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Well, my fiance is Australian (and still in Australia) and we are currently in limbo waiting for our reply from the CSC. Here's my problem. We met right before I entered the professional component of nursing for my bachelor's degree.

Needless to say, I know I wouldn't have been nearly as successful if it hadn't been for my better half. :-) Well, I graduate on July 28th and it's a slim to none chance that he'll be here by then; but graduation really won't mean nearly as much without him. Anyone know about having your fiance come visit, even though in the middle of the process? Is that allowed?

Thanks, J.

3/20/2006 - Sent in I-129F to TSC

03/27/2006 - NOA1 (from CSC)04/01/2006 - Touched

7/11/2006 - Received, filled out and overnighted RFE back to the CSC

8/17/2006 - NOA2 APPROVED!!!!!!!

8/21/2006 - Received NOA2 via snail mail

9/22/2006 - Found out U.S Consulate in Sydney mailed Packet 3 to my lawyer..IN VIRGINIA..and not my fiance. Argh. Lawyer overnighted information to me.

9/25/2006 - Received packet...got together additional forms to send to fiance in Australia

10/12/2006 - Send packet Express to Australia

10/19/2006 - Package finally arrives at Fiance's door. Argh It's taking forever!

11/29/2006 - K-1 Visa Approved!!!

12/17/2006 - He arrived in the states! I'm in shock!

2/24/2007 - Our Wedding Day!

4/14/2007 - Mailed forms for AOS and EAD

5/24/2007 - Biometrics Interview in New Orleans

6/22/2007 - AOS Approved!!


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It is generally allowed, but there's no guarantee that your husband will be allowed to enter the US at POE because his visit might be construed as immigration intent. In order to avoid POE-rejection, your husband should be prepared to provide evidence of existing ties in his home country, such as a current lease, bank statements, salary stubs, a letter from his employer indicating that he is only on vacation and the like.

Good luck!

Permanent Green Card Holder since 2006, considering citizenship application in the future.

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good luck to everyone

Aapki Nazroan Ne Samjha, Pyaar Ke Kabil Mujhe

Dil Ki Ai Dharkan Thaher Ja, Mil Gayee Manzil Mujhe

I-130 Process

01-29-2006 | Marriage

02-13-2006 | Mailed to NSC

02-27-2006 | NOA1

06-15-2006 | I-130 Approved

I-129F Process

03-08-2006 | Mailed to CHICAGO LOCKBOX

03-13-2006 | NOA1

07-31-2006 | I-129F Approved

09-01-2006 | K3 Interview, Visa Approved

09-14-2006 | Passport recieved from Consulate

01-23-2007 | POE at Chicago

AOS process

07-25-2007 | Mailed to CHICAGO LOCKBOX

08-30-2007 | NOA1

09-07-2007 | Biometrics Appointment

01-28-2008 | AOS interview-More evidence requested

02-07-2008 | AOS approved

02-19-2008 | Recieved Green Card in mail

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