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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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Happy New Year everyone! I hope many approvals and everything all your hearts desires come to a reality this wonderful year of 2009!

I am hoping that someone can provide me with any information about the A.O.S process!!

Can I do it myself?

Should I have someone to help me?

I have been married for 1 year and a half!

We have been approved for the K-3 visa!

Thank God my husband is finally with me!

We are Having our first child in April!

I would also like to know if we can travel back to his country during the A.O.S process?

And once he does get approved for his green card are we able to go back and forth as we please?

Thank you for all your help in advance! God Bless!

Just need some help I want everything to go as smoothly as possible!


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Happy New Year everyone! I hope many approvals and everything all your hearts desires come to a reality this wonderful year of 2009!

I am hoping that someone can provide me with any information about the A.O.S process!!

Can I do it myself?

Should I have someone to help me?

I have been married for 1 year and a half!

We have been approved for the K-3 visa!

Thank God my husband is finally with me!

We are Having our first child in April!

I would also like to know if we can travel back to his country during the A.O.S process?

And once he does get approved for his green card are we able to go back and forth as we please?

Thank you for all your help in advance! God Bless!

Just need some help I want everything to go as smoothly as possible!

You are free to travel with the multiple entry K3 visa but it may be logistically difficult to travel extensively during the process. Yes, once he gets the green card you can travel as you please generally but do google "maintaining permanent resident status". Since you've been married a year and a half, I would suggest you consider waiting three more months to file, so that when the LPR status is approved, you will have been married for two years already. This will result in a ten year green card instead of a conditional one good for two years and of course, avoid the expense and hassle of removing conditions.


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