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Thread: I-751 question

  1. #1
    Hi everyone!
    I've applied I-751 jointly on june 2004 in Tampa, I never got my NOA... and after 3 calls to immigration we went to the local office to get the extension of my visa.
    We are thinking to move to Georgia but one of my biggest concern is if this desition would affect my process.
    Florida and Georgia both report to Texas Center.... so after 4 months we've applied to remove my conditional i dont know what to do.
    Anyone had this experience before?... please share with me.
    Thanks, so much.... and god bless you all!

  2. #2
    Hi everyone!
    I've applied I-751 jointly on june 2004 in Tampa, I never got my NOA... and after 3 calls to immigration we went to the local office to get the extension of my visa.
    We are thinking to move to Georgia but one of my biggest concern is if this desition would affect my process.
    Florida and Georgia both report to Texas Center.... so after 4 months we've applied to remove my conditional i dont know what to do.
    Anyone had this experience before?... please share with me.
    Thanks, so much.... and god bless you all!

  3. #3
    You might want to read the thread about my experience.

    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums?a=...&m=14810841711

    I moved between service centers while I was awaiting a decision on my I-751 through TSC.

  4. #4
    thanks for your answer sphyrapicus3!
    This is a nightmare, i was calling some locals attorneys for advice and to know the average time that I-751 takes and they say between 3 or 4 years!!!....
    Could you guys give me your timeline?

  5. #5
    It depends largely on the service centre's volume, of course. On average, I'd estimate the length of time for adjudication of a typical I-751 (without complications) to be anywhere from 12 to 18 months. In my ex-husband's case, as an example through the Nebraska Service Centre, it took 15 months to the day.

  6. #6
    I gave you my thread. The timelines are all in there. The quick version is:

    Sent in I-751 to TSC on April 16, 2003
    Moved March 10, 2004 (changed service centers)
    Approval letter arrived June 25, 2004 (from TSC even though I moved to VSC jurisdiction)
    Processed on July 8, 2004
    Green card arrived in mail on October 1, 2004

    Whatever lawyers you are talking to have no idea. Here are the current processing dates for I-751s:

    CSC 4/8/04
    NSC 6/2/03
    TSC 9/30/03
    VSC 3/1/04

    The max wait based on these estimates is 16 months out of NSC. Where they get 3-4 years is well beyond my ability to comprehend...

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