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arrowreturn DS-160 confirmation number for K-1/Brazil
September 22, 2014, 10:32 pm Last comment by mariana2225

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On the packet 3 e-mail with instructions for the interview it says:


DS-160 – your interview will be rescheduled if you fill out the form incorrectly and/or incomplete

Please return the Confirmation number of DS-160 through email by: October 2nd, 2014


So should I reply to that e-mail with my Confirmation number or write them a new one? Does it make a difference?



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arrowVisa issued and printed
September 22, 2014, 10:05 am Last comment by DarkKiss
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Your visa has been printed. Depending on local procedures at the location where you were interviewed, your visa will be mailed or available for pickup soon. If there are further questions, or if we need updated contact information, you will be contacted.

  Thank to VJ members..I had my intervieu in Rio De Janairo Brazil on 12/09/2014.. My visa is issued 19/09/2014 just waithing for delivery but no mail yet please can someone tell me what next to be expecting

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arrowUSCIS Immigrant Fee - I130 Question
September 21, 2014, 8:50 am Last comment by Dairen30

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Hello guys, am a bit confused I didnt read anything about this immigrant fee, am assuming it has already been paid. But when checking NVC process the immigrant fee is mentioned, stating that it needs to be paid in order to get the green card mailed out. I was under the impression that there wouldnt be any more fees unless I file for the cr-1 to remove the conditions. I tried logging in to that site mentioned below but unfortunately is on maintenance. I would really appreciate it  if someone can enlighten me if I need to pay this fee or I would just get the green card mailed without paying this fee? My wife landed 7 days ago and her passport was stamped after that all the documents remained with the office and she was given the letter that also mentions this fee. 


USCIS Immigrant Fee -  You must pay the USCIS Immigrant Fee to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) after you receive your immigrant visa and before you travel to the United States. Only children who enter the United States under the Orphan or Hague adoption programs, Iraqi and Afghan special immigrants, returning residents (SB-1s), and those issued K visas are exempt from this fee. Select USCIS Immigrant Fee on the USCIS website for more information. Important Notice: USCIS will not issue a Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551 or Green Card) until you have paid the fee.



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arrowDoubt after sending the I-129F
September 19, 2014, 1:21 am Last comment by Girl from Celebes

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Hello all, I'm new here and I've been reading a lot of forums just to prepare myself for this whole process. I just had a doubt on the 34A. question on the I-129F form asking "describe the circumstances under you have met." What I wrote in those small three lines was

" I met xxxx at the bar he was working at during my internship in Porto Alegre, Brazil." I mean that really was all that I could fit anyways. I know I could have attached another paper but I thought that was sufficient enough to answer how we met... but I think I interpreted the question wrong. 


So I was thinking that I was suppose to just describe how we met. I've been researching more and I see many users saying that we have to describe how we met in the past two years. Since it didn't specifically say describe all the circumstances that you have met in the past two years I didn't put this down. I was living over there when I met him and then went back two more times. I'm just freaking out now because I feel like I didn't answer that question well after reading what many other users wrote and now I'm scared they are going to make me do it again. Can someone direct me to the right track to eliminate this doubt? Thank you advanced!

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arrowKids who are no longer dependent
September 17, 2014, 2:55 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee

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I'm working on my husband's AOS. He arrived  with his K1 Visa in January and we got married in February. When I applied for his visa, I had 4 of my kids living here and were dependents. Now my oldest sons (19 and 20) both have their own income. My daughter who will be 18 in a month moved out in January. She didn't like moms rules and thought it was ok to drinlk and so things that I do not approve of so she went to live with her aunt. When I file my 2014 taxed, I intend to only claim her until; August. When I send in the package for the green card, if I claimed all 4 as dependents on my 2013 tax return and only claim one as a dependent for the Green card. Since they were dependents in 2013 so I have to claim them since those tax forms are the ones I am sending.

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