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I followed some advise given here (somewhere) and applied for and received my first US credit card with Capital One - YEAH! Now I can build credit. Was denied two previous applications with other institutions (including my own bank) because of the old catch 22 - You can't get because you have no credit.


If only I can find a job up my alley. I had a sweet Customer Service position with a Manufacturing company in Canada. Made quite enough to live modestly, pay of a car and support my daughter on my own. Moved to the US to marry the man of my dreams and all I can get is Tim Hortons. It is so discouraging. I'm not strapped for cash by any stretch, but I sure would like to be back in an office and wearing the clothes that have been gathering dust.

Boo Hoo

Removal of Conditions

04-14-10 I751 Application sent

04-19-10 NOA1

06-01-10 Biometrics in Detroit

08-10-10 Card Production Order

08-24-10 Green Card Received

AOS Journey

10-06-07 POE Detroit

10-12-07 Married

10-19-07 Mailed AOS Package

10-24-07 AOS package delivered

10-29-07 NOA1 Date

11-07-07 Applied for SSN, Received within 2 weeks

12-11-07 Biometrics in Detroit

12-21-07 I-485 Transferred to CSC

12-31-07 I-765 Card Production Ordered; I-131 Approved

01-07-08 I-131 Received

01-10-08 I-765 Approval Notice Sent

01-12-08 I-765 Received

02-21-08 RFE - Medical

03-18-08 RFE returned

04-07-08 RFE received at CSC

07-15-08 Card Production Order

07-21-08 Green Card Received

K1 Journey

09-12-06 I129F Application sent

09-20-06 NOA1, Receipt Notice

01-22-07 NOA2, Approval Notice

02-08-07 Petition forwarded to Mtl

03-02-07 Pkg 3 Received

03-17-07 Pkg 3 Returned

08-15-07 Montreal Interview, APPROVED

09-11-07 Visa Received

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada

Still waiting to see if i get my first credit card from them, maild the sheet back to them about a week ago now.

Same issue with finding a job tho! been here over a year and I cant find anything in my state. Iv applied to all kinds of things even stock room helper jobs and Not gotten any call backs. I recently applyed for a volunteer position tho maybe I can get that and hopefully turn it into a job or get a job from doing it. It does suck not being able to do what you used to do, I liked my old jobs! Cant seem to get anything at all here.

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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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