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arrowFilling out Updated I-751 Form Question re: spouse signing as interpreter
May 2, 2016, 12:39 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee
Elizabeth-Oscar

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Hi All-

 

I'm in the process of submitting Form I-751 in preparation to get the "conditional" status removed from my husband's permanent residency.  The newly released Form I-751 is lengthier than the previous version and includes a question about "Interpreter". My husband's primary language is Spanish, which I speak.  Does anyone know if I, as his spouse, can sign the section for "Interpreter" (Part 9), or will we need to have a third party sign it?

 

Thanks in advance for any guidance! 

 

-Elizabeth



 
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arrowQuestion for recent NO2 receivers
April 1, 2016, 9:59 pm Last comment by PandaSong
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Which way did you first received notification of your visa approval NO2? Did you receive a text, email or app notification?



 
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arrowMultiple Filing Waiver
March 25, 2016, 10:41 pm Last comment by Ebunoluwa
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How difficult is to get a waiver approval for petitioners who had previously sponsored a K visa beneficiary? What exactly is USCIS looking for?



 
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arrowQuestions in the process
March 25, 2016, 2:59 pm Last comment by PRJelly
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Hi,

 

If my mother has two nationalities and one is the American but she has never lived in U.S, I understand there's a possibility If I have a joint Sponsor. Someone has a sample letter explaining she doesn't live in U.S, work and pay taxes there, and that I will have a joint Sponsor.  Please I need help in the process, I'm lost

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arrowDCF, Exception Merited
March 23, 2016, 6:38 pm Last comment by jbbuck
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Hi everyone,
 
I have been researching Direct Consular Filing (DCF).  Unfortunately, I cannot "file Forms I-130, Petitions for Alien Relative, with the U.S. Embassy" or consulate in Ecuador unless I "believe that (my) situation merits an exception". What types of situations/circumstances would merit an exception? 
 
I've seen on other sites that DCF may be considered in the following situations; "members of the military, emergency situations, situations involving the health or safety of the petitioner, when in the national interests of the U.S."  Are there other possible situations that would merit an exception?  I'm looking for more specifics that might help me to build a strong case for acceptance of my request.  Like, what types of emergency, health or safety situations might make a strong case?  Does being a government employee help? (I'm a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer).
 
Thanks!


 
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