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arrowPetitioner must ALSO fill out & sign Affidavit of Support
October 29, 2014, 9:33 pm Last comment by CoreyJay
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Hi all -

 

We had our interview in Lima, Peru yesterday and were approved! This post is to warn anyone that might not know:

 

If you are having a friend/family member fill out the Affidavit of Support for you, please note that the PETITIONER MUST ALSO FILL OUT AND SIGN A COPY.

At the interview, when they realized that I (the USC petitioner) had not completed an Affidavit of Support, they had me fill out and sign an Affidavit of Support copy to hand in together with the Affidavit that a family member had helped out with.

Because I was present at the interview, this slight inconvenience caused no delay or large problems, just a rush of adrenaline and a little panic.

However, for petitioners who cannot be present at the interview, or who are sending everything from the USA, not having a signed Affidavit of Support form could potentially cause very long delays!

 

For those of you with interviews coming up, please triple check that you, too (the USC petitioner), have filled out and signed a copy of the Affidavit of Support. 



 
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arrowDS-260 Purpose of Entering US
October 28, 2014, 12:58 pm Last comment by dwheels76
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There is one question I'm not sure how to answer on the DS-260:

"Do you seek to enter the United States for the purpose of performing skilled or unskilled labor but have not yet been certified by the Secretary of Labor?"

 

For a CR-1 visa would this be an automatic no? The primary purpose is to be together as husband and wife in the US, but obviously employment would be in the picture eventually.



 
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arrowAdditional Administrative Processing after interview
October 28, 2014, 12:54 pm Last comment by awaywego
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What additional administrative processing are they talking about? Any ideas for how to avoid too much of that, so that we can have the visa in hand sooner?



 
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arrowWhat do they look for in the medical exam?
October 28, 2014, 12:50 pm Last comment by TBoneTX
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What exactly are they looking for when doing the medical? What disqualifies an applicant?

 

Say the applicant has a birth defect. The birth defect hasn't affected their life negatively, but perhaps there may be liver problems when the applicant is older because of the birth defect. Disqualified?

 

To what extent are they strict in the medical exam?



 
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arrowHelp needed with Removing Conditions
October 28, 2014, 1:16 am Last comment by tuckin14
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Hello all,

 

My wife has to file in January to remove her conditions as her green card expires in April.

 

I have a few problems though, none that will change her immigration status because that's rock solid. Two kids, tons of proof. No issues.

 

This is the problem:

 

My sister-in-law just got diagnosed with a brain tumor. The doctor's are still debating how long she has left and treatments (things move very slow in Peru), but with my estimate of looking things up on the net is that I'd be surprised if she has more than 6 months. She lives in Lima, Peru. We are helping to take the financial burden of her family so that her spouse can be with her. My wife wants to go to Peru to be with her sister and spend her final months with her before the inevitable. Problem is that it collides with the deadlines for the visa. I would expect that she could be back by April 15th (when her visa expires) but what should we do in the meantime? Like I said, other than this, they have no reason to even give us a RFE. I have tons of info for them and it should be an easy case. 

 

The finances also suck because I need to get heart surgery (we have insurance but I have 20% coinsurance, will be between $2,400 and $4,500 my oop max), we are helping my sister in law's family, soon to need $2,400 to send 3 people to Peru for 5/6 months, and now the $600 (roughly) for the green card. Finances are very tight. Struggling here so can't really afford a lawyer either.

 

Thanks for your help!
David



 
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