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July 25, 2016, 5:34 am Last comment by SusieQQQ
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Good Morning Everyone.

As I got a really low case number I am assuming I will get an early interview appointment.

I've got my University degree translated into English but I wonder if I need to translate the High School degree as well?

 

Shall I present both degrees or the university degree is enough?

 

I also have a question regarding the money. I have checking information about the money you should show you have in your

account in order to demonstrate that you will no be a public charge for the United States. Currently I am living in London, and I am saving as much as possible (as this is a expensive city) If I reach 6.000 pounds for the moment of interview that would be 7,800 US dollars. Will be a denial reason if I do not reach 10,000 US dollars?

 

I am thinking is asking to my relatives to use my account for saving in order to show a better bank statements at the moment of interview. I got a better job almost 2 month ago so I am able to save more money now, before it was a little bit harder. But definitively I will move to USA with at least 12,000 USD if I get the GC. Someone could give me some guidance?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Cheers!

Lisbeth



 
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arrowHow much longer after RFE is received?
July 20, 2016, 10:34 am Last comment by Enrico
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I applied for OPT March, I received my NOA March the 9th. 

 

Then I did not hear anything until I received my Request for Initial Evidence on June 16th. I received the letter the 20th and replied the same day. They were asking for pictures with a natural background. 

 

On June 30th they said that the evidence is under review. I called on July the 7th to know where my papers are but they said it was under review by an officer. 

 

Does anyone know how much longer this could take? I am concerned I may lose my job because they have waited so long. 

 

Am I in trouble?



 
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arrowTraveling with conditional GC
July 6, 2016, 5:38 pm Last comment by newacct
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Hello guys, I have email my lawyer but I was wondering if I could get some more info. I got a job offer at the UK (I hold dual nationality Italian-Venezuelan) and I have my resident card recently approved. When I was leaving the airport today, there was a a lot of confusion when I was exiting the country, I presented my GC with my venezuelan passport and they wouldn't let me board the plain, I explained further that I hold european citizenship hence I could travel to the UK. My concern is that my GC was not scanned when I left, now I'm concern that my exit was not logged and I will have troubles when I go back to the states. I got a reentry permit approved while I reside abroad. I was wondering if anybody have had similar experiences.

 

Thanks,



 
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arrowUSCIS interview went bad,really bad......
July 2, 2016, 5:25 pm Last comment by aaron2020
Robinhood21

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Hello everyone,here looking for advise and/or suggestions for our case.....

My wife (US Citizen) and I went to the interview early June,the interview last almost 3 hours,yes 3 damn HOURS.

Well,long story short,there's an ongoing investigation outside Immigration matters for something that I did few months ago and USCIS found out.

80% of the questions were related to the criminal investigation and 20% of our marriage,they don't even bothered to look for our marriage evidence (photos,bills,bank statements,etc etc)

Now,like I said,it's an investigation going on,I haven't been convicted or arrested,so I don't know if USCIS can rely on that.

Also,we went to our interview without lawyer because I wasn't prepared for this,so I don't know if people whose attend these interviews has rights,constitutional rights

Those interviews are recorded??

Do they suppose tell people about their rights before starts the interview???

 

Thank you in advance.



 
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arrowROC bona fide evidence
June 25, 2016, 9:35 am Last comment by NLR
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Hi there,

 

I'm getting ready to send my I-751 ROC package next week.

 

I would like to share with all of you my list of the bona fide attached documents I'm submitting along with the I-751, let me know if there's something I'm missing.  :joy:

 

 

·         Photographs of <CPR’s name> and c demonstrating consistent and continuous public affection, attendance, interaction, and identification as a married couple at family functions and in public, over the course of the marriage.

·         Photocopies of 2014 federal tax transcript showing filling status as “Married Filled Jointly for 2014.

·         Photocopies of 2015 federal tax transcript showing filling status as “Married Filled Jointly for 2015.

·         Photocopies of state ID of <CPR’s name> and <USC’s name>, showing a shared address over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopies of Mailbox Service Agreement by UPS showing joint ownership and joint responsibility, payment receipts for the mailbox acquired and official change of address confirmation letters from USPS redirecting all our mail to the joint mailbox.

·         Photocopy of <CPR’s name> IRA account authorization form, granting <USC’s name>  FULL authority on the account, also a confirmation letter showing <USC’s name> as a sole beneficiary, showing intent to continue sharing joint financial responsibility.

·         Photocopies of rent leases listing <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name> as tenants showing intent to continue to have a shared address, and to take and have a joint responsibility for a joint primary residence.

·         Photocopies of Chase credit card for <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name> and quarterly statements, showing a joint account, and joint financial obligations and responsibility, over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopies of Capital One credit card for <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name> and year end summary, showing a joint account, and joint financial obligations and responsibility, over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopies of Capital One credit card for <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name> and year end summary, showing a joint account, and joint financial obligations and responsibility, over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopies of Chase Checking and Saving account statements for <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name>, further showing a joint account, and joint financial obligations and responsibility, over the course of marriage, account was closed on July 2015 to switch account to Capital One bank.

·         Photocopies of Capital One Checking and Saving account statements for <USC’s name>  and <CPR’s name>, further showing a joint account, and joint financial obligations and responsibility, over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopies of <insurance provider> health insurance cards showing a joint health insurance policy on 2015 with former employer.

·         Photocopies of <insurance provider> dental insurance card and insurance policy showing a joint account.

·         Photocopies of <insurance provider> life insurance policy, the designation of beneficiary status to <USC’s name>, and public identification as a married couple over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopy of BJ’s membership cards with adjacent membership numbers and identical issue date, showing a joint account and shared management and decision making regarding household purchases and expenses, over the course of marriage.

·         Photocopy of boarding passes, hotel receipts, car rental and checked bag tags, showing same itineraries and trips as a married couple, demonstrating consistent and continuous intent to travel together.

 

Thank you very much!



 
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