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    Removal of Conditions, NO INTERVIEW!

    My husband received notice that he has been approved for the removal of conditions and will receive his 10 year greencard within 60 days. We didn't even have to have an interview!
    Amber Amores-Villalobos
    *Married 8/18/06
    *Sent in Forms 10/06
    *Interview 12/19/06
    *Hubby received greencard 1/07
    *Submitted paperwork to have conditions removed on 10/12/08
    *Received approval notification for 10 year greencard 1/5/09
    *Hubby became a citizen in July 2010! It's over!!!!
    *Crap, now my mother-in-law wants to adjust
    *Mother-in-law a LPR January 2011

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    Congratulations!!!!

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    That's great! congratulations!!

    I hope we are as lucky as you are
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    Sep 1999 - Husband EWI
    Oct 2005 - Married (civil)
    Jan 17, 2006 - Filed I-130
    Sep 11, 2007 - 1st Interview for CR-1 visa
    Sep 13, 2007 - Infopass: APPROVED!
    Dec 6, 2007 - Received 2-yr Green Card
    Jul 6, 2009 - USCIS Received I-751 (Removal of GC Conditions)
    Aug 14, 2009 - Biometrics appointment
    Sep 3, 2009 - Notice of I-751 Approval
    Sep 14, 2009 - Received 10-yr Green Card
    Dec 20, 2010 - USCIS Received N-400 (Naturalization)
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    Congratulations!

    Interviews for I-751s are rare. They are usually done for two reasons:

    > Quality control. USCIS has to interview a certain (small) percentage of all its I-751 cases just for quality control purposes. This interview is usually just a formality.

    > USCIS has doubts about the marriage and calls the joint applicants in for an interview. This also is not something to worry about if you have a bona fide marriage.
    I am not a lawyer. The info I provide are based on my experience or things that I have read about. Please always do your own research and make the best choice that will work for your particular situation.

    N400 Timeline:

    08/17/08: Sent N400 to TSC
    08/20/08: TSC received N400
    08/21/08: TSC cashes check (OUCH! YAY!)
    09/02/08: Received NOA
    ..................Notice date: 08/22/08
    ..................Priority date: 08/20/08
    ..................NOA says to expect interview after 730 days (HELP!)
    09/02/08: Received biometrics letter
    09/18/08: Biometrics completed - Charlotte ASC at 10:00am
    10/24/08: Received interview letter
    12/08/08; Interviewed at 1:00pm. APPROVED!!
    01/05/09: OATH CEREMONY AT 10:00AM. We are now USCs!!

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    Congratulations! Did you go through VT or CA? (I'm guessing CA...)

    2006 Nov. 16 -- Notified of I-601 approval!!!!!
    2006 Dec. 8 -- Hubby finally back in the US - Legally!
    2008 Dec. 2 -- mailed I-751 (overnight)
    2008 Dec. 3 -- I-751 received at VT Service Ctr. per P.O. delivery notice
    2008 Dec. 8 -- I-751 fee cashed by USCIS ("receipt #" on front of cancelled check, but not in USCIS online system)
    2008 Dec. 8 -- greencard expired (cutting it close, I know....)
    2008 Dec. 12 -- I-797 (NOA) for I-751 arrived; "Receipt date" is listed as 12/4; "Notice date" is listed as 12/8.
    2008 Dec. 16 -- I-797C (NOA) for I-751 arrived
    2008 Dec. 18 -- ASC Biometrics Appt. Notice Arrived ("application #" listed, which is different than "receipt #' and is in USCIS online system, through Receipt Date listed online - 12/10 - is different than on the I-797 NOA)
    2008 Dec. 30 -- Biometrics Appt. (completed)
    2009 June 1 -- Conditions Removed; 2009 June 4 -- I-797 (NOA) came in mail to let us know!
    2009 June 23 -- New 10-yr. GC came in the mail!!!
    2013 Aug. 16 -- Hubby became a U.S. citizen. A loooong journey finally ended - happily

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