VSC, I-751 and a NEW twist!

Old Aug 22nd 2003, 12:29 pm
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Claude has not filed his N-400 yet. Basically because i've not done it for him. *lovingly gritting teeth*

Rete, we asked the passport agent in Ottawa if we could remove the greencard from the passport and he replied sternly..."No...do not remove it, I have no idea why it's stapled, but don't remove it". I found the number to the Canadian Embassy in Washington DC and plan on giving them a call to find out what they suggest is the best way to handle this. Seems nothing has been 'normal' with us since the get-go.
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Old Aug 22nd 2003, 3:23 pm
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I also receive the same mail today.
Notice date is 08/18/2003
post office stamp from VT is 08/20/2003
Date Filed is 20020613
I did also submit N400 06/10/03
Fingerprint in Newark 08/01/03

Thank you very much to Lkish for all your postings.

jason


Rete <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Yup Jim just called. It was in today's mail.
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    > My thought is still that they have finally decided to clean up the
    > backlog of removals and this is just a "courtesy" notice.
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Old Aug 23rd 2003, 12:21 am
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Jason,

No problem. We're all in this together so we should help one another as much as
possible. I can remember as far back as our K-1 petition (Vancouver) and
getting approval in 14 days from VSC. The timelines all went downhill from
there! We've just decided to take it all in stride and not get too overwhelmed
by it all. Since we were married five years ago I had pancreatitis (which
ultimately caused diabetes), cancer and made redundant from my job after 19
years!. Luckily my health is under control and getting a new job was easier
than I thought. We are in our early 40s so why get all crazy over BCIS stuff.
It will all work out in the end. But it's always nice to vent!

Linda and Chris
Can-Am Class of 1998
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 3:42 am
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I will not be applying for naturalization, as doing so will result in
the loss of my Malaysian citizenship, and we don't want that to happen
- we're hoping to spend our retirement days (sadly, a long way off!)
back in the tropics.
 

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