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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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Hi I posted this in a similar topic but no answers yet. My USC fiance soon to be hubby( next couple of months) is a student and not earning anything. He's also going to Med school after graduating next year. Would my savings, assets , well over the 3 x spouse limit be enough or does he need to get a sponsor? We're planning to go for CR-1 visa so it gives us more time. I've graduated and now on OPT and hope to work asap once I return to my country. When the process is at the stage for the petitioner (i.e my husband then) needs to fill the 1-864 form can my earnings, assets, savings be included? The instructions on the form says that the intended immigrant spouse's earnings, assets can be included. Just need confirmation from anyone else who has gone through this. There must be young students who fell in love and got married before their career began? Thanks for any advice you can give.


Filed for IR-1 Visa

12/14/2008: Met for the first time through friends
01/07/2009: First Date
07/07/2010: Married!
08/19/2011: I-130 mailed
08/24/2011: USCIS Acceptance Confirmation email received
08/26/2011: NOA1 received
09/23/2011: NOA2
09/26/2011: Case received by NVC
10/17/2011: Case put on NVC's system
10/18/2011: AOS bill invoiced and paid
10/20/2011: AOS bill shown as PAID
10/26/2011: Emailed DS-3032
10/28/2011: DS-3032 acknowledged and IV bill invoiced
10/31/2011: IV bill paid
11/01/2011: IV bill shown as PAID
10/13/2012: I-864 package mailed
10/26/2012: RFE
11/06/2012: IV package mailed
01/30/2013: Case complete at NVC
02/21/2013: Medical
03/06/2013: Interview- Approved
05/30/2013: POE
07/31/2013: Greencard arrived in mail!

Account of medical: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/416093-london-medical-experience/page__p__5997291#entry5997291
Review of Embassy/Interview: http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/view-dos-cis-reviews.php?entry=11637

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Croatia
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Hi I posted this in a similar topic but no answers yet. My USC fiance soon to be hubby( next couple of months) is a student and not earning anything. He's also going to Med school after graduating next year. Would my savings, assets , well over the 3 x spouse limit be enough or does he need to get a sponsor? We're planning to go for CR-1 visa so it gives us more time. I've graduated and now on OPT and hope to work asap once I return to my country. When the process is at the stage for the petitioner (i.e my husband then) needs to fill the 1-864 form can my earnings, assets, savings be included? The instructions on the form says that the intended immigrant spouse's earnings, assets can be included. Just need confirmation from anyone else who has gone through this. There must be young students who fell in love and got married before their career began? Thanks for any advice you can give.

My husband is a student (used to be in the army, but he's a student now) and I've just finished college not too long ago. He is the US citizen, we got married in my country (Croatia) and we went with his dad as the co-sponsor. But yeah, your assets and savings can be included in the I-864 form.


Oct 2008 - met in Tacoma, Wa

Jan 2009 - engaged

Nov 03, 2009 - got married in Croatia

Jan 2010 - I-130 filed

Jan 2010 - pregnant (expecting our first baby in Sep)

Jan 2010 - NOA1 received

Apr 2010 - NOA2 received - APPROVED

Apr 2010 - got NVC case number

Apr 2010 - DS3032 sent and accepted

May 2010 - AOS & IV Bills received

May 2010 - AOS & IV Bill paid

Jun 2010 - all documents sent to NVC

Jun 16, 2010 - NVC received all of our documents (according to the AVR)

Jun 28, 2010 - NVC sent us a RFE

Jun 30, 2010 - received the checklist from the NVC via email

Jul 01, 2010 - sent the corrected I-864 form back to NVC

Jul 12, 2010 - NVC has received the checklist letter response

Jul 21, 2010 - got SIF, case expedited cause of pregnancy, all the paperwork sent to the US embassy in Zagreb

Jul 26, 2010 - medical

Jul 27, 2010 - interview - APPROVED!

Aug 06, 2010 - POE - Seattle

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"I tell you good night with tears in my eyes,I wish I was there curled up by your side. Time passes, but not fast enough. I try to be strong, but I'm not that tough. When I feel your embrace it will be alright, but my heart aches for you on this lonely night."

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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Thank you for the reply dj's baby. Makes me feel a bit better as everyone else online seems to be a bit older.


Filed for IR-1 Visa

12/14/2008: Met for the first time through friends
01/07/2009: First Date
07/07/2010: Married!
08/19/2011: I-130 mailed
08/24/2011: USCIS Acceptance Confirmation email received
08/26/2011: NOA1 received
09/23/2011: NOA2
09/26/2011: Case received by NVC
10/17/2011: Case put on NVC's system
10/18/2011: AOS bill invoiced and paid
10/20/2011: AOS bill shown as PAID
10/26/2011: Emailed DS-3032
10/28/2011: DS-3032 acknowledged and IV bill invoiced
10/31/2011: IV bill paid
11/01/2011: IV bill shown as PAID
10/13/2012: I-864 package mailed
10/26/2012: RFE
11/06/2012: IV package mailed
01/30/2013: Case complete at NVC
02/21/2013: Medical
03/06/2013: Interview- Approved
05/30/2013: POE
07/31/2013: Greencard arrived in mail!

Account of medical: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/416093-london-medical-experience/page__p__5997291#entry5997291
Review of Embassy/Interview: http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/view-dos-cis-reviews.php?entry=11637

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