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arrowAOS Joint Sponsor?!
September 3, 2015, 10:05 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee

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  Hi Visa Journeyers!



I'm in a bit of a sticky situation. I came to the U.S. in July  on a k-1 Visa and was married last week. I'm about to submit my AOS package but the problem is my wife is currently unemployed and my  original joint sponsor lost their job back in February of this year. My question now is should I still submit my joint sponsors affidavit of support seeing how their W-2 etc. was refelcted from  the last tax year  2014 ? What do I do in this case? I don't want to submit my AOS package and have delays. Could I use my own income to adjust my status? The company I worked for in Canada has U.S. branches. Can I explain to  USCIS that I will resume my old position once I'm granted my work permit? Answers would be greatly appreciated  because I'm so confused and stressed  right now on how to go about this. Thanks in advance!!

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arrowCannot get proof of Hep A/Might not have got it?
September 3, 2015, 10:01 pm Last comment by BRlove

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I'm concerned, my medical is on the 8th and the only thing we (Ontario Public Health) and my doctor can't find is proof of my Hep A. I'm almost certain I got my Hep A when I went to Mexico in 1997/8....

The thing is the office that would have the info is closed until the 8th :/

If they have it on record, would they be able to fax it to Dr. Lyndon in Toronto and if they don't, is it something that will get me denied a visa, even if I get it after the medical and show proof at the Immigration Interview? Public health told me that they're puzzled why Hep A is even needed as it's more for third world countries and travel outside the US and Canada.

I mean I'm pretty sure Cuba requires Hep A and B and when I went in 2010 I had to show them my vaccination card and they didn't detain me or deny me entry....so....I'm very confused.

Any insight would be great.


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arrowEAD Combo card never arrived...
September 3, 2015, 3:03 pm Last comment by B-2-Z

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So my EAD/AP combo card was approved on August 8th. I got the notice that it was mailed out on August 17th... We've moved a couple times and the tracking number shows that it was sent to our old address(Even though USCIS says it wasn't) We have mail forwarding set up and as of August 20th the tracker is stuck at "forwarded."


I've called the post office, they have no idea where it is, just that it was sent to Minneapolis to the sorting center on the 20th, and the tracker was never updated after that. I called USCIS a few times, the tier 2 I spoke to today told me that I have to reapply and pay all the fees for them and start again. SERIOUSLY?!


I've filed a service request for a missing card, and the ombudsman office...


Is anyone else going/gone through this? Now what? 

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arrowEvidence of meeting within the last 2 years.
September 3, 2015, 11:43 am Last comment by Dave&Roza
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Hey everyone, another question! 


As I've mentioned previously in another post, me and my future spouse both have Enhanced Driver's licenses to visit each other, so no passports to stamp.


While I'm waiting to get my passport, is there anything else that we could use as proof of evidence?

Would gas receipts that he has purchased in Canada be good enough proof? Items he's bought in Canada be proof enough?


How much evidence do I need to have to be sufficient enough, would you suggest? 


Thanks in advance!


I feel so unprepared and It's upsetting, haha. 



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arrowIntent to Marry - US Embassy Address.
September 2, 2015, 7:00 pm Last comment by Zedayn
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Hi there, it's me again.


I have a question regarding the Letters of Intent to Marry that me and my fiance will be writing (see attached example gyazo link). https://gyazo.com/a91d542b2f6fe8a6973fb514ea8fedc3


Specifically the section which states 'United States Consulate, [Name of Country where Embassy is Located].


On my letter of intent (as a Canadian beneficiary of a K-1 visa) am I to provide the information for a Canadian embassy abroad near my fiance or the information for the nearest American embassy? 


And as for my fiance's letter of intent (as an American petitioner) should he also be providing this information?   If so, what information would he provide here?  I assume the embassies we would indicate would be opposite one another but am not sure. 

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