My application was delivered to lockbox AZ on the 9th of Oct. The check has not been cashed yet. Also, no notification as of yet. It is almost 2 weeks now. Is this normal or shall i be concerned. Please share your experience.
I'm unsure about a question on the I-751 form, hopefully someone can help. We are trying to file this week so any help is appreciated at this time.
My wife is currently on unemployment due to the pandemic, and is currently in Brazil for a family emergency. She tried to begin the process to claim her unemployment benefits online yesterday (for last week) and our state's department of labor flagged it and she may get penalized, as if you're unemployed, you're not supposed to try and claim benefits from out of the country. For what it's worth, she was in the country for part of last week and is entitled to partial week benefits. Long story short, it's possible she will lose a week or two of unemployment benefits as well as the possibility of a small fine from the department of labor.
In regard to the fine, question 20 on the I-751 form states:
"Have you ever been arrested, detained, charged indicted, fined, or imprisoned for breaking or violating any law or ordinance (excluding traffic regulations), or committed any crime which you were not arrested in the United States or abroad?" There are then check boxes for yes and no.
My wife has never committed a crime or anything of the like. If she even gets fined for this, would we need to disclose it? It seems like question 20 is talking about criminal matters only, including being fined for a crime. I've done the research and if she does get a fine from the department of labor, this is NOT a criminal or even civil matter. It's basically a penalty you pay to the department of labor for negligence, and the dispute exists between the unemployment claimant and the department of labor only.
Good morning all, I want to renew my GC i751, I need help with couple of questions. : 1. can I submit my application 4 months to expiration ? 2. Could anyone help me with list of requirement pls 3. Dose anyone know how long it would take to to get feedback from uscis? 4. Can anyone walk me through the entire process pls and lastly, MY HUSBAND is owing taxs of $7000 , I don't IRS coming after me for that pls can I file married but filling separate ? Can I submit my application online or which is advisable . Thank u all.
I was hoping if someone can please tell me if i need my former spouse to sign my application form I-751. I am applying by myself and when I type her info in the application, It asks for her signature at the end. Has anyone here been through the same situation and did or did not have to leave that blank. Also, If someone can tell me the evidence for such situation, I would totally appreciate it. Please advise and thank you again.
interview fir removal of Conditional greencard(forthsmith,ar)
sent forms and received them
uscis received 03/20/2019
09/22/2020 interview letter
10/25/2020 date of interview
me and my wife are kinda freaking out we basically have not that much evidence to provide since we more of chilll people that work and watch movies all day lol
anyone have some experience from fortsmith ,ar or in general how we should prepare ..
Hi everyone! I'm writing my experience around the timeline of scheduling interview. There is something confusing happening for me.
My husband is US citizen.
My green card's extension will expire in June 2021. We filed I-751 to renew my green card on 9/23/2019. Did the biometrics in December 2019. The case status was updated on 6/8/2020 for "ready to schedule an interview".
So at that point I assumed that we would get a mail with a date for an interview/a notice for wavier, and have been waiting for the mail.. As of 9/16/2020 I haven't received anything about the interview from them.
Well, the case status just now says "interview was scheduled" on 8/6/2020, and the current status that's shown at the top says "interview was completed and my case must be reviewed" "We will mail you a notice if we make a decision or take further action." This status was updated on 9/14/2020.
I'm very confused because:
1. I did not receive a notice about the interview.
2. It says the interview was completed even though I've never been to one, since the very first interview that we had when we applied for the green card.
3. Did I miss an interview? Or has it been waived??
I hope this just means that the interview was waived for me. I will call USCIS tomorrow morning and see what they have to say. If anyone has had the same experience like this, I'd appreciate it if you could share it with me! I'll update this as soon as I find out what's going on.
I was recently approved for green card. My question is when I go to DMV to renew my license , is the expiration date based on green card or I will get a 4 year license? I am based in N.J. , and I have a conditional green card.
I applied for ROC in March of 2020. TSC received and sent I-797 And extension in April. Fingerprints applied to case in May. They used old biometric data. August 27 received alert, your case update: card is in production. August 28, there was an update your case: action taken: case approved. We sent a letter of further instructions. Received mail yesterday.. awaiting card.
State Ga: Service center Texas.
In total it took me less than four months to get and approval.
Ps. Here are a list of docs that accompanied my application:
Bank cards and banking information
Life insurance policies on my husband and myself
Pictures of driver’s licenses
A few photos
Receipts for trips and pregnancy photos.
I was worried because I thought I had insufficient information, but the grace of God is always sufficient.
I also sent my paper work 2 weeks before it expired.
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