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arrowIs there any grant or subsidy available for new immigrant?
October 24, 2016, 12:15 pm Last comment by millefleur

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Hi Guys,


Just would like to find out that if anyone knows that is there any training grant or subsidy available to attend training course such as short IT course etc.?




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arrowI hired a lawyer to avoid simple mistakes that can cost time
October 23, 2016, 8:43 pm Last comment by khwaidee1

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Within 30-60 days after you have received notification from the USCIS Service Center and Department of State National Visa Center, the US Embassy in Bangkok will mail to your fiancee or wife packet # 3. The packet will be sent via the Thai postal system, which means that it may never arrive. Our experience is that it arrives 45% of the time. This packet contains the forms and instructions needed to proceed with the second part of the visa application process. We proceed before your fiancee or wife receives packet # 3 as we have copies of every form and document contained in the packet. We proceed prior to our clients receiving the packet 100% of the time. We never wait for this packet to arrive and we proceed immediately upon notification from the NVC that the file is being forwarded to the US Embassy in Bangkok. We always arrange for the police report, medical exam, and complete all forms well in advance and this saves 6-8 weeks time, minimum.                                                                                                       Is this true? Will this save alot of time? I am in the beginning phase of getting my fiance here to the states. I did alot of reading that scared me in the beginning assuming it was going to take a year to get her here. I wish I would of found this site from the beginning. I have looked at many peoples profiles that have been approved for a k1 visa within 4-5 months. I have seen many people get the application approved within 1-2 months. If I look at the uscis site, it is telling me just to have the application approved is taking 5 months. My lawyer is telling me 4 months to get the application approved and 6 months total time to get the visa without running into problems. What is a realistic time?

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arrowFilipino citizen in Thailand
October 22, 2016, 2:30 pm Last comment by Penguin_ie

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Is it okay that I'll process my K1 fiancé US visa in Thailand even if I'm from Philippines? I've been working and living here for more than 3 years.

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arrowNeeded documents before filing the K-1 Fiance Visa
October 22, 2016, 10:40 am Last comment by jasper383

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Good day to everyone!My name is Mary Ann.I'm from Philippines but living and working in Thailand now.I would like to ask what are the documents that me and my boyfriend need to prepare before filing the fiance visa?Me and my boyfriend are already engaged but we don't have any pictures since he proposed to me before we met.I thought he's just joking at that time but he's serious.Then today we change our status in a social media to make it really official.Is it really necessary to have pictures of the engagement? Or a letter of intent to marry is okay?And also is it okay that I'll do the processing here in Thailand even if I'm from Philippines? Hoping to hear answers from all of you. Thank you very much. God bless us always.

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arrowPreparing for green card interview (AOS for k-1)
October 20, 2016, 5:02 pm Last comment by p-ana

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Hello! We finally have our interview for green card after waiting over a year for our interview! I understand I will need a the last three-four years of my taxes. Will I need the full, printed out version of these, or can I just send the first page? I don't want to print out hundreds of pages unless it's completely necessary. Also, my husband isn't fluent in English and we don't have a translator. Does anyone see a problem with this? Any questions we should be going over?


Thank you so much for your help!

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