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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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I am stuck on Nonimmigrant Visa Number... Where do I find my husbands number? In his passport there is a Control Number and then a spot at the bottom that says he is marrying me with a number next to it. Can someone please tell me where I find this number ASAP?!?! Thankyou!


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My Nonimmigrant Visa Number was the red number at the right bottom part of the visa. I'm not sure though if the visa appearance is the same in all other countries. I'm sure there are other members here who can give you a more definite answer.

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K1 Timeline

02/26/2007 - Filed I-129F

03/08/2007 - NOA1

06/05/2007 - NOA2

09/10/2007 - Interview

09/13/2007 - Visa Received

12/14/2007 - Flight to USA, POE-LAX

02/22/2008 - Wedding Date

AOS

05/29/2008 - I-485 received at Chicago Lockbox

06/19/2008 - Biometrics

08/25/2008 - Card production ordered

08/30/2008 - Green Card received

ROC

07/15/2010 - Mailed I-751 to CSC

07/19/2010 - NOA1

07/21/2010 - Check cleared

08/11/2010 - Biometrics

08/24/2010 - Card production ordered

08/27/2010 - Approval notice received

08/30/2010 - Green card received

N400 - Naturalization

08/08/2011 - Mailed N400 to Phoenix, AZ lockbox

08/12/2011 - NOA

08/15/2011 - Check cashed

09/07/2011 - Biometrics

09/09/2011 - Case status update - In line for testing & interview

09/13/2011 - Case status update - Interview scheduled

09/16/2011 - Interview appointment letter received from the mail

10/31/2011 - Test/Interview - Passed

12/07/2011 - In line for Oath Ceremony Scheduling

01/27/2012 - Oath Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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My Nonimmigrant Visa Number was the red number at the right bottom part of the visa. I'm not sure though if the visa appearance is the same in all other countries. I'm sure there are other members here who can give you a more definite answer.

My husband has a number in red so it must be the same as yours. Thank you for your help.

Would you or anyone else also happen to know what I put # 15. Country of Domicile on the I-864? Please help me out ASAP if you can!!!!!


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Would you or anyone else also happen to know what I put # 15. Country of Domicile on the I-864? Please help me out ASAP if you can!!!!!

Presumably that would be the USA... :thumbs:

Example I-864

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Would you or anyone else also happen to know what I put # 15. Country of Domicile on the I-864? Please help me out ASAP if you can!!!!!

Presumably that would be the USA... :thumbs:

Example I-864

Example Forms

THANK YOU! ugh these forms are a pain! I am sure I will have more questions


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To go along with this I do not make enough for the I-864 and did not before so I used my father as a co-sponser. My father is filling out form I-864 A?

I would call USCIS with all these questions, but it is all automated and hard to talk to someone. UGH! THIS IS SUCH A HASSLE PROCESS!!!!


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New Question!!!!!!! My husband and I are moving before we file the I-864. My question is do I need to fill out an I-865 before I do this? Or do I send the forms with my new address? Please help me out! Thanx!

Use your new address on this and other AOS/EAD/AP forms and you'll be fine. (No I-865)

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To go along with this I do not make enough for the I-864 and did not before so I used my father as a co-sponser. My father is filling out form I-864 A?

I would call USCIS with all these questions, but it is all automated and hard to talk to someone. UGH! THIS IS SUCH A HASSLE PROCESS!!!!

Do you live with your father (or I suppose, does he live with you)?

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To go along with this I do not make enough for the I-864 and did not before so I used my father as a co-sponser. My father is filling out form I-864 A?

I would call USCIS with all these questions, but it is all automated and hard to talk to someone. UGH! THIS IS SUCH A HASSLE PROCESS!!!!

Do you live with your father (or I suppose, does he live with you)?

At the moment I am living with my father, but when I move he will stay in his house so we will not be living together. He was my co-sponsor before. What I am not sure is if he fills out a I-864 also or the I-864 A form?


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At the moment I am living with my father, but when I move he will stay in his house so we will not be living together. He was my co-sponsor before. What I am not sure is if he fills out a I-864 also or the I-864 A form?

HELP IS STILL NEEDED PLEASE!!!! I filled out the I-864 on my part. My father does not live with me, but I filled out the I-864 A on his part. Is this right or wrong? Please respond to me today if possible as I am sending the packet out soon!!!! Also... Do I need to send any type of evidence with these forms?


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At the moment I am living with my father, but when I move he will stay in his house so we will not be living together. He was my co-sponsor before. What I am not sure is if he fills out a I-864 also or the I-864 A form?

HELP IS STILL NEEDED PLEASE!!!! I filled out the I-864 on my part. My father does not live with me, but I filled out the I-864 A on his part. Is this right or wrong? Please respond to me today if possible as I am sending the packet out soon!!!! Also... Do I need to send any type of evidence with these forms?

We did not use joint sponsor, so I might be wrong, but from my quick reading of I-864 and I-864 A, it seems if your father's income alone satisfis the poverty line, he can use I-864 (needless to say, you need to file I-864 as well, also do not forget to include the proof that your father is USC or permanent resident). If his income alone is not enough but aggregate of your income and your father's income exceeds the poverty line, you can add his income information in your I-864 AND he should use I-864 A (in this case, he needs to live with you or was claimed as your dependent in your most recent tax return).


AOS from H1B

[AOS Timeline of Dec.'08 Filers], [JV Thread for Dec.'08 AOS Filers]

12-17-08: I-130/I-485/I-765 sent to Chicago Lockbox via USPS

12-18-08: I-130/I-485/I-765 delivered

12-29-08: Received 3 NOAs (dated 12-24-2008)

12-29-08: Checks cashed

1-5-09: Received Biometric appt. notice (dated 12-30-2008)

1-20-09: Biometric done

2-17-09: Received interview appt. letter (dated 2-12-2009)

3-5-09: Received EAD (dated 2-28-2009)

4-6-09: AOS Intervew @NYC

4-13-09: Received welcome letter (dated 4-8-09)

4-18-09: Received GC (dated 4-13-08)

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