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Hi again VJers,

I am a USC and my ex is applying for ROC alone. He has a misdemeanor for spousal battery on his record and is obviously nervous about getting deported. My question is, do fee waivers have any affect on the decision for ROC?

I'm trying to decide if I should help him with the money. I am also planning on claiming him as a dependent when I file taxes this year. Would that disqualify him from the waiver?

Thanks again!


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Hi again VJers,

I am a USC and my ex is applying for ROC alone. He has a misdemeanor for spousal battery on his record and is obviously nervous about getting deported. My question is, do fee waivers have any affect on the decision for ROC?

I'm trying to decide if I should help him with the money. I am also planning on claiming him as a dependent when I file taxes this year. Would that disqualify him from the waiver?

Thanks again!

You can't claim a spouse a dependent. He was your spouse on 12/31/ 2010 (based on info from another post by you) so you would have to file jointly to get the deduction.


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You can't claim a spouse a dependent. He was your spouse on 12/31/ 2010 (based on info from another post by you) so you would have to file jointly to get the deduction.

Oops - I meant filing jointly. I guess it doesn't matter for the fee waiver since it's 2011.

Any thoughts on if the fee waiver will effect whether or not they remove conditions?


K-3 Visa

Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Tanzania

01-01-2007 Marriage

01-24-2008 I-130 Sent

02-14-2008 I-130 NOA1

02-20-2008 I-129F Sent

02-22-2008 I-129F NOA1

05-07-2008 I-129F/I-130 NOA2

05-15-2008 NVC Received

05-19-2008 Consulate Received

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