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luna_azul0609

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  1. Ok, so I emailed saying that we only received the courtesy letter and we still need to receive the official 18 month extension letter. This was the response I got: ""On 09/30/2018, you or your representative contacted U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) about your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, because you did not receive your receipt notice. We mailed you a receipt notice to your address of record. and was not sent to the attorney because you do not have an attorney to represent you. The notice you received is an official receipt notice. A duplicate notice will be the same as the one you have. Thus, a duplicate will not be sent. We hope this information is helpful." 🙄...now what? I'm trying to remain calm but this is so stupid...😖
  2. Thanks for posting about this. I tried it and received an email confirmation saying to expect an answer by Oct 22nd. I guess I'll see what happens.
  3. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I can’t find a clear answer- what is the I-131 form for? Is it only needed if you are traveling outside of the U.S. for an extended amount of time?
  4. Same case here...received a courtesy letter dated 8/18 talking about how they already sent the letter but it's nowhere to be found 🙄🤷‍♀️ Husband has to renew his driver's license soon, I'm really hoping they accept the I-751 at the DMV
  5. Update: Went to the Milwaukee location and walked-in. Showed them the letter and was told that they could take us if they had time and we didn't mind waiting. We got there around 10:30 am and the place was packed. There were too many people in the waiting area so they asked some of the companions who were there to wait upstairs. My husband and I had made an Infopass appointment for noon, so we went upstairs and talked to the guy at the Infopass window and explained that my husband and I would be traveling and wouldn't be able to make the original appointment in 2 days. He just looked at our letter, cancelled our original appointment and made a new one for that day at noon, printed the new letter and told my husband to go back downstairs. Very nice guy and we were so thankful for his help. I stayed upstairs due to the crowding, but my husband just showed the newly printed letter and they gave him a clipboard to fill out his information and a number. Around 12, I went back downstairs to check and the room had cleared out a lot. His number was called around 12:20 and it took approximately 15 minutes for him to complete the biometrics. We received an email 2 days later from USCIS saying the biometrics were received.
  6. Just wanted to provide an update- we were able to walk-in- had to wait about 2 hours, but it's done!! Got an email from USCIS confirming biometrics were received.
  7. Hi Starsky, Our submission date was 2/28/2018, received the NOA1 on 3/13/2018 (dated 3/8/2018) and biometrics is scheduled for 5/24/2018. Filed through CSC. My plan is to see if my husband can do it early, if we're not able to do the walk-in, I'll go send the letter to reschedule right away. We do have to travel 2.5 hrs so hopefully they understand. Thanks
  8. Very cool, thank you. We don't mind waiting all day if we can get in at some point lol.
  9. Hi guys, My husband received his biometrics appointment letter, scheduled for May 24th. Of course, this happens to be a day we will be flying to another city, so we are looking at options for rescheduling. I see that we can send in the letter to reschedule, but we can make it to the ACS office on May 22nd. Do you think they will let us do the biometrics early? I scheduled an infopass appointment for the 22nd, I understand infopass appointments are different than biometrics, but in our case, they take place at the same office (Milwaukee) Should I send in the letter to reschedule, or keep it and try getting the biometrics done at the infopass appointment? If we can't get it done at the info pass appointment can I still send the letter to reschedule even if it's only 2 days before the original appt? I called the number on the letter to ask but the first agent hung up on my (since I wasn't my husband) and the second agent told me my husband could call and reschedule on the phone, is that true? Any advice would be appreciated.
  10. Hi guys, My husband received his biometrics appointment letter, scheduled for May 24th. Of course, this happens to be a day we will be flying to another city, so we are looking at options for rescheduling. I see that we can send in the letter to reschedule, but we can make it to the ACS office on May 22nd. Do you think they will let us do the biometrics early? I scheduled an infopass appointment for the 22nd, I understand infopass appointments are different than biometrics, but in our case, they take place at the same office (Milwaukee) Should I send in the letter to reschedule, or keep it and try getting the biometrics done at the infopass appointment? If we can't get it done at the info pass appointment can I still send the letter to reschedule even if it's only2 days before the original appt? I called the number on the letter to ask but the first agent hung up on my (since I wasn't my husband) and the second agent told me my husband could call and reschedule on the phone, is that true? Any advice would be appreciated.
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