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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hi VJers:

I noticed that on my oath letter, it ask me to bring "Any travel documents issued to you by this service" -- I don't quite get what this means. Can anyone explain and help me with this?

Many thanks!!

My letter says: reentry permit, refugee or passport. I only have my passport from Brazil, so I'm gonna take it. The nice lady I talked today said to me not to forget my green card. And the letter also says any Immigration documents, I think they mean the green card. Unless you have some other document issued from them I think that's what they need.

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some times your sent a yellow letter to bring your original documents.or tax transcripts,or court documents.

I think I will bring my folder with documents (the one I took for interview and the one I took today to my infopass (didn't use it) just in case. :)


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May 30th. I guess I better take everything with me?

I never had any travel documents except the AP when I filed together with 485...

My letter says: reentry permit, refugee or passport. I only have my passport from Brazil, so I'm gonna take it. The nice lady I talked today said to me not to forget my green card. And the letter also says any Immigration documents, I think they mean the green card. Unless you have some other document issued from them I think that's what they need.

When is your Ceremony?

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May 30th. I guess I better take everything with me?

I never had any travel documents except the AP when I filed together with 485...

Congratulations!

I'm next day after yours. Yay! :D

Well, I don't know if it is necessary but I think I will throw my folder in the car just to be safe. ;)


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They won't let you take the oath without turning in your green card. As far as the rest, they are asking for anything that could be used to enter the US, or prove legal presence in the US that was issued to you by the Department of State or the Department of Homeland Security. Most people don't have anything like that, beside the green card, but if you do, they would like it back, so that it can't be used by anyone else.

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Hi VJers:

I noticed that on my oath letter, it ask me to bring "Any travel documents issued to you by this service" -- I don't quite get what this means. Can anyone explain and help me with this?

Many thanks!!

Such as re-entry permits, Advance parole, etc.

May 30th. I guess I better take everything with me?

I never had any travel documents except the AP when I filed together with 485...

That would be it, then. Do you still have it? If yes, turn it in. If not, don't worry about it.


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I do have an Advance Parole from when I filed for AOS -- but thought that has expired long time ago, right? I don't even know where I put it anymore...

Such as re-entry permits, Advance parole, etc.

That would be it, then. Do you still have it? If yes, turn it in. If not, don't worry about it.

Now i see why they want these things back -- hate to give back my green card -- only had it for 8 months.....

They won't let you take the oath without turning in your green card. As far as the rest, they are asking for anything that could be used to enter the US, or prove legal presence in the US that was issued to you by the Department of State or the Department of Homeland Security. Most people don't have anything like that, beside the green card, but if you do, they would like it back, so that it can't be used by anyone else.

LOL, :dance:

I guess I'll do the same thing! and file for passport next day :)

Congratulations!

I'm next day after yours. Yay! :D

Well, I don't know if it is necessary but I think I will throw my folder in the car just to be safe. ;)

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