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November 23, 2015, 8:12 pm Last comment by Alaska2012

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As soon as I get my passport and neutralization certificate back I will send in my son's passport application. But I wonder what exactly I need to submit? I have his swedish birth certificate in english where it states that I am guardian. Do I still need to write a statement to why Im not including DS-3053? I know I will send his greencard with the application as well. Is there anything else I need to submit? I read somewhere that I needed to send in my marriage certificate but I can't see why thats relevant....but I will of course do so if I should.

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arrowG-325A questions
November 21, 2015, 5:45 pm Last comment by Ryan H

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My American husband and I (from Sweden) are currently putting together the documents for us to send in our I-130. Although most of this seems pretty straightforward, we are having some confusion over the G-325A forms. Namely:


1. When my husband and I got married I took my husband's surname but decided to keep my surname as a middle name. In Sweden, this means that my maiden name is the first last name on my passport, and when I ordered an extract from the tax records (the equivalent of birth certificate) it is marked that my maiden name, though in the "surname" section of the form, is technically a middle name. Should I still write my maiden name together with my married name in the G-325A form? 


2. Secondly, the "applicant's residence" question. My husband and I met at a Scottish university, where one would live in one place for a year and then move to another apartment. During this time, my husband would go back to his parents' house during the summers. After we got married, I stayed at his parents' house on a visa waiver (twice x 89 days  - October-December 2013 and February-April 2014) while waiting for his visa to Sweden. The question here is twofold:

a) Should we fill in my husband's parent's address several times? (i.e. September-May university address, June-August parents' address, September-May university address, June-August parents' address, etc.)

b) Should I fill in that I lived at his parents' house? I've understood that it is important to make it clear that I did not live in the US while I was there on the visa waiver, but I have also read that it's important to state facts as facts, so I am not sure which rule of thumb to abide to! I was registered as living in Sweden during this time and was in Sweden for a month between the two periods. 


3. Finally, the employment history. Am I right in understanding that being a student is not an occupation and that one should enter "N/A" or "unemployed" for the times we weren't employed?

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November 20, 2015, 2:10 pm Last comment by Sarahnick

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First of all - anyone did their biometrics in port Chester, NY? :) how was it? What do I need besides passport and biometric letter?

How long after your biometric did you get your AP/EAD?
I'm getting veeeeeery impatient sitting around home!!!

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arrowLetter on intent to marry form question
November 15, 2015, 4:19 pm Last comment by KayDeeCee
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Do Californians send their 1-129F to the California service center? If so, is it to the street address or the PO Box listed below. Also, do we use the same address on the letter to marry form?


USCIS California Service Center
P.O. Box 10698
Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-1098





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arrowUsc petitioner living abroad. How to do taxes?
November 8, 2015, 7:33 pm Last comment by mansux

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Hi! When my usc husband did his last taxes in Texas he was told that he doesn't need to do taxes while living abroad. Well guess what, we have found out it was incorrect information.... My husband is living with me in Sweden and he has to do taxes for 2011-2015 and file for the exception or whatever it was called so he doesn't have to pay double taxes. My questions are: do you know any easy websites where he could do his taxes and how does he put the income and taxes on the form? We tried one website (don't remember which one at the moment) and we went from owing $3500 to getting a $7000 refund so we didn't file the taxes on that website because we were doing something wrong... We need to do his taxes for the I-864 form. Do you know if we should put him as unemployed and $0 income since he isn't working in the US or list his work and income from Sweden? We will be using a joint sponsor.

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