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Hello,

I’m just wondering does someone actually comes to your house to see if you actually live there while you’re filing for your CR-1 petition. I’ve only heard of cases once you’re living together I guess someone might come to inspect. Anyone experience this?

Also, since it’s now 2008, should I send my W2 for 2007? I already have my tax transcript for the years of 2004-2006. I did this last year. My job doesn’t issue out our W2 until Jan 31st and I hope I don’t have to wait until then to send it off. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Hello,

I’m just wondering does someone actually comes to your house to see if you actually live there while you’re filing for your CR-1 petition. I’ve only heard of cases once you’re living together I guess someone might come to inspect. Anyone experience this?

Also, since it’s now 2008, should I send my W2 for 2007? I already have my tax transcript for the years of 2004-2006. I did this last year. My job doesn’t issue out our W2 until Jan 31st and I hope I don’t have to wait until then to send it off. Any advice would be appreciated.

You'll be fine sending the tax transcript you have and then having the 2007 tax return and W2 at the interview. I've never heard of anyone inspecting a home. I'm sure that the Dept. of Homeland Security has access to enough government data bases that they don't need to do that.


First trip 01-17-07

Married 02-05-07

What Service Center was filed at? Nebraska transferred to California

Provide dates for the following:

I-130 sent (Mailed)..........................3-12-07

1st NOA (Receipt Notice) .................3-29-07

2nd NOA (Approval Notice) e-mail.....6-15-07

Bill for I-864 processing fee rcd and sent..7-24-07

I-864 Packet Received......................8-18-07

I-864 Mailed to NV............................8-20-07

Bill for DS-230 received....................8-29-07

Payment for DS-230 sent..................8-30-07

DS-230 Packet received..................10-25-07

DS-230 Packet sent to NVC..............10-29-07

Case Completed..............................11-16-07

Case Forwarded to Embassy.............11-30-07

Packet recieved from NVC................12-07-07

Medical complete...............................1-04-08

Leave for Manila................................1-19-08

Interview and approval......................1-22-08

Visa in Hand .....................................1-24-08

Arrived in USA...................................3-19-08

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hello,

I’m just wondering does someone actually comes to your house to see if you actually live there while you’re filing for your CR-1 petition. I’ve only heard of cases once you’re living together I guess someone might come to inspect. Anyone experience this?

Also, since it’s now 2008, should I send my W2 for 2007? I already have my tax transcript for the years of 2004-2006. I did this last year. My job doesn’t issue out our W2 until Jan 31st and I hope I don’t have to wait until then to send it off. Any advice would be appreciated.

I too would only send up to or just 2006. When your SO attends his or her interview, assuming it will be after April, they will expect an updated I-864, including your 1040's and W2's or a tax transcript.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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the home visits are definitely done in egypt... but not everywhere... i have only heard of cases in egypt and other middle eastern countries...or a very long AP :( hopefully all will work out great for you!!:) i will pray for you :)


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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This happened in the US. My friend's cousin married a guy from Morrocco who was in the US but his visa expired. The marriage was a fraud becuase she was going to get paid. I don't know all the details but agents did go to her mother's house because that was the address they listed as living there. My friend's cousin has not been heard from in 3 months because she knows that immigrations is looking for her. I'm not sure what initiated that visit but it could possibly happen.

Bridget

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This happened in the US. My friend's cousin married a guy from Morrocco who was in the US but his visa expired. The marriage was a fraud becuase she was going to get paid. I don't know all the details but agents did go to her mother's house because that was the address they listed as living there. My friend's cousin has not been heard from in 3 months because she knows that immigrations is looking for her. I'm not sure what initiated that visit but it could possibly happen.

Bridget

Ok thanks, I assume if they expect it is a fraud or under certain conditions they would. Well, I don't have a prob I just wanted to know if it was a part of the process.

Thanks ALL for your responses.

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