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arrowIts ridicules 2 years waiting for Green card and 3 RFE
October 28, 2014, 6:43 pm Last comment by Ian H.

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I came with k1 visa here in USA in Sep 2012. Get married in Dec 2012 and send the documents AOS for green card little before New Year.

In July I had my interview In Chicago. I had some instructions for some documents that they needed more in this time:

  • Affiliate of support – they wanted document form my employer husband (who just change his work) that he make enough money. We were 4 people in the household in this time – Me my husband and my step children, who live with us. He was making 32 000 include the child support so he can cover me and the children.
  • More prove for our relationship – I send a lot of document – bank statement, medical insurance and ect.
  • Medical Exams – I should make some vaccine.

I was already pregnant in 4th month with our baby and I couldn’t make chicken pox vaccine. My doctor who makes my document told me I should have a problem about that.

I send my RFE in November. After this time I my case is on pending more than a 1 year.

After i call in January, march n July to national center and they couldn’t tell me information I received a new RFE in July!!!! It was about my medical exam that was expired. That wasn’t true and after I talk with my doctor he told me the same. Never mind I made again my examination and that vaccine I couldn’t have when I was pregnant….. Again my case was on pending till 21 October…. When I receive new RFE!!!!!

  • Again my Medical Exam Is expired – that can’t be impossible!!!!
  • Joint sponsor because my husband doesn’t make enough money for 5 in 2014. But Affiliate of support was sent in 2012 and new one in 2013 when we were still 4 in our household and he could support us.
  • And they want a proof that we r still living together.


I am so lost and I don’t know what to do. Do I have to make new medical exam or send a copy that I made in July 2014 and I sent to them.


My husband don’t make 28 000 + child support that soon we can prove but won’t be enough about 2000 dollars. Do we need to look for joint sponsor?


We are thinking his parents can be our joint sponsor. Is that mean his dad and mom have to fill i-864 individually?


Do you think will be better to look for help from senator before send my documents again?


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arrowearly biometrics - strange experience
October 22, 2014, 3:07 pm Last comment by IRIScv

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I just came back from the USCIS office in Cleveland. My biometrics appointment was on October 30th, but I was downtown and decided to give it a try today. When I asked the officer if I can do it earlier, he first said "OK,no problem". Then he saw my appointment letter and said it's probably too early because it's more than a week before my appointment. According to him it might not go through and I might not get my card?! I tried asking him why he thought so and what could possibly happen and if I will get a new appointment date if this try fails. To all additional questions he kept saying " I don't know". He just kept repeating that he's not sure it will go through this early and that it might but it might not, so I should decide if I want to try it or not. First of all it pissed me off that he wants me to make a decision on something that he's giving me no info on and it really should be his expertise; second of all it seemed like he has no idea what he's talking about so I went ahead and did it. I figured the worst that could happen is that I might have to go again.
So what do you guys think? Also, is there a way for me to check if my biometrics was successfuly received? I've seen something here about calling FBI to find out if my fingerprints cleared,how do I do that?

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arrowI-130 - Section C, Q7, Q17, Q22 / none, N/A
September 22, 2014, 6:38 pm Last comment by whg

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Hello everyone.




My husband will be sending I-130 in the next few days but we have some questions regarding the form. We would appreciate some help.

I have been researching here about the topic but would like to hear your opinion as some of the posts I've read were from years ago.

So, for I-120, we've used only capital letters when listing our LAST names. Is that the correct way to do it? For G-325a we used capital letters, only.


So, here's our questions: 


Section C, Question 17 - Should he put his name on that line? What should be the name order? I saw the example given, here, and the name of the person was listed in the form as: LAST name (with capital letters), first name, middle name. Please help us understand this better. 


Section C, Question 22 - I'm currently not in the US. But should my husband list the city and country where I will be going for an interview? It seems that the question refers to people who are currently in the US but at the same time, the wording "if not eligible for adjustment of status…" refers to people who are outside of the US. In this case, if we understand correctly, we do have to put the city and country. Any opinions?


It's been written a lot regarding where to use 'none' (lower case letters) and 'N/A'. We still would like to ask for your opinion, though.

We put 'none' (lower case letters) for:


Section B, Q7: 'Other names used' 

Section B&C, Q10: 'Alien Registration Number' (both for me and him, although he is a US citizen and it should be filled as N/A, I think)

Section B&C, Q11: 'Name(s) of Prior Spouses'

Section D, Q1: 'If separate petitions are also being submitted for other relatives, give names of each and relationship.'


…And we put N/A for: 


Section B&C, Q12: 'Date(s) Mariage(s) Ended'

Section B, Q14: 'If you are a lawful permanent resident alien, complete the following:'

Section C, Q14: 'If your relative is currently in the US, complete the following:' …(We put N/A only on the first line, the other ones we left empty. Any suggestions?)


Another thing, for the question that asks for 'Other name(s) used (including maiden name)', we put my full name: first, middle, last(maiden), no capital letters for any of the names. 





We would appreciate your comments and help!

Thank you!


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arrowI-765 / I-131 /I-485 biometrics question
September 15, 2014, 4:39 pm Last comment by gingerb

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Hey folks,

I finished my biometrics appointment today. Everything went great with capturing it for the form i485 and i765 but I did not receive a request to capture the biometrics for form I-131. Is that the case with you all too?

The immigration website states that I-765 and I-131 card is issued together, is that the reason why?

Also I am afraid that my apartment number is missing when I originally filed I-131 on that form with the whole packet. I did receive the correct receipt in the mail too.

Does anyone have more insight?

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arrowNeed advise for I129F package
July 24, 2014, 9:14 am Last comment by bella&ivan

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I have prepared all the documents for the I129F. I have 2 questions:

1. Do I have to clip all the pages together, or just submit the documents without clipping them together?

2. Is a personal check for the fee accepted?


Thank you  very much


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