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  2. on 1/2/19 i received a request for evidence for my 601a waiver which i’m working on, my lawyer is sending everything by the end of next week
  3. Daniela M_______

    Impact on relationship

    Hi Sarah, In our case it's been difficult but somehow easy at the same time. The immigration journey itself requires an incredible amount of patience. I've been teaching myself to just wait. In the past when I rushed things they never worked (from jobs to relationships and other life circumstances), so I'm like "whatever is going to happen will happen wether if I push it or not". We've grown together as a couple after 2 years LDR, at first we had visits every 4 months but the last year was specially hard because we haven't seen each other since May 2018. We were traying to push the visit as far as possible because we tought I would be in the US by Dec 2018 and we ddin't want to spend money we could have used to file for AOS or for the wedding. Well, it didn't happen, but we still managed to survive. We communicate everyday, from good morning to good night but still we give each other space when neccesary. At the beginning of the immigration process all I could talk about was the visa, what I read, etc. As the first month or so went by I felt more relaxed because there was nothing that we could have done to speed up the process. It's not in our hands so let's relax and just wait. To give you some context. I live away from my home country, I came to Mexico 2 years ago and I didn't know a soul back then, my family is back home, and I only have 2 friends in here but overall I'm very independent and I like being alone and enjoy my time. I keep myself busy working and walking around the city. What brings me the most anxiety, is that I can't commit to anything permanent because I'm leaving soon and at the same time I have to keep myself busy... It's been exhausting but so far I managed to handle it. LDR are hard and IMO not for everyone, a LDR will survive as long as the 2 people in it have a clear path and a timeline to be together, and we all here seem to have that path clear (maybe with a plan B or C), so follow the path, look forward but stay in the present. You will be together sooner than later.
  4. @greenbaum ok doki. thanks sir
  5. Just the page that is reference.
  6. Alright then I'll just have to follow that. Thank you so much. Can I just print 6 pages of that SSregs? Or need to be complete?
  7. Called USCIS today, said the NOA1 was mailed on 11/15, which I am sure they never did... And then the representative says they cannot resend it because USPS says they delivered it... Told me to get an infopass instead, which I just checked that there are no appointment available. Request an online non-delivery request as well, but only told me I will be scheduled a bio appointment in the future. When am I able to resubmit a non-delivery request online?
  8. Hey Jan, Did you call them or email them to request it? Can you fill me in how? I’m a government worker who’s been furloughed, and I send money to help my wife. She didn’t renew her contract with her job around November because she would have to pay back every check she earned after breaking contract. I want to claim financial hardship now that the government is shutdown.
  9. If it was me, I would get a second opinion from an attorney with travel ban clients.
  10. bucksy

    Vaccinations for IR1

    Excellent thanks. I've got my vaccination report already. Looks like I'll need a TD booster, and flu. I'll get it done on site at Knightsbridge, they probably need the money.
  11. Well the information is in the post I made to you. You follow those directions and you should have no problems be sure to print out the SS regs page so that you can prove that you are eligible to get a SSN.
  12. Follow the links below and you should be fine. Here is thee P3 for Argentina: https://ar.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/K1-K3-Instructions-packet.pdf Next, this is the Argentina US Embassy webpage: https://ar.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/fiancee/am-i-eligible/ This the VJ web portal http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Argentina&cty=Buenos_Aires
  13. On the CEAC portal, it says this: " You are uploading FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURN OR TRANSCRIPT on this screen. Please attach or upload one of the following documents to show your Tax Returns: Federal Tax Return, State Tax Return, W-2 or Other" ...So, do they or do they not want us to send them a Tax Transcript? In the blue line above, it says the word Transcript. In the very next sentence, it only mentions Federal Tax Returns, State Tax Returns, W-2, or Other.
  14. little immigrant


    You can change it in your profile. Click your name, then Profile, then edit profile. The other one is the time line. You can edit it here https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=272998 Edit/Add my entry
  15. When did you guys get an appointment letter for interview from Kabul? CEAc shows ready since yesterday. I want to schedule his K1 interview using the NIV appointment system but I don't want to make a mistake.. he has already completed his medical and has all of our documents ready to go.
  16. Once again, They ARE doing this on their own. They ARE doing their own research. They DO understand what they are getting into. This was MY choise, as a loving parent, to come here and ask questions. And I will jump thru hoops and walk across fire to help my child. Have a great day and God bless 😊
  17. Yes all ok! Don’t worry 😊
  18. mushroomspore


    This isn't a game show where people get multiple chances to win prizes. There is only "legal" and "illegal". Your friend has put herself in a pickle by illegally staying. Unless she wants to get into even more trouble, her only legal option is to go home and for her husband to accept that he will not be able to come to the US for some time due to her actions.
  19. Lol. Nebreska Service center is sleeping .. still stuck in March and April while Potomac now has already reached to September.. 😂😂
  20. Okay, this is getting slightly confusing. On the travel.state.gov site: (https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/collect-and-submit-forms-and-documents-to-the-nvc/step-4-collect-financial-documents.html), in the COLLECT FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS Step, it says this (in red below): "If you completed Form I-864, I-864A, or I-864EZ and the income reported on this form or your tax transcript reflects income below the poverty guidelines for the year the form was submitted, submit evidence of your income. This can include the following documents: For those who are employed by an individual or company, submit a photocopy of an employment letter, pay stub, or pay advance (direct-deposit receipt) that meets the criteria below: Includes your name and the company’s name; Is on signed, business letterhead (you cannot sign the letter yourself); and Is issued within the last three months." I don't understand any of those three things prove how much income I received? I'll send it anyway, but i'm just perplexed here.
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