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arrowWhen u can apply for driving licence in California?
September 29, 2014, 2:23 pm Last comment by NLR
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Hey friends I came here on k1 visa I already applied for AOS but I went to DMV today to get driving licence but they said I hve to wait for green card Bcz on my i 94 expired after month and they need atleast 60 days visa on I 94 form to issue me licence . So can someone plz help me ???


 
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arrowIV packet? Only received email checklist.
September 29, 2014, 8:47 am Last comment by Ryan H
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Hi everyone,

the AOS and IV are paid for. Now all we've got is an email pdf saying;

 

Step 3: Submit visa application form

Step 4: Collect financial documents

Step 5: Collect supporting documents

Step 6: Submit documents to the NVC

 

There's a checklist too. Is a 'packet' via snail mail a thing of the past? They haven't even emailed me the forms.

 

ALSO, all this evidence - can it just be photo copies or does it have to be certified?

 

regards,

 

Popey



 
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arrowIR1 questions, NVC stage
September 26, 2014, 9:54 pm Last comment by lirpa11
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Hello

My husband and I are at the stage to submit our I-864 and IV packet. I have what may be a few silly questions.... Please help?

1) do we receive any paperwork regarding these or do I just post it off from what I find on the net? For the I-864 I use the cover sheet from online payment system, and submit with our evidence and the completed I864 form, u and for the IV packet I just send my husbands birth certificate, police clearance, marriage certificate etc? I've seen something about a checklist but never received one and a bit confused.

2) for the I-864, do I list our Australian address on it as residence and postal address and just attach a cover letter regarding steps we have taken to reestablish domicile? Or do I need to list a US address (my family's address) so they have a usa residence on file? I've read you must show domicile is in the USa (or show we intend to reestablish domicile) however I don't see this question in black and white on the I864 form.

3) my husband has applied for the federal police clearance. I haven't read anywhere that he needed the fingerprint check, so we went with the basic full federal police clearance. will this be knocked back as wrong?

I'm just a bit confused on these items, and not entirely sure if I understand it right.


 
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arrowAOS what happen after biometric taken ??
September 26, 2014, 7:49 pm Last comment by A&B
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Hey friends I came to usa on k1 visa and we applied for AOS last month I already got biometric appointment so can someone plz tell me how long whole process will take ? I checked my case status online they already transfer my case to NSC . And also when I ll receive my work permit ??


 
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arrowBuying a house.... Question about title
September 26, 2014, 9:48 am Last comment by TBoneTX
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Hi Guys, I recently received my 2 year conditional GC in August 2014.

 

Now we are looking into buying a house. 

 

The issue is, my wife's credit history score is around the 500's, we are trying to improve on it.

 

I started working in May 2014, and I got approved for a pre-approved credit card at chase.

 

I recently checked my score on credit Karma, and it was around the 700's mark.

 

I always pay off my credit card, and use less than 9% of my total limit.

 

I was wondering, if I buy a house under my own name sometime next year, and when time comes to ROC, will this be seen as unacceptable, seeing that my wife possibly wont be on the house title, if her credit score is still low (We don't want to pay a higher interest rate)?

 

If we both go for a joint home loan, we both will be assessed individually and they will take the person's lowest score to give us a mortgage loan, i.e a higher interest rate, which we don't want.

 

We would still have joint utility bills under our names, shared accounts etc.

 

She is the petitioner, and I am the beneficiary.

 

Thanks



 
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