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I got an info pass appointment but do I need it?

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I have recently filed for removal of conditions. I have a receipt number from the uscis only saying they received my fingerprint fee.  They haven’t sent me anything regarding my case other than that.  My green card has expired due to waiting on anything from the uscis.  What would an info pass appointment do for me? Is it worth driving to it?  

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What do you mean you have a receipt number saying fingerprint fee?

 

If you have a receipt number that usually means you got the NOA. The paper NOA should say how it extends your status. Fingerprint fee received message is usually displayed on the online status. Did you get a paper NOA? Did you read it?

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14 hours ago, Damara said:

What do you mean you have a receipt number saying fingerprint fee?

 

If you have a receipt number that usually means you got the NOA. The paper NOA should say how it extends your status. Fingerprint fee received message is usually displayed on the online status. Did you get a paper NOA? Did you read it?

On the uscis app it says my fingerprint fee was received. That’s it. I haven’t received any paper receipt notice in the mail.  On the uscis app it says the receipt notice was sent but I haven’t received anything in the mail. The uscis app is the only thing showing that I have applied for roc on green card 

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On 12/24/2018 at 3:17 AM, IandI said:

My green card has expired due to waiting on anything from the uscis.  What would an info pass appointment do for me? Is it worth driving to it?

Since the GC has expired you can ask for either an extension sticker on the GC or an I-551 stamp in your passport because you still have not received the receipt notice.

Extension sticker:

USCIS_Sticker.png

I-551 stamp:

Form_I551_stamp.jpeg

Edited by lummo

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