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  1. I wouldn't think that there'd be a problem. If they ask just explain the situation. Your interview isn't with USCIS, but the embassy, which although they've got your papers, is different.
  2. No, I-129F is for fiancé's. You're married, no need to file that
  3. I-129 or I-129F? I-129F is the fiancé(e) visa
  4. Then how did you get hardcopy NOA2 in mail if he moved a month ago when 2/14 wasn't a month ago?
  5. Look at the instructions on uscis website
  6. For K-1? (Sorry I'm on phone website). If so yes, I'm already in US
  7. Yes, it's your aos interview. It can be up to a year from now though
  8. Oh, okay! I thought that it was always in the home country K-1 is faster than CR1 however.
  9. If you're married and still keep going on the K-1 Visa path, that's fraud, and you need to switch to CR1 (I-130). And I do believe her interview has to be conducted in her HOME country, not where she's currently residing.
  10. You can do it now Make sure you have a residence in USA and that you can prove domicile, such as filing taxes etc.