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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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Do you think i could use this as proof of my perm residency for FASA? (financial aid). I applied a while ago to help pay for my spring semester and they requested proof of residency - so i had my interview and now received this letter. I would wait for the greencard but im worried that it'll be too late by the time i receive it and we dont have the money to pay for the classes without a loan from fasa. Thanks.


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If you have received your welcome to America letter then your greencard is in the mail and on its way to you..... but back to your question.... no you cant use the welcome letter as it does not prove it is your letter.... they will only accept your Greencard, but you should get it very soon....

Kez

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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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Thanks - I hope it comes real soon coz im so worried that i wont make it in time. Out of curiosity ... how doesnt it proove its my letter when my full name, address and Alien reg number is on it? Thanks


OUR K-1 VISA JOURNEY

K1 Application

12-01-2006 I-129F sent priority USPS to CSC ... the real journey begins! (Day 1)

12-06-2006 NOA1 (Day 4)

03-05-2007 NOA2 - YAY!! (Day 89))

05-04-2007 INTERVIEW!!!!!! - APPROVED! (Day 149)

05-10-2007 Visa received (Day 155)

05-17-2007 ARRIVED IN PHOENIX (Day 162)

05-25-2007 Applied SSN

06-04-2007 Received SSN in the mail

06-14-2007 Passed driving test and now have my license

07-12-2007 MARRIED

07-24-2007 Changed name with SSA

AOS

05-31-2007 Appointment with Civil Surgeon for I-693A

07-16-2007 AOS sent to Chicago (received 07-18) (Day 1)

07-27-2007 NOA1 date (received 8/1) (Day 9)

07-30-2007 Check cashed (Day 12)

08-14-2007 Biometrics (Day 28)

11-29-2007 INTERVIEW DATE!!!!!! (Day 131) APPROVED

12-11-2007 Greencard Received

ROC

09-01-2009 I-751 sent to VSC (received 09-03) (Day 1)

09-04-2009 NOA Date (received 09-14) (Day 4)

09-08-2009 Check Cashed (Day 8)

10-05-2009 Biometrics @ Jackson MS (received 09-24) (Day 35)

01-08-2010 10 Year Greencard approved

01-19-2010 10 Year Greencard received

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Filed: Country: Brazil
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it will be there soon, don't worry. I got mine in about a week and a half


06.27.07: Package sent (AOS & EAD)

07.1.07: Package received

07.12.07: NOA for I-130, I-485 & I-765

07.17.07: Biometrics Appointment (went in early)

11.21.07: Interview appointment in downtown Los angeles aproval

12.03.07: Received green card in mail

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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... how doesnt it proove its my letter when my full name, address and Alien reg number is on it? Thanks

Because anyone can make up their own? With today's copiers and printers it really isn't too difficult to recreate a welcome letter.

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