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So I am a Canadian citizen and my fiance is an American citizen. I came here on Sept. 30 and he proposed to me yesterday (Oct. 1) so I'm getting my petition ready. Question 12 it says:

If your fiancé(e) is currently in the U.S., complete the

following:

He or she last arrived as a:(visitor, student, exchange alien,

crewman, stowaway, temporary worker, without inspection,

etc.)

I'm a visitor

Arrival/Departure Record (I-94) Number

I never got a I-94 since I drove and I'm a Canadian citizen

Date of Arrival

(mm/dd/yy)

Arrived: Sept. 30, 2009

Date authorized stay expired, or

will expire as shown on I-94 or I-95

So I'm staying here for 6 months (180 days) unless I have to attend my interview in Montreal.

So would I put March 30, 2010 or is this section only for people travelling on plane or people in visa waiver programs.

Please help thanks

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
So I am a Canadian citizen and my fiance is an American citizen. I came here on Sept. 30 and he proposed to me yesterday (Oct. 1) so I'm getting my petition ready. Question 12 it says:

If your fiancé(e) is currently in the U.S., complete the

following:

He or she last arrived as a:(visitor, student, exchange alien,

crewman, stowaway, temporary worker, without inspection,

etc.)

I'm a visitor

Arrival/Departure Record (I-94) Number

I never got a I-94 since I drove and I'm a Canadian citizen

Date of Arrival

(mm/dd/yy)

Arrived: Sept. 30, 2009

Date authorized stay expired, or

will expire as shown on I-94 or I-95

So I'm staying here for 6 months (180 days) unless I have to attend my interview in Montreal.

So would I put March 30, 2010 or is this section only for people travelling on plane or people in visa waiver programs.

Please help thanks

if you are already here in the US why dont you just get married right away and report your marriage to CIS... thats more convenient and faster ... GOODLUCK GUYS :luv: :luv:

12-31-08.....Sent K-1 Fiancée Visa Application to California Service Center (CSC)

01-02-09.....NOA1 hardcopy date

01-07-09.....Received NOA1 hardcopy from CSC

01-07-09.....Received NOA1 confirmation on website.

03-09-09.....NOA2 hardcopy date

03-12-09.....Received NOA2 hardcopy from CSC

03-18-09.....Finished NVC and mailed to US Embassy in Manila... (got MNL case number)

03-28-09.....Medical - St. Lukes

06-01-09.....Immunization and completion of Medical At St. Lukes

06-10-09.....Consular Interview- Manila US Embassy ... VISA Approved

06-18-09.....VISA delivered

06-25-09.....Arrived in US POE-LAX

07-03-09.....Wedding Day in Boise, Idaho :)

AOS

8-28-2009- Mailed AOS Packet

9-01-09 - NOA 1

9-02-09- Biometrics Appointment Letter

9-19-09- Biometrics at USCIS

10-01-09 Letter of Appointment for AOS arrived in mail

10-02-09- Card ordered EAD

10-06-09 Another Card Ordered Notice

10-08-09 EAD Approved ( card ordered came first before approval ???? Strange)

10-13-09 EAD CARD RECEIVED IN THE MAIL

11-16-09 Interview for GREEN CARD in USCIS

11-16-09 Permanent Resident Status Approved!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
Timeline
So I am a Canadian citizen and my fiance is an American citizen. I came here on Sept. 30 and he proposed to me yesterday (Oct. 1) so I'm getting my petition ready. Question 12 it says:

If your fiancé(e) is currently in the U.S., complete the

following:

He or she last arrived as a:(visitor, student, exchange alien,

crewman, stowaway, temporary worker, without inspection,

etc.)

I'm a visitor

Arrival/Departure Record (I-94) Number

I never got a I-94 since I drove and I'm a Canadian citizen

Date of Arrival

(mm/dd/yy)

Arrived: Sept. 30, 2009

Date authorized stay expired, or

will expire as shown on I-94 or I-95

So I'm staying here for 6 months (180 days) unless I have to attend my interview in Montreal.

So would I put March 30, 2010 or is this section only for people travelling on plane or people in visa waiver programs.

Please help thanks

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