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extension of alien card while waiting for the removal of condition.

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Hi,

I have question as for the extension of alien card while waiting for the removal of condition. Does this still allow you to work and travel? It seems like it takes more than 90 days to process the removal of the gc conditional status?

Thanks in advance

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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No problem.

A ) You'll get more, better, and faster answers if you make a new top-level thread for your question.

B ) In answer to your question, yes. The receipt notice (NOA1) you receive in the mail after you file your I-751 DOES allow you to work and travel. Just keep it on your person with your green card, and show it with your expired green card anytime you would normally show your green card to somebody.

And yes, the I-751 process takes much longer than 90 days. Much, MUCH longer if you have to file at the Vermont Service Center. So you're going to be carrying that receipt notice around for quite a while.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Tunisia
Timeline

Hi,

I have question as for the extension of alien card while waiting for the removal of condition. Does this still allow you to work and travel? It seems like it takes more than 90 days to process the removal of the gc conditional status?

Thanks in advance

After around 10days of USCIS recieving your I751, you will recieve a letter I797 from the immigration. That letter will say that you green card is extended for another year and you can travel and work with your expired green card AND the letter you recieved.

The removal of conditions takes more than 90 days. As a matter of fact, 6 months for CSC and around 9 months for VSC.

I751 are not as important as the N400 and honestly It seems like they are not as important as the I485. I have no clue why since you get your first green card in around 6 months or less if everything is smooth.

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