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arrowMinor mistake on St. Lukes Pre-registration
August 2, 2015, 1:31 am Last comment by Shauneg

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Hi everyone!


My fiancee has a 2 year associates degree in computer sciences but put down "Vocational" for Highest Educational Attainment when she probably should've put College/University (I googled what a 2 year associates degree is considered after she told me what she put in that field).


Does she have to re-do her pre-registration to make this one change? I assume Highest Educational Attainment isn't that major in the grand scheme of the medical/visa process and hoping she doesn't have to re-do her pre-registration for this?


Thanks in advance!

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arrowWhat else do we need?
August 2, 2015, 12:43 am Last comment by Pitaya

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Fiance arrived July 12.

We have printed the I-94.

She has her passport, and required stamps at P.O.E. Chicago.

Do we need to take anything other than the printed I-94, and her passport to Social Security?

Also, could this cause any problems?
Entered July 12.
90 days is October 9, 2015.
The officer wrote in her passport Sept. 2, 2015.
Obviously, he made a mistake that was discovered after she got here.

Her printed I-94 "plainly says, good until October 9, 2015.
So the passport says one thing, the I-94, printed copy says October 9, 2015. If you count 90 days, July 12 to October 9 is 90 days.

Do any of you see a problem here? Thanks!

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arrowDenied B2 Visa...advice help!
August 1, 2015, 1:40 pm Last comment by KierenHby

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My sister-in-law was just recently denied the B2 Tourist visa and she was given a letter stating denial under Section 214(b) of the US Immigration and Nationality Act.  So I am here to help assist her and seek VJ advice.


Upon review of her package, she meets the criteria of having "ties" to her country (Philippines).

  • Educated:  Holds a Masters Degree and currently going to school for 2nd Masters
  • Employed: Human Resources Manager for an Aviation School
  • Bank Account:  Has enough finances to fund her trip here for about 1 month

I believe the reason she was denied was because she told them the reason she wanted to come here was to visit her sister (my wife).  The CO basically asked her about my wife (how long has she been here, working, etc) and did not bother to ask her about her trip plans or employment. 


She does not have any property/business ownership or any other assets that she can claim.  She does have family there in which she supports wholly, most especially her parent's medical needs.


So, my questions are:  Would it help if:


1)  she obtained a medical statement from her father's doctor stating his condition and that she is the only one that can support him in his medical needs?


2)  obtained a letter from her employer stating that she has been an employee of theirs for XX years and that she is  essential to the administrative operations of the school?


3)  obtained a copy of her future classes and tuition paid?


3)  is it necessary for her to have asset ownership?


4)  presents a travel itinerary visiting different places while here in US?



Thank you so much fellow VJers for taking the time to reading and answering my (many) questions!

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August 1, 2015, 10:26 am Last comment by Yana32

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Hi all!! Who are the march filers from
TSC who received noa2 already? I hope there are already. :)

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arrowUnemployed! HELP!
August 1, 2015, 9:20 am Last comment by Alaska2012

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My fiancé and I are currently staying together in the Philippines for the past two months, we have been friends for a long time and in a relationship for a while. I've been here for 2 months already. We are seeking advice on how we should proceed, originally we decided to do the fiancé visa process but I was wondering if you have any other ideas. I am 21 and my fiancé is 19, also I am not employed so I do not meet the financial requirements for the visa process, I was employed by an accounting firm last year but took a break from work to discover what I want to do, so I was wondering if a co-sponsor is the right way to proceed.

Thank you so much for your help on this matter and we both are looking forward to any advice you may have for us! We are hoping that our circumstances wont keep us apart.

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