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arrowCalling all I-130 Experts
June 26, 2016, 3:24 pm Last comment by JFH
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I posted this series of questions a few days ago, but received no viable responses.


I could really use a few minutes of expert help here.


Thanks in advance, guys!!


I will file my I-130 on Monday morning.  I have only a few questions, just to make sure that I am doing this all correctly.


On the I-130 Cover Letter:

-  Is it necessary to file copies of my US Passport if I am providing my US Birth Certificate?


I-130 Application Fee

-  Should I clip this to my cover letter?  if not, what should I do with this, simply drop it loosely in the envelope?



-  There are some blocks that I am unable to type None/N/A inside the box.  Should I simply leave these blank, or hand write None/N/A in these boxes?  (i.e., block C.9. (my wife's US Social Security Number)?

-  Block 15....Name and address of present employer.  Does this information pertain to the petitioner or the beneficiary?


Copies of supporting documents:


I have certified copies of my divorce papers.  Do I need to make xerox copies of these to submit with my package or go ahead and send the certified copies?  Same with birth certificate and marriage certificate?


Thanks in advance for all of your support!  I'm ready to get this process started.



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arrowPetitioning parents that are separated but not annulled.
June 26, 2016, 1:08 pm Last comment by Anitafeliz

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I'm a USC. I want to petition my parents. They are separated for 20 years already but not annuled. i want to petition them at the same time. Will that be an issue? Or it doesn't matter if they are not living together anymore as husband and wife?

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arrowDS-260 Help please
June 26, 2016, 7:29 am Last comment by Mrs.FC

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Hi there! Got confused on some questions in DS-260 that I'm not sure how to really answer, I will really appreciate it if you could shed some insights on the ff:

1. Under Work/Education, it is asking about primary occupation, obviously my answer would be not employed since I'm not working, but the tab asks for explanation which I'm not really sure what to answer. I'm not working because I'm busy with the visa stuff and I don't plan on staying here in the Philippines since my husband petitioned me anyway. So what do you think is the best explanation that I should give?

2. Previous employer, I can't really remember my supervisor and the contact number of my recent employer. Will it be ok to leave that blank? Will that have an impact on me?

3. Regarding previous employment for the past ten years, I've got some work gaps, will I need to include that one in the history and how do I do that in the form?

4. The question "Are you a healthcare worker seeking to perform work in the US.........? ", I'm on spouse visa, and I worked previously as a nurse which is on my employmeny history. I'm really confused if I should answer this as Yes and how will I explain my answer? I do plan to work as a nurse in the future provided if I do get a license to practice there even if I'm on spouse visa.

Pardon my questions if they do seem silly but I just wanted to be sure and finish this journey to be with my husband.
Thanks for the input in advance. 😘

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arrowQuestion part 1 14-14.h
June 26, 2016, 1:38 am Last comment by pch1

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I petition i-129f before year 2013 but due to i had to quit my work because of our newborn baby we couldn't go thru the process because im unemployed so we decided ok lets wait until I get a perm job either way if we proceed we wont get approved because im unemployed but then while we waited we didn't know the petition had was only good for how many months so it got expired and now we're trying to refile again same fiance my question is how should i answer part 1 question 14-14.h please help me
And will it affect our petition now since we filed before?? I would really appreciate it for your time answering my questions.. Thank u so much..

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arrowMy FiancÚ will be Annuled Sept 20th. Do we still need certificate from NSO?
June 25, 2016, 10:32 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee

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My Fiancé's annulment will be completed September 20th, 2016 finally after one year of waiting but she needs to have her interview on or before October 14th, 2016. From what I've heard, after she gets her Annulment Discree, she needs to go to the LCR (Local Civil Registrar) to file her Discree and it can take up to a month for the LCR to send the Discree to the NSO. Can we take the Discree to the NSO to get it notarized by them rather then waiting a month which is after the time she is suppose yo go for her interview which is before October 14th? I already requested one extension last year so I'm afraid that we might not get another extension. Would the interviewing officer accept the Discree with a notary from the NSO? I would appreciate it if anyone knows this situation. Thank you.

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