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arrowHelp with I-864
October 20, 2014, 11:06 pm Last comment by Stressed Out

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Hello, my wife and I's I-130 has been accepted and it's now time for me to fill out the I-864 and I have a few questions.

I live in South Korea with my wife and are Direct Consular Filing. 


I have not been making any money and have never filed taxes(living off parents) so my Dad will be a joint sponsor.



1st - In part 5 I put a "1" in #1 a check in #2. and then do I put a "1" in #5 for my father? I am confused because it says he is filing an I-864a but from what I've read else where I thought he should also be filing a I-864 just like me.


2nd - Part 6 - Because I have been lucky enough to live here and not have to work this part is easy to fill out. Should I add a note saying my situation and why have not made any money or filed taxes?


3rd - Part 6 - My dad is a real estate investor and so his tax rebate, W2, makes it look like he doesnt make as much money as he truly does. It is still above 125% of the poverty line. Do you think I should add another note expanding on this? 


4th - Wifes family is going to give us around $60,000 as a wedding gift and to help us in life. We will get it when we are leaving to USA so do not have it now. Should I also make a note of this for them?


5th - In part 1 my dad checks 1.d "I am the only joint sponsor" correct?


6th - If my dad is supposed to fill out I-864 then what are I-864a and I-864ez meant for?


Thank you for your help.  


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arrowDS 260
October 19, 2014, 9:07 pm Last comment by Stressed Out

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I want to ask something, i filled the DS 260 on saturday but something just popped into my mind. On the page of spouse/petitioner's name which is my wife, i put her name with her new last name which is my last name but she started the whole petition with her former last name but she has since changed her last name to mine ever since and she bears the new last name in all her profile at work, insurance, bank etc. Did i make a mistake putting her new last name instead of the former one? I went back to the DS 260 this morning just to change it back to her former last name but i couldn't edit the page anymore, guess because i have submitted and completed it. What do you think please?

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arrowthe Chances of an IR-1 Denial?
October 5, 2014, 9:35 pm Last comment by rcg111109

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Hello again!


My wife has been hearing some rumors from friends that people are being denied their visas.


I am curious if anyone has experienced this or knows someone that has experienced this? 






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arrowEvidences in IV package???
September 28, 2014, 3:45 pm Last comment by Darnell

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Hello, someone said its good to add some evidences in the IV package like marriage pictures, emails, chats etc That when the applicant go for the interview, the consular must have already gone through the case file and have decided already whether to issue the visa or not. That its always good to put evidence in the IV package to convince them more. Actually, i thought all these evidences are meant for the interview. Please enlighten me more on this. Thanks

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arrowNVC 60 Day Delay??? From even looking at Paperwork???
September 26, 2014, 10:42 am Last comment by Mrs.B

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Really???  And this is 1 year after NAO1 and 1 Month after NAO2 for my step daughter's I-130.  Of course there was no delay in extracting fees out of my bank account. This has gone beyond ridiculous, tossed from California to Texas and now at the NVC is buried.  Based on this, the month that has gone by, and the need to have an appointment at the embassy, this could be tied up at the NVC for 4-5 months!





Dear Sir/Madam,



The National Visa Center (NVC) received your documents on 24-SEP-14.


We are currently receiving an increased number of approved petitions from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. As a result, we are experiencing increased review times for documents received.


We expect it will be at least 60 days from the date we received your mail before we complete the review of your documents. We will notify you when we review your documents.


We are working to reduce these processing times and we appreciate your patience.


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