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Thread: removing conditions many times

  1. #1
    I applied to remove conditions, but my biometric appointment got lost.
    I didn't know it, but then I found out, and applied again.
    Now I am very nervous that it may happen again, and I am curious: how many times can one reapply, in theory? Two, three, many? If there
    will be a valid excuse for doing so, of course.

  2. #2
    I applied to remove conditions, but my biometric appointment got lost.
    I didn't know it, but then I found out, and applied again.
    Now I am very nervous that it may happen again, and I am curious: how many times can one reapply, in theory? Two, three, many? If there
    will be a valid excuse for doing so, of course.

  3. #3
    hi apply ,well first let me ask u this . what do u mean it got lost? who lost it the immigration u mean? and how did u find out if it got lost ? who told u that?

  4. #4
    they said that they sent me a biometric appointment letter, but I
    never received it, so we assumed it got lost somehow. So, I didn't go
    to the appointment. I waited and waited and then received a message
    that my case was dropped. I went to immigration, and reinstalled the
    case, paid a new fee, and now I am waiting for biometric letter again,
    worried that it may be lost again. And I just wondered, can one apply
    yet again, and then again, or is there a limit?

  5. #5
    so the letter what actually got lost in the mail not your case and thats a diferent story . i thought they told u they lost your case inside the local office. this happened alot before bcoz uscis send the letters in the regular mail and sometimes they get lost. so how come u didnt file a motion to reopen? why refile the whole thing again? but anyway if you'r worry then what u should do is to go there once a month (info pass) to make sure everything is ok and if anything was sent to u by mail

  6. #6
    I reopened, and now I am waiting for my second biometric letter to
    arrive, and wondered, suppose it will get lost again, can I apply
    again? How many times can one apply, is there a law or something?

  7. #7
    well wait a min, u said first that u reapplied and now you'r saying u filed a motion to reopen? so which one is it? did u file a motion or u filed a new i-751?

  8. #8
    what do u mean a letter saying your case was dropped? from who the uscis? u mean they denied it for Abandonment? or what?

  9. #9
    well you'r not beign clear , if u have filed a motion to reopen this takes 3-4 months to get an answer ok . but if your case was denied for Abandonment then u have to file a new i-751 as soon as possible. so which one did u filed exactly?

  10. #10
    well, I do not understand your whimsical legal jargon. I applied once - it failed, because I didn't do my biometrics, because the letter was lost. Now I applied again, and I am asking, how many times, theoretically, can one apply, since I already have two. if there is a limit or not?
    I am not interested in other things.

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