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We waited for our second year anniversary to pass before my husband came into the US but his passport was stamped with CR1 instead of IR1. Granted it was only 5days after over anniversary. What can we do to have this corrected. Thanks

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2 minutes ago, Hypnos said:

Wait to see what the green card says when you receive it. They may fix the error by themselves and issue you an unconditional ten year green card, as they should. 

 

If you instead receive a two year conditional green card then you should file an I-90 seeking a corrected green card on the basis of a USCIS error. There would be no fee for doing so, and you could file online if you wished. 

Thank you so much for the information. I will wait and see what happens. I was hoping I will be done with paperwork for a while. 

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Seriously, hoping that in the processing of the GC they have edits to make it impossible to create a CR1 when the computer calculates the date of marriage with POE. 

 

There isn't a gray area where they can say 5 days isn't enough.  It's two years or it's not.  

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Just exactly what is it you're looking at that says CR1 except the visa itself?  The visa should be a CR1 visa.  The Green Card, should have a status of IR1.  What "stamp" are you referring to?


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4 hours ago, pushbrk said:

Just exactly what is it you're looking at that says CR1 except the visa itself?  The visa should be a CR1 visa.  The Green Card, should have a status of IR1.  What "stamp" are you referring to?

His passport was stamped upon entry with CR1 with expiring year of 2020 written with ink within  the stamped. He asked the IO why he wrote CR1 with that expiring date instead of IR and was told that’s the visa he’s coming in on so that’s what he has to put in the system. I was hoping there was a way to get that corrected before a GC is printed out. 

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5 hours ago, bakphx1 said:

Seriously, hoping that in the processing of the GC they have edits to make it impossible to create a CR1 when the computer calculates the date of marriage with POE. 

 

There isn't a gray area where they can say 5 days isn't enough.  It's two years or it's not.  

I hope so too. It will suck to have to do anymore paperwork after waiting to avoid more paperwork 

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11 minutes ago, selsiii said:

His passport was stamped upon entry with CR1 with expiring year of 2020 written with ink within  the stamped. He asked the IO why he wrote CR1 with that expiring date instead of IR and was told that’s the visa he’s coming in on so that’s what he has to put in the system. I was hoping there was a way to get that corrected before a GC is printed out. 

I don't know how to further prevent an error.  If they issue a card with CR1 status, file an I-90, send the card back and pay no fee.


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38 minutes ago, selsiii said:

Thank you.  I will do just that. 

Please let us know about the card when it comes, so we'll have more data to answer future similar questions.


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1 hour ago, selsiii said:

His passport was stamped upon entry with CR1 with expiring year of 2020 written with ink within  the stamped. He asked the IO why he wrote CR1 with that expiring date instead of IR and was told that’s the visa he’s coming in on so that’s what he has to put in the system. I was hoping there was a way to get that corrected before a GC is printed out. 

The stamp should expire in 2019. As it states on the actual visa itself, “upon endorsement serves as temporary I-551 evidencing permanent residency for 1 year”. The stamp has nothing to do with the date on the card. The stamp is just so that he can prove he is a permanent resident whilst he waits for the actual card.  


 

 

 

 

 

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I would just call to make sure that it is issued correctly. Why wait? I don't see the point in waiting. But that's just my 2 cent opinion. 


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