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Hi there;

We filed our AOS application with my wife in september and we are currently waiting on the interview date.

Does anyone know if bad credit or even a foreclosure in my credit history could be a factor that can interfere with her getting her AOS?

Thank you very much

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
Timeline
Hi there;

We filed our AOS application with my wife in september and we are currently waiting on the interview date.

Does anyone know if bad credit or even a foreclosure in my credit history could be a factor that can interfere with her getting her AOS?

Thank you very much

I dont think so...i think no...whats important is that you have an income to show that you can support your wife or if not you need to have a co sponsor for your wife...so thats not really a problem..i think..

God bless and Happy Holidays!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: India
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i know from my conversations from senior members here is that they dnt check the credit rating.BUt one quick questions to seniors here....if there is any trouble in the I-864 and if they reject it , do they give a notice to show more funds / a cosponsor ??


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Married: June 9, 2008.
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Filed for AOS . Sent through USPS Priority Express : March 03, 2009
Package Delieverd at USCIS: March 05, 2009
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March 13, 2009 : NOA 1 received on I-485, I-130, I-765. Dated March 11th, 09
March 17, 2009 : Biometrics Letter recieved (Dated 13th March). Interview on 1st week of April
April 2, 2009 : Biometrics done. Total time taken with wait 20 mins.
April 22, 2009 : Called USCIS. They have received fingerprints and work permit is in process.
May 7, 2009 : I-765 case online. Card Production ordered.
May 11,2009 : EAD card received.
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5/9/11- Package delivered to csc.
5/11/11- Check cashed electronically by CSC
5/16/11- NOA 1 received
5/27/11 - Biometrics letter received.Scheduled on 06/06/11. Case Online
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Hi there;

We filed our AOS application with my wife in september and we are currently waiting on the interview date.

Does anyone know if bad credit or even a foreclosure in my credit history could be a factor that can interfere with her getting her AOS?

Thank you very much

Credit check (which would likely include any foreclosures) is not an issue/not performed. :thumbs:

Edited by Karin und Otto

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if there is any trouble in the I-864 and if they reject it , do they give a notice to show more funds / a cosponsor ??

If this were the case, an RFE would be issued. :thumbs:

Thanks for the answer, what is an RFE?

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Thanks for the answer, what is an RFE?

request for evidence.. ;)

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Edited by envy_me

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