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  • Question about the I-1551 Stamp

    Do you guys think this is OK:

    Our interview did not stamp the passport (saying that we did not really need it) but he did shake our hands and said that our application has been approved and that from that point I was a lawful permanent resident and my GC will come in the mail in the next 3-4 weeks.

    Is this typical? We have been married for 3. 5 years, never submitted for conditional, did not submit any docs for advanced parole. Should I worry about the fact that we did not get a stamp? Is it really that important?

    Our interviewer did say that I will be eligible to apply for naturalization in 2 yrs and 9 months.

    Am I just stressing or has anyone had this sort of experience?


  • #2
    Congrads . Your case has been approved . You are now a LPR .

    Some DO's stamp your passport , some dont . If you have to travel and you are yet to receive your card in the mail , you can schedule an infopass to have your passport stamped .

    Hope this answers your question ..


    • #3
      It does. Thank you.


      • #4
        Do they normally send any sort of notification via email or update online right away indicating in writing that case has been approved?


        • #5
          You should get the welcome letter in mail in about 2 weeks.
          Get the papers ready for the next journey namely citizenship.

          PD Nov-2001 Regular EB2 OHIO
          I-140 ND 10-7-2003 AD 12-14-2004 NO RFE
          I-485 ND 11-21-2003 AD 12-15-2004 NO RFE
          FP 10-21-2004 ( BOTH )
          EAD2 Applied 12-08-2004

          SPOUSE I-485 ND DEC-8-2003 AD MAR-16-2005
          RFE :: I-485 12-16-2004 ( SPOUSE ) Birth certificate and Affidavits , replied ( Feb 2005 )

          PP STAMPED 12/27/2004 ( SELF )
          PP STAMPED 03/25/2005( SPOUSE )