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Hey guys  ,hoping everyone is doing good ..I arrived in the us 7 weeks ago n am still waiting on my conditional green green card  after paying for it the same day I came up..after calling uscis they said I should called them after a 120 days has passed..I got a nice  job but they need to see my greencard by the 15th of this month n I also need it to start school ?I tried creating a uscis account to track it but all efforts have been futile...can anyone provide me with a link please to track it online?

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34 minutes ago, Jer1234 said:

Hey guys  ,hoping everyone is doing good ..I arrived in the us 7 weeks ago n am still waiting on my conditional green green card  after paying for it the same day I came up..after calling uscis they said I should called them after a 120 days has passed..I got a nice  job but they need to see my greencard by the 15th of this month n I also need it to start school ?I tried creating a uscis account to track it but all efforts have been futile...can anyone provide me with a link please to track it online?

Assuming you are a CR-1 immigrant visa holder, when you arrived at the USA POE your visa/passport got stamped and your A# was written out over that stamp.  That is your I-551 Temporary Green Card good for one year.  You will have to educate those that need your green card that you do have one at this time.  

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47 minutes ago, Jer1234 said:

I got a nice  job but they need to see my greencard by the 15th of this month n I also need it to start school ?

You can work, etc. with the endorsed visa: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/temporary-i-551-stamps-and-mrivs

Immigrant_Visa_CBP_endorsement.jpg

It's a List A Document: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents/list-documents/form-i-9-acceptable-documents

 

Contact the US Department of Justice Immigrant and Employee Rights Section if they don't accept it: https://www.justice.gov/crt/types-discrimination

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56 minutes ago, HRQX said:

You can work, etc. with the endorsed visa: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/temporary-i-551-stamps-and-mrivs

Immigrant_Visa_CBP_endorsement.jpg

It's a List A Document: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents/list-documents/form-i-9-acceptable-documents

 

Contact the US Department of Justice Immigrant and Employee Rights Section if they don't accept it: https://www.justice.gov/crt/types-discrimination

You could contact the Justice Department and complain about your employer, but you might also think that's a bad way to start your career there.  Maybe just refer them to the link for acceptable I-9 documents and see what happens.


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12 hours ago, Juniper said:

Assuming you are a CR-1 immigrant visa holder, when you arrived at the USA POE your visa/passport got stamped and your A# was written out over that stamp.  That is your I-551 Temporary Green Card good for one year.  You will have to educate those that need your green card that you do have one at this time.  

Hey gm ..thank you I saw it written in the passport n tried to explain but she said she needed to see my greencard ...I'm going to call back thou n further explain 

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1 hour ago, angelbrown said:

Welcome to the US!! Agree what they ☝🏽said!

Hey thank you .  I hope all is well with u..I dont know If u remember me from the forum ...I called d employer n she said I should bring my passport..I also av a state id

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19 hours ago, Juniper said:

Assuming you are a CR-1 immigrant visa holder, when you arrived at the USA POE your visa/passport got stamped and your A# was written out over that stamp.  That is your I-551 Temporary Green Card good for one year.  You will have to educate those that need your green card that you do have one at this time.  

Thank you..they said I should bring my passport:)

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1 hour ago, Jer1234 said:

Hey thank you .  I hope all is well with u..I dont know If u remember me from the forum ...I called d employer n she said I should bring my passport..I also av a state id

Yup I do😁. Also, start building your evidence for ROC. It’ll be here before you know it!

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Lol I realize will do:)..I hope we can have a forum for that when its time

3 hours ago, angelbrown said:

Yup I do😁. Also, start building your evidence for ROC. It’ll be here before you know it!

Yes I realize..I hope we will have a forum for that when it time..all d best to u:)

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