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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Switzerland
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Hello there,

We cam here on a K3/k4 visa, on Jan, 2008, we sent our AOS in feb 2008, got RFE for the income on March 2008, had the biometrics done on April 2008.

Now I come at the end of the timeline they give us to find a co sponsor and send back the infos, my husband couldn't find any co sponsor, therefore after numerous phone calls with immigration attorneys, our last option is to go back because my husband is short 5800$. The joke is on me, I give up on my life in Switzerland to start a new life here, I improved his house, I have to go back and start from zero, no job, no place to live, broke. Everyone of them said it will be better to leave before they deport us!!! Deportation mean : handcuffed and drugged up! We are not criminals, we did not broke any law, and we will leave before the end of the month, so when USCIS will get the letter, we will be gone.

I messed up my kids life and mine.

Be carefull you all!

Cheers

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Nigeria
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If your husband don't have a co-sponsor, you really don't to file the AOS applications until you have everything and met the requirement because you have a K3 visa which is valid for two years, or better still you should had filed for EAD first both of you work and save up enough then file for the AOS at a later time when you have met the poverty guideline.....I really don't know what's going to happen but if there was a way I will say cancel the AOS application and file later when you have met the requirements, I am not sure if that's possible, but definitely someone will come around and tell you better..

Good luck.... :time:

Edited by Maintian

02/02/2008:- Filed AOS

04/02/2008:- Received at Chicago Lockbox

11/02/2008:- Check Cashed

12/02/2008:- Received NOA for I-485 and I-765

19/02/2008:-Received Biometric appointment

03/03/2008:-RFE (I-485)

11/03/2008:-RFE mailed back

17/03/2008:-AOS touched, and case processing has resumed

08/05/2008:-Made Infopass appointment in Atlanta for Friday 16th

21/05/2008:-EAD Card production ordered

22/05/2008:-EAD Touched

27/05/2008:-EAD Card Production ordered again

27/05/2008:-Case transferred to CSC' I am K3 Holder,This is Strange Folks

29/05/2008:-Approval notice sent for EAD

29/05/2008:-AOS touched

30/05/2008:-EAD received

03/06/2008:-AOS touched"pending at CSC"

04/06/2008:-AOS touched

04/06/2008:-Transfer notice received

06/06/2008:-AOS touched

18/06/2008:-AOS touched

19/06/2008:-AOS touched

08/07/2008:-AOS transferred back to NBC***CSC SUCKS***

09/07/2008:-AOS touched

14/07/2008:-AOS transferred to another office...I guess my local office :-S

17/11/2008:- Interview noticed received for 13/01/2009

13/01/2009:- AOS Interview APPROVED!!!!!!

16/01/2009:- Card production ordered

19/01/2009:- AOS touched

23/01/2009:- Card production ordered again

26/01/2009:- Welcome letter received

28/01/2009:- Approval notice sent

29/01/2009:- AOS touched

30/01-2009:- I never thought I'd be typing this ---->10years green card received... USCIS, see you when I see you

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Tunisia
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If your husband don't have a co-sponsor, you really don't to file the AOS applications until you have everything and met the requirement because you have a K3 visa which is valid for two years, or better still you should had filed for EAD first both of you work and save up enough then file for the AOS at a later time when you have met the poverty guideline.....I really don't know what's going to happen but if there was a way I will say cancel the AOS application and file later when you have met the requirements, I am not sure if that's possible, but definitely someone will come around and tell you better..

Good luck.... :time:

I urge you not to give up so soon. Something will come up and like the previous person said, your K3 visa is valid for a little while longer. Sometimes the USCIS officers do not tell you all of the options available to you because they don't always know all the options. If you read many posts in this forum you will discover that there were many people that were given incorrect information and/or advice by USCIS officers across the country. They will NOT deport you at this stage because you have not done anything wrong. There are people who have been approved for a green card after overstaying their visas for 5 or more years so the chances of them coming after you are slim to none. I'm not saying overstay or anything but for right now, you need to put off going back to Switzerland and make sure that you have exhausted all your options before you pack up and go home. My husband and I had the same problem and it took us a while to find a sponsor. Eventually a friend of mine agreed and so we sent off the paperwork. If you read my timeline, you will see that our application was rejected more than once and when we eventually sent it in, they did not penalize us. Relax, stay calm and read posts in this forum for helpful tips and advice. All the best..

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Russia
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I thought a K3 visa could be renewed after two years. Maybe its not the best option, but it may better than no option for the OP.

And, as pointed out above, a K3 visa is a 2-year multiple entry visa. Looks like OP is good for close to 1.5 years.

Edited by novotul

5-15-2002 Met, by chance, while I traveled on business

3-15-2005 I-129F
9-18-2005 Visa in hand
11-23-2005 She arrives in USA
1-18-2006 She returns to Russia, engaged but not married

11-10-2006 We got married!

2-12-2007 I-130 sent by Express mail to NSC
2-26-2007 I-129F sent by Express mail to Chicago lock box
6-25-2007 Both NOA2s in hand; notice date 6-15-2007
9-17-2007 K3 visa in hand
11-12-2007 POE Atlanta

8-14-2008 AOS packet sent
9-13-2008 biometrics
1-30-2009 AOS interview
2-12-2009 10-yr Green Card arrives in mail

2-11-2014 US Citizenship ceremony

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