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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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So, we're mailing out the AOS package tomorrow. I'm a little concerned because it has been approx one month and one week since my wife's I-94 expired. We got married within the 90 day period but planning our wedding w/ little to no time, moving into a new place, and work have made it very difficult to gather all the necessary documents needed. My wife and I got married a week before her I-94 expired. I mean what if you were to get married on the last day of the date given on the I-94?

From what I have read it seems that my problem is not uncommon. I just worry. Anyone have a similar experience or has any info to share would be greatly appreciated.


K-1,VSC, Moscow Consulate

I-129F sent:2009-06-04

NOA1: 2009-06-09

NOA2: 2009-09-16

NVC Received: 2009-09-17

NVC Left: 2009-09-22

Consulate Received: 2009-09-25

Medical: IOM, Moscow, 2009-12-07

Interview: 2009-12-08

Visa Received: 2009-12-14

Arrival to USA: 2010-01-15

Marriage: 2010-03-27

AOS, EAD, AP

CIS Office: Charleston, SC

Filed AOS Package: 2010-05-26

NOA: 2010-06-04

Bio Appt: 2010-07-09

AOS Transfer to CSC: 2010-06-30

EAD Card Production Order: 2010-08-04

AP Received: 2010-08-09

ROC

I-751 sent: 2012-7-11

NOA-1: 2012-8-1

Bio-Appointment: 2012-9-19

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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So, we're mailing out the AOS package tomorrow. I'm a little concerned because it has been approx one month and one week since my wife's I-94 expired. We got married within the 90 day period but planning our wedding w/ little to no time, moving into a new place, and work have made it very difficult to gather all the necessary documents needed. My wife and I got married a week before her I-94 expired. I mean what if you were to get married on the last day of the date given on the I-94?

From what I have read it seems that my problem is not uncommon. I just worry. Anyone have a similar experience or has any info to share would be greatly appreciated.

My I-94 expired 11 dec 2009. I applied sent off AOS 14 April 2010. There's no deadline for applying for AOS.

Absolutely nothing to worry about

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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My I-94 expired 11 dec 2009. I applied sent off AOS 14 April 2010. There's no deadline for applying for AOS.

Absolutely nothing to worry about

Thank you, that makes me feel much better. Thank you!


K-1,VSC, Moscow Consulate

I-129F sent:2009-06-04

NOA1: 2009-06-09

NOA2: 2009-09-16

NVC Received: 2009-09-17

NVC Left: 2009-09-22

Consulate Received: 2009-09-25

Medical: IOM, Moscow, 2009-12-07

Interview: 2009-12-08

Visa Received: 2009-12-14

Arrival to USA: 2010-01-15

Marriage: 2010-03-27

AOS, EAD, AP

CIS Office: Charleston, SC

Filed AOS Package: 2010-05-26

NOA: 2010-06-04

Bio Appt: 2010-07-09

AOS Transfer to CSC: 2010-06-30

EAD Card Production Order: 2010-08-04

AP Received: 2010-08-09

ROC

I-751 sent: 2012-7-11

NOA-1: 2012-8-1

Bio-Appointment: 2012-9-19

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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So, we're mailing out the AOS package tomorrow. I'm a little concerned because it has been approx one month and one week since my wife's I-94 expired. We got married within the 90 day period but planning our wedding w/ little to no time, moving into a new place, and work have made it very difficult to gather all the necessary documents needed. My wife and I got married a week before her I-94 expired. I mean what if you were to get married on the last day of the date given on the I-94?

From what I have read it seems that my problem is not uncommon. I just worry. Anyone have a similar experience or has any info to share would be greatly appreciated.

Stop worrying.

How's the new life? Ours is just superb; Alla loves it here and loves me still.

Edited by baron555

Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

As of Dec 7, 2009, now Zero miles apart (literally)!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Stop worrying.

How's the new life? Ours is just superb; Alla loves it here and loves me still.

Everything is going great! We're sending the AOS package today. I'm very happy to hear you two are both happy!

Good to hear from you.


K-1,VSC, Moscow Consulate

I-129F sent:2009-06-04

NOA1: 2009-06-09

NOA2: 2009-09-16

NVC Received: 2009-09-17

NVC Left: 2009-09-22

Consulate Received: 2009-09-25

Medical: IOM, Moscow, 2009-12-07

Interview: 2009-12-08

Visa Received: 2009-12-14

Arrival to USA: 2010-01-15

Marriage: 2010-03-27

AOS, EAD, AP

CIS Office: Charleston, SC

Filed AOS Package: 2010-05-26

NOA: 2010-06-04

Bio Appt: 2010-07-09

AOS Transfer to CSC: 2010-06-30

EAD Card Production Order: 2010-08-04

AP Received: 2010-08-09

ROC

I-751 sent: 2012-7-11

NOA-1: 2012-8-1

Bio-Appointment: 2012-9-19

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