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  1. Never thought I would be making one of these! But this is one side of things I haven't really looked into. Just received advanced notice from my boss (off the record) that the people above him are thinking of making me redundant! Yay! (Apparently taking the initiative and asking for more work to do was the wrong move; even though everyone else is overworked they're taking the opportunity to let me go - stellar logic right there.) Gripes aside...I actually have no idea where this leaves me. Redundancy might not be for a few weeks, no one has officially spoken to me so I'm just trying to get my ducks in a row and figure out as much as I can in advance. And hope maybe I'll get lucky and Potomac will get a move on and approve me before I need to really worry about any of it. Which leads me to the question; what should I expect while trying to get a new job with an expired green card? I feel like the answer should be pretty straight forward - that with an expired green card and a valid extension letter everything should be pretty smooth sailing, but after getting bad news everything feels a bit intimidating so I suppose I'm looking for someone else to confirm that!
  2. Hey Everyone, Thought I would start this thread for all my fellow October filers. Hope we can all share our progress along the way while also helping each other out, if any of us have any questions. We sent out our I-751 package yesterday. Was pricey to send it express mail but my husband was fed up with me only fiddling with it and making changes, so he was relieved to get it out of the house lol. Our package consisted of: Cover Letter Personal Check for 680 G-1145 Form I-751 Conditional GC - mine US Passport - hubby Marriage Certificate Bank Cards for Joint Acc Bank statements for checking account from the last two years Bank statements for savings account from the time it was open to present 2020 & 2019 tax returns with W-2 2020 & 2019 tax transcript Hubby’s drivers permit along with his previous ID showing current address My ID showing current address Renters Insurance for the Year 2020 Letter from landlord explaining our rental agreement Cable and phone bill for the last two years Credit cards for our Joint Acc Credit card statements for the last two years showing our activities Insurance cards for two years and also info on our current plan Two affidavit letters (only thing we sent that was original) 20 pictures That’s pretty much it. It’s a pretty big package with all the statements. We debated back and forth on what to send and after reading from people’s experiences here, we decided to be safe and send everything. Our package should get there by end of day Monday. Hopefully we’ll receive a notification by Tuesday at least. Will post any updates as this process goes along. Hope everyone else will as well. Best of luck to all of you!
  3. Hi guys, I know it's a bit too early to start the forum for Dec filers 😂 but I figuered we can share our package lists and stuff, even feelings 😘 I've been collecting proof for this since AOS 🙃 I saved anything that's related to our marriage, so I could be less stressed out when it's close to the time for filing. My GC will expire on Feb 28, 2022. The earliest day I can send out my application is Nov 30. I plan on sending it out on Dec 1st. I will share my timeline when I do. Here's the USCIS link if you aren't sure when: https://www.uscis.gov/forms/filing-calculator-for-form-i-751-filing-jointly-with-your-spouse
  4. We have been waiting over a year for Nataly's 10 year green card. It arrived in the mail today in a USPS priority mail envelope. No interview, no notification from USCIS. Is this normal? It's great timing considering that we have filed the N-400 and we have our interview next Thursday, April 27. I just thought we might get a NOA from USCIS for the approval. but we'll take it. She's all ready for the citizenship test next week and hopefully she will be sworn in very soon! Best of luck to all!
  5. Hi everyone, and thank you for a fantastic and informative forum. I'm almost done assembling my I-751 package, I can send it in in late May at the earliest. I have tried to follow @Rocio0010 excellent table of contents 🙏. It's been most helpful ⭐️ I'm wondering if affidavits from friends or family members are necessary to include? /Kind regards Molle
  6. Hello, We got an update on our case and it says interview has been scheduled. We are freaking out not sure on why we have to do the interview We had attached our chils birth certificate, marriage certificate, 2018 2019 2020 tax returns , bank statements with our names on it , leasing agreement with both our names in it, and insurance papers for both of us beneficiary of each other, tickets and family pics Am not sure if its lack of evidences. Do you guys have any suggestions on how we should prepare for the interview?
  7. Hi everybody! My lawyer, who filed I-751 on my behalf is retiring end of this year. I guess it indicates how long I-751 processing times are 😃 I checked G-28 form, and it had one box checked: "I request that USCIS send original notices on an application or petition to the business address of my attorney or accredited representative as listed in this form." 1. Does this mean only notices, including potential RFE and / or interview notice are sent to attorney? 2. Does this mean GC itself is sent to my address (didn't check boxes 1.b., 1.c. on G-28)? 3. What should I do if RFE / interview notice is sent and I want to use lawyer? Do I need to send new G-28? I asked for a copy of my full file from the law office for the future use. Are there any other things I need to consider? Do you have any recommendations? Thank you
  8. Hey everyone. I had put up another post and I am so thankful everyone in this community is so helpful! I would like to share an edited version of Cover Letter we have and the evidence, to get some opinions, as we have been so stressed about making sure we have enough evidence before we send. It needs to be sent by 6th September but I want to get it sent asap, this week if possible. "Dear USCIS Officer: I am filing a joint Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, with my spouse. My wife entered the United States on a CR1 visa on September 6th 2020. We respectfully request that this petition be accepted for removal of conditions on residence for Shannen. Please also find the following documents enclosed to verify the status of our marriage and ongoing relationship: Check for $680, including filing fee of $595 and biometric fee of $85. Form I-751 Form G-1145 Copy of Permanent Resident Card (front and back) Copy of our marriage certificate Copies of both of our Driver’s licenses/ID (front and back) Copy of apartment rental agreements with joint occupancy (2020-2022) Copies of the tax statements for the previous two years (2020 and 2021) Copies of Shannen's W2 forms Copy of Life Insurance showing that my wife as the beneficiary Copy of Rental insurance showing coverage for both myself and my wife Copy of our Car insurance certificate showing we are both insured Copy of our Health Insurance coverage for me and my wife. (2021-2022) Copy of new Health Insurance, showing both myself and my wife are insured under her job’s health insurance. (2022) Utility bills in my name and some in my wife’s name. Letter from State of Texas Department of Public Safety addressed to petitioner, to show proof of address Letter from Texas Toll addressed to me, to show proof of address Four sworn affidavits by U.S. citizen friends and family, attesting to our relationship and marriage -Name of father -Name of brother -Name of friend -Name of friend Birthday and anniversary cards we have written to each other since my wife moved to the U.S. Screenshots of our social media pages showing our ongoing marriage and relationship. Photographs include: -Our Wedding (August 2019) -Our Honeymoon to Universal Studios, Los Angeles (September 2019) -A vacation to see Shannen’s family in Ireland (August 2021) -Thanksgiving with my family (November 2021) -Our friend’s wedding (May 2022) -My wife Shannen’s birthday in (June 2022). I appreciate your prompt attention to this matter and respectfully request your favorable adjudication of this petition." -We recently opened a joint bank account since we never really considered having one, we decided to just go ahead and open it but since it's recent, we don't have much to send away. Would we be best to explain why we hadn't set up a joint account until recently, or even send our own personal statements? -We have printed about 35 photos and written dates, locations and names on the back but I read something that they need to be printed on paper, would that be best? -Utilities are mostly either in his name or my name, as he was paying most of the bills, we hadn't considered that they would need to be in both names, so we hadn't adjusted it. Will this be an issue? We are open to suggestions and tips, please let us know if there is anything else that we should change or consider as we want to make sure we provide as much evidence as we can.
  9. Hello, My husband and I are getting our packet ready to file for Nov 10th. i am am almost done building it but im not sure what to put the packet in. i have a report cover that can fit about 150 pages and sheet protectors to protect the papers along with dividers to show where things are. is that too complicated for them? i did it the same way for K1 Visa and AOS.
  10. Hello, I got my SSN card when I first moved to the US. I don't know the specifics because at the time we had a lawyer (we now do not) who guided us through the process but he got me a temporary work and travel visa and when I got my SSN card that was all I had as documentstion. Now I have my 2 year greencard which is currently expired but I have the 24 month extension letter so it really expires in a year. But when I went to get a job recently I saw that my SSN card had a "valid for work only with DHS authorization" stamped on it. When I was doing some research online I saw that as a permanent resident greencard holder I should be able to have a regular SSN card. Is this true? Do you know the best way to go about getting this corrected? Thank you.
  11. Hello, I have been married for 4 years and am just now getting around to updating my passport to my married last name with my country of origin as I had recently paid for a 10 year passport and wanted to get as much mileage out of it as possible. I am heading in to get it updated to my married name tomorrow and it's just occurring to me now that I might need to let USCIS know of my passport change. DO I need to do this? If so how? Thanks for any help.
  12. Hello, I am not sure if there already is a I-751 November 2021 Filers Group yet but we are submitting our ROC package November 10th and this is what our package consist of: Payment in the amount of $680.00 (I-751 application and biometric fee) G-1145 (e-notification of Application/Petition Acceptance I-751 application Front/back copy of Permanent Resident Card, Copies of California ID’s, and Driver License Copy of my Husbands California Learners Permit Certified Copy of Marriage Certificate Copy of Joint Federal and State Tax Returns (2019 & 2020) Print out of My Work Benefits for Joint Insurance (Health, Vision and Dental and Life Insurance) Showing my Husband as the Beneficiary. Letter from our bank confirming our joint bank accounts 24 Months (quarterly) of Personal Checking account Statements 24 Months (quarterly) of Personal Saving account Statements Letter from our bank stating the name change of our bank Copy of our Lease Agreement Copies of most recent rent invoices Copy of family cellular Phone Plan and statements Copies of Credit Card statements showing we are authorized users and a letter explaining why we haven’t charged until this year. Four affidavit letters Photos
  13. Hello, my lawyer filed my I-751 divorce petition to USCIS on Sep 26 2021. My case updated to fingerprint yesterday. I found the error that she filed I-751 with missing information on the form. I have couple question about the I-751 divorce petition form. I prepared the document except I-751 form. lawyer checked box only my marriage was entered in good faith , but the marriage was terminated through divorce or annulment. and leave the blank on Part 4 (relationship 1.a and 1.b. and other information 2.a. 2.b 2.c 3 4 5 6). Lawyer insisted I submit the petition by myself, so he leave blank in previous case and it was correct direction. However, in my opinion, I need to fill out all info.. Can you guys help which one is correct. I also checked box on I resided other address after I receive permanent resident card. However, He didn't provide additional info( address and duration) on additional page. What do I do? I don't know which one is correct Once the form is wrong, is there any option to revise the form and submit to USCIS? Please help me !! Thank you
  14. Hey guys. We filed back in 2020 of January and finally got some kind of response back this far into 2021. They hit us with an RFE despite the evidence we gave. Apparently according to the Officer that got his hands on our case; the Lease of our apartment 'did not appear as if there was intent to renew(Dude really?) and does not cover the entirety of our marriage'. Crazy thing is; we waited to put her name on the lease until we could change her last name to mine. SS dept didn't give us an update until middle of the year in 2018 (We got married in 2017). Not to mention that We had no choice but to wait until the Lease was about to renew before I could add another person to it. We even explained this to an officer during our AOS interview in Charleston back in 2018 and he understood completely. So the furthest back we have is 2019. And because our joint bank accounts only consisted of transfers (I.E. my Wife and I, transfer money into that account to save up to buy a house together) they didn't consider it enough evidence to prove commingling of our finances. That felt like a slap to the face, considering we submitted our recent IRS tax returns signifying that we were indeed filing Jointly. Right now We're gathering Photocopies of our Driver's Licenses that have our matching address on it. Copies of our renter's insurance that has both of our names on it. Having our Life insurance policy mailed to us so we can send them copies. A copy of her name put on the Electric bill. Sadly, from the look of the picture sent to me by the agent, they had her listed as 'C/O' but her name is highlighted and states "Handling Business" next to it. and a couple of friends agreed to write Affidavits for us. Any other suggestions? I honestly feel like our case just fell into one of the Officers who just didn't have their coffee that morning or something. Thanks in advance.
  15. Hi, I got a conditional 2 year greencard due to my husband and I having been married under 2 years at the time of our interview. In Dec 2020 I ended up applying for an extension and being granted that. It gave me 18 months. I am trying to think ahead- I am already worried that my extension won't be enough time. I'm already through half my time and have only gotten notification my fingerprints can be used. If it doesn't come through in the next few months, is there something I should do on my end? Apply for another extension? Etc?
  16. Hello, I am preparing my I-751 packet. Info upfront: my husband broke up with me in Feb last year after terminating our marriage therapy, and I moved out of the house a few months later. We are still legally married, neither of us has been wanting to deal with the divorce process , we have already separated joint assets, but still use our joint bank account, have joint health insurance, file taxes jointly, and have the same PO box. As evidence I will submit: jointly filed tax returns, joint bank account statements, joint deed when we purchased our house (now its separate property), property tax bills in both our names, property insurance, joint purchases, a million utility bills in both our names, joint health insurance, photographs, social media screenshots, texts, emails, trip to Europe documentation, bills of marriage therapy, affidavits of friends. QUESTIONS: 1. Both my husband and I will add a letter of explanation as to why the marital relationship didn't work out. How much in detail does it have to be? I assume it has to have a neutral tone to it? Which is so hard as I still feel so hurt 😕 2. Our letters of explanation are different in some parts (his memory/perception is different than mine), is that an issue? For example I know his was still open to reconciliation up to a certain point but he now denies it... 3. Should I also add emails/texts of us arguing? As these are pretty private, how private does it have to be?? 4. Should I include emails to us from our marriage therapist detailing our issues (very private😟) ? 5. As for utility bills for while we still lived together: I am missing a few months here and there, is that a problem, should I explain that? 6. Are bills/account statements supposed to start with the oldest first or newest first (I am adding all for the entire duration of our marriage)? 7. Some bills (health insurance) have 10 pages each, can I leave the irrelevant pages out, even though the pages each contain a counter like 'page 1 of 10'? 8. Can I use a highlighter to mark both our names on bills so the officer has an easier time to spot them? 9. When describing photographs, does it matter if I write from third person or subjectively or a mix of both, as in "he and I at the zoo" and "Joe and Jill at the zoo"? 10. I have tons of evidence of our mailing address (PO box) be the same, does it still make sense to add copies of our drivers licenses showing that same address? 11. Is it wise to include request to have the interview waived in the cover letter or does it come across pushy? For example "Pursuant to 8 CFR §216.4(b)(1) as well as Policy Memorandum PM-602-0168 (Nov 30, 2018) and in consideration of the enclosed evidence we respectfully request that the interview requirement be waived." Thanks so much for any inputs you have ❤️
  17. Hi all, I sent in my I-751 application for a ROC in Dec and got my extension letter about 6-8 weeks after that no problem. Recently I received a letter about my fingerprints without my apartment number on it. My mailman at my condo complex guessed and luckily got it right but I am very concerned. Since this is the only notice I’ve ever gotten that’s been addressed incorrectly I am thinking it’s due to something on their end, but nonetheless I want to make sure I have all my info entered correctly in their system. I tried to use Emma, as someone suggested but that was useless. It directed me to a phone number, which was also useless because I tried a dozen times and couldn’t find a way to be connected with a human or find out the info I needed to. My two options as I see it are: create an online account or file AR-11. I can file one of those but I’ve been considering creating an online account for a while now and I honestly don’t know what stopped me before. Now that I am considering it, I am wondering if a) it’s possible to connect the application I’ve already sent off with my online account. Like, how will they know it’s me and have the correct info. b) if this is a smart thing to do because when I sent off my application months ago I didn’t fill out the online USCIS account number boxes bc I didn’t have one. So now if I create one will that confuse the system? c) anything else someone wants to add in about creating an online account! thanks for much for all the help guys, you are the best!
  18. So, I sent in my application in dec and just got a letter today saying they can use my previous biometrics. The concerning thing was that my husband and I live in an apt and the envelope didn’t have our apt number on it. The mailman guessed and got it right but it’s extremely concerning. When we sent in our application we quadruple checked so I highly doubt we missed something that big but I want to make sure they have our correct address for obvious reasons. Anyone know the best way to go about that?
  19. Hi, I am writing because I sent my ROC 1-751 application in around the middle of Dec and still haven't gotten any extension in the mail. I heard there was now a 6-8 week window where they ususally send them out. I am getting nervous because it's getting close to the end of that window. ALTHOUGH, they only took the money out of our account a couple weeks ago. So should I go off of that? I know it arrived the middle of DEC because I got the UPS with tracking on the package. The other question is kind of a weird one. Like I said above I just applied for my 10 year greencard, but I just became aware the other day (correct my if I am wrong) that if you get a greencard through MARRIAGE you can apply for permanent residency after 3 years of having a greencard, not 5 year (when you get a greencard through non marriage reasons). What do I do if I don't get my greencard within a year? Can I apply for citizenship at the same time? Thank you for any and all help!
  20. Hi, I am just getting ready to send in my i-751 ROC application. I have a few questions from the form as I am filling it out and hoping some of you may provide some clarity. I am a chronic over-thinker so I am sorry if some of these questions are dumb! 1) Part 1. q 12. I am not sure what to put as my place of marriage. We did an a small official ceremony at a local park. Do I put the name of the park? The address? I looked through our marriage certificate and there was no address for where we got married on it. 2) What does "In Care Of" name mean for the address? That is just my name (the conditional resident) right? 3) Part 11- Additional Info- Do I need to fill out my name and A-number again if I have no additional info to fill out? 4) Should I put N/A or none for everything that doesn't apply? For example you can give other family names you've had. For one of the extras I put my maiden name, but for the 3rd extra one would i put N/A on every blank space? Or where it gives you spaces to write the physical address if it's different from themail box, or when it asks if you have children and gives like 3 pages of spaces to fill out their info? Would I just put n/a or non for all of those? Do I put them in every blank? 5) I don't understand the biometrics. I pay for it as part of my check, but then I might not need another biometrics appointment? I just want to be clear that it isn't something I am supposed to do ahead of time. Thank you for ANY and all help. I appreciate you all so much!
  21. Hi all, You guys have been so immensely helpful. Over the last few weeks of gathering my greencard evidence I have started a couple threads and the answers you guys have given have been above and beyond helpful. So I just want to start by saying thank you to anyone who took the time to hop on here and answer any questions I have had. I was just about to send off my greencard application when I read a comment on here that kinda spooked me into thinking that I may not have enough supporting evidence. I want to make my application as full as possible. I know you have a 3 month window to send it in but I am stressed out because I am already 3 weeks into my 3 month window and want to get it off as soon as possible but want to make sure I did the best job possible. Included in my package I currently have: * I put a blank wherever personal details would have gone Check for 680.00 Table of contents photos of my husband and I with friends, family, each other, and on our wedding day, with our dog. 1. Completed I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence 2. Photocopy of____________ Permanent Resident Card 3. Certificate of Marriages · Photocopy of Certificate of Marriage · Photocopy of ________________ State Department of Health Certificate of Marriage 4. Notarized Landlord Affidavit of Residence 5. Joint Bank Accounts · Total Checkings Deposit Account Balance Summary · Total Checkings Account Activity · Savings Deposit Account Balance Summary · Savings Deposit Account Activity · Total Business Checkings Account Balance Summary · Total Business Checkings Account Activity · Total Business Checking Depository Certificate · Account Balances for Joint Bank Accounts (Business, Personal Checking, and Savings) 6. _______________________ Sole Proprietor Business License (*even though it's a sole proprietor we are both business owners on it since we are married) · Photocopy of Business License 2019 · Photocopy of Business License 2020 · Photocopy of Business License 2021 7. Full and Complete Married Filing Jointly Tax Returns · Photocopy of Married Filing Jointly Tax Return 2017 · Photocopy of Married Filing Jointly Tax Return 2018 · Photocopy of Married Filing Jointly Tax Return 2019 8. 1095-B Health Coverage Form · Photocopy of 1095-B Health Coverage Form 2018 · Photocopy of 1095-B Health Coverage Form 2019 9. Joint Insurance/Coverage · Car and Home Insurance · Health Insurance · Travel Trailer Insurance 10. Joint Bills · Internet Bill (Sept 4 2020 to Oct 3 2020) · Internet Bill (Oct 4 2020 to Nov 3 2020) · Internet Bill (Nov 4 2020 to Dec 3 2020) 11. Joint YMCA Membership Please note- all documents listed have both my husband and I's name on them and most of them also have our address. All are copies and NOT originals except for the notarized affidavit. The reason for the landlord affidavit is that we are renting from my husband grandparents and the renting situation is pretty lax. For our first greencard we did have a lease which we created for the purpose of the greencard, but since then we don't have one and with their taxes it wouldn't make sense. The rent also fluxuates all the time- for example with corona virus they have been extremely gracious in letting us off the hook for rent. BUT- some folks on here suggested some additional pieces of evidence that we have gathered and will include. These are: 1. A cover letter- is this standard? What should I include? Should the cover letter just be about the landlord/renting situation? What should we write? I am afraid to write the wrong thing. Someone suggested your cover letter is basically your table of contents. So I could just list something similar to what I did above and then add a note on the bottom about the rental situation? 2. A document from my husbands grandfather showing his name owning the place we live at to give some provenance to the affidavit since they usually don't hold much weight. 3. Drivers license scans for my husband and I. 4. Any airplane tickets or emails I can find to show we've taken trips together. 5. Possibly scanning our actual business card itself to show both our names on it. I also have some checks I could send with both our names from our business account. Should this be a copy or the actual checks? Is there anything else you guys recommend? SSN's? Passport scans? Anything at all. Timeline of our relationship? Our story? We don't have any life insurance policies or 401K at the moment. We have our own businesses and are just trying to get by in these times- retirement is not on our mind. Any help would be so appreciated and thanks again to anyone who has helped me.
  22. I have everything written up and in it's correct order and am about to go send my application off. But at the last minute I am wondering if any of my documents I am sending in should be hard copy originals. In their instructions they say to include photocopies unless otherwise stated but I've seen lots of folks in here mentioning ways to make sure you get your originals back for supporting doc's and just want to run it by you guys to see if I am missing something. I am so nervous to send it off! My questions is that I have no "original" docs, other than a notarized landlord affidavit (which I also have a photocopy of for personal records in case I don't get it back). I have photocopies/print outs of my 2 year greencard, (hard copy original of landlord affidavit of residence), marriage certificate, joint 1095-B health coverage forms, full and complete married filing jointly tax returns, joint business licenses, joint bank accounts, joint health insurance, joint car insurance, joint bills, etc. Basically anything with both of our names on it. Should any of these be hard copy originals? Also is it worth including any photos?
  23. Hello, I would just like to ask if it is necessary to submit my Philippine passport as a proof that I will change my surname into my husband's surname? Or our marriage certificate will suffice? I am having a hard time getting a slot on renewal of my Philippine passport because all slots are always taken. I have been checking every day just to get a slot. Thank you in advance
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