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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jordan
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That all depends on how many household members she is sponsoring and what her unemployement income will be.

"you fondle my trigger then you blame my gun"

Timeline: 13 month long journey from filing to visa in hand

If you were lucky and got an approval and reunion with your loved one rather quickly; Please refrain from telling people who waited 6+ months just to get out of a service center to "chill out" or to "stop whining" It's insensitive,and unecessary. Once you walk a mile in their shoes you will understand and be heard.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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due to the economical fall my wif lost her job and we think that we will need a sponsor

i am just asking if we need one or not

If your family consists of the two people you describe the income level needed is 18,212.00 no matter where it comes from. If there is any doubt that you meet the requirement use a co-sponsor.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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due to the economical fall my wif lost her job and we think that we will need a sponsor

i am just asking if we need one or not

If your family consists of the two people you describe the income level needed is 18,212.00 no matter where it comes from. If there is any doubt that you meet the requirement use a co-sponsor.

We have yet to see a report of a successful visa process when unemployment income is the primary source. We've also seen no reports of denials or requests for co-sponsors. My advice to anybody without an actual job or significant liquid assets is to get a co-sponsor.

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due to the economical fall my wif lost her job and we think that we will need a sponsor

i am just asking if we need one or not

If your family consists of the two people you describe the income level needed is 18,212.00 no matter where it comes from. If there is any doubt that you meet the requirement use a co-sponsor.

We have yet to see a report of a successful visa process when unemployment income is the primary source. We've also seen no reports of denials or requests for co-sponsors. My advice to anybody without an actual job or significant liquid assets is to get a co-sponsor.

Yes, I agree with Pushbrk. It's always best to be on the safe side, so be prepared.

4.28.07 - Married in Jalisco Mexico - Cozumel Honeymoon for 2 weeks

***I-130***

5.24.07 - I-130 Received in CSC

7.14.07 - Received NOA1 (WOW after 6 weeks, I was worried...called INS and told me CSC had a computer "glitch" causing delays on printing Receipt notices and approvals)

10.30.07 - APPROVED No email, the NOA2 came in the mail...hard copy.

***1-129F***

7.23.07 - I-129F received in Chicago

7.30.07 - Received NOA1

11.21.07 - APPROVED!!!! APPROVED. GOT AN E-MAIL ON THANKSGIVING!

03.03.08- INTERVIEW IN CIUDAD JUAREZ. VISA GRANTED ON 03.03.2008

***AOS & EAD***

3.10.08 - Case Received at Chicago Lockbox, check cashed 3.14.08

3.17.08 - Received both NOA's in the mail

3.21.08 - Received Biometrics appointment letter in the mail, biometrics Appt. 4.02.08

5.05.08 - EAD Card Production ordered GOT EMAIL (we received the same email on 5.09.08)

5.13.08 - Approval Email for EAD (so the card was ordered first, and then we were approved...hum)

5.15.08 - EAD Card Received in mail.

8.08.08 - WE GOT OUR INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT YAY...9/12/08 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

9.24.08 - Received Green Card in the mail YEAH!

***I-751***

6.15.10 - Mailed I-751 Docs to CSC, check cashed 6.24.10

6.26.10 - Received NOA in mail dated 6.21.10

6.29.10 - Received Biometrics appointment for 7.15.10

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