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ROC application & reminder from USCIS

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its almost 2 years since i have receive my GC, My GC is expiring on 10/3/2013 and I am planning to mail my application on July 1st.

I have the following prepared:

1. My daughter's birth certificate

2. Bank statements (3mos)

3. our health and life insurance

4. joint credit card/bills (3mos)

5. family pictures

6. our joint tax returns

7. friends' affidavits

8. copy of my greencard and passport

9. vacation itineraries and airplane tickets

do you think this is enough? and is July 1st too early, 'cause my expiration if I count backwards is July 5th.

I also receive a letter from USCIS reminding me to file the ROC. did anyone get this too?

Thanks!!!


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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I did receive the letter from USCIS reminding me to file for ROC. I've heard some people say they did not get it.

Your list looks good to me....make sure the bank stmnts and credit card stmnts cover the 2 yrs.

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I did receive the letter from USCIS reminding me to file for ROC. I've heard some people say they did not get it.

Your list looks good to me....make sure the bank stmnts and credit card stmnts cover the 2 yrs.

we have the bank accounts for 2 yrs, should I print out the entire 24 mos statements or a bank certificate would do?

also, my gc will expire 10/3. my target is to submit my application on july 1st. is that too early?


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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Statements for 24monts is too much IMOP.

You can do once every 3 months to show the continuing of the jointly acct.

We did our ROC before knowing this site, we originally sent just 1, the most recent month, and we got the RFE.

For the RFE, we also sent 1 for the lastest month and we got approved 10 days after sending the RFE out.

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yeah don't send 24 months of bank statements.

3-4 Statements per year is fine just to show that you'had this account throughout the 2 yrs.

I think July 1st is too early...is not within 90 days. It also depends on how many days the mail takes to deliver your package. You don't wanna date your application as of July 1st. They will probably send it back....

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Statements for 24monts is too much IMOP.

You can do once every 3 months to show the continuing of the jointly acct.

We did our ROC before knowing this site, we originally sent just 1, the most recent month, and we got the RFE.

For the RFE, we also sent 1 for the lastest month and we got approved 10 days after sending the RFE out.

thanks! let me revisit the statements that I have and add 3 more for each year.

yeah don't send 24 months of bank statements.

3-4 Statements per year is fine just to show that you'had this account throughout the 2 yrs.

I think July 1st is too early...is not within 90 days. It also depends on how many days the mail takes to deliver your package. You don't wanna date your application as of July 1st. They will probably send it back....

I am going to have it Fedex 2 day service so it will be there July 3rd just before the holiday. my concern is that July 4th is a holiday and it might not get delivered on July 5th.

or maybe I am understanding it wrong, should USCIS receive my application before July 5th or after July 5th?


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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a few days early wont help you much, I would sent it within 90 days before the expiration date than few days earlier that might get the application rejected :)

If I were you, I would send it out on July 5th :)

Also, a cover letter listing what you send them is helpful, showing you are organized

Wish you all the best

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a few days early wont help you much, I would sent it within 90 days before the expiration date than few days earlier that might get the application rejected smile.png

If I were you, I would send it out on July 5th smile.png

Also, a cover letter listing what you send them is helpful, showing you are organized

Wish you all the best

i made a cover letter too itemizing the documents i have attached. thanks for your inputs!!!


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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