Hello Ya'll. I went for my interview on June11th,2013. The Officer stated that she will make a decision and I will get a response in a week. Well it is not quite a week yet, but my online status has not changed from "Interview and Testing" and that concerns me. I just received the Form i130 that says application approved which is not soothing my nerves because after reading the letter, it doesn't really mean anything positive at this time as it says "it doesn't mean my application is approved just because they approved the 130". Our interview was fairly simple, just basic questions like DOB, Address, when we met, when we got married etc, but I had been arrested before over traffic warrants and that was way back in 2005, and I brought her evidence that the case has since been cleared and that I don't have any issues with the police/law in my city, and yes, she kept that copy. She did not ask for any more original documentation except for my I-94 and my original passport with the Visa in it. She kept the i-94 and returned my old password. A little history, I am an F-1, status expired in 2006, filed in March 28th, Interview was done on June 11th, 2013...
Maybe I need to chill out and wait my week, but the nerves are killing me. Please help me understand what that might mean.
This is just so stressing,My wife's income doesn't qualify for federal income requirements. Now a couple wants to help sponsor us,they have 2 kids and one is over 18. How does this go ,will both of them fill in the forms?Do they need to combine their incomes?IS the son who is 18 included in the household size?Anybody please help me on this,am confused and blank.
This is the USC. My husband (LPR) and I are doing paperwork for my step daughter (his daughter from earlier marriage). She was brought into the US at age 6 and just recently turned 18 and has graduated from High School.
We have some questions and hope we can get some answers from members of this forum as we work on the forms.
Our first question is on the I-130 Section D Question 2. Our answer to this question is obviously 'Yes' but we are uncertain about what 'Place and Date of Fililng' to put after the 'Yes'
Is place the nearest USCIS office where we went for interview or the Chicago Lock Box or the city where we live? And date, is it the date that is on our application forms or the date we went for interview or the date that appears on his green card?
Am celebrating becuase exactly 6months today since on AP and we are communicating via skpe and phone in evry 6hrs since we get in to this long so called AP and we are still hoping to be together as husband and wife, but this is coming frustrated trying to figure out what realy steps shall we take from here about our case to get out of this AP? Guys comeon