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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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hello.

I cannot believe it has been almost 2 years already. I have a question. My residence expires dec 3-12. i havent done the process cus my husband is military and we are pcsing at the moments. Right now, we dont have an address, we will next week though. One lawyer told us we need a lawyer cus we are kinda late in the 90 day window? is that true? Are we still on time to do the process for ourselves (since last time it was very expensive to pay for an attorney) ? If you know what to do next I will really appreciate it

Thanks


CONSULATE STAGE:
08-11-2010: USEM received the case.
10-11-2010: Called USEM, need to send ASAP DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: emailed DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: Received Interview date
16-11-2010: Medical Tests
17-11-2010: Interview: APPROVED
23-11-2010: Passport received :)

USA
03-12-2010: POE Miami- Washington D.C (DCA).
10-12-2010: Applied for replacement of S.S
17-12-2010: Received S.S card in the mail 7 days after applied for the replacement
20-12-2010: Received Welcome letter in the mail (Receipt date: Dec 14th)17 days after POE
27-12-2010: Green Card Received 24 days after POE

ROC I 751 CSC
06-11-2012: I-751 Package sent Priority Mail
09-11-2012: Package received
15-11-2012: Check cashed
09-11-2012: NOA1
05-12-2012: Biometrics Appointment

N-400 Naturalization

01-21-2015: Express mail the N400application to Nebraska Center.

01-26 -2015: Application delivered at 7am

01-30- 2015: Check cashed

02-05- 2015: NOA

02-14- 2015: Biometrics letter received

02-25- 2015: Fprints taken

02-27- 2015: In line

03-13- 2015: Interview

03-19- 2015: Oath Ceremony!! Citizen at last!!! yaay!!!

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You will be fine. As long as you file before your green card expires.


Removal of Conditions: 12/09/2011

ROC check cashed 12/15/11

NOA1 12/13/11

Biometrics 1/6/12 Complete

RFE 9/13/12

RFE package sent back 10/17/12

Card Production Ordered 12/04/12

10 year card arrived in mail 12/10/12

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Tunisia
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hello.

I cannot believe it has been almost 2 years already. I have a question. My residence expires dec 3-12. i havent done the process cus my husband is military and we are pcsing at the moments. Right now, we dont have an address, we will next week though. One lawyer told us we need a lawyer cus we are kinda late in the 90 day window? is that true? Are we still on time to do the process for ourselves (since last time it was very expensive to pay for an attorney) ? If you know what to do next I will really appreciate it

Thanks

As long as your file is recieved before your green card is expired by USCIS, you are fine and you don't need a lawyer. If your green card is expired and you still didn't file, than you will definitly need a lawyer. Besides you are a wife of a military guy, Why don't you just put the address of the one you have now and than file for address change? Or put the address for one of your friends that you visit often. I mean you can put your address where you live now and the second address put your friends address.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Tell that lawyer to hire another lawyer to read the instructions for him.

You are OK so far, on dates.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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thanks :)


CONSULATE STAGE:
08-11-2010: USEM received the case.
10-11-2010: Called USEM, need to send ASAP DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: emailed DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: Received Interview date
16-11-2010: Medical Tests
17-11-2010: Interview: APPROVED
23-11-2010: Passport received :)

USA
03-12-2010: POE Miami- Washington D.C (DCA).
10-12-2010: Applied for replacement of S.S
17-12-2010: Received S.S card in the mail 7 days after applied for the replacement
20-12-2010: Received Welcome letter in the mail (Receipt date: Dec 14th)17 days after POE
27-12-2010: Green Card Received 24 days after POE

ROC I 751 CSC
06-11-2012: I-751 Package sent Priority Mail
09-11-2012: Package received
15-11-2012: Check cashed
09-11-2012: NOA1
05-12-2012: Biometrics Appointment

N-400 Naturalization

01-21-2015: Express mail the N400application to Nebraska Center.

01-26 -2015: Application delivered at 7am

01-30- 2015: Check cashed

02-05- 2015: NOA

02-14- 2015: Biometrics letter received

02-25- 2015: Fprints taken

02-27- 2015: In line

03-13- 2015: Interview

03-19- 2015: Oath Ceremony!! Citizen at last!!! yaay!!!

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Filed: Other Country: India
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Like other OP has suggested, you don't need a lawyer and file 751 now, so that you can have NOA1 (extension letter before the GC expire).

Good luck

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Like other OP has suggested, you don't need a lawyer and file 751 now, so that you can have NOA1 (extension letter before the GC expire).

Good luck

Thanks! I had documents already, joint credit cards, saving and checking accounts, car insurance and property of a vehicle, medical insurance (me as beneficiary) my military ID as a spouse, pictures. I dont have affidavits :( no one lives close to us to do it now. Will it be necessary???


CONSULATE STAGE:
08-11-2010: USEM received the case.
10-11-2010: Called USEM, need to send ASAP DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: emailed DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: Received Interview date
16-11-2010: Medical Tests
17-11-2010: Interview: APPROVED
23-11-2010: Passport received :)

USA
03-12-2010: POE Miami- Washington D.C (DCA).
10-12-2010: Applied for replacement of S.S
17-12-2010: Received S.S card in the mail 7 days after applied for the replacement
20-12-2010: Received Welcome letter in the mail (Receipt date: Dec 14th)17 days after POE
27-12-2010: Green Card Received 24 days after POE

ROC I 751 CSC
06-11-2012: I-751 Package sent Priority Mail
09-11-2012: Package received
15-11-2012: Check cashed
09-11-2012: NOA1
05-12-2012: Biometrics Appointment

N-400 Naturalization

01-21-2015: Express mail the N400application to Nebraska Center.

01-26 -2015: Application delivered at 7am

01-30- 2015: Check cashed

02-05- 2015: NOA

02-14- 2015: Biometrics letter received

02-25- 2015: Fprints taken

02-27- 2015: In line

03-13- 2015: Interview

03-19- 2015: Oath Ceremony!! Citizen at last!!! yaay!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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have you called the military hotline @ uscis yet, asking general questions about filing from overseas?


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

-=-=-=-=-=R E A D ! ! !=-=-=-=-=-

Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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have you called the military hotline @ uscis yet, asking general questions about filing from overseas?

I went to the legal office but they didnt help that much, they gave me copies from USCIS website, We are not overseas. :( . we just move to a new location where we dont have friends or family so we dont have a settle address yet :(


CONSULATE STAGE:
08-11-2010: USEM received the case.
10-11-2010: Called USEM, need to send ASAP DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: emailed DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: Received Interview date
16-11-2010: Medical Tests
17-11-2010: Interview: APPROVED
23-11-2010: Passport received :)

USA
03-12-2010: POE Miami- Washington D.C (DCA).
10-12-2010: Applied for replacement of S.S
17-12-2010: Received S.S card in the mail 7 days after applied for the replacement
20-12-2010: Received Welcome letter in the mail (Receipt date: Dec 14th)17 days after POE
27-12-2010: Green Card Received 24 days after POE

ROC I 751 CSC
06-11-2012: I-751 Package sent Priority Mail
09-11-2012: Package received
15-11-2012: Check cashed
09-11-2012: NOA1
05-12-2012: Biometrics Appointment

N-400 Naturalization

01-21-2015: Express mail the N400application to Nebraska Center.

01-26 -2015: Application delivered at 7am

01-30- 2015: Check cashed

02-05- 2015: NOA

02-14- 2015: Biometrics letter received

02-25- 2015: Fprints taken

02-27- 2015: In line

03-13- 2015: Interview

03-19- 2015: Oath Ceremony!! Citizen at last!!! yaay!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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going to implies a physical location, with a face to face meeting.

there's a PHONE NUMBER to call, the military hotline, within USCIS, that's not officing at yer current duty station.

Use a Telephone.

my apologies - I thought (somehow) you had orders for an overseas posting.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

-=-=-=-=-=R E A D ! ! !=-=-=-=-=-

Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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going to implies a physical location, with a face to face meeting.

there's a PHONE NUMBER to call, the military hotline, within USCIS, that's not officing at yer current duty station.

Use a Telephone.

my apologies - I thought (somehow) you had orders for an overseas posting.

I used GOING TO cus I literally went to the legal office in the military department, I Have a BA in English and I know the use of the verbs and what they imply, also I know how to use a telephone! But again, it did not help.

Thanks. try to be nicer to people we are here for help not to be put down!

Again Thanks for trying to help.

Thanks for all the constructive comments, I have most of the docs ready, :) just found out I need to register the title of the car here to be on our names ugh, lol it is always something, but hopefully I ll get that done on Monday and overnight it the same day!

Thanks all! :)


CONSULATE STAGE:
08-11-2010: USEM received the case.
10-11-2010: Called USEM, need to send ASAP DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: emailed DS-230 and DS-2100
12-11-2010: Received Interview date
16-11-2010: Medical Tests
17-11-2010: Interview: APPROVED
23-11-2010: Passport received :)

USA
03-12-2010: POE Miami- Washington D.C (DCA).
10-12-2010: Applied for replacement of S.S
17-12-2010: Received S.S card in the mail 7 days after applied for the replacement
20-12-2010: Received Welcome letter in the mail (Receipt date: Dec 14th)17 days after POE
27-12-2010: Green Card Received 24 days after POE

ROC I 751 CSC
06-11-2012: I-751 Package sent Priority Mail
09-11-2012: Package received
15-11-2012: Check cashed
09-11-2012: NOA1
05-12-2012: Biometrics Appointment

N-400 Naturalization

01-21-2015: Express mail the N400application to Nebraska Center.

01-26 -2015: Application delivered at 7am

01-30- 2015: Check cashed

02-05- 2015: NOA

02-14- 2015: Biometrics letter received

02-25- 2015: Fprints taken

02-27- 2015: In line

03-13- 2015: Interview

03-19- 2015: Oath Ceremony!! Citizen at last!!! yaay!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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The affidavits helps in proving the 3rd party verification of your marriage relationship.

(even though, you may think it is not necessary but it is for immigration)

No, they're not necessary at all. They're suggested for people with weak other evidence.

I could get lots of people to write Affidavits but they aren't in my relationship so they only know what they see, they don't know what actually goes on. I didn't bother other people to write Affidavits because I had substantial other evidence (back accounts, life insurance, car insurance, health insurance, bought a house... etc etc). I did however print FB photos with comments. That's kinda like "Affidavits" in the non-official sense I suppose. People commenting on how cute we are etc etc.

Edited by Vanessa&Tony

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