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Green Card Approved!.. I have some questions

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After our having our original interview cancelled due to COVID last year, we finally had our AOS interview and was approved! Woohoo! I’m am curious if my wife will receive the 2 year conditional or 10 years card? We’ve been married for over 2 years and 1 month and just got her green card approved yesterday. 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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5 hours ago, MM&MP said:

After our having our original interview cancelled due to COVID last year, we finally had our AOS interview and was approved! Woohoo! I’m am curious if my wife will receive the 2 year conditional or 10 years card? We’ve been married for over 2 years and 1 month and just got her green card approved yesterday. 

I just had my green card interview a couple days ago. The officer interviewed us is a 30something years old gentleman, he apologized for our long waiting( It took over 3 years to get my K1 visa approved, it took over 2 years to get final green card interview), then he started to ask us questions......I started crying when he told us I would be receiving a 10 years green card instead of 2 years conditional green card, by then all those memories in my mind started to play back like films, I said to my partner "Bill, did you hear what officer just said, it's a 10 years green card, not 2 years one", we both cried at that moment.

Anyway, it seems that officer interviewed us is some sort of supervisor, he even told us that my cased would be proved in at most 2 days, which turned out to be true. So I'll be receiving a 10 years green card in a couple weeks(officer told us that as well). My partner and I have been together for 16 and half years, officer interviewing us even said we have made a long journey  in all these years.

All cases are different in one way or another. I don't know how they make decisions whether to give your wife 2 years or 10 years green card.  I wish you a good luck.

Edited by Alienbiteme

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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5 hours ago, Alienbiteme said:

 

All cases are different in one way or another. I don't know how they make decisions whether to give your wife 2 years or 10 years green card.  I wish you a good luck.

All cases might be different but NOT on this issue.  They make the decision based on the age of your marriage when approved.   Nothing subjective about this. 

 

 

Edited by payxibka

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Singapore
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7 hours ago, MM&MP said:

Thank y’all for the responses! Yes, we are expecting the 10 year.. we’ll keep y’all updated!

Fingers crossed; good luck!


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