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  • LPR expires may 2004

    Filed I-751 in Feb 2003. Got an extension till 2004 May 10.

    Should I wait till May 2004 & then go to local INS office ?

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    Filed I-751 in Feb 2003. Got an extension till 2004 May 10.

    Should I wait till May 2004 & then go to local INS office ?

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    • #3
      I think you should go around end of april and they will stamp your passport.

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      • #4
        Unless you need to travel, whether you have the NOA extended or not is moot. Your status is the same whether you have the NOA extended or not.

        As long as USCIS received your I-751 in time, your cpr status has been extended until they adjudicate the petition (see below). If you need proof that it has been extended you can get your passport stamped.

        The following memo from Acting Director Yates was sent out on December 2nd, 2003.

        Documenting a Conditional Resident 's Status

        According to the regulations at 8 CFR 216.4(a)(1),"Upon receipt of a properly filed Form I-751,the alien 's conditional permanent resident status shall be extended automatically, if necessary,until such time as the director has adjudicated the petition."¬ĚThus, any conditional resident who has filed a Form I-751 remains a conditional resident until a decision is made on his or her Form I-751. Such conditional resident is eligible to receive evidence of his or her conditional resident status.


        See http://uscis.gov/graphics/lawsregs/h...ensn120203.pdf for the full text of the memo.

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