What are my options if my I-829 18-month-extension is expiring soon? - EB5Investors.com

What are my options if my I-829 18-month-extension is expiring soon?

My I-829 18 month receipt will expire soon. What should I do?

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A Olusanjo Omoniyi

A Olusanjo Omoniyi

Immigration Attorneys
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As long as your I-829 remains pending, you will remain a conditional permanent resident and you will continue to receive further extension.

Ying Lu

Ying Lu

Immigration Attorneys
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If you need to travel internationally or work, please make an INFOPASS appointment with the USCIS. You will get an I-551 stamp on your passport extending your status.

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Immigration Attorneys
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If you need to travel, you have to get a temporary green card stamp. This can be difficult. Some people are getting very frustrated that the government will not give proof of lawful status to permanent residents and are filing mandamus actions to accelerate adjudications.

Lynne Feldman

Lynne Feldman

Immigration Attorneys
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Call the USCIS Customer Service and request an INFOPASS appointment to go to the local office, and get a stamp in your expiring extending your PR evidence for another year.

Phuong Le

Phuong Le

Immigration Attorneys
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Get an infopass appointment and get an I-551 stamp. That''ll extend it for another year.

Irina A. Rostova

Irina A. Rostova

Immigration Attorneys
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You need to schedule an infopass appointment at a local USCIS office to receive an I-551 stamp in your passport. It will serve as proof of your residency for 1 year.

Belma Demirovic Chinchoy

Belma Demirovic Chinchoy

Immigration Attorneys
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Try for an INFOPASS if you need the 551 stamp.

Fredrick W Voigtmann

Fredrick W Voigtmann

Immigration Attorneys
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If your extension receipt is expiring in less than 30 days, you should call the USCIS Contact Center to schedule an INFOPASS appointment for you, then go to your local USCIS district office to receive an extension stamp in your passport. The stamp will be valid for one year and allow for work and travel.

Kristal Ozmun

Kristal Ozmun

Immigration Attorneys
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You will need to make an appointment at your local USCIS office to get a stamp in your passport.

Stephen Berman

Stephen Berman

Immigration Attorneys
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Contact the USCIS customer service, request "infopass" and get an appointment for a passport stamp to prove you are still in status.

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