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About milimelo

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  • Birthday September 5
  • Member # 29033

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    Evanston, IL

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Phoenix AZ Lockbox
  • Country
  • Our Story
    April 2005 First met R 28/10/2006 Got married 18/11/2006 DCF Filed I-130 at local embassy (approved on the spot) 02/12/2006 Received package 4 14/12/2006 Interview scheduled Re-scheduled for 9 January 2007 14/12/2006 Medical Exam 09/01/2007 IV Interview - Visa approved and received 05/06/2007 Visit to US 19/12/2007 Infopass - no green card yet!

Immigration Timeline

  1. There's a ban of at least 10 yrs for her. Given that you're living in her home country hard to prove hardship for you if she's not granted immigrant visa.
  2. Given that you're still married, your marriage certificate is current. Send a photocopy as required.
  3. Find a CPA that handles US expats taxes and sign an engagement letter with them. The cost of tax preparation is deductible on next year's taxes. We're not considered expats (government employees) but file taxes with a CPA - best $150-200 ever spent.
  4. If you know there will be a ban and you'll need a waiver, don't do the medical as it will expire and you'll have to do another one.
  5. Why in the world would they want to reschedule? Better to be done with AOS and ROC is a piece of cake if it's a genuine marriage.
  6. What specifically about your illness prevents you to travel?