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I have reason to ask my fiance to call to R/S the interview date which is upon us... March 23.

I want to ask her to R/S to the 3rd/4th week in April, if possible.

(Why? doesn't matter much, but... I'll have 'my most recently filed tax return' completed by then.)

(CPA is feeling a little crunch... you know how they get at this time of year)

Anyone from Colombia?

Can it be done?

Any consequences?

My approval was granted on December 30 and said it was good for 4 months, so that would be April 30.

And, then there is the letter here, to 'request extension of the approval', if necessary.

Any help is appreciated.


07/27/2011...........NOA1 received.

12/05/2011...........RFE received.

12/13/2011...........RFE response sent.

12/16/2011...........RFE RESPONSE received by Vermont S.C.

12/22/2011...........Teased by a text-message from uscis, saying they have received my response to the RFE.

12/30/2011...........LA VISA APROVADOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

01/12/2012...........Case Sent To Bogota Colombia, from the National Visa Center.

02/09/2012...........Schedule Interview.

03/23/2012...........Interview (to take place then)!

04/07/2012...........Arrived in USA.

07/01/2012...........MARRIED!

What next?

.......How the days DO slip away!

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I have reason to ask my fiance to call to R/S the interview date which is upon us... March 23.

I want to ask her to R/S to the 3rd/4th week in April, if possible.

(Why? doesn't matter much, but... I'll have 'my most recently filed tax return' completed by then.)

(CPA is feeling a little crunch... you know how they get at this time of year)

Anyone from Colombia?

Can it be done?

Any consequences?

My approval was granted on December 30 and said it was good for 4 months, so that would be April 30.

And, then there is the letter here, to 'request extension of the approval', if necessary.

Any help is appreciated.

Hi GringoD, your current interview is the day after our interview(3/22). I recall when booking her interview on-line, I did see an option for reschedule, so that should be easy to do. As for the tax return, you don't have to have 2011 complete if your interview falls before 4/17, so you would be ok using 2010 if you wanted to. Have not come across anyone who needed to ask for an extension, so maybe some who has will give you some instructions in case you need to do that.

Jon & Clau

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Yes, your 2010 tax return is more than enough, but if you don't feel comfortable with that you can also take copies of your 2011 W2.

Diana


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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Gringo: Can I have your interview date? ;) Just kidding... I have resigned myself to wait and I will be going down in 54 days to be with my honey and her daughter for their interview. Between now and then I am just getting stuff ready for when they get here. My two cents would be to keep the date you have, take your W2s and 2010 1040. If you get in a tight spot, make sure you offer the CO an adjustment and I am sure you will breeze through! ;) GOOD LUCK & GOD BLESS!

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Yeah, but... I'm self-employed, and with a few other alterations at the moment.

Hey, Stephan!

I think if we SWAP OUT.... it'll work out about right for us both ! No??

What is your date? April 24??


07/27/2011...........NOA1 received.

12/05/2011...........RFE received.

12/13/2011...........RFE response sent.

12/16/2011...........RFE RESPONSE received by Vermont S.C.

12/22/2011...........Teased by a text-message from uscis, saying they have received my response to the RFE.

12/30/2011...........LA VISA APROVADOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

01/12/2012...........Case Sent To Bogota Colombia, from the National Visa Center.

02/09/2012...........Schedule Interview.

03/23/2012...........Interview (to take place then)!

04/07/2012...........Arrived in USA.

07/01/2012...........MARRIED!

What next?

.......How the days DO slip away!

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