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So My Wife and I completed her I-751 months in advance and sent it off End of December 2014. Checks cashed, interview with biometrics happened on Jan 22nd 2015, now we're waiting for her new 10 yrs green card.

She called USCIS and said they are backlogged from July and advised her to make an appointment. Her card expires and next available date is 3/27/15 which we made an appointment for.

Question is will she be able to work still? she is currently working... I need help...

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The Notice Of Action they sent you is 1 year extension of your expired greencard. Use it as proof of employment. You don't have to make any appointment unless you want a I-551 stamp on your passport. Good luck.


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Did you get the Form I-797 Receipt Notice, indicating that they received your ROC petition, paperwork, payment, etc.?

If so, please read the first paragraph of that receipt notice. It is your official notice of a one-year extension of the conditional resident status, including employment and travel authorization. KEEP THAT RECEIPT NOTICE IN A SAFE PLACE!

You are now waiting like the rest of us for either a RFE, an approval, or an interview. :clock: We just passed our six months of waiting at the end of February 2015. My wife has continued to work, and we have traveled to Canada (with her passport, expired Green Card, and the Receipt Notice).

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Did you receive a receipt notice, after sending off the stuff? In that receipt notice, is a 1 year extension notice, which she can show any employer.

Not get it, you say?

Get an I-551 stamp in her passport, at the local uscis office, get into the office via infopass appointment (see https://infopass.uscis.gov) and choose ANY reason that gets you into the appointment quickly- 'reason' not matter.


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do you mean I 797c ?

Did you get the Form I-797 Receipt Notice, indicating that they received your ROC petition, paperwork, payment, etc.?

If so, please read the first paragraph of that receipt notice. It is your official notice of a one-year extension of the conditional resident status, including employment and travel authorization. KEEP THAT RECEIPT NOTICE IN A SAFE PLACE!

You are now waiting like the rest of us for either a RFE, an approval, or an interview. :clock: We just passed our six months of waiting at the end of February 2015. My wife has continued to work, and we have traveled to Canada (with her passport, expired Green Card, and the Receipt Notice).

OP: While you are waiting, :time: It helps everyone that uses the forum, or is helped by the forum. :yes:

Good luck on your immigration journey.

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OK I found it! i was looking at the wrong document, the biometrics appointment letter. I found the I 797 of extension! thanks everyone!!!

That's good. Don't lose it! I fear that you, like many of us, are in for a long wait.

Yes, in this instance, the I-797 is the ROC petition receipt notice, the I-797c is the ASC Appointment Notice (biometrics).

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

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