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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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I'm sorry but I think this will be lengthy. I'll try to keep it as short and simple as possible. Thanks! A little over 2 years ago I married a Russian wooman who was a working student in the States. We decided it to be best for her to return to Russia after the marriage to complete her degree. Our marriage sadly failed after beginning our CR1 process. She just kinda disappeared on me. We abandoned the process while the case was at NVC. Little more than half way. That was well over a year ago. In that time I actually met, fell in love with another woman, who surprisingly is also from Russia. Maybe this only sounds surprising to me, but what are the odds? In Virginia? Anyway....my divorce is finally just now completed. That's a whole other story. My new love is Alexandra. Sasha. We have spent many months together and love each other like crazy. She returned to Russia recently and we dreaded that day because we had no certainty of her being able to return. I've never experienced being in love with someone while finalizing a divorce, but the agony of not being able to marry Sasha because my divorce wasnt final was killing us. She had to go home and we had only one choice. A K1 visa. As soon as I have the divorce certificate in my hand the first packet can go out. now, I have some questions....Will there be any problem with our case if they see that I had abandoned an old case for a different woman, my spouse? or will the divorce documents be enough to satisfy?

Also, I have great tax history for the past 3 years and doubled the poverty level of income. However, for the first 7 months of 2006 i did not work due to an injury. I was forced to live off of my savings which dwindled quickly. Now, i'm working full time again. I'm a waiter and a bartender and my bank account says I'm broke as a joke. especially after surviving 7 months of no work. For 2006 I'm not going to meet the needed earning requirements. Now the IRS. They issue your tax info in January. So that means that as of October 2006 my last 3 years are 2003, 2004, 2005. But that step of our process (Af of Sup.) will not happen until sometime after the new year. So, by then will the embassy want 2004,5,6?? because my last year is not going to look so hot. Though we both know I'm more than capable and make plenty for both of us. Paystubs are good, but the bank statement and first half of '06 Tax History look poor. Can anyone shed some serious light on this puzzling ache in my head??? Thank you all so much for reading through this. I cant believe I'm going to do this again. At least this time I know its for the right reasons with the right person. We've learned everything about each other. Have a year of history together under one roof. This cannot fail us...

Thanks....Sasha and Jason.

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22 Jun 05 - We met in a tiny bar in Williamsburg, Va. (spent all summer together)

27 May 06 - Sasha comes back for a 2nd glorious summer (spent 8 months apart)

01 Jan 07 - Jason travels to Moscow for 2 weeks with Sasha

27 May 07 - Jason again travels to Moscow for 2 weeks of perfection

14 July 07 - I-129F and all related documents sent to VSC

16 July 07 - I-129F delivered to VSC and signed for by P. Novak

20 July 07 - NOA1 issued / receipt number assigned

27 Sep 07 - Jason travels to Moscow to be with Sasha for 2 weeks

28 Nov 07 - NOA2 issued...TOUCHED!...then...APPROVED!!!

01 Dec 07 - NVC receives/assigns case #

04 Dec 07 - NVC sends case to U.S. Embassy Moscow

26 Dec 07 - Jason visits Sasha in Russia for the 4th and final time of 2007 :)

22 Feb 08 - Moscow Interview! (APPROVED!!!)..Yay!

24 Mar 08 - Sasha and Jason reunite in the U.S. :)

31 May 08 - Married

29 Dec 08- Alexander is born

11 Jan 10 - AOS / AP / EAD package sent

19 Jan 10 - AOS NOA1 / AP NOA1 / EAD NOA1

08 Feb 10 - AOS case transferred to CSC

16 Mar 10 - AP received

16 Mar 10 - AOS approved

19 Mar 10 - EAD received

22 Mar 10 - GC received

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I'm sorry but I think this will be lengthy. I'll try to keep it as short and simple as possible. Thanks! A little over 2 years ago I married a Russian wooman who was a working student in the States. We decided it to be best for her to return to Russia after the marriage to complete her degree. Our marriage sadly failed after beginning our CR1 process. She just kinda disappeared on me. We abandoned the process while the case was at NVC. Little more than half way. That was well over a year ago. In that time I actually met, fell in love with another woman, who surprisingly is also from Russia. Maybe this only sounds surprising to me, but what are the odds? In Virginia? Anyway....my divorce is finally just now completed. That's a whole other story. My new love is Alexandra. Sasha. We have spent many months together and love each other like crazy. She returned to Russia recently and we dreaded that day because we had no certainty of her being able to return. I've never experienced being in love with someone while finalizing a divorce, but the agony of not being able to marry Sasha because my divorce wasnt final was killing us. She had to go home and we had only one choice. A K1 visa. As soon as I have the divorce certificate in my hand the first packet can go out. now, I have some questions....Will there be any problem with our case if they see that I had abandoned an old case for a different woman, my spouse? or will the divorce documents be enough to satisfy?

Also, I have great tax history for the past 3 years and doubled the poverty level of income. However, for the first 7 months of 2006 i did not work due to an injury. I was forced to live off of my savings which dwindled quickly. Now, i'm working full time again. I'm a waiter and a bartender and my bank account says I'm broke as a joke. especially after surviving 7 months of no work. For 2006 I'm not going to meet the needed earning requirements. Now the IRS. They issue your tax info in January. So that means that as of October 2006 my last 3 years are 2003, 2004, 2005. But that step of our process (Af of Sup.) will not happen until sometime after the new year. So, by then will the embassy want 2004,5,6?? because my last year is not going to look so hot. Though we both know I'm more than capable and make plenty for both of us. Paystubs are good, but the bank statement and first half of '06 Tax History look poor. Can anyone shed some serious light on this puzzling ache in my head??? Thank you all so much for reading through this. I cant believe I'm going to do this again. At least this time I know its for the right reasons with the right person. We've learned everything about each other. Have a year of history together under one roof. This cannot fail us...

Thanks....Sasha and Jason.

listen i read your story ,its seems that russians people here in the USA just look for papers,90% of russian are not good people , i had a lot of experiences with them ,so this woman just want to have the citezenship here so be careful,this is just an advice from me ,

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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I'm sorry but I think this will be lengthy. I'll try to keep it as short and simple as possible. Thanks! A little over 2 years ago I married a Russian wooman who was a working student in the States. We decided it to be best for her to return to Russia after the marriage to complete her degree. Our marriage sadly failed after beginning our CR1 process. She just kinda disappeared on me. We abandoned the process while the case was at NVC. Little more than half way. That was well over a year ago. In that time I actually met, fell in love with another woman, who surprisingly is also from Russia. Maybe this only sounds surprising to me, but what are the odds? In Virginia? Anyway....my divorce is finally just now completed. That's a whole other story. My new love is Alexandra. Sasha. We have spent many months together and love each other like crazy. She returned to Russia recently and we dreaded that day because we had no certainty of her being able to return. I've never experienced being in love with someone while finalizing a divorce, but the agony of not being able to marry Sasha because my divorce wasnt final was killing us. She had to go home and we had only one choice. A K1 visa. As soon as I have the divorce certificate in my hand the first packet can go out. now, I have some questions....Will there be any problem with our case if they see that I had abandoned an old case for a different woman, my spouse? or will the divorce documents be enough to satisfy?

Also, I have great tax history for the past 3 years and doubled the poverty level of income. However, for the first 7 months of 2006 i did not work due to an injury. I was forced to live off of my savings which dwindled quickly. Now, i'm working full time again. I'm a waiter and a bartender and my bank account says I'm broke as a joke. especially after surviving 7 months of no work. For 2006 I'm not going to meet the needed earning requirements. Now the IRS. They issue your tax info in January. So that means that as of October 2006 my last 3 years are 2003, 2004, 2005. But that step of our process (Af of Sup.) will not happen until sometime after the new year. So, by then will the embassy want 2004,5,6?? because my last year is not going to look so hot. Though we both know I'm more than capable and make plenty for both of us. Paystubs are good, but the bank statement and first half of '06 Tax History look poor. Can anyone shed some serious light on this puzzling ache in my head??? Thank you all so much for reading through this. I cant believe I'm going to do this again. At least this time I know its for the right reasons with the right person. We've learned everything about each other. Have a year of history together under one roof. This cannot fail us...

Thanks....Sasha and Jason.

listen i read your story ,its seems that russians people here in the USA just look for papers,90% of russian are not good people , i had a lot of experiences with them ,so this woman just want to have the citezenship here so be careful,this is just an advice from me ,

Alibaba, that is not fair for you to make generalizations like that. I will agree its true that many Russian women are not trustworthy, but to make that assumption on every case is narrow minded. YOUR experiences are not everyone elses.

Jason. Your income level sounds fine. I submitted the last five years of income statements for MY Sasha's inteview (aff. of support), so just include the previous year as well. USCIS should not have a problem with your previous marriage as long as the divorce is completley final, and you submit the proper request for the waiver of limitations on multiple petitions. Your story sounds legit, and in the end Im sure it will work out for you. btw, your photo looks great, you guys look like a really happy couple. Love is the greatest. Good luck my man. :D


2-14-2006- Engaged on a snowy night in Kiev

2-19-2006- Filed I129F

2-23-2006- NOA1 generated-REJECTED- (they said no fee attached, but I sent THE SAME CHECK back)

3-13-2006- NOA1 generated, reciept date of application

6-2-2006- (Sasha's bday) Transferred to CSC

6-14-2006- Recieved at CSC

6-23-2006- RFE generated IMBRA

6-30-2006-RFE recieved and returned by me.

7-8-2006-RFE recieved by CSC

7-11-2006-"touched" I just figured this out!!! ;)

8-3-2006 - Touched!

8-4-2006 - Touched again!

8-6-2006 - Touched again again!

8-25-2006 - Touched! Its been almost three weeks since the last one...forgot how that felt!

9-7-2006- Touched...but only because I called. :( So dissapointed right now....

9-8-2006- Touched...a real one...not because I called. Hope it actually means something like it did for Gary!

9-11-2006-APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

9-12-2006-Touched again today...to NVC?

9-16-2006-NOA2 recieved in mail

10-4-2006-Petition sent to NVC

10-21-2006-Touched??? #######?!?

10-25-2006-Touched again??

10-27-2006-NVC case received!

10-30-2006-NVC sent case to Consulate in Kiev!!! Come come on hurry up!!!

11-30-2006-Interview...PASSED!

12-8-2006-arriving together at Portland International Airport!!!

1-25-2007-MARRIED!

3-6-2007-Filed EAD, AP, and I485

3-13-2007-NOA1's for all of the above. ONE year exactly from NOA1 of 129f. ;)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Jason,

First off, ignore alibaba's rude comments.

You may face an issue on your initial petition because I believe you will need to indicate your previous CR1 filing. I think it depends on when it was. I'm not well versed in this but you'll find help in the IMBRA forum as well as here and it won't prevent you from filing for your fiance. For the aff. of support, you may want to consider getting a sponsor if your income is not above the poverty line at the time of the embassy interview.

Good luck.

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listen i read your story ,its seems that russians people here in the USA just look for papers,90% of russian are not good people , i had a lot of experiences with them ,so this woman just want to have the citezenship here so be careful,this is just an advice from me ,

alibaba,

do you have statistics to back up your statements?


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Thanks for your concern, but I can assure you that this is no "greencard" case. She could care less where we live, as long as we're together. I know this relationship has nothing to do with residency. In fact, the Russian woman I married wasnt even interested in citizenship. That love just faded. my Sasha and i shared everything for a year. most people here who are applying for a fiance visa (K1) do so with only a short visit or two to the fiancee's country. In fact, I'll bet most havent spent more than a few weeks actual time with their fiancee. Sasha and i lived together here in Williamsburg. Once again, thanks for the concern....but really, there's no doubt about her intentions. She's just as miserable without me as I am without her.


22 Jun 05 - We met in a tiny bar in Williamsburg, Va. (spent all summer together)

27 May 06 - Sasha comes back for a 2nd glorious summer (spent 8 months apart)

01 Jan 07 - Jason travels to Moscow for 2 weeks with Sasha

27 May 07 - Jason again travels to Moscow for 2 weeks of perfection

14 July 07 - I-129F and all related documents sent to VSC

16 July 07 - I-129F delivered to VSC and signed for by P. Novak

20 July 07 - NOA1 issued / receipt number assigned

27 Sep 07 - Jason travels to Moscow to be with Sasha for 2 weeks

28 Nov 07 - NOA2 issued...TOUCHED!...then...APPROVED!!!

01 Dec 07 - NVC receives/assigns case #

04 Dec 07 - NVC sends case to U.S. Embassy Moscow

26 Dec 07 - Jason visits Sasha in Russia for the 4th and final time of 2007 :)

22 Feb 08 - Moscow Interview! (APPROVED!!!)..Yay!

24 Mar 08 - Sasha and Jason reunite in the U.S. :)

31 May 08 - Married

29 Dec 08- Alexander is born

11 Jan 10 - AOS / AP / EAD package sent

19 Jan 10 - AOS NOA1 / AP NOA1 / EAD NOA1

08 Feb 10 - AOS case transferred to CSC

16 Mar 10 - AP received

16 Mar 10 - AOS approved

19 Mar 10 - EAD received

22 Mar 10 - GC received

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In fact, I'll bet most havent spent more than a few weeks actual time with their fiancee.

Fair warning - between alibaba's nasty remarks and huge generalizations like the above, you're gonna open up a huge can of worms - I'm not even going to get started. You're better off to stick to your issues at hand such as the waiver for filing and the income requirements . . .otherwise take it to off-topic before a full blown nasty thread results . . . just my two cents

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By the way...I'm sorry. I hope I didnt offend anyone by saying... "most people here who are applying for a fiance visa (K1) do so with only a short visit or two to the fiancee's country. In fact, I'll bet most havent spent more than a few weeks actual time with their fiancee."

It didnt occur to me until I reread it that it might offend. I didnt mean to undermind anyone who has only actually met their fiancee a few times. I for one know how quickly you can fall in love when the ingredients are perfect. I was simply trying to backup my case that she isn't that type of person. Alibaba and those like him erk me when they doubt someone who is close to my heart. I dont know about you guys but its sometimes hard hearing people say "Oooohh" when you explain your relationship. Anyway, cheers all!

Gotta find out what that form is that should be filed to say I had a previous case at one time. Off to investigate.


22 Jun 05 - We met in a tiny bar in Williamsburg, Va. (spent all summer together)

27 May 06 - Sasha comes back for a 2nd glorious summer (spent 8 months apart)

01 Jan 07 - Jason travels to Moscow for 2 weeks with Sasha

27 May 07 - Jason again travels to Moscow for 2 weeks of perfection

14 July 07 - I-129F and all related documents sent to VSC

16 July 07 - I-129F delivered to VSC and signed for by P. Novak

20 July 07 - NOA1 issued / receipt number assigned

27 Sep 07 - Jason travels to Moscow to be with Sasha for 2 weeks

28 Nov 07 - NOA2 issued...TOUCHED!...then...APPROVED!!!

01 Dec 07 - NVC receives/assigns case #

04 Dec 07 - NVC sends case to U.S. Embassy Moscow

26 Dec 07 - Jason visits Sasha in Russia for the 4th and final time of 2007 :)

22 Feb 08 - Moscow Interview! (APPROVED!!!)..Yay!

24 Mar 08 - Sasha and Jason reunite in the U.S. :)

31 May 08 - Married

29 Dec 08- Alexander is born

11 Jan 10 - AOS / AP / EAD package sent

19 Jan 10 - AOS NOA1 / AP NOA1 / EAD NOA1

08 Feb 10 - AOS case transferred to CSC

16 Mar 10 - AP received

16 Mar 10 - AOS approved

19 Mar 10 - EAD received

22 Mar 10 - GC received

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I didnt mean to undermind anyone who has only actually met their fiancee a few times.

LOL - what I meant was, some of us actually lived with our fiances for years . . .

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LOL, Kitkat, sorry. i didnt write that because of what you said. in fact i posted that before i saw you had even made another comment. No harm. That's pretty funny!


22 Jun 05 - We met in a tiny bar in Williamsburg, Va. (spent all summer together)

27 May 06 - Sasha comes back for a 2nd glorious summer (spent 8 months apart)

01 Jan 07 - Jason travels to Moscow for 2 weeks with Sasha

27 May 07 - Jason again travels to Moscow for 2 weeks of perfection

14 July 07 - I-129F and all related documents sent to VSC

16 July 07 - I-129F delivered to VSC and signed for by P. Novak

20 July 07 - NOA1 issued / receipt number assigned

27 Sep 07 - Jason travels to Moscow to be with Sasha for 2 weeks

28 Nov 07 - NOA2 issued...TOUCHED!...then...APPROVED!!!

01 Dec 07 - NVC receives/assigns case #

04 Dec 07 - NVC sends case to U.S. Embassy Moscow

26 Dec 07 - Jason visits Sasha in Russia for the 4th and final time of 2007 :)

22 Feb 08 - Moscow Interview! (APPROVED!!!)..Yay!

24 Mar 08 - Sasha and Jason reunite in the U.S. :)

31 May 08 - Married

29 Dec 08- Alexander is born

11 Jan 10 - AOS / AP / EAD package sent

19 Jan 10 - AOS NOA1 / AP NOA1 / EAD NOA1

08 Feb 10 - AOS case transferred to CSC

16 Mar 10 - AP received

16 Mar 10 - AOS approved

19 Mar 10 - EAD received

22 Mar 10 - GC received

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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:pop: When does the show begin? :pop:

April 1, 2006 - Filed I-129F

April 7, 2006 - NOA1

June 1, 2006 – Touched due to transfer to from NSC to CSC.

July 3, 2006 - IMBRA RFE Recieved in mail

July 6, 2006 - IMBRA RFE sent back to CSC

July 14, 2006 - CSC received RFE

July 15, 2006 - Touched

August 10, 2006 - Touched

August 11, 2006 - Touched

August 12, 2006 - Touched - Second RFE notice

August 14, 2006 - Touched

August 15, 2006 - Touched

August 19, 2006 - Second RFE arrives

August 20, 2006 - RFE reply

August 25, 2006 - Touched - RFE reply received

August 26, 2006 - Touched

August 28, 2006 - NOA2 approved in 144 days

August 29, 2006 - Touched

September 2, 2006 - Physical NOA2 arrives in mail

September 8, 2006 - NVC receives case

September 13, 2006 - NVC sends case to Rio

September 18, 2006 - Physical notice from NVC arrives in mail

September 18, 2006 - Case arrives in Rio

September 26, 2006 - Packet 3 replied to (before receiving it)

September 27, 2006 - Packet 3 response arrives in Rio

September 27, 2006 - Packet 3 arrives at Ana's

October 6, 2006 - Packet 4 arrives at Ana's

October 9, 2006 - Medical

December 5, 2006 - Interview!!

January 13, 2007 - Getting married in Hawaii!!

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By the way...I'm sorry. I hope I didnt offend anyone by saying... "most people here who are applying for a fiance visa (K1) do so with only a short visit or two to the fiancee's country. In fact, I'll bet most havent spent more than a few weeks actual time with their fiancee."

It didnt occur to me until I reread it that it might offend. I didnt mean to undermind anyone who has only actually met their fiancee a few times. I for one know how quickly you can fall in love when the ingredients are perfect. I was simply trying to backup my case that she isn't that type of person. Alibaba and those like him erk me when they doubt someone who is close to my heart. I dont know about you guys but its sometimes hard hearing people say "Oooohh" when you explain your relationship. Anyway, cheers all!

Gotta find out what that form is that should be filed to say I had a previous case at one time. Off to investigate.

Your reply to alibaba was simply too nice. If he comments anything like that on one of my posts I simply will take him out back and give him a big can of whoop @ss... Privately of course.... :D


YMMV

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my god, what have I done? I seem to have turned a serious question of concern into a weird thread. Sorry all! Just want to get through this horrible process with a little assistance from those who have more knowledge. I'm not sure where to find more info on this waiver. And when it should be submitted. With the 129F? Or will calling them solve this? I just dont want to get half way through this and have someone stop the process for more evidence.


22 Jun 05 - We met in a tiny bar in Williamsburg, Va. (spent all summer together)

27 May 06 - Sasha comes back for a 2nd glorious summer (spent 8 months apart)

01 Jan 07 - Jason travels to Moscow for 2 weeks with Sasha

27 May 07 - Jason again travels to Moscow for 2 weeks of perfection

14 July 07 - I-129F and all related documents sent to VSC

16 July 07 - I-129F delivered to VSC and signed for by P. Novak

20 July 07 - NOA1 issued / receipt number assigned

27 Sep 07 - Jason travels to Moscow to be with Sasha for 2 weeks

28 Nov 07 - NOA2 issued...TOUCHED!...then...APPROVED!!!

01 Dec 07 - NVC receives/assigns case #

04 Dec 07 - NVC sends case to U.S. Embassy Moscow

26 Dec 07 - Jason visits Sasha in Russia for the 4th and final time of 2007 :)

22 Feb 08 - Moscow Interview! (APPROVED!!!)..Yay!

24 Mar 08 - Sasha and Jason reunite in the U.S. :)

31 May 08 - Married

29 Dec 08- Alexander is born

11 Jan 10 - AOS / AP / EAD package sent

19 Jan 10 - AOS NOA1 / AP NOA1 / EAD NOA1

08 Feb 10 - AOS case transferred to CSC

16 Mar 10 - AP received

16 Mar 10 - AOS approved

19 Mar 10 - EAD received

22 Mar 10 - GC received

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my god, what have I done? I seem to have turned a serious question of concern into a weird thread. Sorry all! Just want to get through this horrible process with a little assistance from those who have more knowledge. I'm not sure where to find more info on this waiver. And when it should be submitted. With the 129F? Or will calling them solve this? I just dont want to get half way through this and have someone stop the process for more evidence.

The I-129F form has a question (Part A Q 11) regarding whether you have ever filed for this or any other alien fiance or husband/wife before. This would include previous K-1's, K-3's, DCF's etc... This is when you would adress this issue.


YMMV

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