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Nipperswife

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About Nipperswife

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  • Member # 244746
  • Location Atlanta, GA, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Atlanta
  • State
    Georgia

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Vermont Service Center
  • Local Office
    Atlanta GA
  • Country
    Antigua and Barbuda

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  1. I took my medical report from my country to my doctor but it didnt matter. They will do blood work regardless and check what you have been immune against etc.. My report showed I had an MMR back in 1989 for example but they claimed I needed the MMR. so.. taking yours wouldnt matter.
  2. https://my.uscis.gov/findadoctor Find a doctor from the uscis website^ they will fill the form out, and be prepared to pay for vaccinations and the visit etc.
  3. I dont believe you need to report that but do as most people do and take the citation with you. Good Luck!
  4. I requested an infopass because my residency expires 11/30/20. Shortly an email response advising me that my case was at the atl field office, in response to my case inquiry. I called USCIS and the agent advised me that my case was at vermont, i asked her if she could not see the email that was sent to me earlier that day 11/19/20. I then told her about the email, and she stuttered and her response was that it is still in vermont but they requested an interview at the Atl field office. I was told when I got the temporary I-551 stamp 11/20/20, yesterday, that my case is indeed at the Atlanta field office. I did indeed do an AOS interview. But my question is for anyone else who has had the samething or is going through the same thing right now. They were unable to tell me how long it has been at the ATL field office and how much longer to expect to hear something. What I was advised however that I would never get mail that it transferred to the field office only when an interview is scheduled. Can anyone who has had this experience share?
  5. not at all. For example they recently announced changes for the citizenship questions but those that would be exempt are people over 64 that have had legal permanent residency for 20 years. You go for your citizenship when you are not only eligible, you can afford to and you are ready. You arent forced just because you received your initial 10 year greencard.
  6. thats required? I went through very swiftly though, i do not think that is required to be mentioned. You should be fine. Wish you well on your interview.
  7. You are in the same situation I was in, yes you do submit your social security number. This time that valid for work only with dhs authorization would be removed... WIsh you well.
  8. I went to the Infopass today y'all got my passport stamped. Also I found out that my case is now at the field office .. awaiting an interview *shrugs* Never received any mail, and was told that I would not receive mail until perhaps they schedule an appointment Will keep you guys posted.
  9. Okay guys,.... I have an infopass scheduled for tomorrow to get the I-551 stamp. Prior to submitting the infopass request I had submitted an inquiry. Today I received an email from USCIS advising me that my case is now at the ATL office awaiting an interview. Mind you, i received no such letter or update, my status has not changed neither on the app nor on the case status. So I called USCIS to find out if mail was sent out, but agent over the phone advising me that my case is still at the vermont center. smh.
  10. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) I recall the last time for my interview we got a month's notice. Yes that would worry me about no letter head.. i think i would have called them to confirm just to be safe. I am glad to hear some movement eventhough it isnt my service center. Did you have an interview initally with the AOS?
  11. I was looking for this forum and after I made a separate forum, I then went to my profile and found this smh. Please excuse me a little slow in the morning. Can you please help me understand some things please? Okay so I see that with mindthegap filed jointly but that ex spouse made some allegations to uscis and the reason for denial was filed incorrectly. that is just UNFORTUNATE, and I am sorry you had to go through that. I wanted an understanding of how and what a denial looks like and if they give you a timeframe to reapply by vs appeal a decision.... Did you have to wait before reapplying? Also for Kay21 was the denial because of improper filing also?
  12. I recently was responding to a forum and for the life of me I cant seem to find it. I believe it was a very short forum, recently opened and there were about two or three accounts that applied for the I-751 years ago, was denied and were reapplying and got an info pass for the stamp etc..... This one person that posted it was worried about the code stamped in their passport with the I-551 stamp. COA TR6. which really wasnt anything to be too alarmed about but.... My question is for those who experienced this. What is the reason for said denial? What does a denial look like? Did they say why it was denied? Also since immigration has allowed you to reapply, did you have a certain timeframe in which you needed to reapply by? I know you can appeal a decision but I thought only a judge can make that decision and then you reapply... There are literally hundreds of us still waiting per service center frustrated at the situation but then there are those of you who filed twice and I worry for you guys.
  13. Well When they called me back the second time because the first time when they called me it was a two week notice and i couldnt do that day.. however they called me on Monday this week.. 11/16/2020 and I was fortunate enough to get this friday 11/20/20.. so it all depends on the field office.
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