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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Hello,

We are currently in my future husbands home country and we are wondering if there is any paperwork we should get while we are here? Will he need a police record from his home country or anything else that would be harder to get while in the USA? Any help would be great!!

Thanks!


Met in 2006... dated since 2008, engaged March 2010= Married January 21, 2011

K1 Visa

I-129F Sent : 6/28/10

I-129F NOA1 : 7/7/10

I-129F NOA2 : 10/29/10

NVC Received : 11/4/10

Packet 3 Sent : 11/29/10

Visa Received : 1/4/11 !!!!!

US Entry : 1/17/11

Marriage : 1/21/11

AOS package sent: 1/24/11

EAD and advanced parole 3/22/11

Interview date 5/16/11

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Filed: Country:
Timeline

Hello,

We are currently in my future husbands home country and we are wondering if there is any paperwork we should get while we are here? Will he need a police record from his home country or anything else that would be harder to get while in the USA? Any help would be great!!

Thanks!

What will you be filing for? Are you going to get married in the US or Argentina?

Here are the guides for the CR1 and K1 which have what you need.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1

For the CR1 you will need a police record for NVC, although it might be a good idea to wait on that because a considerable amount of time may have passed and you will need an updated one to show that he has not committed any crime in the meanwhile.

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What will you be filing for? Are you going to get married in the US or Argentina?

Here are the guides for the CR1 and K1 which have what you need.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1

For the CR1 you will need a police record for NVC, although it might be a good idea to wait on that because a considerable amount of time may have passed and you will need an updated one to show that he has not committed any crime in the meanwhile.

For sure you'll need the immunization record for the medical part of the application; besides that it depends on the type of application. Most of the time you do not need stuff from the country home; uscis usually does the background check anyway.

good luck


Patience is the greatest virtue. We all need it while dealing with USCIS (hahaha)

Entered US (B1/B2 visa): Sept 19, 2008

I94 expiry: March 19, 2009

Married: Nov 28th, 2008

Mailed: AOS, I-130, I-131, I-785: March 2nd, 2009

Check cashed: March 12th, 2009

NOAs received: March 13th, 2009 (Issued: March 11th, 2009)

Biometrics Appoint. Received: March 16th, 2009 (Issued: March 13th, 2009)

Biometrics Scheduled: March 27, 2009

Biometrics done: March 18th, 2009

Received Advance Parole: May 4th, 2009

EAD: May 7th, 2009

Interview invitation received: June 5th, 2009

Interview date: July 13th, 2009

Green card approved & passport stamped at the interview: July 13th, 2009

Welcome letter received: July 21st, 2009

Green card received: July 27th, 2009

Condition removal mailed: April, 18th, 2011

Condition removal approved: July 21st, 2011

10 years green card received: July 27th, 2011

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Zimbabwe
Timeline

The birth certificate - that's the only thing we've had to get (thus far), if you're applying for AOS. We'll also get a letter from my husband's family acknowledging our relationship.


Married - 3/12/10

AOS Filed - 5/13/10

Biometrics received - 6/5/10

Biometrics done - 6/9/10

RFE Received 6/10/10

Touched - 6/7/10, 6/16/10, 6/17,10 (all)

RFE delivered - 6/29/10

Resumed processing - 6/30/10

EAD Production Ordered - 7/2/10, 7/8/10, mailed 7/15/10

Touched - 7/6/10, 7/8/10 (485, 765)

Touched EAD - 7/16/10

EAD Received!! - 7/17/10

Interview - August 30, 8:45- Approved!

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If you get married in your husband-to-be's country, you will need the original marriage certificate and its notarized translation. You might be able to obtain his birth certificates from the Argentinian consulate in the US.


Immigration Process (DCF Japan)

08/06/2008 I-130 petition at Tokyo, Japan

08/13/2008 I-130 approved

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| Waited until we were ready to move back

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07/13/2009 IV interview at Tokyo, Japan

07/15/2009 IV(IR-1) in hand

Post-DCF

07/29/2009 POE at Las Vegas

08/17/2009 GC(10yrs) received

Click here for the detailed timeline.

Done with USCIS until

- naturalization in May 2012 or

- GC replacement in February 2019

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