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Thread: passport/green card/interview

  1. #1
    Guest
    I was married in August/2002 and filed for green card in Sept/2002. I went for my first fingerprint to get my work authorization card and then in February went for my full fingerprints at INS in Fort Worth,TX. I have heard nothing since. Is anyone else in this same time frame as me and have recieved an interview yet?
    Also question#2. My passport will expire in 7 months. Does anyone know if this will cause a problem if I go for my interview and I have an expired passport. I cannot get another until I get my greencard and that I can't do until my interview.
    Thanks for any help at all

  2. #2
    Guest
    I was married in August/2002 and filed for green card in Sept/2002. I went for my first fingerprint to get my work authorization card and then in February went for my full fingerprints at INS in Fort Worth,TX. I have heard nothing since. Is anyone else in this same time frame as me and have recieved an interview yet?
    Also question#2. My passport will expire in 7 months. Does anyone know if this will cause a problem if I go for my interview and I have an expired passport. I cannot get another until I get my greencard and that I can't do until my interview.
    Thanks for any help at all

  3. #3
    Guest
    I am looking into it for you and will respond asap.

  4. #4
    Guest
    My lawyer told me that expired passport is ok.

  5. #5
    Guest
    In am in LA, my interview was 15 months after I applied for AOS.

    At the Consulate of your country they can extend or renew your passport anyway.

    Good Luck!

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