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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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Hi All,

My wife is an US citizen and we are planning to apply GC through DCF process in Delhi....She came here on a Tourist Visa and she is eligible to stay here for 6 Months...We enquired in Chennai US consulate about the DCF process for getting clear information...They said, Since my wife is here on a tourist visa, she should apply for a stay permit through Indian Immigration office.....I come to know for applying the Stay Permit, I have to give an Affidavit of Support to my wife and also we need to produce the following Docs., Marriage Certificate and My Address proof. Can someone guide me whether these doc are enough and what kind of affidavit I have to prepare in this regard....

Regards,

Raj

USCIS / NVC Journey

I130 Sent - 11/23/2009
NOA1 - 12/01/2009
NOA2 - 03/02/2010
Case Completed at NVC - 03/31/2010
Interview Date Assigned - 04/12/2010
Case Forwarded to Chennai Embassy - 04/13/2010

EMBASSY Journey

Interview (Approved) - 05/24/2010
Visa Received - 05/26/2010

US Journey

POE (Washington DC) - 06/03/2010
Green Card Received - 07/30/2010

I 751

Package sent - 3/16/2012
NOA date - 3/22/2012
Biometrics - 5/7/2012
Approval Note - 11/30/2012
Card Received - 12/05/2012

N-400

Package sent - 11/04/2013

NOA date - 11/07/2013

Biometrics - 12/09/2013

In-Line for interview - 12/11/2013

Interview - 02/21/2014

Oath - 03/06/2014

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Hi All,

My wife is an US citizen and we are planning to apply GC through DCF process in Delhi....She came here on a Tourist Visa and she is eligible to stay here for 6 Months...We enquired in Chennai US consulate about the DCF process for getting clear information...They said, Since my wife is here on a tourist visa, she should apply for a stay permit through Indian Immigration office.....I come to know for applying the Stay Permit, I have to give an Affidavit of Support to my wife and also we need to produce the following Docs., Marriage Certificate and My Address proof. Can someone guide me whether these doc are enough and what kind of affidavit I have to prepare in this regard....

Regards,

Raj

You must inquire to the related Government agencies in your country.

Dec 15,2009 - Assigned interview date on January 24,2010!!

Jan. 24, 2010 - Interview!! Approved

Jan. 28, 2010 - VISA received

Mar. 03,2010 - POE, New York (JFK)

Apr. 12,2010- CA ID

May 20,2010- CA Driving License

May, 25,2010-Wife told me that she is pregnant ^_^

Jan.25,2011- Our daughter was born

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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VJ is for immigrating to the USA, so you may not get many answers to your question about Indian residency here. Maybe try the regional forum, where there may be some USCs who live in India.

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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