We just got back an RFI for my 2012 tax docs, I submitted 2009, 2010, 2011 docs because the package was sent before April 15th and they are just responding now. How should I respond to this, has anyone else run into this problem? Seems ridiculous that they stop the process to get my 2012 info when it was submitted before hand.
Also, do I have to now send in a new request to the IRS for tax transcripts, fill out the entire I-864 and submit everything again together? Or should I just ask for the IRS transcript and submit that?
I asked a similar question a long time ago, but I was hoping to get updated information.
I have dual nationality (Swedish and Mexican). I was born in Mexico, but I've been living in Spain the past three years based on my EU nationality.
Which passport will my CR1 visa be stamped in? Can I choose? I am slightly worried because my Mexican passport won't expire for another 5 years, whereas my swedish passport expires in February of next year, and I am under the impression that I have to enter the U.S on my visa 6 months before my passport expires, right?
Hi we got a RFE for the affidavits, we did them wrong so we sent everything back and on the website the status says they got our stuff on march 21st, and that we should get an answer within 60days from that... Is this normal that we havent heard anything back??... We are very worried and hopefully someone can help us!...
Ps: during this 60day wait I got my EAD and Advance parole document, but that was all, and no updates in the status...
I think the LingChe guide needs to be either erased, updated, or include some sort of warning.
I saw that it does include a warning that says: THIS GUIDE DOES NOT REPLACE THE NEED TO READ ALL OTHER INSTRUCTIONS!
but.. there are tons of guides here on VJ. I actually think that having TOO much information is making the process even more confusing. James shortcuts are also extremely outdated. Of course I'm very grateful for all the wonderful people at VJ providing all this useful information.. but I think it is high time for some updates/modifications to the guides. There should be a link the the NVC filers monthly thread in there.
I'd also like to point out that under the header "US Citizen and Spouse both live/reside overseas:" there is only ONE link and that is for DCF that is no longer available in the majority of countries! This caused a lot of confusion for me when I was new here.
oops, meant to name this thread "Severe updates needed to the guides" instead of "sever"..
When returning from Europe with Advance Parole this summer, I will have to have a layover in the US. What is your opinion on the minimum amount of time to leave at the layover city to deal with immigration based on your experience? Gracias!