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    So here's my update !
    we went to the interview, the people thrre seems to be very nice , polite and helping applicants.
    I've read some rbad eviews about the securit and the officers , I can promise you that (in my own experience)
    No one was rude!
    the security line was super fast , we pass it within seconds not even minutes.

    We went to the 9th floor and we received a yellow paper and were told to go to the 4th floor.

    we present the paper and the lady gave us a number.

    we went with an attorney!

    we waited about 20 min and the officer called our number , we went to the office , told us to raise our hands and start the interview.

    I wouldn't say it was questions, it was more like a conversation, we were not separated!

    the officer was very nice and welcoming , making us feel very comfortable and i think thats the best way to do it , this way you can focus on the questions or conversation and speak clearly and properly, it was just like a conversation, it was our life story us about our life and living arrangements, confirmed names , dob , jobs etc...

    we preload the application so the officer knew it was straightforward case , we has alot of evidence.

    the interview was about 30 min , Total time spent I'm the building was about an hour.

    few hours later I received a notification case approved and card was ordered.

    the officer always on top of the conversation, he or she will know if you lie , somehow they know lol.

    if your case is real you have nothing to worry about , provide every single evidence from your collection!
    sit together, memories moments together,.

    Here's my dilemma lol .
    I really want to go with my wife to my country but she can't go until the summer but ii dont want to wait till the summer specially with this covid restriction and nobody knows when they close. Open pr whatever each country want to do with covid policy so I rather go now.

    I received my card and I'm thinking about traveling to my County to see my family for 3 weeks or so.

    my only concern is if they will deny my entry bevause i overstayed my visa snd wotk without authorization and because my wife did not go with me to my country , besides the fact she cant leave her job until the summer i dont think we can afford 2 flight tickets at this point , my. Sister would buy me the ticket and were also not sure if they going to add more restriction due to covid.

    is it too early to travel with the new green card by myself ?
    Should I expect sny delays or deny entry to the us?

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    Do you actually understand the privileges associated with a green card? the 2 biggest privilege a green card offers are working legally and travel without restrictions. You just make sure you do not stay out of the country for more than 6 month or 1 year without prior USCIS authorization. No body care if you travel or not Now if you have a conditional green card, be very careful because it comes with its own restriction but be able to leave and reenter the country freely is not one of them.
    05/08/20: I-485, I-765, I-131, I-944 sent to USCIS
    05/13 Rejected due to lack of I-864
    05/27 resubmitted with explanation
    06/03 Rejected again-same reason
    06/13 Resubmitted with I-864
    07/07 Lockbox emailed back and ask to resubmit
    07/09 Filings accepted with PD 05/08/20 (nice)
    08/06 Prior biometrics applied to I485
    08/28 Took biometrics for I-765 only
    09/28 I-765's Cards Ordered
    10/02 EAD/AP received
    04/12 Interview Sched
    05/11 Interview done approval on the spot but no USCIS update online

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    • #3
      I dont have conditional green card its 10 years card .
      but thank you for your comment ????

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      • #4
        My concern was because I violate the terms of the visitor visa and I worked illegally, is that something I need to worry about when entering back to usa ?
        thanks

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Loman669 View Post
          My concern was because I violate the terms of the visitor visa and I worked illegally, is that something I need to worry about when entering back to usa ?
          thanks
          No. It will not affect your entry while you have a green card.

          This is my personal opinion and is not to be construed as legal advice.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Loman669 View Post
            My concern was because I violate the terms of the visitor visa and I worked illegally, is that something I need to worry about when entering back to usa ?
            thanks
            You already have the green card. That should not be a problem to reenter the Country. Working with authorization and overstayed your visa is more problematic before you get your Green Card.
            05/08/20: I-485, I-765, I-131, I-944 sent to USCIS
            05/13 Rejected due to lack of I-864
            05/27 resubmitted with explanation
            06/03 Rejected again-same reason
            06/13 Resubmitted with I-864
            07/07 Lockbox emailed back and ask to resubmit
            07/09 Filings accepted with PD 05/08/20 (nice)
            08/06 Prior biometrics applied to I485
            08/28 Took biometrics for I-765 only
            09/28 I-765's Cards Ordered
            10/02 EAD/AP received
            04/12 Interview Sched
            05/11 Interview done approval on the spot but no USCIS update online

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