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Hi everyone, I have some I-751 form questions. We are using the latest form I found at the USCIS website (Marked Expires 12/31/2019 in the upper right of the form).

 

 

1)      The form fee is $595 and the Biometric fee is $85. Do we only send a check for $595 with form I-751 or do we also include the $85 biometric fee? So one check totaling $680, or do we pay for the Biometric fee when we receive that notice?

2)      In Part 1(page 1) questions 2.x-3.x for “Other names Used” do we list any nicknames under the first name field and leave the last+middle name fields blank?

3)      In Part 1(page 1) question 12(Place of Marriage), Do we list just the town where we were married and not the state? The PDF will not allow us to enter a comma separating the town and state name.

4)      In Part 7(page 6) question 3, just to verify that the “Petitioner” is the person applying for the conditions to be removed?

5)      Part 7(page 6) field just under “Acknowledgment of appointment at USCIS Application Support Center”, the PDF will not allow us to type anything in the field. Do we simply hand write in the petitioner’s full name?

6)      Part 8(Page eight) for the spouses name field under Acknowledgment of appointment at USCIS Application support center, the PDF automatically cut/pasted my first/middle initials and the field cannot be edited. Does this field need a full name?

7)      Part 10(page 9), Do I as the US citizen fill in my information as the “Preparer” of the petition?

 

Is it OK to leave any fields that do not apply to us(we have no children etc) blank? Or should we hand write something in like “N/A” in every field we leave blank.

That is it! Thank you in advance for any help!

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15 hours ago, nhguy said:

 

Hi everyone, I have some I-751 form questions. We are using the latest form I found at the USCIS website (Marked Expires 12/31/2019 in the upper right of the form).

 

 

1)      The form fee is $595 and the Biometric fee is $85. Do we only send a check for $595 with form I-751 or do we also include the $85 biometric fee? So one check totaling $680, or do we pay for the Biometric fee when we receive that notice?

2)      In Part 1(page 1) questions 2.x-3.x for “Other names Used” do we list any nicknames under the first name field and leave the last+middle name fields blank?

3)      In Part 1(page 1) question 12(Place of Marriage), Do we list just the town where we were married and not the state? The PDF will not allow us to enter a comma separating the town and state name.

4)      In Part 7(page 6) question 3, just to verify that the “Petitioner” is the person applying for the conditions to be removed?

5)      Part 7(page 6) field just under “Acknowledgment of appointment at USCIS Application Support Center”, the PDF will not allow us to type anything in the field. Do we simply hand write in the petitioner’s full name?

6)      Part 8(Page eight) for the spouses name field under Acknowledgment of appointment at USCIS Application support center, the PDF automatically cut/pasted my first/middle initials and the field cannot be edited. Does this field need a full name?

7)      Part 10(page 9), Do I as the US citizen fill in my information as the “Preparer” of the petition?

 

Is it OK to leave any fields that do not apply to us(we have no children etc) blank? Or should we hand write something in like “N/A” in every field we leave blank.

That is it! Thank you in advance for any help!

1. One check totaling $680.00 (you may also pay by Credit Card or money order)

2. Other names - legal names 

3. We used CLEVELAND OHIO

4. YES, the petitioner/ conditional green card holder

5.  I filled out mine with Adobe Reader and it automatically put First initial of my first name (dot). first initial of my middle name (dot). last name, but you can just write it if it does not work for you.

6. No, exactly what i told you at number 5. You can leave it like that.

7. We did not put any info in the preparer's info as I, the Coditioanal Green Card Holder filled the app.

 

Personally we wrote N/A where it's not applicable for us

 

Hope this helps, 


I-129f/K-1 application     

·         October 30, 2015 – I-129F Sent

·         November 9, 2015 – I-129F NOA1

·         December 9, 2015 – I-129F status changed to “Case Was Approved”

·         February 4, 2016 – Medical Exam Completed

·         February 11, 2016 – Interview (APPROVED)           

·         February 17, 2016 – Visa in Hand (DAY 110) 

·         June 30, 2016 – POE in Detroit, MI (DTW)

·        July 20, 2016 – Got Married at City Hall 

·        August 27, 2016 Church Ceremony followed by Reception

 

 

AOS/EAD/AP application

·         August 3, 2016 - AOS, EAD, AP Sent 

·         August 10, 2016 - AOS, EAD, AP NOA1  

·         August 19, 2016 - Biometrics Appointment Letter Received     

·         October 12, 2016 - AP status changed to “Case Was Approved”         

·         November 9, 2016 - EAD status changed to “New Card Is Being Produced”

·         November 18, 2016 - EAD/AP combo card received in the mail. 

·         January 27, 2017 - AOS status changed to “New Card Is Being Produced” and a few hours later changed to “Case Was Approved”     

·         February 2, 2017 - Green Card received in the mail.

 

 

I-751/ROC application

·         October 9, 2018 - Received reminder notice dated October 3 from USCIS to apply for ROC

·         October 29, 2018 - I-751 Sent via FedEx

·         October 30, 2018 - I-751 was delivered and signed for

·         November 5, 2018 - Text notification received at 6:16 AM & Check was chased

 

 

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Thank you Alex!

 

So for my question 2-other names (they specify any nicknames ever used): do you mean list the nickname for the first name and enter the legal middle, last names? My wife has a couple of nick names and she listed them when we got the two year green card, so we are thinking we should relist them for the 10 year green card.

 

Say the nickname was Rocky, middle name James and last name Smith, we would enter first name=Rocky, middle=James and last name=Smith?

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1 hour ago, nhguy said:

Thank you Alex!

 

So for my question 2-other names (they specify any nicknames ever used): do you mean list the nickname for the first name and enter the legal middle, last names? My wife has a couple of nick names and she listed them when we got the two year green card, so we are thinking we should relist them for the 10 year green card.

 

Say the nickname was Rocky, middle name James and last name Smith, we would enter first name=Rocky, middle=James and last name=Smith?

Yes, if you used them when she applied for AOS, use those nicknames again, exactly how wrote them when she got the 2 year Green Card.


I-129f/K-1 application     

·         October 30, 2015 – I-129F Sent

·         November 9, 2015 – I-129F NOA1

·         December 9, 2015 – I-129F status changed to “Case Was Approved”

·         February 4, 2016 – Medical Exam Completed

·         February 11, 2016 – Interview (APPROVED)           

·         February 17, 2016 – Visa in Hand (DAY 110) 

·         June 30, 2016 – POE in Detroit, MI (DTW)

·        July 20, 2016 – Got Married at City Hall 

·        August 27, 2016 Church Ceremony followed by Reception

 

 

AOS/EAD/AP application

·         August 3, 2016 - AOS, EAD, AP Sent 

·         August 10, 2016 - AOS, EAD, AP NOA1  

·         August 19, 2016 - Biometrics Appointment Letter Received     

·         October 12, 2016 - AP status changed to “Case Was Approved”         

·         November 9, 2016 - EAD status changed to “New Card Is Being Produced”

·         November 18, 2016 - EAD/AP combo card received in the mail. 

·         January 27, 2017 - AOS status changed to “New Card Is Being Produced” and a few hours later changed to “Case Was Approved”     

·         February 2, 2017 - Green Card received in the mail.

 

 

I-751/ROC application

·         October 9, 2018 - Received reminder notice dated October 3 from USCIS to apply for ROC

·         October 29, 2018 - I-751 Sent via FedEx

·         October 30, 2018 - I-751 was delivered and signed for

·         November 5, 2018 - Text notification received at 6:16 AM & Check was chased

 

 

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