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After a long time of waiting the card is being produced
July 29, 2019 your case file received
Extension letter was received a week after
December 7th, 2020 fingerprint was schedule
Jan 29,2020finger prints were applied to the case
Dec 11th, 2020 New card is being produced
Patomac center is too slow but still waiting the card.
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Forgot to add signature request for my Package through Fedex
I just sent my I-751 application through FedEx yesterday. But I just realized that I forgot to add signature request for my package. Will this be an issue?
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About I 751
Hi guys.! I have a question. I already file I-751 petition. And I file as a waiver but I did not sent the divorce decree along with my I-751 file because that time I didn’t get the divorce decree. I already applied divorce may be in this month I will get the divorce decree soon.
My question is when I will receive my divorce decree, should I have to wait for RFE or should I have to send my divorce decree directly to my USCIS service center before RFE? I hope I will get response soon. Thanks guys.
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California Service Center (CSC) Case Approved and Green Card in Hand!!!
Never thought I would write this but my husband's 10-year green card came in the mail yesterday!!! So very happy, the journey for the green card is finally over. Citizenship next! This forum has been extremely helpful in keeping us both sane so thank you to each one of you!

Here is the Timeline:

Service Center: California (CSC), finally seeing some movement! Did not transfer to NBC as we have not applied for citizenship yet. We did not have an interview.

We did not hire a lawyer, did everything ourselves, case was straightforward. Took exactly 505 days from the time they received the application and we got the green card in mail.

07/17/19: USCIS received our file
02/04/20: Biometrics applied to our case (fingerprinting done at Oakland, CA office, we live in Fremont, CA)
11/24/20: At exactly 11:30am, case status changed to card is in production
11/25/20: At exactly 8:30am, case status changed to case is approved, we sent you an approval letter notice
11/30/20: At exactly 3pm, case status changed to we mailed you the new card
12/1/20: At exactly 5pm, case status changed to your card is picked by post office (they give you a tracking number as well to see the estimated delivery date, we received the card a day in advance, it was supposed to come in today!)
12/3/20: At exactly 1pm, case status changed to, card has been delivered by the post office

I picked the green card from the mailbox immediately and the expiration is 11/24/30.

The entire journey has been very emotional. I am so lucky we had each other for support. Even though it was my husband getting the green card, he was more patient than me!

Documents we sent with our file:

1-751 application
Leases of apartments we stayed at after our marriage
2 letters of affidavit of support from friends who signed they know our marriage is true and entered in good faith
Rental insurance
Health insurance
Various bills showing we live at the same address
Various holiday trips we took together
Joint checking and savings account information with the account numbers masked
Tax returns from the time we got married
50 photos from our trips together

I say the wait is long which is the most pain staking of it all. But you can do it! Just hang in there and never give up!

If you have any questions, do let me know. This forum helped us both so much and I would certainly like to help in any way I can. Next stop, citizenship town!

Good luck everyone!
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Removing conditions
Hello everyone!

My Green Card expires next year 03/07/2021 and I have a few questions:

1-) My time to send the package to remove condition should be 12/07/2020, right? (90 days)

2-) If I am from Texas where exactly should I send the package?

3-) 12/07/2020 is Monday, so should I send the paperwork on Saturday?

Thank you in advance
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After biometrics for Potomac
Hi. do you know how long it’s usually takes estimates to get approve after biometric done for YSC?
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Hi all, any update where Vermont center is with I751? I sent my docs on 02/07/2020 they updated my case on 05/14/2020 that reusing old fingerprints and no update since then.
Filed from Brooklyn , NY.

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Hello all,

I hope you’re all doing well and getting good news about your cases. UPS delivered my package for the I-751 application on October 27, 2020. I sent the package to Pheonix, Arizona, based on the information that USCIS provides on their website. As of today, I have not received any updates whatsoever, and my checks have not been cashed either. Should I be concerned? Have any of you experienced this situation? I called USCIS last week, and the representative told me to wait and call back if I don’t hear anything within a month.

Your help will be much appreciated. Thanks!
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Has anyone who had their i 751 case transferred to Lee Summit been scheduled for interview lately?My case was transferred from Nebraska to NBC Lee Summit on the 1st of Nov,just wondering when an interview will be scheduled as I saw a lot of people said it’s been over a year & no interview was scheduled.Please share your story,thanks.
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I 751
Hello everyone,I got my case transferred frm Nebraska to NBC to be schedule for interview today.Has anyone who applied for removal of condition had interview scheduled recently?If yes can you share your timeline ?I’m seeing a lot of people who have been waiting for over a year now to be scheduled.
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