HELLO EVERYONE, DOES ANYONE NO ANYTHING ABOUT REGISTERING A LETTER OF INVITATION SO THAT MY FRIEND CAN COME TO THE U.S. TO VISIT? I WAS TOLD I NEEDED TO REGISTER MY LETTER OF INVITATION TO THE CONSULAR OFFICE HERE IN ATLANTA, GA AND THEY WOULD CONTACT THE EMBASSY THERE IN SENEGAL TO CALL HIM TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW....I AM SO CONFUSED AND CLUELESS.... PLEASE.
What fees can I look forward to once the documents reach the consulate? How much is the medical exam, and I also heard there is a fee at the interview? How much is that? It seems at every door there is a toll.
My now-husband and I are in an incredibly ironic situation: he is now in the U.S., waiting on his green card (he's received Advanced Parole and his working permit), while I am temporarily on a fellowship in his home country (Senegal). His 7 year old son is here with me, and our plan has always been for the son to join us in the U.S, but we don't want to disrupt his school year, so we have waited. In retrospect, it might have been easier if we'd just had him accompany his father last November.
Does anyone have any guidance as to procedure that they can share? We listed him as my husband's son on the I-129F, and again on the visa forms--stating specifically our intent to have the son follow-to-join within a year of my husband's K-1 visa issuance. That yearlong period will expire in mid-September 2013. I'm leaving Senegal in mid-June.
I don't need to file a I-130, right? Just the affidavit of support and the visa forms (DS-156, DS-157)? What's the procedure involved? Do I need to contact the Consulate here and Dakar and simply state our intent to schedule an interview and a medical appointment? I'm working on getting the notarized letter from his birth mother quitting any claim to him, or in the alternative, a court-ordered decree. And the $240 interview fee? Am I missing anything else?
Should the father use his AP documents to come and accompany the son for his interview? Or, can I, the step-mom attend the interview with him?
If anyone has any insight, I would be truly grateful to hear from you.
if it happens that the reform of immigration is voted obama are you okay accelerated F2A visa or it only affects illegal immigrants living in the usa;
My husband has applied for me and it's been a year now and when I look at my case status in USCIS website it is always written initial review and I am so eager to join my husband is very hard distance