Attorney Mooradian's client, a juvenile who is currently a lawful permanent resident, had submitted his application to remove the conditions of his permanent resident status several months ago. However, a receipt extending the status never came. Due to complications caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS is reticent to allow Infopass appointments.
The client intended to travel internationally within two weeks of his inquiry to USCIS, however, the agency indicated that a Tier 2 officer would not be available for a call back until 30 days later. Mooradian was able to negotiate for a call back within five days, at which time he was able to schedule an InfoPass appointment. Mooradian was able to attend the InfoPass appointmnet with his client, where the officer asked some questions about the procedural posture of the case. It appeared that USCIS had not issued an I-751 receipt in error, and the officer was then able to provide an ADIT stamp into the Petitioner's passport. The ADIT stamp will serve as proof of lawful permanent resident status for one year. Most likely, the client's permanent resident card will be renewed within that time frame. If not, Mooradian can obtain another extension via stamp through a similar process.
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