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Hi,

I went to US in 2004 as a Au Pair but things did not work well with the family that I was living so I quited the program and went to live with another family that I found at internet, things did not work well again (the hostmother wanted me as a "slave") so I moved again, with the new family I had no problems. I lived with the families for 2, 1 and 9 months. I did not overstay in the US. Now I am going to apply to a K1 visa and I am a little affraid if I can have problems because I quited the program and if I have to put this 3 places at the Form G-325A (address).

Thanks for any help.

Cindia

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your J-1 visa has expried since the time you left the program (normally the program have to report that you are no longer with the program and then our visa are not valid anymore) so it means that after you left the program, and still staying in the US, your status became illegal. That's in theory anyway. depends on which program you came with, whould they enfoce their rules or not.


K-1 = 4 months

AOS = 5 months

I-751 = almost one year

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I think you should be alright because you didn't overstay your visa


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AOS Process

3/10/06---Pamela and I arrive in the states from Brasil

3/23/06---We got married!!!!yeh!!!!!

4/11/06---Our first NOA for the I-485 and I-765

5/20/06---Our green card interview was scheduled for 7/28/06

6/03/06---We moved to Phoenix, AZ and had to cancel our interview

7/15/06---Our rescheduled green card interview (WOW! Only 10 days after our initial 1st interview)

8/07/06---Green Card Approved!!!! (Now only the wait by mail)

8/14/06---Received "Welcome to the USA" letter in the mail.

8/18/06---YEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSS! Received Green Card today!(actually it should be called

the White Card, ha)....immigration free for 2 years!!

Andy---USA

Pâmela---BRAZIL

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