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Hi every one. We are getting close to our interview which is the 20th of this Aug but while we are gathering our calls and chat history, we decided to change our screen names to our real names before we could print it.

To our dismay, our real names were not reflected to the months or a year or calls and conversation we did. No matter what we did, it was reflecting the our made up names!!! Please help me! Any idea on what i can do to be able to prove to make the immigration officer believe us??? Anyone had this experience? please give us your input. Need asap.

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I didn't go through this but... Maybe go to your different skype profiles and print them off so it shows it is you? The email addresses, the names, DOB on profiles, locations..And then I wouldn't bring it up unless you're asked.


Met 2008. Moved in together 2010. Married 2015. Baby Z joined us 2017 . :wub:

AOS Timeline 350 days

 

May 31/15 - Sent AOS/EAD/AP to USCIS

June 4/15 - Email and text notifications they were recieved

June 10/15 - NOA1 for AOS/EAD/AP Dated June 1

June 17/15- Change of address confirmation

June 22/15- Biometrics appointment received

July 1/15- Biometrics appointment done(5 minute appointment, 8 hour round trip drive <_< )

August 5/15 - Change of address submitted for new location

August 8/15 - Mobile/E-mail notifications for approved EAD/AP :)

August 17/15 - Change of address confirmation after calling in

August 17/15 - EAD/AP Combo card mailed out(To the wrong address, and then lost by USPS)

September 3/15 - Contacted USCIS and was told to re-apply with a new application and fees?! Put in a service request online for lost card, and a complaint

September 8/15 - USPS found & returned card to USCIS

September 15/15 - Ombudsman contacted USCIS

September 17/15 - Card mailed back out

September 19/15 - EAD/AP Combo card finally in hand

September 22/15 - NPIW letter received, dated September 9/2015 estimated 6 month wait

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November 27-30/15 - Traveled using AP

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January 31-February 7/16 - Traveled using AP

February 10/16 - Sent in RFE, delivered Feb 16

April 16/16 - Service request filed, RFE was never updated online

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Every consulate is different but for me, everything I corresponded with was my alias name that is commonly used by everyone. Only official documents was in my real name thats printed on my birth certificate. I even made some mistake when labeling the pics saying ('alias name' and I)


AOS Date Filed : 2015-05-27

Got rejection notice on May 29, 2015 for an incomplete application

Receive rejected application on June 6, 2015

Resubmit June 8, 2015

Delivered June 9, 2015

NOA Date : 2015-06-16

Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-06

EAD and AP Approved Date : 2015-08-14

Date Combo Card Received : 2015-08-21 (Received my card about 6hrs apart on the same day they sent an e-mail that they shipped my card).

Receive Potential Interview Waiver Letter: September 9, 2015 sigh!!
AOS Approved without interview 2015-10-08 :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :star: 3 MONTHS AND 22 DAYS AFTER NOA1 (F)
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I met my husband through eharmony and continued our chat through yahoo after and he never used his real name in chat but his screen name. Never had a problem with the consul during the interview, as long as you have ALL the legal documents correct. You have pictures and other proof of relationship, don't you? Plane ticket when he/she visited you? That might help too. Hope you'll have positive outcome. :-)

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Hi every one. We are getting close to our interview which is the 20th of this Aug but while we are gathering our calls and chat history, we decided to change our screen names to our real names before we could print it.

To our dismay, our real names were not reflected to the months or a year or calls and conversation we did. No matter what we did, it was reflecting the our made up names!!! Please help me! Any idea on what i can do to be able to prove to make the immigration officer believe us??? Anyone had this experience? please give us your input. Need asap.

We didn't use our real names as well. We have usernames but it's close to our real name.

I have taken a lot of screenshots of our Skype video chats because I've read that I would be needing them in the future.

Screenshot Skype photos of you and fiancee while the IDs appear. Like the photos I attached(taken from Google). As you will see in the photos, the Skype IDs appear with your video.

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Edited by CaliforniaBae

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If you are so concerned about this then your chat log can be edited as a word document to remove your "alias" and replace it with your legal name. Go to the home tab in your word document, to the top at the far right there is the caption "Replace", after clicking on to replace then two box appears - Find what (type in your alias), Replace with (type in your legal name), click the highlighted tab at the bottom of the box (replace all). In five seconds all your alias names are removed and replaced by your legal name. Pretty simple if you follow thess instructions and please remember to save the document after these changes.


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If you are so concerned about this then your chat log can be edited as a word document to remove your "alias" and replace it with your legal name. Go to the home tab in your word document, to the top at the far right there is the caption "Replace", after clicking on to replace then two box appears - Find what (type in your alias), Replace with (type in your legal name), click the highlighted tab at the bottom of the box (replace all). In five seconds all your alias names are removed and replaced by your legal name. Pretty simple if you follow thess instructions and please remember to save the document after these changes.




ThanKkyou so much fort this info. I will try it!



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