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Possible issue with our Affidavit of Support

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Good evening everyone,

We filed for AOS back in July and after mailing it off I noticed that I forget to sign and have the affidavit notorized. I called the mis-information line to ask what I should do and they said not to worry that I would be able to do a new one at the interview. Well, this really concerns me after reading some of the other post on this site...specifically the couple who add their AOS denied because of a doctors screw up!

My question is does anyone think our AOS will be denied before we ever get an interview? Any sugestions as to what I should do?

They are now processing our date range and I'm beginning to sweat. This is terrrible because I could have submitted the document almost immediately but there seems to be no provision for doing this in the current system.

Thanks to all for your help!

Minha_Raposa

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Hi can you post your timelines? So we could determine what's your status. Usually you will get RFE and you just have to follow what they want for you to send back but if they didn't most likely you will have to bring it on the interview. I hope this will work out for you.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hi can you post your timelines? So we could determine what's your status. Usually you will get RFE and you just have to follow what they want for you to send back but if they didn't most likely you will have to bring it on the interview. I hope this will work out for you.

OK...I posted it. Took me a few to figure this out though. Thanks for your help.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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I think the issues we've seen were related to medical, when RFE was misunderstood. If USCIS sends an RFE, then you need to act. Otherwise, I'd just bring a new affidavit to the inteview.

Anyone has other opinions?


09-02-2005 Applications for AOS, EAD, and AP received by MSC

10-21-2005 AOS fingerprint notice for 12-08-2005

11-07-2005 AP approved

12-05-2005 Infopass appt at San Jose office for interim EAD -- Refused, because it is already approved by MSC on 11-07-2005

12-07-2005 Attempt at interim EAD at San Francisco office -- no go. Back to San Jose, where CSO (chief station officer) tells they will contact MSC via email to request permission to issue interim EAD

12-08-2005 Biometrics for AOS and EAD. Having no EAD appt letter was no problem (used EAD NOA)

12-15-2005 EAD arrived in the mail

12-24-2005 Received interview letter; interview scheduled 03-01-2006

01-28-2006 Received replacement SSN card in married name (5 wks since application)

03-01-2006 AOS interview -- approved; received stamp in the passport

03-13-2006 Green card arrived in the mail

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I think they'd send you an RFE if they wanted the I-864, before they actually denied you. So when and if they do that, then just send it in.

I will say though that I was not aware I myself as the petitioner had to fill out an I-864 despite the fact that I didn't have any money and my aunt was going to be the only sponsor. They never gave me an RFE for that.

But when I got to the interview, completely unaware that I was missing a form, they told me then that they needed an Affidavit of Support from me and asked if I had it with me. So at least that lets us know you have a chance to give them extra forms at the interview if they were not in your initial packet.

In my case, I obviously didn't have the form on me. So they actually handed me the form at the interview and let me fill it out there and the officer acted as my notary, and we were approved that day.

So basically, I wouldn't worry. Wait to see if you get an RFE. If you don't, just bring along the form to your interview. And remember that the petitioner must have one, as well as anyone else who may be sponsoring you or your spouse.

Good luck!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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If you haven't got an RFE - Don't worry about it. The interviewing officer yesterday changed a couple things on my wife's I485 and had her sign it again (he changed the A # - we had the wrong one and something else that I can't remember now.) So, I asume they can do the same with the I864 at the same time. Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Thailand
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Yes, I agree with you guys. You dont have to worried as long as they still not send RFE to you. By the way, make the complete I864 and bring along with you on interviews. Good Luck ...

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Minha Raposa - now we are in a new tax year anyway, so you will be able to do a new up to date affidavit for the interview.


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2004 Awaiting my divorce

Decree nisi 29th July YAYYYYYYYYYY

15th Dec DIVORCED AT LAST!!!!

Dec 23 decree arrives, I-129F sent to Nebraska!!!

Dec 27 NOA1

Feb 16 2005 NOA2 (51 days)

May 17 INTERVIEW 9am!!!! (day 141) Approved

May 30 Arrived POE Chicago (flight delayed!!)

June 13 applied for SSN

June 30 Wedding on beach at sunset awwwww

AOS 2005

July 11 Sent off AOS/AP/EAD to Chicago

Sep 1 I485 transferred to CSC

Sep 15 EAD and AP approved (59 days)

Nov 25 Green card and Welcome letter arrive in mail (no interview) 130 days

Removing Conditions 2007

Aug 15 I-751 sent to Nebraska

Sep 14 NOA1 rec'd, transferred to CSC again

Sep 21 rec'd bios appt for 9/28/07

Jan 26 2008 Approved. 10 Yr card received 1/28/08.

Naturalization 2008

Sep 8 N-400 sent to Nebraska

Sep 11 Priority date

Oct 7 Biometrics

July 10 2009 - Interview, approved!

Aug 20 Oath ceremony

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