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CR1 APPROVED!!! Questions about the next steps...

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Hello everyone!! After all this hussle and bussle, we were finally approved!! I will write my review soon. My husband and I have a few questions regarding the next steps as soon as he receives his passport and greencard at the DHL....

He owns a house in Calgary..he has renters in it now but plans to sell it in June. It is okay if he still owns a house in Canada and moves to the US correct?? Like I said, he plans to sell it soon...

Any tips or advice for when he actually plans to move here??

Thanks so much...this site has been AMAZING!!!!!

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That's awesome news!!! Congrats to you and your hubby!!

I'm not sure about the house situation but if he continues to receive income from it while in US he would have to report that income in you guys' tax return for 2011.

As for traveling? Just make sure he has all his immigration documents (green card, stuff from the embassy, etc.) on hand when he's traveling. You wanna have all that information available to immigration officers.

Good Luck!!!

Hopefully this is the outcome for hubby's journey with me very soon. :dance:


Summer 2007: Hubby and I met.

January 2008: Engaged.

May 22,2008: Hubby and I got married!

August 2008: I-130 filed.

January 2010: Our son was born.

May 2010: Interview at US Embassy in Barbados. Visa Denied! Eligible for I-601 waiver. Couldn't get a joint sponsor so we had to wait until 2011 when my income tax return documents would reflect my full income.

Feb22,2011: Embassy Received Tax Docs and New AOS!

Feb28,2011: I-601Waiver App Package sent to USCIS Santo Domingo via airmail.

Mar28,2011: USCIS Santo Domingo received Waiver Package.

Jun13,2011: Waiver Approved!

June24,2011:Embassy requested that medical police cert and other docs be updated and sent to schedule final interview for visa! *crosses fingers*

FINAL INTERVIEW SET FOR SEPT. 1ST @ 7:30AM

Hope and Pray!

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Hello everyone!! After all this hussle and bussle, we were finally approved!! I will write my review soon. My husband and I have a few questions regarding the next steps as soon as he receives his passport and greencard at the DHL....

He owns a house in Calgary..he has renters in it now but plans to sell it in June. It is okay if he still owns a house in Canada and moves to the US correct?? Like I said, he plans to sell it soon...

Any tips or advice for when he actually plans to move here??

Thanks so much...this site has been AMAZING!!!!!

Another Confused poster, this is I601/AP forum. Is something wrong with the Journey site?

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