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Hey guys! my conditional green card expires on the 23th of this month. i sent my package (I-751 waiver) october 13th, and they received it october 16th. I know that it takes couple of weeks to get the NOA1 in the mail but should i do something before my gc expired, should i call them and let them know i already send my papers> pls help! THANKS!!!!

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If they received your package on the 16th you're in good hands. You may receive the NOA in the mail after the deadline but the NOA receipt date will still be dated around the 16th, whenever they processed the NOA. Hope it makes sense.

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Hey guys! my conditional green card expires on the 23th of this month. i sent my package (I-751 waiver) october 13th, and they received it october 16th. I know that it takes couple of weeks to get the NOA1 in the mail but should i do something before my gc expired, should i call them and let them know i already send my papers> pls help! THANKS!!!!

Today is 20 October, 2014, your GC expires in 3 days. You sent in your petition 7 days ago (coincidentally, that day was a Federal holiday), you say that they received it 4 days ago. Realize that I am speaking about calendar days, not business days. There is nothing to be gained by you letting them know that you already sent in the petition. Now, you have to wait until USCIS initially processes your petition packet, and issues a I-797 receipt of your petition, then mails it to you. Hopefully, it will show up soon.

Maybe you could set-up an InfoPass appointment and try to get your extension letter sooner. Though that might take a couple of days to arrange.

Good luck on your immigration journey.

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