I received an RFE and returned it. I forgot to add one additional information from the original RFE that they asked. Can I send it now? I know it state to send with original RFE form (colored copy) and I do not have it because I send it with my first response.
I'm trying to gather all of the documents needed for our interview next week. As I'm going through the checklist, it asks for:
- All documentation establishing your eligibility for Lawful Permanent Resident status. (What exactly are they looking for here?)
- Original and copy of each supporting document that you submitted with your application. (Am I supposed to bring everything I submitted with the AOS application?) Do I need to make a copy his K1 visa, passport biographical page, USA entry stamp on passport, and I-94 like I did for the AOS application? Does he need to bring any passport photos to the interview?
Wow, they want so much documentation over and over again. Thanks for all of your help VJ members.
We have our AOS Interview next week. We don't have any engagement/wedding rings. We plan to get some, but unfortunately we won't have them in time for the interview. We were thinking to buy some cheap bands in the meantime just for interview. Or does it really matter? I know some married people don't wear rings at all, but I don't want them thinking this marriage isn't valid because we aren't wearing rings. Has anybody experienced this type of situation before. Any advice?
Brother was Approved at the embassy yesterday in Jamaica. His dad, a permanent resident accompanied him to the interview. My brother said he was asked two basic questions - who petitioned for you, when was the last time you traveled to the USA which he answered in March-April 2013 for 3 weeks. His father was asked many questions. The updated Tax Statement 2012 and AOS were all requested. A local agent from the consulate had made contact to the # on file about 30 days ago to inform us of the updated dcks they will need to process the case.
I wish the very best to those who will follow through with the process. I pray that the future threads will remain as informative as they have been and members as this helps. I also pray that the threads will remain as peaceful as they have been lately. Overall while the wait is longer ... cases that are interviewed for a F2A visas are generally a walk in the park. The approvals are not as high as the quickly processed CR1 as it reviewed in detail to reduce visa abuse. I know the wait is hard especially to those who has spouses/children who is unable to travel to see them.
Always remember that the request for a Travel visa (B1/B2) is viewed differently from the F2A visa so with that said -> feel free to apply .