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I-864, part 4

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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We are both resident in the UK right now ( I am ukc pursuing IR-1).

Part 4 section C asks for us to submit evidence that we have taken "concrete steps to establish you will be domiciled in the United States"

Neither of us will be working for the while after we enter so we don't have any job offer to provide.

We will be staying at my wife's parents house at first so we will not have any form of lease agreement.

We really do not have any written form of evidence that we intend to move there.

Any ideas folks?


Timeline.

Married in UK 31st Dec 2004.

Settled in UK short-term because immigration to UK is a normal, sensible, straightforward and understandable procedure. It follows a process of commonsense and logical thinking. The paperwork is processed in a timescale you would expect from normal human beings. We can also enjoy the comedy of being subjected to US immigration protocol without the frustration of being apart. It's very amusing from this vantage point.

Ok,

I-130

Filed I-130 Sept 2005

Case received 22nd Sept 2005

K-3

Filed Late November 2005

DCF

Sent December 2005

I've probably missed loads off this but bear with me will you, I'm new to this site.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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You can prove that you did not give up domicile by showing a US bank account, US driver's license, A Job offer, kept receiving mail to a US address, Kept voter record up to date and voted in elections via absentee voting etc...


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
Timeline

Mint!! Thankyou very much.

Got bank account and drivers licence etc.

thanks again


Timeline.

Married in UK 31st Dec 2004.

Settled in UK short-term because immigration to UK is a normal, sensible, straightforward and understandable procedure. It follows a process of commonsense and logical thinking. The paperwork is processed in a timescale you would expect from normal human beings. We can also enjoy the comedy of being subjected to US immigration protocol without the frustration of being apart. It's very amusing from this vantage point.

Ok,

I-130

Filed I-130 Sept 2005

Case received 22nd Sept 2005

K-3

Filed Late November 2005

DCF

Sent December 2005

I've probably missed loads off this but bear with me will you, I'm new to this site.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Mint!! Thankyou very much.

Got bank account and drivers licence etc.

thanks again

It also wouldn't hurt to have a letter from your Mother saying that you are going to be living with her and a letter from yourself saying "You intend in good faith to reestablish your domicile in the United States no later than the date of the intending immigrant's admission or adjustment of status".

They like to see things from you that say Hey, we are moving! So if you are taking any of your stuff with you, why not get a quote from a moving company - are you disposing of any property? Might want to mention that as well.

I had the bank account, the address we were moving to etc, I got a request for further domicile proof from NVC and sent back the above.

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