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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • After having gone through this personally (I'm a Brit, my wife is American) the best I can say is try not to worry about it mate. Easier said than done I know. I was really nervous at the time and waiting in the immigration office for a couple of hours (even with an appointment) doesn't calm the nerves much. But I had nothing to worry about.

    What stage of immigration are you at? We (after waiting for years) just went through the "removal of conditions of residence I-751" interview. The entire intervie
    • Which card did you have to wait 10-12 months for? I got my permanent resident card (Still conditional though) in 4-5 months. And in about 1 year and 3 months we'll have to apply for removal of my conditional status and go to an interview.
      • See the reply I made to my own comment. I too got my initial card fairly quickly. Once you have the interview to remove the conditional status you get the permanent card. It's that card that could take 10-12 month's to arrive (so the Immigration Office told us). This is obviously not a big deal as you are already here in the States at that point.