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Thread: please help me ......thanks

  1. #1
    Hi,everybody !
    I had the interview last week .but the Ins did not say anything about my case .they told my lawyer that my documents is ok but they want to check my background .i really worry because i don't know what they will check . does anyone have the same case like me ? please give me some opinion ....thank you so much
    ps: they took my green card ( 2years) back and they need two of my photos ..so it means they will approve my case or not ? please help me .....

  2. #2
    Hi,everybody !
    I had the interview last week .but the Ins did not say anything about my case .they told my lawyer that my documents is ok but they want to check my background .i really worry because i don't know what they will check . does anyone have the same case like me ? please give me some opinion ....thank you so much
    ps: they took my green card ( 2years) back and they need two of my photos ..so it means they will approve my case or not ? please help me .....

  3. #3
    Mindy - you didn't provide enough details about your case for anyone to help. If you'll explain more, I'm sure there will be some suggestions from the more senior members here.

  4. #4
    Background checks are absolutely normal, everyone must have one. However, explain about the greencard being taken.

  5. #5
    I'm confused about this too. It almost sounds like this may have been an I-751 ("Remove Conditions on Permanent Residence") interview. The fact that she had a 2-year card to begin with tells me her I-485 was previously approved as conditional, and the I-751 would have been the next logical step.

    Assuming the I-751 was approved, if USCIS took back the conditional green card and asked for photos, they must have contemplated replacing the card. Had the I-751 NOT been approved, she would have gotten a "Notice to Appear," or received some other indication that she was no longer in a valid status, right...?

    In my wife's case (which was an I-751 approved w/o an interview), she was asked to come into the Memphis office solely to have her pictures taken. She DID surrender her 2-year card at that time, but received a temporary I-551 stamp in her passport, and the 10-year green card arrived about three weeks later. I think the rationale is that USCIS doesn't want people holding more than one green card at the same time, even where one may be expired.

    To make a long story short, I think we're dealing here with an approved I-751, but there's simply not enough information to say for sure. I hope mindy2007 will come back and add further detail. --SJR
    ____________
    I'm just a J.D. I cannot give legal advice, except for the following:
    See a reputable immigration attorney for help.

  6. #6
    I am very glad to receive the answer .thank you so much .
    my case is I-751 waiver (because we divorced ).i go to interview without my husband but i have some documents to prove my marrige is good faith.after the interview ,because i don;t have the picture( for green card ) so they told me to take the picture and give it back to them in that afternoon.after the interview they told my lawyer that my documents is ok and they need to check the background .then they will call for my lawyer today (the same day with interview) or tomorrow . I have been waiting over one week but they didn't say that they agree or not . I am really worry about my case and i don;t what will they check about background .please help me............

  7. #7
    They took my 2-year card back at that time but they did not stamp anything on my passport.they told my lawyer that they will call in that day (the same day with interview ) or tomorrow but they did not call over one week.that's why i am really worry about my case .please help me
    ps: because i live in usa only three years so my english is bad ..please sympathize for me , thanks you

  8. #8
    Its different with everyone though....

    I also did the I-751 waiver,due to divorce.
    And my application was approved without an interview,due to enough evidence.I also did not have to turn in my 2 year green card nor asked to give return it.

  9. #9
    please read the above question and give me some opinion about my case .thank you so much ...............................

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