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arrowMailing AOS Package
July 28, 2014, 3:56 pm Last comment by blackknight1609
Jose&Eli



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Hello VJers,

 

We are getting ready to submit the AOS application with all its contents to Chicago Lockbox and the instructions on the guides suggests:

 

"Use ACCO fasteners to hold together thick or bulky applications or petitions. Two-hole punching the top of the material for easy placement in the file is appreciated. Exception: Petitions filed at the Chicago lockbox should use paperclips when attaching supporting personal documents to forms instead of “ACCO” fasteners; staples are acceptable when attaching fees."

 

I was getting ready to start punching holes and use ACCO fasteners and read this, I'm thinking about using a paper clip to hold the documents together, however I am worried that the documents will come loose in the envelope.

 

Any suggestions?  Thanks in advance!



 
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arrow17 yr old attending high school in USA
July 28, 2014, 2:31 pm Last comment by NigeriaorBust
wavj



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Hi,

Can a 17 yr old who has tourist visa attend public high school ? Does he need an F1 visa? He wants to attend only for one year to improve His English and go bk home.


Can he live with a relative?


Thank you in advance


 
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arrowSSN with the stamp on my passport??
July 27, 2014, 9:04 pm Last comment by ayf0308
ayf0308



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Can i go get my ssn just with the stamp I got? Or do I need to wait for my green card??


 
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arrowNaturalization Application Part 8
July 27, 2014, 12:55 am Last comment by KASH2011
RinoGattuso

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Hello all,


I have a question regarding Part 8 of Form N-400. It asks how many total days I have spent outside the United States during the last 5 years. I have been a permanent resident for only 3 years but I am married to a US citizen and qualify now to apply for citizenship.

This question in Part 8 seems to assume the applicant has been a permanent resident for five years.

I have spent only 7 days outside the US in the last 3 years. Should my answer be 7 days, or 7 days plus the 2 years before entering the country as a resident.


Any help will be appreciated!


 
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arrowGreen Card approved how to adjust my daughter's status??
July 26, 2014, 3:14 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee
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I got my green card approved yesterday, and since I got the 2 year one, I asked the officer if I could adjust my daughter's status with it, she has been living with us here in the USA all the time under a tourist visa just like me... He then said that my husband would have to do it for.me and it would be easier since she falls in the category of immediate relative (child, stepchild) my question is, I am closing to do the paperwork work all by myslef, and I need help with what forms I need to send and how much will the fees be, thanks in advance! !


 
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