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Hello everyone. We are new to this.

I am german citizen and my fiance from the united states (west viginia). This is my 4th time visiting here on a vwp. I never had the intension of staying but already had some troubles at the border due to the length of my stays. Which have been usually up to 3 months so basically the full 90 days. Since they always let me in is there any concerns based on what happened? Red flags?

I have about 2 weeks left before i have to go back home. Since we are in a relationship for about 2 years now my girlfriend asked me to stay. I cannot deny that we have never talked about it in the past but we certainly havent really planned on it.

Now...this might sound a little off but a while ago we read through this forum and found out about this option 'aos adjustment' so i decided to send her all the needed documents through mail if we ever decided to do such thing. I am really honest here with you guys. I mean you are in a long distance relationship for so and so long but you gotta find out how everything goes when you actually live together. We love each other and everything works very well so we are ready for the next step.

I am 28 yrs old. She is 27 and about to start medical school. There is no income other than hopefully a tutoring position whenever shell start school. Her mother would sign for us. We asked her recently.

should we hire a lawyer since im going to overstay? Or should we take a different route? So much that goes through my head.

How long would it take to adjust so i can go home and get everything else in germany in order so i can leave?

I certainly have enough savings to pay for all the costs that are related to this process but what if we get denied...

i wouldnt think so since we have a lot of evidence in pictures, chats etc. Would we have to have a joint bank account ?

Thanks in advance

the timmons (nickname picking sucks hehe)


2015-08-28 : I-129F Sent

2015-09-01 : I-129F NOA1 (Received) (Transferred to CSC)

2015-09-03 : I-129F NOA1 (E-Notification)

2015-09-08 : I-129F NOA1 (Hardcopy)

2015-10-07 : I-129F NOA2 (E-Notification)

2015-10-13 : I-129F NOA2 (Hardcopy)

2015-10-30 : NVC Received

2015-11-05 : called NVC, Received Case Number ( https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker )

2015-11-07 : NVC Sent (checked status via CEAC Stat Tracker "in Transit" - it's not the official Transit Date, probably sent on 11-06)

2015-11-09 : Embassy Received (Frankfurt, Germany)

2015-12-01 : Package 3 Received ( http://germany.usembassy.gov/visa-application ), ( DS-160 )

2015-12-08 : Medical (Hamburg, Germany) ( German panel physicians )

2015-12-15 : DS-3025 (Hardcopy) in the Mail

2016-01-09 : Package 3 Sent to Embassy (Frankfurt, Germany)

2016-01-14 : Package 4 Received (E-Mail)

2016-01-27 : Interview (Frankfurt, Germany) - Approved

2016-01-29 : Visa Received in the Mail

2016-03-22 : POE (Detroit, United States)

2016-03-24 : Applied for SSN

2016-03-28 : Received SS Card in the Mail

2016-06-04 : Marriage

2016-07-20 : AOS Package sent

2016-07-22 : NOA1 (E-Notification)

2016-07-27 : NOA1 (Hardcopy)

2016-08-15 : Biometrics in Charleston, WV

2016-09-30 : EAD Approved and Card in Production

2016-10-20 : EAD Card received in Mail

2016-12-27 : New Card is being produced

2017-01-05 : GC received in Mail

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Here are the forms you'll need if you go the AOS route: http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide2

AOS is normally a DIY process. Most people shouldn't need a lawyer and one won't make it easier with the USCIS. If your relationship is real you should not have any issues.

good luck whatever route you decide to take.


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Thank you JohnR. We appreciate your answer. Have a great weekend.


2015-08-28 : I-129F Sent

2015-09-01 : I-129F NOA1 (Received) (Transferred to CSC)

2015-09-03 : I-129F NOA1 (E-Notification)

2015-09-08 : I-129F NOA1 (Hardcopy)

2015-10-07 : I-129F NOA2 (E-Notification)

2015-10-13 : I-129F NOA2 (Hardcopy)

2015-10-30 : NVC Received

2015-11-05 : called NVC, Received Case Number ( https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker )

2015-11-07 : NVC Sent (checked status via CEAC Stat Tracker "in Transit" - it's not the official Transit Date, probably sent on 11-06)

2015-11-09 : Embassy Received (Frankfurt, Germany)

2015-12-01 : Package 3 Received ( http://germany.usembassy.gov/visa-application ), ( DS-160 )

2015-12-08 : Medical (Hamburg, Germany) ( German panel physicians )

2015-12-15 : DS-3025 (Hardcopy) in the Mail

2016-01-09 : Package 3 Sent to Embassy (Frankfurt, Germany)

2016-01-14 : Package 4 Received (E-Mail)

2016-01-27 : Interview (Frankfurt, Germany) - Approved

2016-01-29 : Visa Received in the Mail

2016-03-22 : POE (Detroit, United States)

2016-03-24 : Applied for SSN

2016-03-28 : Received SS Card in the Mail

2016-06-04 : Marriage

2016-07-20 : AOS Package sent

2016-07-22 : NOA1 (E-Notification)

2016-07-27 : NOA1 (Hardcopy)

2016-08-15 : Biometrics in Charleston, WV

2016-09-30 : EAD Approved and Card in Production

2016-10-20 : EAD Card received in Mail

2016-12-27 : New Card is being produced

2017-01-05 : GC received in Mail

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