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I have my Greencard!

Old Aug 20th 2002, 12:12 pm
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Talking I have my Greencard!

After nearly a month of waiting, it finally arrived yesterday :PARTY:

My timeline is as follows:

Timeline as follows:
11/24/01 - Filed I-129F
11/28/01 - 1st NOA
2/20/02 - 2nd NOA
4/29/02 - Interview in London
5/8/02 - Arived in Detroit
6/7/02 - Legal Wedding
6/21/02 - Adjustment of Status (done in person in Detroit, the only place that does this. Received temp Greencard stamp).
7/25/02 - Welcome letter arrived - Greencard should arrive in 3 weeks.
7/27/02 - Welcome letter no. 2 arrived - Greencard should arrive in 3 weeks.
8/19/02 - Greencard arrived. A further copy of the welcome letter arrived (they really want to welcome me, it would seem)

Now I just need to find a job.

Rick
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Old Aug 21st 2002, 2:41 am
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Wow, I need a new calendar. Mine only shows 30 days in November...I could really use
the extra time around the holidays!

Just kidding with you, best wishes! "RickQ" <[email protected]> wrote in
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shexpats.com
...
    > After nearly a month of waiting, it finally arrived yesterday :PARTY:
    > My timeline is as follows:
    > Timeline as follows:
    > 11/24/01 - Filed I-129F
    > 11/25/01 - 1st NOA
    > 11/26/02 - 2nd NOA
    > 11/27/02 - Interview in London
    > 11/28/02 - Arived in Detroit
    > 11/29/02 - Legal Wedding
    > 11/30/02 - Adjustment of Status (done in person in Detroit, the only place that
    > does this. Received temp Greencard stamp).
    > 11/31/02 - Welcome letter arrived - Greencard should arrive in 3 weeks.
    > 11/32/02 - Welcome letter no. 2 arrived - Greencard should arrive in 3 weeks.
    > 11/33/02 - Greencard arrived. A further copy of the welcome letter arrived (they
    > really want to welcome me, it would seem)
    > Now I just need to find a job.
    > Rick
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 
Old Aug 22nd 2002, 2:07 am
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    >11/32/02

    >11/33/02 -

What kind of date is that? No wonder INS screw up, they don t have the same calendar
or is it British calendar?

!>Now I just need to find a job.
    >May be it was voluntary, but you didn t need to wait for the green card to get
a job. You could have worked almost immediatly if you wanted too ( u just needed
toask for an EAD.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2002, 7:48 am
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RickQ wrote:
    > After nearly a month of waiting, it finally arrived yesterday :PARTY:
    > My timeline is as follows:
    > Timeline as follows:
    > 11/24/01 - Filed I-129F
    > 11/25/01 - 1st NOA

One day to first NOA???
    > 11/26/02 - 2nd NOA

One year and one day to the second NOA Plus, since it is only 08/22/02, you are in
some odd timezone
 
Old Aug 22nd 2002, 7:49 am
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RickQ wrote:
    > After nearly a month of waiting, it finally arrived yesterday :PARTY:
    > My timeline is as follows:
    > Timeline as follows:
    > 11/24/01 - Filed I-129F
    > 11/25/01 - 1st NOA

One day to first NOA???
    > 11/26/02 - 2nd NOA

One year and one day to the second NOA Plus, since it is only 08/22/02, you are in
some odd timezone
 

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