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Hi all - I feel like I know you all already from reading all your posts. There is a lot of valuable information here and I am sure I'll be back with more questions but now that I am just starting my journey and I am in the stage of putting all the info together for the original submission.

I am wondering about the Part B, Question 18, explanation of meeting in person. How detailed should this be; just a summary of when we initially met (on line) and then about the in-person meetings or a detailed narrative?

My fiance is Canadian - he had previously lived and worked in the States for 3 years (7 years ago) thus he has a valid SSN. This is confusing to me... Although he would have to apply for AOS once he gets here on the K1, can he actually look for a job right away considering he has the SSN already?

Thanks to all,

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No.. one can only work when one has an Employment Authorization Document from USCIS. You can apply for it at the same time as you apply for AOS

And you can make it as detailed as you want it to be... Some use only a few lines, some write pages... It's up to you on how detailed that you want to be... me.. I used about a paragraph or two.


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Welcome to VJ!!!!

I'm a fellow Canadian, so double welcome to you!!!!

For the explanation of how you met, you can just do a one-page explanation of the dates and places you met, etc. There's no formal format to follow, just explain it in your own words.

Good luck for a speedy approval once you get your petition mailed off.


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