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Yes, you can get it even after your extension letter expires. A lot of people don't even bother to get the stamp unless/until they have international travel planned. I'd suggest still going when you can though, just because it's always good to have up-to-date proof of your legal status.

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3 minutes ago, theanswerisdance said:

Yes, you can get it even after your extension letter expires. A lot of people don't even bother to get the stamp unless/until they have international travel planned. I'd suggest still going when you can though, just because it's always good to have up-to-date proof of your legal status.

Yeah I will do it as soon as my husband can take me to Norfolk. He is trying to get days off. Thank you for responding to my question.

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