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what happens after you receive the visa...i know, obviously, my husband's gonna come over to the US...but what do we do after that.....i'm guessing we don't have to worry about anymore paper work for another 2 years after he gets here....but i just want to be sure that he'll be able to find a job and everything...

sorry if this question was addressed a million times before... :blush:


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Every bad memory

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It’s you in the night

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And nothing’s too hard to do

Never too much to go through

To tell you the truth

Everything that’s new.. baby it’s you

It’s you in the morning

It’s you in the night

A beautiful angel came down

To light up my life

My life, my life

Ohh

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With many years behind me (many years behind me)

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One thing I need beside me

For all that you are

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You're correct. All you need to watch out for is to make sure he gets his Social Security #, even if you checked the box on the DS-230. Some people never get it and have to go to the SSA office to find out what is going on. Besides that, you're free of fees and paperwork until you remove conditions two years later.

Diana


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02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

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thanks so much!! i reallyyyy appreciate it!! :)

You're correct. All you need to watch out for is to make sure he gets his Social Security #, even if you checked the box on the DS-230. Some people never get it and have to go to the SSA office to find out what is going on. Besides that, you're free of fees and paperwork until you remove conditions two years later.

Diana


::There’s a laugh in my eyes::

There’s a waltz in my walk

And it’s been such a long time

Since there was hope in my talk

If you never knew

What it is that’s new.. it’s you

‘Cause when your hands are in mine

You set a fire that everyone can see

And it’s burning away

Every bad memory

To tell you the truth

If it’s something new.. baby it’s you

It’s you in the morning

It’s you in the night

A beautiful angel came down

To light up my life

The world’s a different place

Where nothing’s too hard to say

And nothing’s too hard to do

Never too much to go through

To tell you the truth

Everything that’s new.. baby it’s you

It’s you in the morning

It’s you in the night

A beautiful angel came down

To light up my life

My life, my life

Ohh

So if I get to grow old (oh if I get to grow old)

With many years behind me (many years behind me)

There’s only one thing I want (aahh)

One thing I need beside me

For all that you are

For everything you do

For all that you’ve done

Just for showing me the truth

::It’s you...It’s you...Baby it’s you::

--Westlife

...alhamdullah...rabbina ya khallena le ba3d fil donya wa fil akhra...ameen...

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How long have you been married?

My husband and I have been married for over 2 years when I got my visa which means I won't have to do anything before 10 years (whent eh Green card expires).


N-400 process started 09/2017

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December 31st was our first anniversary....so, we've only been married for a year and some...

lucky youu!! haha...

How long have you been married?

My husband and I have been married for over 2 years when I got my visa which means I won't have to do anything before 10 years (whent eh Green card expires).


::There’s a laugh in my eyes::

There’s a waltz in my walk

And it’s been such a long time

Since there was hope in my talk

If you never knew

What it is that’s new.. it’s you

‘Cause when your hands are in mine

You set a fire that everyone can see

And it’s burning away

Every bad memory

To tell you the truth

If it’s something new.. baby it’s you

It’s you in the morning

It’s you in the night

A beautiful angel came down

To light up my life

The world’s a different place

Where nothing’s too hard to say

And nothing’s too hard to do

Never too much to go through

To tell you the truth

Everything that’s new.. baby it’s you

It’s you in the morning

It’s you in the night

A beautiful angel came down

To light up my life

My life, my life

Ohh

So if I get to grow old (oh if I get to grow old)

With many years behind me (many years behind me)

There’s only one thing I want (aahh)

One thing I need beside me

For all that you are

For everything you do

For all that you’ve done

Just for showing me the truth

::It’s you...It’s you...Baby it’s you::

--Westlife

...alhamdullah...rabbina ya khallena le ba3d fil donya wa fil akhra...ameen...

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