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Apply for new jobs while ROC is pending

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Good morning,

 

I filed my ROC back in September 2017 and have yet to receive my new green card. 

While that is frustrating in itself, I find myself unhappy at my current job and would like to apply for new jobs. 

I understand that my dream job at the post office requires me to have my conditions removed before I can apply, but am I allowed to apply for a new job and what would I use to prove I am a legal resident simply waiting for my new card? 

The 12 month extension letter expired in September and I never received a new 18 month one (but since it has been more than 18 months anyways, it doesn't matter). 

Thanks in advance! 


I-751 Sent : 2017-09-07

I-751 NOA1 : 2017-09-14

Greencard Received : 2019-05-17

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I would call USCIS and/or make an appointment at the local USCIS office.  You need a stamp in your passport or an update extension letter as evidence of your status as a legal resident.


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2 minutes ago, missileman said:

I would call USCIS and/or make an appointment at the local USCIS office.  You need a stamp in your passport or an update extension letter as evidence of your status as a legal resident.

^^^ Yes!  The stamp would be your proof of status which is prudent to have.

 

If your SS card is unrestricted, I believe you can use that and a driver license/state ID for i9 purposes at other companies, but the stamp is something you should have regardless :)

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