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    Tanish got a reaction from lala52 in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    I just completed my biometrics.
     
    The representative shared the co-relation between the 'Code' (available on biomentrics appointment letter) and how many fingerprints are taken at the ASC. I am not sure if this information is already posted here or not, but here it is.
     
    Code = 2: 1 finger on right hand
    Code = 3: All fingers on both hands
    Code = 5: 4 fingers on right hand
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    Tanish got a reaction from kivasbeauty in Tax filling   
    It's called amended return and you can use 1040X. It can not be filed online. It has to be filed on paper.
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    Tanish got a reaction from TBoneTX in Is it necessary bring all time the Green Card?   
    It's not about how many times people encounter the scenario where an LPR has to produce the proof. It doesn't matter if the possibility of encountering this scenario is only 1%, if it happens to you (by you, I mean anyone) then you have to face consequences. It is never a good idea to advise someone not to follow the instructions, because if OP doesn't carry the GC with them all the time and they encounter the situation where they have to provide the proof, they will face the consequences.
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    Tanish got a reaction from Eugenia2017 in Should I file now?   
    Instead of rescheduling the interview, you can delay the NVC process by filing different forms (DS-260 etc.) as late as possible and not filing all the forms at the same time. You can delay he NVC process up to 1 year as you mentioned. 
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    Tanish reacted to millefleur in Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center)   
    YES!! Got an update: 
     
    Interview Was Scheduled
    On September 4, 2019, we scheduled an interview for your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number MSC1990XXXXXX. We will mail you an interview notice. Please follow any instructions in the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.
     

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    Tanish got a reaction from Ring of the lord in Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center)   
    Finally!!!!
    Case is ready to be scheduled for Interview. Unfortunately there's a long wait for interview at Dallas field office. Earliest I know someone waiting to be scheduled for an interview is 5/29/2019. @missileman, have you heard anything back yet regarding your interview?
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    Tanish got a reaction from snow108069 in Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center)   
    ASCs don't conduct interviews, local field offices do. You might want to search for your nearest one. Also, to expedite the process, now USCIS is assigning interviews to other nearby local offices as well.
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    Tanish got a reaction from Ring of the lord in Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center)   
    Sure. I will do it over the weekends
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    Tanish got a reaction from Luckydog in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    My Biometrics was completed on July 22, 2019 and my status also changed on myUscis portal on July 24, 2019. https://myaccount.uscis.gov/
    My status on https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/displayLogon.do is still the same. "We received your case"
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    Tanish reacted to arken in Petitioner taxes in India   
    My this response may get taken out by mods, before they see and do,couldn’t stop myself from responding just for fun.
     
    Your “i’m on my cellphone, between patients” for post title mistake is much better than the other-way around like
     
    “You amputated my left leg!!!, it was supposed to be the left hand”
     
    ”i don’t know, I’m on my cellphone, between VJ Posts and damn responses”
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    Tanish got a reaction from nyba717 in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    I just completed my biometrics.
     
    The representative shared the co-relation between the 'Code' (available on biomentrics appointment letter) and how many fingerprints are taken at the ASC. I am not sure if this information is already posted here or not, but here it is.
     
    Code = 2: 1 finger on right hand
    Code = 3: All fingers on both hands
    Code = 5: 4 fingers on right hand
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    Tanish got a reaction from Phoenix777 in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    I just completed my biometrics.
     
    The representative shared the co-relation between the 'Code' (available on biomentrics appointment letter) and how many fingerprints are taken at the ASC. I am not sure if this information is already posted here or not, but here it is.
     
    Code = 2: 1 finger on right hand
    Code = 3: All fingers on both hands
    Code = 5: 4 fingers on right hand
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    Tanish got a reaction from arman597 in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    It really depends on the ACS center. Some centers take walk-ins and others don't. I personally didn't go earlier than the appointed date. Some have gone and done walk-ins and some were denied walk-in requests.
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    Tanish got a reaction from arman597 in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    You are welcome. BTW, it doesn't change status when they send you biometeics appointment letter. After your biometeics appointment is over, it changes status that they have reviewed your biometeics and processing your case now or some other status if there is an issue with biometeics.
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    Tanish reacted to HRQX in My wife didn't pass her CR-1 interview today...   
    "Note: Present and former residents of the United States do NOT need to submit any U.S. police certificates." https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/collect-and-submit-forms-and-documents-to-the-nvc/step-5-collect-supporting-documents.html
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    Tanish got a reaction from Dashinka in My wife didn't pass her CR-1 interview today...   
    OP applied for IR-1/CR-1 Visa. This is not just applicable for K1. This is required at NVC stage. Since you are in US already and I am not familiar with the process when the beneficiary does AOS (Adjustment of Status) within US, I wouldn't comment on that. Someone who's more qualified in that regards will answer your question. (I would obtain a PCC from Combodia, if I were you)
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    Tanish got a reaction from jaya_razz in USCIS 2019, Q2   
    Agreed with everything but the children aspect. I don't think just because someone doesn't have kids for 2 years after getting married, that means ill-intent. There are lots of reasons to not have kids for more than 2 years. Some couples can't conceive for years.
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    Tanish got a reaction from Tunisian_tunisia in I-751 June 2019 Filers   
    I received my biometeics 23 - 24 days after USCIS received my case. It does vary from case to case. Also, it is not necessary that tou will be required to provide biometrics. There have been cases recently where they didn't require biometeics for I-751.
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    Tanish got a reaction from Jorgedig in US Citizenship   
    Yes, I noticed that as well. I guess what they say about Florida is true. 😂
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    Tanish got a reaction from Allaboutwaiting in US Citizenship   
    Yes, I noticed that as well. I guess what they say about Florida is true. 😂
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    Tanish got a reaction from jamrep in US Citizenship   
    Yes, I noticed that as well. I guess what they say about Florida is true. 😂
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    Tanish got a reaction from NotAFish in i-130a interpreter question   
    You can put your name as a preparer.
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    Tanish got a reaction from new yorker87 in sponsoring another spouse after removal of conditions   
    What I was referring to is, if you are already married for 2 years or more when the beneficiary enters USA, they will be given 10 year GC and not 2 years conditional GC, which would eliminate the requirement to file for ROC.
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    Tanish got a reaction from new yorker87 in sponsoring another spouse after removal of conditions   
    You can, but you might want to look at the timeline between a Permanent Resident sponsoring a spouse and a USC sponsoring one. You may want to wait until after you become a USC. Alternatively, you can get married and wait until you are a USC to sponsor your spouse, that way you will have been married for more than 2 years and you can avoid going through ROC process again.
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    Tanish got a reaction from arken in I-864 approved - but told I don't meet income requirement   
    It is advisable in this situation that you arrange for a co-sponsor. The final decision is up to CO, so I wouldn't take a chance. 
     
    You can upload the co-sponsor form on the NVC portal and take a copy to the interview (same as what you asked)
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