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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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When I was petitioned, my husband lost his job January 2006. My interview was March 2006. It was just nice because my husband (fiance at that time) was in the Philippines during my interview. The consul asked why he doesn't have a job and so my husband just explained he was in between jobs and it doesn't mean to say he would not look for a job when he returns to the U.S. The consul just said 'okay'. I didn't have any problem at all. :-D As long as the income from last year's ITR is enough, you don't have to worry about anything.


K-1 Visa Application:

June 30, 2005- Sent I-129F

July 12, 2005- Processing Date

September 16, 2005- I-129F Approval Notice

September 29, 2005- Approval Notice sent to US Embassy in the Philippines

January 26, 2006- US Embassy sent Medical and Visa Appointment dates

March 2, 2006- Medical Appointment

March 9, 2006- Visa Interview

March 21, 2006- Visa received

March 24, 2006- Attended CFO Seminar in Q.C.

March 28, 2006- Flight to the USA

Marriage:

May 1, 2006- Applied for Marriage License

May 20, 2006- Got married in Chandler, Arizona

I-485/I-765 Applications:

July 24, 2006- I-485/I-765 sent to USCIS

July 31, 2006- Processing Date

August 2, 2006- USCIS sent a Biometrics Appointment Letter

August 8, 2006- USCIS sent an Appointment for AOS

August 16, 2006- Biometrics Appointment

October 3, 2006- AOS Interview(Los Angeles District Office)

October 10, 2006- Received Welcome Notice, Employment Authorization Card

October 18, 2006- Greencard received

I-751 Application:

August 29, 2008 - I-751 sent to USCIS

September 2, 2008 - Processing Date

January 2, 2009 - Biometrics 1

April 6, 2009 - Biometrics 2

April 7, 2009 - Biometrics 3 (never ending)

April 22, 2009 - Received Approval Letter

June 16, 2009 - Greencard received

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Curious! How can someone be employed for 3 or 4 months and have a annual income?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Curious! How can someone be employed for 3 or 4 months and have a annual income?

Annual income is the amount per year you get hired at, not what you have made in a 3 or 4 month period.

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

The embassy requires pay slip and emplyment record. You just need to be ready to answer on how your fiancee will support you after arriving in the US.


K1 Process:

May 1, 2008 Submitted I-129F to CSC

May 8, 2008 Received by CSC

May 9, 2008 NOA1

May 18, 2008 Touched

October 9, 2008 RFE

October 28, 2008 RFE Reply

October 29, 2008 Touched

October 30, 2008 Touched

November 1, 2008 NOA2 (HardCopy)

November 11, 2008 Letter from NVC (Hardcopy)

November 14 & 17, 2008 Medical (Passed)

November 26, 2008 Interview (Passed)

December 5, 2008 Visa Received

December 23, 2008 US Entry (POE: Hawaii)

February 7, 2009 Private Wedding

AOS Process:

March 9, 2009 Mailed AOS Application via Express Mail (I-485, I-765, I-131)

March 10, 2009 USPS confirmed that AOS application was delivered and received in Chicago

March 18, 2009 Received NOA for AOS, EAD and AP

April 8, 2009 Biometrics Done

April 27, 2009 AP Approved

May 1, 2009 AP received in the mail

May 2, 2009 EAD card received in the mail

May 29, 2009 AOS interview (Approved)

June 29, 2009 GC received

ROC Process

March 1, 2011 Mailed I-175 Application via Express Mail

March 4 ,2011 NOA for I-175

April 05,2011 Biometrics [Early Biometrics March 22, 2011]

April 21,2011 Approval

April 27,2011 10 Year Green Card Received

Naturalization Process

March 6, 2012 Mailed N-400 Application via Express Mail

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Curious! How can someone be employed for 3 or 4 months and have a annual income?

Annual income is the amount per year you get hired at, not what you have made in a 3 or 4 month period.

Pay rate is the amount you get hired at. Annual income is the amount of money a person earns from all sources in one year.


Naturalization

3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
Timeline

Ang alam ko, they will look at last years Income Tax Return. Kung hindi pumasa sa income guideline nila, kleangan mo ng Co-sponsor. Sa tingin ko okay lang kung kakahire nya lang 3-4 months before ang interview.


K-1 Visa Application:

June 30, 2005- Sent I-129F

July 12, 2005- Processing Date

September 16, 2005- I-129F Approval Notice

September 29, 2005- Approval Notice sent to US Embassy in the Philippines

January 26, 2006- US Embassy sent Medical and Visa Appointment dates

March 2, 2006- Medical Appointment

March 9, 2006- Visa Interview

March 21, 2006- Visa received

March 24, 2006- Attended CFO Seminar in Q.C.

March 28, 2006- Flight to the USA

Marriage:

May 1, 2006- Applied for Marriage License

May 20, 2006- Got married in Chandler, Arizona

I-485/I-765 Applications:

July 24, 2006- I-485/I-765 sent to USCIS

July 31, 2006- Processing Date

August 2, 2006- USCIS sent a Biometrics Appointment Letter

August 8, 2006- USCIS sent an Appointment for AOS

August 16, 2006- Biometrics Appointment

October 3, 2006- AOS Interview(Los Angeles District Office)

October 10, 2006- Received Welcome Notice, Employment Authorization Card

October 18, 2006- Greencard received

I-751 Application:

August 29, 2008 - I-751 sent to USCIS

September 2, 2008 - Processing Date

January 2, 2009 - Biometrics 1

April 6, 2009 - Biometrics 2

April 7, 2009 - Biometrics 3 (never ending)

April 22, 2009 - Received Approval Letter

June 16, 2009 - Greencard received

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

they won't, just bring a letter of employment stating your hubby's new income. That's what we did with my hubby

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Just bring employment letter stating how long they been there, annual salary if thats the case and bring all paystubs for whole time there. You should be fine as long as you meet the guidelines.

You do have income tax returns from last year, don't you?


Mailed n-400 : 4-3-14

USCIS Received : 4-4-14

NOA1 Sent : 4-8-14

Biometrics Appt Letter Sent : 4-14-14

Biometrics Appt : 5-5-14

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Poverty Guidelines : http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf
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K1/K3 AOS Guide : http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1k3aos
ROC Guide : http://www.visajourney.com/content/751guide

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Just bring employment letter stating how long they been there, annual salary if thats the case and bring all paystubs for whole time there. You should be fine as long as you meet the guidelines.

You do have income tax returns from last year, don't you?

No tax return for last year, I went to Philippines 3 times.

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Just bring employment letter stating how long they been there, annual salary if thats the case and bring all paystubs for whole time there. You should be fine as long as you meet the guidelines.

You do have income tax returns from last year, don't you?

No tax return for last year, I went to Philippines 3 times.

Looks like you better have a joint sponsor standing by!


K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
Timeline

If you don't have income tax return last year, you'll be needing to find a co-sponsor. Last year's ITR is important to them.


K-1 Visa Application:

June 30, 2005- Sent I-129F

July 12, 2005- Processing Date

September 16, 2005- I-129F Approval Notice

September 29, 2005- Approval Notice sent to US Embassy in the Philippines

January 26, 2006- US Embassy sent Medical and Visa Appointment dates

March 2, 2006- Medical Appointment

March 9, 2006- Visa Interview

March 21, 2006- Visa received

March 24, 2006- Attended CFO Seminar in Q.C.

March 28, 2006- Flight to the USA

Marriage:

May 1, 2006- Applied for Marriage License

May 20, 2006- Got married in Chandler, Arizona

I-485/I-765 Applications:

July 24, 2006- I-485/I-765 sent to USCIS

July 31, 2006- Processing Date

August 2, 2006- USCIS sent a Biometrics Appointment Letter

August 8, 2006- USCIS sent an Appointment for AOS

August 16, 2006- Biometrics Appointment

October 3, 2006- AOS Interview(Los Angeles District Office)

October 10, 2006- Received Welcome Notice, Employment Authorization Card

October 18, 2006- Greencard received

I-751 Application:

August 29, 2008 - I-751 sent to USCIS

September 2, 2008 - Processing Date

January 2, 2009 - Biometrics 1

April 6, 2009 - Biometrics 2

April 7, 2009 - Biometrics 3 (never ending)

April 22, 2009 - Received Approval Letter

June 16, 2009 - Greencard received

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Curious, has anyone been denied a K-1 because they had only been employed for 3 or 4 months prior to their fiancee's interview, even thou the annual income was more then adequate?

Just bring employment letter stating how long they been there, annual salary if thats the case and bring all paystubs for whole time there. You should be fine as long as you meet the guidelines.

You do have income tax returns from last year, don't you?

oh yeah, that's right the income tax returns too.

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