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  • mmorales
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    Form I-551 is the name of the Permanent Resident card or the temporary stamp that is placed in a new LPR's passport.

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  • Aguila
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    GO TO ANOTHER SCHOOL, I had some issues to, but spoke to the boss at the school, and everything got clear out.

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  • imf
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    I posted recently asking whether or not a conditional permanent resident with an application pending to remove conditions can attend college. Well you were all right as I suspected and confirmed by the INS during a visit to the local office yesterday. However, this ****ing school official at New Mexico State University still refuses to accept my I-751 (form received from INS indicating my resident card is extended for one more year) from the INS. The ***** said that the I-751 only indicates permission to work and travel. The INS said otherwise but won't give me any documentation saying so. The ***** at NMSU mentioned some other form (I-55 or I-551,...something like that). Does any one know what the hell she's talking about? What the **** can I do now? I have been to INS twice now. They told me that NMSU should call them to verify what they told me. NMSU says that's not their policy.

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  • imf
    started a topic Just very angry. Anyone with advice?

    Just very angry. Anyone with advice?

    I posted recently asking whether or not a conditional permanent resident with an application pending to remove conditions can attend college. Well you were all right as I suspected and confirmed by the INS during a visit to the local office yesterday. However, this ****ing school official at New Mexico State University still refuses to accept my I-751 (form received from INS indicating my resident card is extended for one more year) from the INS. The ***** said that the I-751 only indicates permission to work and travel. The INS said otherwise but won't give me any documentation saying so. The ***** at NMSU mentioned some other form (I-55 or I-551,...something like that). Does any one know what the hell she's talking about? What the **** can I do now? I have been to INS twice now. They told me that NMSU should call them to verify what they told me. NMSU says that's not their policy.
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