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Finally, I can breathe! I have my Green Card after 1 year and 1 month!

 

The story was quite "funny", my EAD/AP will expire at the end of June (as I explained in another post), and my AOS was pending since April 2016 -on USCIS site only showed Fingerprint was received- so my husband and I decided to apply for a EAD/AP card renewal. We were again at USCIS office for biometrics appointment on May 4. All fine. 

On May 6 I checked my AOS status again, as almost everyday since one year ago and I saw the miracle "My case was approved" and by May 9 "Card was mailed", and last Friday May 12 my GC was already on my hands!! I could not believed it, everything in a week. So happy right now and impressed how fast it was since the case was approved, even if it took a year, and we did not have an interview or anything. 

Although I wonder what is gonna happen now with those biometrics I took for the EAD/AP renewal. I know with the GC is all set but, should I call to let them know? I am a little lost here.

Now just waiting to apply to remove conditions in 2019! :-)

 

Yay!!!

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