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    New York

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    K-1 Visa
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    Texas Service Center
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    Syracuse NY
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  1. Hi VJ! Im looking to apply for naturalization under the 3 year rule as I married a US citizen and just received my PR card (with conditions removed obviously). I started working on the application tonight and I got to the question about what dates I’ve travelled outside the US in the past 3 years. Well, I’m a Canadian who lives 2.5 hours away from my home city so my husband and I go a lot. Not enough to void my PR status but I’d say every couple months for the past three years for a weekend and we always drive and cross the same land border. I have some of the dates tracked but not all. Is there a way the next time I cross the border they can give me a print of all the times I’ve crossed? This is probably wishful thinking but I feel like an idiot for not having all the dates written down (lesson learned now). Am I screwed? What’s my best course of action? I don’t NEED to apply for citizenship right now but I’d like to get this all wrapped up. Thank you in advance!
  2. Card arrived today and it looks so different than the 2 year green card!
  3. Hi All, i think I was the first April filer to get an approval. Just some small updates.. on 6/19 I got the update that my card was in production. A couple days after that I got that my card was sent. Then today I received a notification with tracking info. My card should be in my mailbox on Thursday! Woo!!
  4. So glad I was able to bring some light and happiness to this thread and process! Firstly, my case is pretty uncomplicated. I moved from a low fraud country (Canada), this is a first marriage for both my Husband and I, and we don't have any children. So I do think that helps. As for what I submitted - I didn't submit much: - The application itself - Deed to our house (that we bought together) - Health Insurance docs (he's on my insurance) - life insurance docs (where each of us are the beneficiaries) - Some photos - We had a couple family members write letters of support - saying how we're married, etc. but they weren't notarized or anything and that's about it. Hope this helps!
  5. Early April 2918 filer here. I was transferred from VSC to Texas on 3/19/19. It’s June 19 today and I just received a notification that my green card is being produced!
  6. Hello! We just got the electronic notification that our peition has been approved! But now I'm confused about the next steps are! I know that we have to wait to get our paper copy of the NOA2, and in a few weeks to start calling the NVC for a case number, then once we get that we have to wait till they send our case in the U.S. Consulate in Montreal... but then after that I'm a little lost (for the record I've looked at the K-1 visa flowchart but I'm still confused). What paperwork do I need to fill out? What is packet 3? What is packet 4? Do I have to schedule my interview or will the Montreal consulate do that for me? How far in advance should I book my medical? Thank you in advance for your help!
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