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I am on a E-2 visa which expires April 2021 and my I-94 expired in Nov 2021. My company's attorneys filed my E-2 renewal/extension in Nov 2021 and provided me with a I-797C Notice of Action. I used the I-797 to go to the DMV and obtain a 1-time, 120 day extension for my drivers license. Unfortunately this extension will expires in mid-March (28 days from now) and as far as I know I will not be granted another extension whilst we wait to hear back about my E-2 extension. Apparently the attorneys expect there to be action on the case sometime between April – June 2022. HELP!` what can i do in this case to avoid beign left with an expired drivers license for several months?
Hi, I applied to remove the conditions on my residence and received a letter that I'll need to show up to a biometrics appointment first. I was sick at the time, so I called and they said they'll call me back to reschedule me, the call back may take a month. Unfortunately, I missed the call. Now they're saying they'll contact me again, and they can't provide a time reference for the next call back. Anyone else experience this?
Basically the title. My wife's appointment is scheduled for Jan 7th, but for reasons related to my work, it would be so much more convenient if we could get it done earlier - sometime this week or next, ideally. I have heard of people who just show up to the appointment, even weeks earlier, and walk-in and get it done. Is this common/ acceptable? Should I call the office and confirm with them first if it's okay? I would much rather wait until the designated date than go through USCIS's formal rescheduling process. Thanks in advance!