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Hello, 

 

Well, this will be a little bit of a complicated story so please bear with me. 

After filling my removal of conditions in February 2017 my Greencard finally arrived 2 years later on the 25 of March via priority mail. 

My problem now is that I received a letter the next Day (March 26) informing me of an upcoming Biometrics appointment.

I filled the I-90 on the 23 of March for never having received my Green Card in the first place after an officer at an Info-Pass appointment

I went too on March 21 told me to do so.

 

My question now is should I just log into my online account and cancel the I-90 request via a direct message or does calling them makes more sense???

I just can't believe what is happening...

 

2017 February filling removal of conditions 

 

2018 January Infopass (Passport stamp)

 

2019 March 21 Infopass appointment (Passport stamp/recommendation to fill I-90 from the officer)

 

2019 March 23 filling I-90 for never having received a green card.  

 

2019 March 25 Green Card arrives with priority mail. 

 

2019 March 26 letter for upcoming biometrics appointment arrives.

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If you already have your green card then you can call them, explain the situation and cancel your appointment.


K1

29.11.2013 - NoA1

06.02.2014 - NoA2

01.04.2014 - Interview. 

AoS

03.2015 - AoS started.

09.2015 - Green Card received.  

RoC

24.07.2017 - NoA1.

01.08.2018 - RoC approved. 

 

 

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I will call them this week and I just wrote them this message in my Uscis account: 

 

Dear Uscis officer,

I would like to cancel my I-90 form for green card renewal since I received my Green card via Priority mail on the 26 of March 2019.

 

Thank you very much

Regards

Christoph

 

Here a time line:

2018 July I received notice that I am a lawful permanent resident, and I should receive my permanent resident card

I called USCIS twice (in the fall of 2018 and winter of 2019) as I had not yet received my permanent resident card.

2019 March 21 Infopass appointment (Passport stamp/recommendation to fill I-90 from the officer)

2019 March 24 filling I-90 for never having received a green card. 

2019 March 25 Green Card arrives with priority mail.

2019 March 26 letter for upcoming biometrics appointment arrives.

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