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    You shouldn't need to because technically your case is still active, but if you call the consulate to "check" on your case and keep it active during your long wait (assuming that that is what happens), then there shouldn't be a problem. We've had quite a few members go through this and none of them have had their cases closed.
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    Question I-601A Approved and Case Closed-Need Info

    Can someone tell me if an appointment is needed for ASC for fingerprinting if that process has already been done here with I-601A? Also case was closed today, how long is it taking for them to issue appointments and how far out are they being issued?

    Thanks in advance for your help!!

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    Have an appointment date!! Questions about getting there and what to expect!

    We've got the 2 appointments scheduled for July 10th and 11th.

    Looking into logistics now. Is it safe to drive? To take the family there and back by plane will be $4-5,000. I'd rather buy a minivan and drive. I'm a teacher so off during the summer when our appointment is scheduled.

    Are there any potential hang-ups to doing it this way? Will there be a problem at the border?

    any information is welcome!

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    An ASC appointment is needed. From what my wife tells me when they take your fingerprints again your picture/information is shown. Its to verify it is you and not someone else doing the interview. It took my wife i think 2 months to get an interview and was about close to two month advance notice of interview date.

    Quote Originally Posted by chicad84 View Post
    Can someone tell me if an appointment is needed for ASC for fingerprinting if that process has already been done here with I-601A? Also case was closed today, how long is it taking for them to issue appointments and how far out are they being issued?

    Thanks in advance for your help!!

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    My family and I just got home yesterday. Best bet is to cross thru Zaragoza POE. We went thru a smaller POE and it wasnt the prettiest or funnest drive. My wife and I with our 4 and 7 yr old drove to Juarez from Arizona so wasnt too bad. Just make sure you have Cellular roaming active or better yet get a GPS which is something I wish we would have taken. Everything is within walking distance so we got there on Monday and left on friday afternoon and only moved our car those 2 times.
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    Entry to Mexico and leaving Mexico cost about $1.50 ($26 Pesos)
    No problems what so ever entering mexico its entering into USA thats where the problem lies. Also make sure you get Mexico car insurance.. I got mine thru: http://sanbornsinsurance.com/

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    So the police certificates are requested even if the person is and has been in the U.S since 19years of age? I am asking because my husband has been here since 19 and never arrested in Mexico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmartinez View Post
    So the police certificates are requested even if the person is and has been in the U.S since 19years of age? I am asking because my husband has been here since 19 and never arrested in Mexico.
    Correct he will need them. If he was in Mexico before the age of 16 then he wouldn't need them from what I read.
    Last edited by JosephS; 05-31-2017 at 07:30 PM.

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    So if he was in Mexico before 16 then no he would not need them. But if he was before 19 yrs old he will. So if he has been in the US for so long will he have to get them by going personally to Mexico? We tried having my mother in law go and they mentioned he had to go in person.

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