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Today's Popular Immigration Discussions:

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#3 Please Advice
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#4 MY K-1 GOT APPROVED!!! VICTORY.
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#5 How to increase my mother in law chances for a visitor visa?
 
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Recent Immigration Discussions:

arrowVaccination question
November 27, 2014, 9:09 am Last comment by Canadatousa
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I'm preparing myself for the interview and medical exam. I picked up my vaccination record and noticed that I am missing a couple from the required list. Rotavirus and Varicella. I'm not sure how to proceed with this because in reviewing the two vaccines, one is for childhood diarrhoea related and the other is a chickenpox vaccine. I had chicken pox as a child. So, can I even get these as an adult or can they be waived? 



 
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arrowMy wife received a visa stamp in old passport
November 27, 2014, 8:42 am Last comment by Stressed Out
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My wife had to apply for a new passport to change her middle name because of marriage, she received a new immigration visa stamp in old passport, which had visitor visa on it. They cancelled the visitor visa and stamped immigration visa on next page. Is it ok for her to travel to the US or should we go back to embassy and have the stamp on the new passport? Please advise, has any one had this happened. thanks in advance for the help.



 
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arrowFiancÚ beneficiary has serious medical developments, what are our options?
November 27, 2014, 6:58 am Last comment by Lorvin
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We are July filers, going through Texas, so we were hoping for NOA2 sometime in the next few months. My fiancé went to the hospital a few days ago and it looks like he may need a liver transplant. He's from the UK, so it's probably best that he gets cared for by NHS, rather than try to travel in his condition and get on my insurance and then wait on a list here. Also, my work and insurance in intermittent, which would not help matters.

This means he will need to stay in the UK for much longer than the 4-8 months we were expecting. Do we have to forfeit our K1 application and start over from scratch when he's well? Can we be put on hold?

I'm just finding out about this this morning, happy thanksgiving :(
so I don't have any more info than what I'm sharing here. Any info you can provide will help calm my racing brain. Thanks much.


 
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arrowHappy Thanksgiving! Any other Case Completes This Week?
November 27, 2014, 6:09 am Last comment by Pinay1
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Anybody have a case complete this week?



 
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arrowWhen to start the process for spouse
November 27, 2014, 4:36 am Last comment by Jnin
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I am a US citizen living in Italy with my Italian husband. I have not worked since I moved to Italy 2009 & we married. We now want to move to San Diego, CA. Our plan was to for me to go first and to find employment and have him follow. My husband is in the process of selling his business in Italy so we will have a large amount of savings. I don't have a permanent address in the US as I am in Italy. I was going to crash at a friend's house for a couple months.

 

Would we be better off waiting until I have employment to start the proceedings? If we file immediately will changing my address in the US complicate/slow down the process? If we wait will time spent living apart been seen as unusual?

 

Any advice is appreciated. I'm getting different adive from lawyers, usually depending on what would be beneficial to the lawyer!

 

Thank you!



 
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