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About Wooderz

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    Just two weirdos who have never given up on each other. We've spent countless hours on planes, too many tears and if I even try to count the money spent, there will be more tears.

    In the end it doesn't matter, he's my person and I'm his.

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  1. That’s terrible. I’m happy for you that you’re done now! I asked because a friend of mine had his n400 interview in August and his i751 is also still pending. They also can’t get any answers to what is going on and are not seeing any movement.
  2. Woah! What do you think caused the 5 year delay? What did you do during the 5 years to try to get your i751 processed?
  3. Great! I just started a new job so I don’t really want to take off if I don’t have to. I’ll save my time off for the oath ceremony. Can’t believe this whole immigration thing is almost over for us (fingers crossed). What a journey it’s been. We could not have done with without this community.
  4. Guys, silly question but really just looking for some reassurance. My husband’s I-751 is already approved. His n-400 interview was just scheduled for a few weeks out. We are filing under the 3 years rule. Do I, the USC spouse, need to attend the interview?
  5. Thanks girl! Hope you’ve been well! Sending all the positive vibes for you and everyone else waiting soon.
  6. No bio, they reused the previous bio. There are 2 different case status sites. My status on the old site (https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do) still had that error up until today when it changed to “card in production”. On the new site (https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/) my status has always and still does now say “case was received”. Uscis is a mess.
  7. No transfer. It was at csc the whole time. And he hasn’t filed the n400 yet either. Feeling like we got really lucky. I hope yours comes soon.
  8. Just got the email that my husband’s new card is in production! Approved today. Receipt date was April 9, 2018. Here’s to the rest of us being approved ASAP!
  9. Do you have an unrestricted social security card? If so, you can use that and a drivers license instead of your green card.
  10. They are wrong. But he has the stamp, so he’s good to go.
  11. Awesome! With the i-551 stamp he will have 2 options to show his employer. They can’t terminate him. The i-551 counts as a List A document for the i-9 and they are not supposed to re-verify that when it expires. He could also use his drivers license and unrestricted social security card as List B and C documents for the i-9. That won’t have to be re-verified either. (My husband also just started a new job 2 weeks ago during his roc process so I just did a bunch of research on this).
  12. Ok, so he showed them his expired green card plus one year extension letter when he started the job last week. That’s a different situation than an unexpired green card. Does he have an unrestricted social security card (a normal one, not one that says “valid for work only with dhs approval”)? If so, he can use that and a drivers license to prove his work eligibility. If not, get him an infopass appointment and get a stamp in his passport. For infopass appointments, I’ve always heard you need to check often and at different times of day/night for appointments to become available.
  13. Hi, did he show his employer his green card before it expired? Employers are not supposed to re-verify green cards if they are used as proof of employment eligibility on the i-9 at hiring. See question “Must I reverify an employee who presented for Form I-9 a Permanent Resident Card that expires in two years and contains conditions?” https://www.uscis.gov/faq-page/i-9-central-section-3-updating-and-reverification-rehires#t17076n47849 See question 13 https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/140-some-questions-you-may-have-about-form-i-9 Follow the advice given and make an infopass to get a stamp in his passport, but know that they can’t just terminate him because his green card expired, if that is what he used on his I-9.
  14. Mine is doing that too. Can you take it out of the envelope and put it in a plastic sleeve or folder so that it’s not folded at that crease anymore? At least then it won’t get worse.
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