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arrowNew Islamabad AP-Tracker, Part III
November 23, 2014, 1:43 am Last comment by AaliPDX786

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This thread is the continuation thread for "New Islamabad AP-Tracker, Part II," which has been closed because of its size.

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arrowHas anyone had medical exam at Pensacola, Florida?
November 21, 2014, 11:56 am Last comment by MC&C

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Hi. There are two doctors approved by USCIS near me (Pensacola) and I would like to know if somebody has done their medical with them. I already had my medical in my country but they didn't give me a copy of the ds3025 because they said they couldn't since I was a k1 (trust me I insisted to get that paper but nothing I could do) so I'm getting married soon and I need the vaccination supplement which I also need bc of the flu shot. I called these two doctors: 1. They told me since I don't have a vaccination record I need to get the in a lab who charges me $343 to get all the vaccinations for adjustment and after that I have to go to the doctor and pay $150 for his signature. 2. This one told me they don't do just the vaccination part they do all the medical exam for $200 plus any vaccination I need to get, I am kind of confused bc she said I was getting everything done there including blood test to see if I had my vaccinations but I called another day to make sure and she asked me for my vaccination record and If I didn't have it I would have to get them again. i am not sure about that bc the lady on the phone had really bad English, she was the only one working there and I don't know if this second option is gonna End up being more expensive or not :S. Also this doctor is new in the list of USCIS so no idea how it works with him or her. Has anybody had the medical in Pensacola?

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arrowWhereabouts of the "Draft of Obama's Immigration Plan" thread
November 14, 2014, 2:41 pm Last comment by TBoneTX

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This has been moved to the "US Immigration News and Discussion" forum and merged with a couple of other threads.  Please continue discussion there.

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arrowRecieved my green card! Now my stepfather (who was my sponsor) is divorcing my mother.
November 9, 2014, 10:41 am Last comment by OKflyboy

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So, two years ago when things were all good in the marriage front and the concept of a family was appealing to my stepfather. My mom and stepdad started the process to bring me (then 20) to the US. It all went good, we filled out the forms, got the medical examination, went to the interview and got my visa. I moved to the US and have been living here for almost a year (as a legal permanent resident with a green card and social security card) when things in their marriage started going downhill and this ended up in them separating. Now he's filing for divorce. My question is, will my legal permanent resident status be affected by that? My stepfather was my sponsor during this whole process since (at the time) he was a citizen and my mom was a permanent resident. Now my mother is a citizen. 

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arrowUnusual circumstances.. best approach to obtaining k1 visa?
November 6, 2014, 10:32 pm Last comment by TBoneTX

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have been lurking for a few weeks now and I must say that these forums are an excellent form of information with a great community.


however i couldn't find anyone with similar circumstances that I have with my girlfriend.  Hopefully I will be saved from moral lessons, as I only want advice on what can be done to improve our chances of obtaining the visa.


To get to the point, last December I went to Ecuador which is my birth country (I'm a US citizen), I unexpectedly began dating and fell for my girlfriend whom is 9 years my minor. I am 29 and she is 20.  What makes it a rather uncommon relationship is the fact that she is my second cousin. I have visited Ecuador 3 times since then, so we are meeting in person more than every 6 months which I believe is beneficial to proving the relationship is legit.


We want to apply for the K1 visa, with the intentions of marrying within the 3 months of her coming here. however I feel that we may have a problem convincing the interviewer that we are a legit couple because for one her second last name is the same as my last name and also because of the age differences. On top of that, for last year I have w2 income of 13.5k which falls short of the poverty level guideline for a household of 2, this year i have returned to college full time and have been completely dedicated to that and as a result have very minimal income (weekend jobs) that don't amount to much. I plan on having a co-sponsor as one of my parents to overcome this.


I would like to know if anyone is/was in a similar situation and what my course of action should be.


Would it be wiser to go for a B-2 visa for now and later on go for the K-1 once i'm financially stable or would providing lots of proof of our relationship and having a co-sponsor prove to be enough?


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