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  1. Pls i have 2 questions. Backstory : I forgot to add an important supporting document when i sent in my i751. When i filed, USCIS created an online account for me and sent me a receipt notice with this information and login details. My Receipt No. starts with IOE (which mean processing online). So i login into my new account and i saw my i751 application but i was shocked to see just one page of a random supporting document amongst the hundreds i mailed in physically with my application. So, i assumed one random document was what was needed to create the account and i didn't put much thought to it no longer because i had mailed in all my supporting documents. 1. So this is where my first question comes in. Was this the same situation for those of you that got the IOE receipt no. after mailing in your application?? Was one random document just uploaded for you when your online account was created? 2. and here comes my second question Now, i want to go ahead and upload the important document i forgot about to my online account. Is that a good idea? what should i do? P.s. If if this is not the right place to post this,. pls let me know. thanks Thanks
  2. Hello: I filed my ROC I751 with Divorce waiver on 4/2018. My time line: Came to USA as F1: 1/2015 Met Spouse: 3/2015 Got married: 10/2015 Filed I485: 4/2016 Got approved Conditional GC: 9/2016 Got Separated: 6/2017 Spouse filed divorce: 8/2017 Divorce approved (No kids): 10/2017 Filed ROC with Divorce waiver: 4/2018 USCIS Status after filing: June 1, 2018 Fingerprint fee for your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence received. Your case is now properly filed. March 4, 2019 Your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, was transferred to another USCIS office. March 5, 2019 We transferred your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, to another USCIS office that now has jurisdiction over your case. February 4, 2021 Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview My case status is case ready for interview since 02/2021 and almost 4 years since I filed ROC. As per USCIS citizenship application eligibility, I became eligible to apply for N400 (naturalization) since July 2021. I am confused now what to do. Is this timeline or length of case is normal? Should I file N400 for naturalization or wait for ROC adjudication first? I contacted USCIS customer service in October 2021 about my case status and they said I should be interviewed soon. I filed case with sufficient evidence or whatever I had: Marriage certificate, My personal affidavit, Marriage pictures, Joint lease, Joint electricity-water-wifi-cell phone bills, Joint tax return of 2016 and 2017, 2 joint bank accounts, Joint 2 credit cards, 2 joint car loans, 3 affidavits from friends and family, 15-20 pictures, Counseling proofs and counselors letters for attempts to fix marriage, Divorce decree. I did not get any RFE for ROC yet and also USCIS customer service representative during phone call mentioned it was a good signal that I did not get any RFE which means I had necessary supporting papers in submitted file. I am really confused now about my status, my life and everything. I am almost 34 now and feeling like a boat without radar who does not know where his destination is going to be. Any advice or opinion regarding my situation? Thanks!
  3. So, I know we have a the super handy spreadsheet but for my own sanity, I wanted to make this thread in case any other SRC I-751 Filers would like to keep others updated if we hear anything. It seems that SRC went from full steam ahead to full stop. In previous filings, I was able to trace what month they were generally working on based on the monthly chats but now it looks like they've stopped abruptly. Anyway, I'll bring the tacos if y'all bring the updates!
  4. Hi all, I am wondering which case would be better when filing for N400 with a pending i751. Do I wait for my i751 to be approved first then apply for N400 or do I apply for n400 while my i751 is still pending ?
  5. Hi, Visa journey Members. The status of my I751 petition just changed to ''Interview was scheduled''. However, I got divorced after filing. Per USCIS instructions, I sent a waiver petition letter to my field office (ATL), but I never heard back from them, and as you can read, it didn't stop them from scheduling an appointment. I talked to USCIS in several occasions, but I got conflicting information here and there about what to do. I also tried to get onboard with an immigration lawyer, but their fees were about 7k and up. Do you have have any recommendations of what should I do when I attend to the interview? Just FYI, me and my ex still live together and have a better relationship than we had during our marriage. Thank you,
  6. Hi August 2022 Filers, Hope you all are doing good. It is hot out here in Texas. I will be sending my packet on or during second week of August this year. I wanted to touch base on what are some of the important documents that you have gathered, that we must include in our I-751 packet? Similarly, I will be sending my packet from Dallas, TX. I was wondering which service center my packet is most likely to land into? Appreciate your input, Thanks!
  7. I am curious if there is a minimum required advance notice that an applicant is entitled to before appearing to the interview? On a purely anecdotal level, I know that these notices usually come in 4-6 weeks in advance, but I am not sure what is legally mandated (if anything).
  8. My wife is a citizen of Singapore, a permanent resident of Australia, and a green card holder in the U.S. She arrived in the U.S. on a K-1 visa, and we successfully adjusted her status (I-485). She is on a temporary green card, and we have a letter from USCIS stating that its validity has been extended into 2025 (48 months past our I-751 filing date). We have been waiting over two years for her Removal of Conditions (I-751). For several reasons, we intend to move back to Australia next month. We can’t postpone this move further due to Australia's Resident Return Visa (RRV) rules. Because my wife has been outside Australia for over 4 years, the Australian government has told us that they will require her to get another visa if we delay the move further. Currently, we are not considering this to be a definitely permanent move. We need to try living in Australia first and determine if living there will be a better fit for us. We need to sell our house and cars to be able to buy a house and car(s) in Australia, so for now our ties back to the U.S. will primarily be my job (as a full-time contractor of a U.S.-based company) and my parents (who live here). If our house here does not sell, we will still own it and will pursue renting it out. We will also continue to file U.S. tax returns — and Australia tax returns when we have become tax residents there. I have seen some topics here at VisaJourney (like this one) about this type of move, but they are from years ago. I am not sure if the laws have changed. I am trying to find out how she can get back to the U.S. if we need to come back. So far, she got an I-131 combo card (EAD/AP) during the Adjustment of Status process, and she has already had biometrics taken for Removal of Conditions. What is the re-entry permit that we need to get for my wife? (Is this the same as either the I-131 Advanced Parole for the combo card from our I-485 process, or the Returning Resident Visa for the U.S.?) Does my wife already have this re-entry permit based on having a conditional green card (plus USCIS’s extension letter and an I-551 Extension stamp in her passport)? How long does my wife need to be in the U.S. for this re-entry permit to be processed? (She already had biometrics taken as part of the I-751 process.) Can we make the deadline of moving to Australia by a month from now? If not, what is our best option? Can my wife be outside the U.S. while the re-entry permit application is being processed? Is my wife’s (future) job with an organization based in Australia or the sale of our house a red flag? We most likely do have a place to stay temporarily if we need to come back to the U.S. Do we need to buy round-trip flight tickets to Australia? (One-way and round-trip to Australia are currently about the same price. But I don’t see why we should get another ticket to come back to the U.S. when we would need a round-trip ticket from Australia in order to make a trip back here.) Will changing our mailing address with USCIS to my dad’s address have any tax implications for us? (His state has state income tax; our current state does not.) What would happen to our ongoing I-751 application if we leave the U.S.? Will it still be processed?
  9. Background: A permanent resident is given the privilege of living and working in the United States permanently. A person's permanent residence status will be conditional if it is based on a marriage that was less than two years old on the day they were given permanent residence. A person is also given conditional resident status on the day they are lawfully admitted to the United States on an immigrant visa (having been married less than two years and entering on a CR-1 Visa). A person's permanent resident status is conditional, because they must prove that they did not get married to evade the immigration laws of the United States. When to File: If you are filing jointly, the I-751 form must be filed within the 90 days just preceding the expiration date on your permanent residence card. This is the date that your conditional residence expires. Note that, despite the fact that you may see word "anniversary" used in a confusing way regarding the filing date for removal of conditions, your wedding date is completely irrelevant to determining the window of time during which you may file for removal of conditions. If you and your spouse are outside the United States on orders of the U.S. Government during the period in which the petition must be filed, you may file it within 90 days of your return to the United States. See the USCIS webpage for more specific instructions, and search the forum for stories of several people who have done this successfully. It is very important to file the I-751 within the correct window of time, and be sure not to file it before the 90-day window. If you file it too early, they will send your application back. You may file at any time during the 90 day window, but it is prudent to file fairly early in the window. If you fail to properly file the Form I-751 (Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence) within the 90-day period before your second anniversary as a conditional resident, your conditional resident status will automatically be terminated and the USCIS will order removal proceedings against you. You will receive a notice from the USCIS telling you that you have failed to remove the conditions, and you will also receive a Notice to Appear at a hearing. At the hearing you may review and rebut the evidence against you. You are responsible for proving that you complied with the requirements (the USCIS is not responsible for proving that you did not comply with the requirements). The USCIS may send a reminder to file this petition on time, however you should not rely on this reminder -- postal delivery is never without faults. Not receiving the letter is not an excuse for filing late. The USCIS provides additional information here. Download the Following Forms: 1. I-751 The above form can be filled out on your computer and printed. Make sure you sign and date them as required. Anything you cannot fit by typing, you can handwrite (very neatly) in black ink in the blank instead. You should always verify the current forms at www.uscis.gov. Assembling the I-751 Package: Checklist Forms and Documents (follow these assembly instructions. All supporting documents must be in English or be translated as noted here.): 1. Payment as required by USCIS. Use a personal check so you can track the payment. Money Orders are also accepted. Read the Guide to Paying USCIS Immigration Fees. 2. Cover Sheet (example here) 3. Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence (see example form) 4. Copy of the Green Card (Front and Back) for the person filing to remove conditions (and any K2 children) 5. Evidence of Bona fide Relationship (see below) Evidence of Your Bona fide Marital Relationship A crucial part of filing this form is that you present evidence of your bona fide marital relationship, as your removal of conditions is based upon your marriage. There are a variety of documentations that you may submit. While the USCIS instructions for the I-751 say that evidence should cover the entire period from your marriage up to the present date, there is no need to repeat evidence that you already submitted to them earlier. Many couples submit no evidence whatsoever covering the period before their first interview. In any case, it's helpful to concentrate on the evidence that has developed since they last interviewed you. You do not have to have all of the types listed below as proof of the relationship; supply as many as you like. If you are short on the documents that have both of your names listed on them you MAY include affidavits from people who know you as a couple (see examples), confirming your marital relationship -- note that they are not required. If you have very little documentary evidence, you may find affidavits helpful. Additionally, you will need to submit a copy of the green card of the person who is applying for removal of conditions. IF you have K-2 children who will also be filing for removal of conditions at the same time, you may include them and use only one form and only one fee for the form. On the "don't panic" front -- ultimately the burden of proof is on the CIS to show a fraudulent marriage. Even if CIS denies, the application can be renewed in front of an Immigration Judge (IJ) in Removal Proceedings -- and the IJ's tend to APPROVE those cases. ONLY SEND COPIES of evidence. The copies should be clear and all marks pertaining to filings, registration and/or government issuance should be clearly shown. Examples of documents showing a bona fide relationship (Submit COPIES only. Do not send originals): 1. A deed, showing co-ownership of your property or a lease agreement with both of your names on the lease. 2. Utility bills, credit card bills, and other types of bills which have both of your names on them. Since many utilities will only put a bill in one person's name, some bills in one name and other bills at the same address but in the other spouse's name serve the same purpose: showing your financial & social lives intermingled. 3. Copies of actual credit cards, health insurance cards, or other "joint" cards that you have together, showing same account number. 4. Car, health, or life insurance that has both of your names on the policy or the other spouse listed as the beneficiary. 5. 401K or other retirement plan with spouse listed as beneficiary (right to survivorship is the technical term) 6. Bank or stock accounts with both of your names on them. 7. A copy of your joint federal and state tax returns (including W-2's and other applicable Schedules and attachments). Sending an official tax transcript from the IRS (for Federal) is beneficial and often preferred as it reflects what was actually filed. 8. A car title or other titles to property showing joint ownership with your spouse. 9. Birth certificate of any children that have been born to your marriage. 10. Documentation of any vacations that you have taken, including flight itineraries, hotel bills, pictures of you together on vacation. 11. Other family pictures of you together. 12. Documentary proof showing evidence of your children together (Copy of Birth Certificate, photos, etc) 13. Copies of Christmas cards and other holiday cards addressed to you both Mailing the Packet & What to do While You Wait The I-751 form and accompanying documents are mailed to either the USCIS location here depending on your state of residence. (Use certified mail or priority mail with delivery confirmation, and write "Attention: I-751 petition to remove conditions of status" on the envelope under the address.) You will receive a notice of receipt for the form stating that "Your alien card is extended one year - employment and travel authorized". Keep the receipt with your green card. If by some chance you are not approved within a year you will want to make an InfoPass appointment to go to your Local Office to request an I-551 stamp in your passport. This does happen as it sometimes it takes over a year to be approved. After your NOA extension expires, this is your only evidence of legal status which you are required to have, by law. This happens occasionally, that a case takes over a year, but it's rare. Local Offices will not give an I-551 stamp if you have another type of evidence of status (ie, expired Green Card + extension letter). You may or may not be called for an interview after you submit this form. Procedures have been in flux for the past year or so regarding biometrics collections (fingerprints, and photo) and you may get a letter sending you to your DO or ASC for this service--this is not an interview. Simply follow the instructions that YOU receive from USCIS and don't worry too much about other people's situations. Yours is the one that counts for you. If you are selected for an interview, it will be at your local USCIS office, not at the service center. Most typically, you have already had a biometrics appointment before your notice of approval, and your new Green Card will be mailed to you. However, you should follow all directions received from USCIS. I-751 cases are generally completed in 6-12 months, currently. Once you receive the 10-year green card, it should be renewed every 10 years, if you do not become a U.S. citizen in the interim. Instructions for renewing your card are here: How Do I Renew My Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)? Note on Case #'s: The case number on the NOA1 is not linked to the USCIS case update site - you have to wait for the case number that comes with the biometrics letter.
  10. Hey guys! Did anybody experience an IO cancelling the N400 interview and only did the i751 interview? We came to the uscis office for a combo interview altho the notice I received was only for the N400 interview (never received notice for i751 interview). The IO separated my husband and I for interviews individually then at the end decided she will review all the details and that she will not do the n400 interview. Then the status for my n400 online shows interview cancelled and no change on i751 still shows fingerprints taken. The next day the i751 status updated to Case approved. Then I heard of of another filer that I know that she got approved of the i751 the next day after mine- no interview and she also didnt file for n400. Is it possible that another IO just adjudicated my case while the IO who interviewed me is pending action? And how soon does the uscis reschedule interviews for n400? Thank you for your insights!
  11. Hi! I don't see a December 2020 subtopic yet, so I am starting one! My 90-day window opens on December 7th, currently assembling the additional evidence. Hopefully sending everything to USCIS at some point next week after the 7th. Good luck everybody!
  12. Hi everyone, I have a pending i751 application and I'm planning to go on a trip to South Korea in few months. Did anyone travel to South Korea with an expired green card and the extension letter ? Are they familiar with it ? Did anyone have any issues ?
  13. Hey everyone, My ROC application is still pending and I have the 24 months extension letter, how can I get the new 48 months extension letter? Can we apply for it or do they send it automatically?
  14. Hello Fellow Journey Folks, I just wanted to start a new thread on Pending I-751 Transferred to NBC After Passing N-400 Interview, so other people in the same situation can find this resource specific to a "pending I-751 but was interviewed for N-400 and passed the N-400 interview", and issued a Form-N-652 with check marks on: a.) "you passed the English test and the US history and government test...." b.) "congratulations, your application has been recommended for approval..." Please share your experience about: 1. Were you required to appear again for an interview at your local USCIS office to adjudicate the ROC? 2. How long did it take for NBC to come back to you from the time of notice that your I-751 was transferred to NBC? 3. If NBC waived an ROC interview, how long did it take them to return to you for the pending I-751 approval? 4. If NBC waived an ROC interview, how long did it take them to send you an oath taking ceremony? Timeline/Info: July 2021 - Filed I-751 by mail, paper application July 2022 - Filed N-400 Online November 2022 - N-400 Interview December 2022 - I-751 NOA File transferred to NBC "in order to speed up processing", case receipt number unchanged from previous processing center Nebraska Local Office: Tukwila, WA Would appreciate your input. Cheers 😊
  15. Hi, looking to see if anyone has found a way to get directly in-touch with the USCIS officer that interviewed them post naturalization interview. How do you submit evidence if they ask for more? I was not asked for more but my interview occured 12/13/2022, with a pending i-751. This is all marriage based. I passed, and the officer didnt realize my i-751 was pending until we got to that question. And no, he didnt need to request/wait for my file. It was in front of him on his desk. He asked if i wanted to give additional evidence so i gave him recent mortgae statements, health insurance, other insurance stuff since everything in the i-751 was from summer of 2020. It's february, and no movement. Yes, my spouse was outside but was never asked to come in. I honestly feel like he put my file on the back of his desk and forgot about it. I've put in a message through the USCIS portal and got a general response back saying the last status is that i attended the interview. Has anyone had this happen, and been waiting this long? Any way to get through to this guy? I legit feel like i was just forgotten and not this is just pending because no one is thinking/looking at it...out of sight out of mind. I wonder if now with things being more elctronic if officers get promts when something is approaching the 120 days... but i doubt it, and it's probably just wishful thinking. At this point it has been 38 business days post interview that was passed and he even made the comment that 1) he would look at my case next week (i.e. Week of December 20th), and when i gave him the additional evidence he said he doesn't forsee there being problems with i-751 approval with this type of evidence and us having as child together since getting married etc. How can i just get someone to remind this guy to look at my stuff --- we really are an easy case!
  16. Hello everyone, I wanted to start this feed for DFW I-751 filers. Let's share our timeline and stay in touch for this process!
  17. Hey Guys! Can we use this thread to track our progress from Potomac January/ February fillers I submitted my ROC feb 2,2021 April 29,2021 fingerprints were re-used since then nothing
  18. I have a pending I751 since Nov 2019. Upon my return in the US on March 2021 after a trip abroad, I was questioned by CBP who searched through my electronic devices and concluded my marriage is not bona fide. I was issued a NTA with hearing date May 2024, they then sent me to ICE custody where I was bonded out after 15days. I was able to get the I-551 stamps (CR6 Category) since my release from custody and my current stamp is valid until July 2023 in my passport to be renewed next year. When I went to USCIS to get the latest stamp, I asked If I will be able to travel with it for a short trip abroad and they said yes because I am a LPR until Judge says otherwise, but also mentioned that just to be sure it will be best to go ask CBP in the next window next door in the same building. I went and asked a CBP officer and he said yes as long as I meet all the other residency requirements and no criminal record, which I don't, I should be fine upon my return. He then placed/stapled an additional I-94 Paroled Stamp card next to the original I551 Stamp for the same expiration date (July 2023) with "NTA" as the paroled purpose. He said when I go through secondary at the boarder showing the stamps, I should be fine. My Questions: 1) if I end up travelling and I am paroled during reentry, does it mean I lose my temporary LPR status if I am paroled in vs Admitted? 2) Would I still be able to get the I551 stamp next year while the removal case is still pending if USCIS sees I was paroled in? Anybody with a similar experience (under Removal proceedings and was able to travel using their stamp for reentry) please share any insight you may have. Much appreciated.
  19. Hi all, I am happy found this forum and probably looks like I can have best respond over here. I applied i751 by myself with attorney. Good faith but was happening divorce process (adultery by other side). File has documentation for starting process to divorcing case. I got divorce decree as 11.05.2021 Filing: I-751 Office: Nebraska Case Received Date: 06.11.2021 Notice for Fingerprint by Mail: 09.09.2021 Notice for 24 months extension by Mail: 10.27.2021 After all them online status: 06.11.2021 Case Was Received 01.08.2023 Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken I don't know who was/were same point with me or anything else. I got mail for fingerprint September 2021. They updated online case as January 2023. I am little lost. How long can be after all? What could/should be next?
  20. Hey guys, So we’re currently working on gathering all the documents and evidences for my I-751 but I have a concern I need clarification on. I recieved my conditional green card in March 2021. We moved in in our apartment on February 2021 and we have lived in my spouse’s parent’s home before moving in to our own place. I have a lot of evidence to provide(lease, banks statements, bills, etc) using our current address but for other evidences, like our car insurance, we completely forgot to change the address right away and it wasnt changed till late last year so some statements have our old address. I guess my questions would be: 1. Is it okay to keep those evidences and submit it anyway? Maybe add a copy of our old licenses with the old address and include an explanation that we didn’t get to update the address right away? 2. Should I add that said previous address on Question 22 of the I-751 “Have you resided at any other address since you became a permanent resident”? I’m really doubting on this one since we’re already in our new place since I got my green card. 3. Or should I just ignore those evidences with old address and settle with all the other evidences? It’s really hard doing all these without a lawyer/professional to work with so I would really appreciate all your suggestions and thoughts on these!
  21. I am a Conditional Green Card holder and my Green Card was expired 3 years ago. I am divorced and I never filed I-751. I spent a year in U.S. I am living my home country but now want to return back U.S. My stay outside was due to abusive marriage and health problems. I didn't know U.S. immigration laws until now. What are my options?
  22. Hello! I am about to go through a divorce. My husband already filed for it, but Im not agreeing with a uncontested divorce. I have my 2 year greencard and have to do the removal of condition next year. So my first question is should I be the one who files for divorce bc of the matter that he was cheating on me and mentally abuseing me, or should I let the uncontested divorce just go through? (What is better in my case when it comes to removal of condition and getting the ten year gc?) Also who has done the removal of condition and getting the 10 year greencard on their own? Do I have to show them that I went through hell and this is why we got divorced, or should a lawyer do that for me? I have so many questions... I hope someone can help. Thank you much in advance!
  23. Hello, My wife filled her I751 in May of 2019 and filed her N400 in June of 2020. Her I751 is still not processed. Her initial 18 month extension expired. She was able to get a I551 stamp on her passport in February 2022 for 6 months. That expired end of August 2022. She called USCIS to get another 6 month stamp on August 2 which is within USCIS guidelines. She was told in 30 days, they will schedule an appointment at the Dallas USCIS office. After 30 days passed, she received an email from Dallas office notifying that they dont have any appointments. We tried multiple times to get an appointment but Dallas office keeps saying they dont have any appointments available. We even tried to get an emergency appointment but still received the same reply. We asked if a different office can stamp her passport and we were told it goes by zip code and there is no way to go to another office. We have out of country travel scheduled for October 21,2022 and November 5, 2022. At the moment, my wife does not have anything that says she is a permanent resident. Has anyone gone though something like this before?
  24. Our i751 extension letter expired last year, and we followed steps to get infopass appointment and were able to get an infopass stamp last year before our travel in 2021. Now the infopass stamp expires in november and we have traveling scheduled from october to december, our return is after our stamp expires. So we called USCIS to get infopass appointment beginning of September and were told to wait for 30 days as usual, now instead of callback we get an email saying: We are contacting you about your pending request to be scheduled for an in-person appointment at a USCIS field office. Unfortunately, there are no available appointments with the field office that you need to visit. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience. Please note that we process all requests for appointments in the order in which they were received. We ask that you wait for the Contact Center to reach out rather than calling back to check on your request as it may result in longer wait times. As soon as an appointment becomes available, we will: Send you an email with the date and time if it is determined you are eligible for an appointment; OR Contact you by phone or email to confirm that the appointment is still needed, and if so, schedule as appropriate. Not sure what do we do now, how can we get an appointment before our travel? Has anyone else gotten this email before and what happened after it?
  25. Hi all, My conditional permanent residency card expires on 09/24 and I'm going to overnight my package with FedEx tomorrow. I don't know why I had thought I had until October 24th. Has anyone else done this before and do you think it will be an issue? I'm feeling quite anxious right now. I am from Ireland and my wife is American. Thank you
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