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Greencard and Passsport for stamping

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I have 2 questions.

 

1. We have not changed the passport name of my spouse yet once she came to the USA in K1 and after marriage. The passport is in her old maiden name. The Greencard will be stamped on this passport right? Will they stamp it immediately and give back the passport or do they take time? How long will she get her passport back after they confirm in the GC Interview?

 

2. Her date is on Nov 18th and we have a flight on Nov 20th to go to Arizona. She has no other identity proof other than the passport. Will she have a problem if they take the passport at the time of Interview?

 

Thanks and appreciate if anyone could respond quickly.

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Emily2015 said:

I have 2 questions.

 

1. We have not changed the passport name of my spouse yet once she came to the USA in K1 and after marriage. The passport is in her old maiden name. The Greencard will be stamped on this passport right? Will they stamp it immediately and give back the passport or do they take time? How long will she get her passport back after they confirm in the GC Interview?

 

2. Her date is on Nov 18th and we have a flight on Nov 20th to go to Arizona. She has no other identity proof other than the passport. Will she have a problem if they take the passport at the time of Interview?

 

Thanks and appreciate if anyone could respond quickly.

 

 

 

Not sure if everyone can get a stamp even if they say they will approve you after the interview. If you guys don’t get approve on the spot, then there is no way they will stamp her passport.

 

she can travel domestically with just her passport. 

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1 hour ago, Emily2015 said:

1. We have not changed the passport name of my spouse yet once she came to the USA in K1 and after marriage. The passport is in her old maiden name. The Greencard will be stamped on this passport right? Will they stamp it immediately and give back the passport or do they take time? How long will she get her passport back after they confirm in the GC Interview?

It is not normal procedure for them to stamp the passport or even take the passport, except to verify her identity. Also, the green card is a not stamp. It is a plastic card the size of a driver license. You go to the interview, if approved they will send a paper notice a few days or weeks later and the green card will arrive in the mail. There is a stamp but it’s only used to replace your green card when it’s lost or expired or something 

 

1 hour ago, Emily2015 said:

2. Her date is on Nov 18th and we have a flight on Nov 20th to go to Arizona. She has no other identity proof other than the passport. Will she have a problem if they take the passport at the time of Interview?

They won’t take the passport. Use the passport to travel

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