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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: China
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Yesterday me and my wife went to our interview at LA office, and it went pretty much painlessly. The IO was a middle-aged woman, and she was very friendly and courteous. She asked about how we met, who pursued whom, when was the proposal etc, and we all had a good time recollecting the beginning of our love life. Then she asked about proofs of co-mingling of assets, we showed her our joint bank statement, joint tax return, car titles, car insurance. I said that we also have photos and cashed rent checks, she said that she already had enough. Then she asked me if I was previously married, at this point I told her about our annulled marriage, just as other members of this forum had suggested. For details about the annulled marriage, you can read up on a previous post of mine. She asked for the annulment paper and the first marriage certificate, also the old divorce paper between my wife and her ex from the Chinese court. She ended up taking a copy of the annulment paper, and that's about it. Afterward, she said "I'm going to approve you, and you should receive your card in 4 weeks". Yeah!

Thank you all for your support and suggestions, and best of luck!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Congratulations :)

Yesterday me and my wife went to our interview at LA office, and it went pretty much painlessly. The IO was a middle-aged woman, and she was very friendly and courteous. She asked about how we met, who pursued whom, when was the proposal etc, and we all had a good time recollecting the beginning of our love life. Then she asked about proofs of co-mingling of assets, we showed her our joint bank statement, joint tax return, car titles, car insurance. I said that we also have photos and cashed rent checks, she said that she already had enough. Then she asked me if I was previously married, at this point I told her about our annulled marriage, just as other members of this forum had suggested. For details about the annulled marriage, you can read up on a previous post of mine. She asked for the annulment paper and the first marriage certificate, also the old divorce paper between my wife and her ex from the Chinese court. She ended up taking a copy of the annulment paper, and that's about it. Afterward, she said "I'm going to approve you, and you should receive your card in 4 weeks". Yeah!

Thank you all for your support and suggestions, and best of luck!


YA ALAH Bless Our Joureny To The End , Ameen

Je T'aime Till My Dying Day

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Australia
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Congratulations!


K-1 Journey

2008-09-15 ~ Started dating

2010-05-03 ~ First meeting in person in the U.S.

2010-07-19 ~ Moved to Australia on a Working Holiday visa

2010-11-23 ~ Got engaged!!!

2011-01-04 ~ Sent I-129F forms

2011-01-14 ~ NOA1

2011-06-06 ~ NOA2

2011-06-22 ~ Packet 3 Received

2011-07-13 ~ Packet 3 Sent

2011-08-02 ~ Interview ~ Approved!!!!

2011-08-05 ~ Visa in hand

2011-08-09 ~ POE at LAX

2011-10-15 ~ Wedding!

AOS Journey

2011-11-07 ~ AoS Packet Sent

2011-11-15 ~ RFE Received (Forgot to sign a paper)

2011-11-17 ~ RFE response sent back

2011-11-22 ~ Biometrics appointment

2011-12-13 ~ Transferred to California

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


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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