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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Happy Holidays my fellow vj's...btw, i have q's regarding my AOS interview. This coming January 8, 2009 is my interview for my temporary (GC).. About supporting evidence of our relationship that we lived together? Only health insurance & joint account we have now. How many evidence that we need to show them? Im so nervous now coz how many weeks left huhuhu...Please help me! :help:

Tnx in advance!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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You are talking Adjustment of Status, post should have been in the Adjustment of Status forum.

You bring the originals of whatever you have filed. Since you have not had much time to develop "Living Together" evidence, the AOS interview will not require much evidence of that nature.

You are interviewing for a "CONDITIONAL" Green-card, it is NOT "Temporary", it is PERMANENT residence, only with conditions attached.

You will have plenty of time to develop "Living Together" evidence after you get the CR-Green-Card. Evidence of Bona Fide relationship comes into play later when you file I-751 to remove the conditions on the CR-Green-card.

Note: You are no longer "K-1" you are AOS (Pending), time to update profile: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...rCP&CODE=01

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OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: Other Country: Hong Kong
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Happy Holidays my fellow vj's...btw, i have q's regarding my AOS interview. This coming January 8, 2009 is my interview for my temporary (GC).. About supporting evidence of our relationship that we lived together? Only health insurance & joint account we have now. How many evidence that we need to show them? Im so nervous now coz how many weeks left huhuhu...Please help me! :help:

Tnx in advance!!!

Remember to bring all originals of what you have filed, and copies of what you have sent to them. Just in case they missed anything, you have a copy. Whatever up-to-date bonafide evidence, like bills, joint account statements, make a copy for them too, in case they asked for it. I also brought a photo album too (family pics and travel pictures).

I saw others also brought phone bills to show they have been talking on the phone a lot. So I brought also. Bring the joint credit card/costco membership. Just bring whatever you think could be evidence. Remember to wear your wedding ring and be confident that you both know each other very well. Just stay positive is fine!! GOOD LUCK!!!


08/2002 Arrived US with F-1 Student Visa

01/01/08 EAD received (Student OPT)

08/01/08 Got married

AOS

08/31/08 USPS Express Delivery I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765 to Chicago Office

09/02/08 USCIS received the package

09/04/08 USCIS sent NOA1 by mail

09/08/08 Received all (4) NOA1 for I-130, I-131, I-485 & I-765

09/12/08 Received Biometrics appointment letter

10/03/08 Appointment for Biometrics

11/04/08 Received Interview NOA by mail

11/10/08 InfoPass for AP

11/12/08 AP Approve Notice Sent , EAD Card Production Ordered

11/17/08 AP received

11/25/08 EAD received

12/11/08 Appointment for Interview - APPROVED

12/27/08 GREEN CARD received

ROC

11/16/10 USPS Express Delivery I-751 to California Service Center

11/17/10 USCIS received the package, Notice of Action dated same day

11/19/10 Check was cashed

11/23/10 Received NOA

12/11/10 Green Gard expired

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Remember to bring all originals of what you have filed, and copies of what you have sent to them. Just in case they missed anything, you have a copy. Whatever up-to-date bonafide evidence, like bills, joint account statements, make a copy for them too, in case they asked for it. I also brought a photo album too (family pics and travel pictures).

I saw others also brought phone bills to show they have been talking on the phone a lot. So I brought also. Bring the joint credit card/costco membership. Just bring whatever you think could be evidence. Remember to wear your wedding ring and be confident that you both know each other very well. Just stay positive is fine!! GOOD LUCK!!![/b]

Thanks a lot for the reply. It really helps to me. God bless!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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You are talking Adjustment of Status, post should have been in the Adjustment of Status forum.

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