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I-751 Removal of Conditions Filing Overseas

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Hi Everyone.. :)

 

I have a few questions regarding filing of I-751 overseas. I hope someone could help me.  I'm on conditional residence status  currently living in u.s and my card will expires on Jan 2020, my 90 day period will start on Nov 1st. But the thing is my husband has am upcoming pcs move overseas, and we will move possibly second week of November. 

 

1. Can I file removal of conditions in Japan not later than November?

2. Do I need to change address on uscis even if I'm gonna used our new address in Japan when filing?

3. Where do I send I-751 packet if we live overseas?

 

Thank you so much in advance. :)

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Just now, Nitas_man said:

Problem with ROC and living overseas is biometrics

What do you mean? Do I need to do biometrics even if we send a fingerprint cards for the exception of military spouse living overseas?

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16 minutes ago, RMp said:

What do you mean? Do I need to do biometrics even if we send a fingerprint cards for the exception of military spouse living overseas?

No, you do not.  Please accept my apology.

 

And yes, you can file your ROC from overseas.  I was not military and she had to fly back for the biometrics appt.

 

We lived overseas for a long time however our permanent address was in the US and that is the one we filed with USCIS

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Posted (edited)
10 minutes ago, Nitas_man said:

No, you do not.  Please accept my apology.

 

And yes, you can file your ROC from overseas.

 

We lived overseas for a long time however our permanent address was in the US and that is the one we filed with USCIS

No worries. :) Thanks for the response.. I really appreciate it. last thing, does me and my military spouse need to change address in uscis after we move or it will be fine if we did not change it ,since we gonna put our new address on the form i751? 

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19 minutes ago, RMp said:

No worries. :) Thanks for the response.. I really appreciate it. last thing, does me and my military spouse need to change address in uscis after we move or it will be fine if we did not change it ,since we gonna put our new address on the form i751? 

Our US address was where our bank, vehicle registration, drivers licenses, credit cards, cell and phones, and other business was addressed to.

IF you do not have or need a US address for this then you both should update your address with USCIS.

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