you!

jazz

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