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arrowHow many birth certificate translation do i need for concurrent filing?
July 30, 2014, 11:01 am Last comment by Harpa Timsah
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Hi. How many certified translations do i need of my birth certificate?

One for the whole package or one for each form? Thanks!



 
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arrowHi, just married under tourist visa. Getting all forms ready for concurrent filing!
July 30, 2014, 9:18 am Last comment by A&B
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Hi. If you have any tips please let me know! 

Today i have my medical examination, and if everything goes well, im ready to send the package tomorrow.

Quick question, do i have to translate the copy of my birth certificate if it's in spanish?



 
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arrowI-130 fee from outside the USA
July 29, 2014, 10:33 pm Last comment by Dualie
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So I am currently in Argentina and my checkbook I left back in the states no thinking I'd ever end it down here. I'm just looking at a few possibilities of what I could do. Check is the only way to do it right?

I got all my papers for the I-130 ready but no way to pay the fee. Could I send in the packet to the Chicago lockbox and have my mom send in the check separately? Or does it have to be with my packet or they won't accept it? I run into the problem that my mom lives in the country and they don't deliver mail where she lives, she has a po box, so sending my papers to her via fed ex would be tricky, or impossible since they won't deliver to po box she has.

Also if she was to send a check could she get one of mine and just fill it out for me with my consent? She doesn't have a checking account now so it would have to be from my check book. Super complicated I know!

It's terrible living abroad for this stuff!

Other side question. For supporting documents of us really being married, we just got hitched so we have nothing that's in both of our names, nor can we since I'm on a tourist visa in Argentina and they won't let me open anything with her, we have tried. Do you think. Not sending a supporting document will hurt us? What advice would you have for this? We got married civilly and after that in the church, so would the church document be worthy enough to show it's serious? I live at her parents house right now so could I have them just write a letter? I'm super lost at this point.

Thanks in advance!


 
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arrowIs there anything that helps a petition enter the "auto expedite" queue? (split topic)
July 29, 2014, 4:07 pm Last comment by Ryan H
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Is there a good consensus yet of what helps you get to the auto expedite?

I'm living abroad with my wife (just recently married), we have our own place but it's in my name only. We are moving in a month though so we whre thinking of starting the I-130 process using the address of her parents as if we have lived there. Would this be the smartest way to go? Or could it cause issues since we don't officially live there or have the lease in our names?


 
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arrowTuorist visa possible before starting immigrant visa for wife?
July 27, 2014, 11:23 pm Last comment by Ryan H
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I just got married a month ago in and was about to start my argentine wife's immigrant visa this month but recently my mom was diagnosed with cancer. I would like my new wife to meet my mom before she possibly goes as it could happen in the next few months. However, my wife didn't even have a passport before we got married and it just came in the mail last week.

I know the process for a tourist visa is fairly quick, around a month which would work perfect as that's when I plan to visit her from here in Argentina.

My question is that if we try to get her a tourist visa I know we have a small chance, but it would be worth it. The hope would be that they would let her go with me up until December to help take care of my mother, and then we would plan to come back to Argentina then because I promised her to spend Christmas with her family this year and she has to finish off a few exams that month for her university studies. So it's not with the intent of illegally staying there, we have to come back.

Is it even possible to get a tourist visa in this situation? And more importantly, if we try to get a tourist visa for her now, will that in any way affect me when I start her spousal visa process at the end of August? My fear was that if we try for a tourist visa and she gets denied, then they won't let me immediately after that start her immigration visa or that it might spark a red flag.

Could anyone educate me on this? I'm super confused and didn't find any answer . Thanks in advance!


 
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