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hey All,

I'm sure I'm not alone in having to write additional addresses on my I751 Question 9.

The problem is, I can't remember the exact date I entered on the AR-11 to say we moved. We took over the house on June 1st 2010 but didn't stay there 'til late June as we were out of town and kept both our new and old residencies. I did file an AR-11 but I've mislaid it and they never sent me a letter saying 'Thanks for filing the AR-11'.

Do you think that putting a month in Question 9 would suffice rather than the exact date or could I call USCIS and ask them for the date I submitted the form?

R.


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Question, did US Citizen spouse file an I-865, and what did they indicate as a date of moving?

But yes approximate should be fine.


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Question, did US Citizen spouse file an I-865, and what did they indicate as a date of moving?

But yes approximate should be fine.

Hi there,

Thanks for the answer. No, we didn't file a an I-865, just a AR-11 online. I entered the US on self-sponsorship so that wasn't needed.

Phew, you had me worried there.

R.


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Hi there,

Thanks for the answer. No, we didn't file a an I-865, just a AR-11 online. I entered the US on self-sponsorship so that wasn't needed.

Phew, you had me worried there.

R.

?? Did spouse provide an I-864 when adjusting status. UK may allow K-1 to "Self Sponsor" for the visa, however USCIS tends to want petitioner to provide an I-864 when adjusting status, or an I-864W would be needed when adjusting status. Was there an I-864, or I-864EZ involved when adjusting status?

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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?? Did spouse provide an I-864 when adjusting status. UK may allow K-1 to "Self Sponsor" for the visa, however USCIS tends to want petitioner to provide an I-864 when adjusting status, or an I-864W would be needed when adjusting status. Was there an I-864, or I-864EZ involved when adjusting status?

Yes, there was actually ... my mother-in-law ... but she is still in the same address.

My wife has been at Law school the whole time we have been here and didn't sponsor me as far as I can recall. Or maybe she did adn her mother-in-law was the main sponsor.

Maybe I should call them and inform them of that change of address for my wife also?

Thanks for being so thorough.

R.


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Yes, there was actually ... my mother-in-law ... but she is still in the same address.

My wife has been at Law school the whole time we have been here and didn't sponsor me as far as I can recall. Or maybe she did adn her mother-in-law was the main sponsor.

Maybe I should call them and inform them of that change of address for my wife also?

Thanks for being so thorough.

R.

Mother in-law should be Joint sponsor, and the person who originally file I-129F your spouse should have been primary sponsor even if income was such that a joint sponsor was needed.

Dont worry much, the I-865 tends to be forgotten by many, just get it filed.

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OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Mother in-law should be Joint sponsor, and the person who originally file I-129F your spouse should have been primary sponsor even if income was such that a joint sponsor was needed.

Dont worry much, the I-865 tends to be forgotten by many, just get it filed.

When we went for our 2-year interview we had submitted a change of address for me the Fall before but they never asked anything about it.

I'll get that filed though.

Thanks for the heads up.

R.


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