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    K-1 Visa
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    Lewisville TX Lockbox
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    Omaha NE
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    United Kingdom

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  1. There’s also no links in the email and it’s a do not reply email so if it isn’t legit I’m not sure what the scammers are hoping to get out of it!
  2. Hi, I received the following email today but there a couple things that make me wonder if this is legit or not. I sent in the form I-407 in December and this is the first time hearing anything. Firstly, the email address seems suspicious in the first place. Not sure what the Apple part is about. Second, their received date in the email is before they actually signed for it according to the postal tracking. Seems suspicious. Third, when I try to add the receipt number to my USCIS account they can’t find the receipt number. More suspicious. Lastly, I’ve never received any type of information from USCIS via email before. I’ve always received receipts by post which makes me question this. Does anyone know if this is a legit email? Anyone else received the same thing? Should I be getting a physical receipt of my abandonment of my greencard? It would be great if this is legit because I’ve been waiting ages for them to even acknowledge receipt of my form!
  3. How were you able to get the information over the phone? I never got the confirmation notice either so I don’t have a receipt number or anything to give them. Were you able to get your confirmation notice in the end?
  4. Hi, Were you able to get confirmation of your application having been processed? I’m having the same issue. It’s been longer than their stated processing time and still heard nothing.
  5. I’m having the same issue. My application and greencard was delivered on 4th Feb according to tracking, but I have received nothing since. The website says anything received before 8th Feb is outside of normal processing times but I can’t find a way to contact them. They have a link to contact them online about it being outside of normal processing times but it doesn’t have form i-407 as an option when filling out the info. For some reason Skype won’t let me call the USCIS number either so I’m not sure how to follow up on this. My understanding is that you get a notice which confirms the exact date in which it was abandoned. This is obviously very important because until then I have to continue filing US tax returns despite not having my greencard or living in the US! 🙄
  6. As mentioned in previous comments, it was just so that I would have the ability to move back to the US easily and quickly if my husbands parents suddenly got really sick and we urgently needed to move back to take care of them. I know I can reapply but it takes a long time to process which doesn’t help if I need it urgently. Unfortunately that’s not an option.
  7. Yes I agree it is over at this point, and I’m fine with that since I currently have no intention to move back there! It was more incase of an emergency sort of thing.
  8. Thanks for the information. This is what we would do if we ever needed to move back to the US. Like you said, it’s a very long process so it would have been nice to be able to keep it incase we need to move back urgently to care for my husbands parents or something. But I know that’s not possible so I’ll have to officially abandon it! Thanks all for the confirming what I already knew! 😊
  9. Yes that’s my understanding also. Just wondered if there was anything I was missing before I officially abandon it. I guess there isn’t! Haha
  10. As of now I’m not planning on returning to live there, but it’s just as my husbands parents get older it would be useful to keep it so that I could easily and quickly move back there if needed. My understanding is that I can’t renew it now I’m not a resident but I just wanted to see if there is anything I missed before I abandon my greencard officially.
  11. Hi all, I moved to the US on K1 visa and eventually got a greencard via marriage. After living in the US for 2.5 years, my US husband and I decided we wanted to move back to the U.K. (where I’m from). We did that in May of this year. My conditional Greencard expired a month after we moved back to the U.K. and as far as I’m aware I can’t renew it because I'm no longer a U.S. resident. Therefore, I have to officially abandon my greencard. Before I do that I just wanted to check with anyone who might have done the same if there is any way I CAN renew it while living in another country? Is there anything I have missed? What do I need to know about the consequences of officially abandoning my greencard (besides the obvious that I can’t live and work in the US anymore)? Thanks!
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