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Mortgage denial due to expired extension letter on i751 application

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Timeline

 

Dec 2018 - submitted I751 to remove conditions on green card and received 18 months extension

Jan 2019 - Biometrics

Jan 2020 - Ready to schedule an interview

No update after that.

April, May 2020 - multiple calls to USCIS to get an infopass appointment, but they asked me to wait until last week of the expiration.

June 2020 - Extension letter expired

 

 

After it was expired, USCIS say due to covid19, only emergency appointments are allowed and a medical reason (surgery, death or similar), new employment offer or a employee termination letter will serve as an emergency that will allow to schedule an infopass appointment for ADIT stamping.

 

Recently, my disaster loan was denied because the small business administration couldn't verify me as a qualified alien. Due to covid19, business is very slow and it is very important for me to get the loan to keep my business afloat.

 

Tier 2 is going to call me this week and I want to know if mortgage denial letter from sba.gov is sufficient to qualify for an infopass appointment.

 

(not important) - Also, I'm eligible for N400 naturalization. I'm planning to submit N400 while I751 is also in process. Will there be any affect on either of it if I do that?

 

Please help. Thanks in advance.

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Filed: E-3 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi there, do you have any updates already?! I think that here you need help of a specialist 'cause it is a little complicated. Honestly I don't think that there have to be a problem with the expired letter. You can very easily extend it. So if you haven't found any solutions you can ask these Mortgage Broker Coventry guys for help. They can help you in any situations related to loans and mortgages. They are really good specialists and they'll guide you in your problem until it'll be solved. Like this, they helped my sister and she had no problems with the mortgage.

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