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arrowI applied for re-entry permit but don't need it anymore. Do I have to show it for my two weeks travel?
October 1, 2014, 9:23 pm Last comment by Hypnos

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Hi everyone,

I am a green card holder since January 2013. On January 2014 I applied for re-entry permit thinking that I had to travel for a long period to home country due to family reasons. Finally it was not necessary for me to travel but i got re-entry permit and was sent to the embassy in my home country. I am planning to visit my family only for two weeks next November 2014.

Question is: Do I really need to pick up document from Embassy? If that is the case, Do I need to show it when returning to the US? or green card and passport are enough?

Any input will be much appreciated.

Thank you.

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arrowUnmarried Son Over 21 - Visa Interview
September 27, 2014, 12:57 pm Last comment by NigeriaorBust

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       Next week I'll have my visa Interview in Buenos Aires for the category Unmarried Sons and Daughters of U.S. Citizens over 21. I wanted to know if anyone had this experience and what kind of questions they usually ask. Once I get my visa do I need to move to the States right away? How long can I wait to do so?


Thanks a lot for your help!

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arrowAdjustment of Status after entering the US on a B2 Visa
September 18, 2014, 5:05 pm Last comment by UnaMexicana
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Hi all,


new user here.


Here is my scenario:


I have met my fiancee online (she is a US citizen, we met in April this year) and we met each other in person back in August this year, everything went spectacularly well for us. My plans are for the next couple months to quit my job in November, go on a long vacation to see her (I am a B2 visa holder) for about a month aproximately.


  My question is, what would happen if I decide to stay longer with her and we eventually get married, 4 months after my arrival to the country, and apply for an adjustment of status? Cause to be honest I don't want to go through the whole 'saying good-bye' process ever again, it was so painful.


When the interview comes, how will I be able to prove my intent was NOT to get married and apply for AoS? Right now I live with my parents in my home country. I have bank and credit card accounts here in my country, together with services at my name and a small amount of debts.


Please I need advise for my situation, it would be highly appreciated. Also I invite anyone who did this and everything went just fine, to simply share his/her experience.


Kind regards and thanks in advance for all the feedback.

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arrowWedding Jitters / Cold Feet - Share your stories!
September 17, 2014, 2:26 pm Last comment by chiggins82

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I'm the US Citizen, I've been married previously and my previous marriage was very abusive, and a nightmare; Lifetime Channel movie worthy. I got out, but there are some scars I'm still working on healing, which may take a lifetime, if they ever heal.

Its just a few days until I marry my fiance, and I'm getting cold feet.


I just have so many concerns flying through my head. With my ex husband, I never cared... I wanted nothing to do with the wedding planning, I wasn't nervous, I wasn't excited, I was just numb. That's probably a bad sign in and of itself.


Now... I am most definitely not numb. I'm terrified of making the same mistakes, even though my current fiance has been nothing but gentle and sweet to me. He's great with my children as well, and our day-to-day interactions are surreal. I've never been this happy! My children adore him, my friends and neighbors think he's the biggest sweetheart (and he is).


But I still wonder... Am I right for him? Is he right for me? Is this right for the kids? Will he change after we marry? Is he using me to get to a Green Card?

We've been together over 2 1/2 years. I've gone to visit him and his family several times, he's always been a complete gentleman, treated me with nothing but love, respect, tenderness. He's here now and its the same. He holds open doors, doesn't let me carry anything heavy, in general treats me like a goddess. He's great with my children (12 and 11 respectively), and they absolutely adore him. He builds forts with them in the backyard, plays with them, when he has to discipline them, he has talks with them that seem to get through better than I could imagine. They listen well, respect him, and just love him already.


Anyone else get pre-wedding jitters?

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arrowHow can i contact a live representative at USCIS?
September 16, 2014, 9:53 am Last comment by iamatemple

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I've been trying to speak with a person but the robot says that i should call between 8am-6pm. Right now im in Houston and is 8:53 and Chicago is one hour ahed of us. I dont know why it keeps telling me that...

Any sugestions?

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