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Emmamama

Only 40 more days to file, what to do???

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Hi all,

I have just finished an extremely busy school year and just realized that my husband and I only have 40 days left until his visa expires and we need to remove conditions!!

I will send it first thing Monday, and I know that we will (hopefully) get the one year extension, but will our tardiness affect this at all?

Thanks!

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No, it should not affect it at all. As long as you file before the current GC expires you will be fine.


AOS:

12/05/09: Sent AOS package to Chicago lockbox.

12/11/09: USPS reports delivery of package.

12/16/09: I-485 check cashed.

12/17/09: I-130 check cashed.

12/19/09: Received four NOAs in the mail (dated 12/15)

12/28/09: Received biometrics apt. letter for 1/8/10

01/04/10: Walk-in biometrics done (Santa Ana, CA)

01/26/10: Received interview letter for March 10

02/05/10: EAD card production ordered & AP approval notice sent, both arrived in the mail shortly thereafter

03/10/10: Interview and approval for cond. GC

03/11/10: Status update "Card production ordered"

03/16/10: Welcome letter in the mail

03/22/10: GC in the mail!

ROC:

12/20/11: Mailed to CSC.

12/21/11: NOA date.

01/13/12: Scheduled biometrics.

05/18/12: Received approval letter, dated 5/14.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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His VISA expired a long time ago. I assume you're now talking about his 2 year greencard.

You have to file for ROC anytime in the 90 days before the card expires. 40 days is fine. A couple of days would be risky if there was a problem with your filing because your card could expire while your packet was being returned to you and then you resending it.

You should be fine.

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