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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

Dear VJ Members:

Can my husband get a student loan in his name but I am the one who will used it? I'm still waiting for the decision on my status adjustment and I'm eager to go back to school. Is that possible?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia

I would think no but hopefully someone else can help you. I would think it would be considered fraud because HE would need to be the one to sign up for school in order to get the loan. A private loan through a bank where he then gives you the money would be fine.

** moved from "Adjustment of Status (Green Card) from Family Based Visas" to Moving Here and Your New Life In America as this isn't an AOS question**

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Can't do that, but he could co-sign a loan for you. Shouldn't take very long. Had to do that for the last 3 semesters.

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Got 3 NOAs April 26

Biometrics Appointment Letter received May 1 - dated May 26

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No you can't.

" If we could live life all over again,we would still choose each other.If we are reborn to second life, we would marry each other again,we are persons with one heart,one soul,the same dreams and aspiration."

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China

anything fafsa related? alas, no.

WHEN you have green-card in hand, though - you qualify for fafsa related stuff - see http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

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Filed: Country: United Kingdom

He can Co-Sign on a loan for you but he can not take an 'education' loan for anyone other than himself.

K-1 Visa Journey

04/20/2006 - file our I-129f.

09/14/2006 - US Embassy interview. Ask Lauren to marry me again, just to make sure. Says Yes. Phew!

10/02/2006 - Fly to New York, EAD at JFK, I'm in!!

10/14/2006 - Married! The perfect wedding day.

AOS Journey

10/23/2006 - AOS and EAD filed

05/29/2007 - RFE (lost medical)

08/02/2007 - RFE received back at CSC

08/10/2007 - Card Production ordered

08/17/2007 - Green Card Arrives

Removing Conditions

05/08/2009 - I-751 Mailed

05/13/2009 - NOA1

06/12/2009 - Biometrics Appointment

09/24/2009 - Approved (twice)

10/10/2009 - Card Production Ordered

10/13/2009 - Card Production Ordered (Again?)

10/19/2009 - Green Card Received (Dated 10/13/19)

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