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arrowQuestions about F1 AOS and OPT
May 3, 2015, 1:10 pm Last comment by GurkenSalat

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My fiancee is going to graduate at the end of the month and will have OPT starting in the summer for one year.  We are applying to jobs in Europe and US and unsure where we will end up and we don't want to apply for AOS unless we are definitely staying in the US.  Can we get married at the end of the month and have her continue to stay here and work with her F1 OPT until we decide if we will stay here or go to Europe, or do we need to apply for AOS immediately after getting married?  Will her F1 OPT still be valid even if we are married?

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arrowI-34 Affidavit of Support
May 1, 2015, 9:43 am Last comment by KayDeeCee

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I've read that it is recommended to have an annual salary of $35,000 to file the affidavit on your own but on my last tax return my salary was $34,500.  Having said that, I have assets invested in the market valued at over $700,000 and a savings account with $125,000.  I feel ridiculous asking this, but will they accept that or should I try to find another sponser?  Also, I have an official letter from my bank and an official statement of my investments.  Will the embassy, in Ecuador, accept those?  Thanks!



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arrowWhat is required of the American citizen
April 30, 2015, 9:17 am Last comment by Nikita2Charles

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Should the American citizen get a background check and bring it to the k1 visa interview?

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arrowTriple checking everything
April 30, 2015, 12:22 am Last comment by fantonledzepp

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Hey, it's been a while since I've posted. We're getting ready to submit our I-751 tomorrow. We have evidence, would like people's input to see if I'm missing anything. I did follow the guide.

- Cover letter
- Fee $590
- Form I-751
- Copy of her green card, back and front
- Copies of both our state ID's showing same address
- Tax transcripts for 2012, 2013, 2014; married filing jointly
- Letter, not a lease, describing our living arrangements
- Statements of two credit card accounts showing my wife as an authorized user and card holder
- Retirement account and pension for me, with her as a beneficiary
- Health insurance card for me and statements with her as a beneficiary
- Auto insurance policy showing a joint account
- Bank statements showing a joint checking account
- Two life insurance policies for me with her as a beneficiary
- Statements of two utilities showing joint account
- Flight itineraries, boarding passes, and passport stamps for vacations in Ecuador, Argentina, Chile and Southern California (K1 visa in passport is included in this)
- Photos of us with our pets, and vacation photos. 7 photos.

If I forgot anything, please let me know, as I'm most likely mailing this tomorrow afternoon.


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arrowI feel like my list of evidence is too thin-advice!
April 27, 2015, 1:27 pm Last comment by TBoneTX

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Hi all-


I'm not a regular poster but I have received good advice in the past. We're filling out the paperwork for ROC on my husband's 2-year GC. I feel like my list of evidence is too thin, but I could just be over thinking things. Quick back story: We live with my family, and have the entire time we've been married, so we don't have a lease agreement or utilities in our names. We have a joint bank account, though it doesn't really have much in it ($500 or so). My paycheck goes into the bank account I've had since like 3rd grade, and I'll occasionally deposit $$ into our joint account for things. We don't have any joint credit cards (debit for everything, husband prefers actual cash). Hubs isn't currently working (though he has in the past and his paychecks went into the joint account) so all bills are paid from my account. Neither of us have a car (we live in a city with good public transit so it is not needed), husband doesn't even have a license. No children and none on the way. We're basically working as hard as we can so we can save for a down payment on a home. 


Here's what we do have:

1. Income tax transcripts (married filing jointly) 2012-2014

2. Affadavit from my parents that we have lived with them since we were married

3. Health/dental insurance--husband is covered by my work policy (is it better to send copies of the card or is a printout from my benefits page ok?)

4. Husband is primary beneficiary for my life insurance policy

5. Certificate of completion for pre-cana marriage counseling (we had a Catholic wedding ceremony 18 months after our legal ceremony)

6. Photos


Is this too thin? I feel like at this point I can't really do anything to change the whole banking stuff, but is there something simple I'm missing that can be included?


Thanks for your help!

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