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I am pretty sure my questions have been answered in some other threads but again many cases are not exactly the same.

My parents (both US citizens) have applied for me to get a green card. There has been some problems and eventually an I-824 form was sent sometime in 2013 (or maybe sooner).

On Friday February 13, 2015, my father forwarded an email from the US department of state. It gave me a number that starts with "PRS."

In the accompanying forwarded email, my father told me to wait for a letter from the US embassy. How long from February 13, 2015 until I get that letter?

My French passport will expire on August 27, 2015. Is it a good idea to start renewing right now? (stupid question I know).

What do I bring to the interview? (I have been told passport, police records, and that's it. Am I missing anything? Do those documents need to be translated?)

Is it true that once the beneficiary's passport is stamped, the stamp is just as good as a regular green card and the beneficiary can almost leave for the USA right away?

Thanks in advance.

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