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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany

just wondering......Because my spouse wants two or three jobs and I keep saying "NO"!!!

He's first job is a correctional officer at the local prison........lol Don't know how he does it :no:

7/20/05 - Visa received in the mail

9/13/05 - Arrival to Texas FINALLY!!!

12/2/05 - Wedding

1/25/06 - AOS/EAD sent

1/26/06 - AOS/EAD received at USCIS

02/4/06 - NOA received for EAD

02/6/06 - NOA received for AOS

02/7/06 - ASC appt notice rcv'd

03/2/06 - Biometrics appt.

05/15/06 - AOS Approval (stamp in passport)

05/23/06 - Received Welcome letter

05/26/06 - Green Card arrived in mail yaaaahhooooo

08/10/06 - Hubby 1st job in US

05/15/08 - ??? what next

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just wondering......Because my spouse wants two or three jobs and I keep saying "NO"!!!

He's first job is a correctional officer at the local prison........lol Don't know how he does it :no:

Don't know how he doesit ?? Easy ! They are the easiest and safest jobs you can ever have. I've done it before and believe me you are safer in there than on the streets. Those prisoners are tamed in prison and subdued, also you have many other officers to back you up in case something rarely happens. They are very good for students too. Ask him and he will tell you that he feels safe and in control.

I-129f sent-- 05-26-2006

NOA1 - 06-08-2006

Rfe recieved - 06-30-2006

rfe sent - 06-30-2006

NOA2 - 07-31-2006

NVC received - 08-03-2006

NOA2 recieved in the mail: 08-04-2006

NVC sent : 08-04-2006

NVC letter recieved: 08-10-2006

Embassy confirmed: 08-11-2006

interview date: 11-09-2006

Visa approved : 11-09-2006

Visa recieved : 11-15-200

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Nigeria

My husband also wanted to work 7 days a week when he first got here. I think he still would if I let him :). I didn't want him to get more than one job. We kind of compromised when he first started working. He was working a construction job and it worked 5 days a week with a lot of Sat. add ons and some Sundays. After a few months, he started GED school in the mornings. This took away some $ hours, but he was still gone that much of the time. He finally has a good and reliable job with consistant hours (in a warehouse). He is still going to school, but his hours are pretty okay. He does occasionally have overtime, but it isn't bad. Soon, the school will be over and he'll have more time at home. It's great when your spouse has a great work ethic, but can cut into the home time. But, we are figuring it out.

Met on internet 6/04. Married at court house in Aba, Nigeria 12/04. 3/05 traditional ceremony in Nigeria w/ my picture. 12/05 finally together again. 4/06 ceremony/celebration in the states together

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6/16-rep contact


7/?/05-ds3032/i864 bill generated

7/22/05-sent payment $70

8/1/05-IV visa bill generated

8/11/05-sent bill overnight

8/20/05- rec. 864 packet

8/25/05- nvc rec. IV bill

8/29/05-overnight 864

9/6/05-rec. ds230 (waiting on husband info)

9/28/05-sent ds230

9/29/05-ds230 rec

11/9/05 RFE for orig. birth cert.

11/9/05-sent origional

11/29/05 case complete-abandoned for k-3


3/2/05 sent 3/15/04 noa 1 6/17/05 touched

6/20/05 touched 6/29/05 -heard approved on phone

7/21/05 - husband got packet/interview date at consulate

12/15/05- visa Approved!

12/20/05 picked up visa


1/9/06 mailed AOS & EAD

1/18/06 NOA 1 AOS and EAD

2/8/06 received appt. notice for bio

2/2/06 EAD touched

2/22/06 EAD touched

3/6/06 apt. date for both bio.

3/7/06 AOS/EAD touched

3/10/06 EAD on it's way

3/14/06 received EAD

3/20/06 filed for ssn

3/28/06 rec ssn

5/10/06 rec noa for AOS interview on June 26

6/22/06 found out pregnant- So happy!!!!

6/26/06 interview-Officer led us to believe we'd have card soon

7/8/06 e-mail stating welcome letter on it's way!

7/13/06 rec. Green card. Yipee!!

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Jamaica

Same with mine, but thank God between classes and his 9-5 there are few hours left in the day. He is now thinking of getting a "Sunday" job! :crying: It's the only day we have to relax and spend quality time together!! :crying: As a compromise, I told him to ask his supervisor for a few hours of OT each week. I can live with that.

AOS, EAD - 115 days from mailing AOS to conditional Green Card in Hand

06-07-08 - File to remove conditions

4/28/09 - Moved to CSC

06-20-09- Received 10 year Greencard


07-09-09 - Filed N-400

Joel 2:25 (Amplified Bible) And I will restore or replace for you the years that the locust has eaten--the hopping locust, the stripping locust, and the crawling locust, My great army which I sent among you.

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