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my husband never got an NOA1 for his I765 ap. He did get a biometrics letter, went to the appointment and all was well. Well, he lost his job :( So...he is now looking for a job and I know there is going to be an issue with his expired GC. We also only have a SS card that says he has to have DHS permission to work. What should we do? Make an infopass appointment? I just don't want to hinder his ability to get a new job. Thanks for your help :)


Lifting Conditions- Nebraska Service Center

3-22-2007: Sent out I-751

3-24-2007: Received at NSC

3-27-2007: Official USCIS received date

3-30-2007: Both checks cashed and case number received

4-05-2007: NOA1 received in mail with correct case number

4-05-2007: NOA1 case number works online

4-06-2007: Received Biometrics appointment notice

4-17-2007: Biometrics Appointment and TOUCHED :)

5-02-2007: Greencard expires

Dec 2007: Received extention until Dec 2008

5-09-2008: Card production ordered!! FINALLY!!!

Naturalization!!!!

Finally getting around to N-400... Filed under 5 years of PR status

5-11-2010: Sent out N-400 - Phoenix, AZ Lockbox

5-13-2010: Received at Lockbox

5-25-2010: Checks Cashed :)

5-28-2010: NOA received but case number doesn't work

6-04-2010: Case number works online and says RFE sent 6-2-10

6-07-2010: Received letter for biometrics

6-22-2010: Biometrics appointment

7-24-2010: Received interview letter

8-26-2010: Interview-PASSED!!

9-30-2010: Oath Ceremony Indianapolis

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Germany
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USCIS usually issues a kind of letter / receipt note that states he filed for lifting of conditions and extend his GC for one year, meaning he is allowed to work and travel during this time.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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my husband never got an NOA1 for his I765 ap. He did get a biometrics letter, went to the appointment and all was well. Well, he lost his job :( So...he is now looking for a job and I know there is going to be an issue with his expired GC. We also only have a SS card that says he has to have DHS permission to work. What should we do? Make an infopass appointment? I just don't want to hinder his ability to get a new job. Thanks for your help :)

Because he has a restricted social security card, an I-551 stamp in his passport is the only way he will be able to show eligibility to work.

It's InfoPass time.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Germany
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Get the passport stamped! You should have done that by now anyway, as you have to be able to produce some kind of evidence of your legal status at all times.


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Mar 06, 2007: mailed I751!

Mar 09, 2007: I751 arrived at TSC

Mar 13, 2007: checks cleared bank

Mar 24, 2007: biometrics receipt dated Mar 09

Mar 28, 2007: NOA1 dated Mar 09

Mar 28, 2007: biometrics letter dated Mar 22

Apr 06, 2007: biometrics appointment

(Oct 09, 2007: called USCIS: service request sent to TSC)

Jan 31, 2008: case transferred to VSC (last touch date changed from 04/07/07 to 02/01/08)

Feb 01, 2008: touch

Feb 04, 2008: touch

(Feb 05, 2008: infopass appointment)

Feb 07, 2008: transfer notice dated Feb 01, 08

Feb 13, 2008: touch (Current Status: This case is now pending at the office to which it was transferred.)

Feb 25, 2008: touch

Apr 11, 2008: approval email! (only took 1 year, 34 days!)

Apr 13, 2008: 2 more approval emails

Apr 16, 2008: email notice: "Approval notice sent"

Apr 18, 2008: MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!!! card received!

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04/22/2010 N400 mailed

05/05/2010 check cashed

05/07/2010 NOA1 dated 05/04/2010

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Get the passport stamped! You should have done that by now anyway, as you have to be able to produce some kind of evidence of your legal status at all times.

Actually, look at the sig -- the husband has the I-751 NOA1, which is evidence of legal presence. It's the EAD (I-765) NOA1 that he doesn't have (hence the restricted SS card). The I-751 NOA1 and an expired green card are not among the documents one can produce to show employment eligibility. The choices in our cases are either an unrestricted SS card or a passport with the I-551 stamp.


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