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Pengunista

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  1. You can call the 1800 number of USCIS and ask them about it, they will be able to double check it for you.
  2. Would it be the one that’s on my notice date for I-797? If that’s not it then I’m mistaken, but 11/09/2018 is definitely wrong as my resident since date. 11/09/2018 is actually the date the USCIS received my I-485 packet.
  3. See I tried calling the USCIS to make an appointment but obviously the woman I talked to won’t help me unless I have those notice regarding my I-90 application. The mistake is in the date on the “resident since”. They put 11/09/2018 when I got approved on October 7, 2019. And since it’s a conditional green card the card expiration date is 11/09/2020.
  4. Nah you don’t need to bring another I-485 form. Just bring the original of the birth certificate, and marriage certificate just Incase they want to see it. Obviously being any other additional proof that you might have, like bills, and such. And no need for the I-693 as that doesn’t apply to you, but do bring the photocopy of the DS3025 just in case.
  5. Back story: I got my green card in the mail October 11, 2019. Noticed that it has the wrong “resident since” date. Looked online to see how I can correct it. October 12, 2019, mailed form I-90 along with my green card to USCIS Arizona. It got delivered on the P.O. Box on October 14. I still don’t have a notice text or email. My problem is I have an international travel on October 29. I know I can’t make an appointment to get the I-551 stamp until I get those notification/case number. Is there any other way for me to get an appointment without the notification ? The only thing I have to show is a screen shot that my application has been sent to USCIS Arizona, a photocopy of my green card front and back that obviously shows that they made a mistake.
  6. Buy the ticket in whatever name she has on her passport. Bring a marriage certificate to show name change when she hands over her green card.
  7. You have to be truthful all the time especially on your interview. I know it’s sad to see a relationship fall apart, but please don’t go to your interview and pretend that things are okay between the two of you. It’s unfair to other couples who jumps thru hoops just to prove to the immigration officer that their marriage is real.
  8. I suggest you file all of it together. That’s what I did. If you have any questions just let me know, I’ll try to help as much as I can.
  9. You will need to file forms I-130 andI-130A, I-485, I-131, I-765, I-864, and I-693. The I-693 you can wait till you have a have a date for interview. The rest you file all together. The forms I-131 and I-765 is free when you file it together with I-485.
  10. If you already sent out all you I-485 paperwork then you can wait till you get an interview date before you do your I-693. That’s what I did with mine.
  11. That’s the tricky part since I just mailed the I-90 back today and it won’t be delivered until Tuesday since it’s a holiday in Monday. I don’t know how long before I get a receipt, I have an international flight that leaves on the 29th of this month.
  12. Okay thank you! I went and did all the paper work last night so I can mail my green card back today. Looking at the processing time for I-90 made me sad, I’m hoping that since it was their mistake that it won’t take months and months for them to replace it. I have plans to go back to my country for a visit end of this month. I guess I’ll have to make an appointment for an info pass to see if I can get a 1551 stamp so I can travel.
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