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Filed: Other Country: Spain
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Hi!

Im new to the forum, Ive been reading a lot in this website and found a lot of useful stuff but there is still some questions we have.

My boyfriend and I have been together for a year and a half, Im from Spain, he is American and we have been visiting each other back and forth in between countries.

We came together into the country on August, I had a B1 visitors visa, wich expired in january. We got married in January, before my visa expired and now that we have come up with the money we are gonna start the paperwork for the adjustment package to get me to be a citizenship.

I have 3 questions!

1. We were told that we need proof that our marriage is bona fide and the easiest thing is to get a conjoined bank account but since my visa expired they need another form of identification aside for my pastport, one that shows that I live in the states. His bank is chase, so my question is, how can I get this form of id, or is it another bank that will make things easier?

2. In the paperwork they ask for his tax return of the last year, but he didnt work at all last year, what should he put in it?

3. Should I get a medical exam and send it with the paperwork or wait until they tell me to get it?

Thank you all so much!!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Moved from AOS/Family Based Visa to AOS/Work, Student, & Tourist Visas; OP has indicated they are adjusting from a B1 visa.

paperwork for the adjustment package to get me to be a citizenship.

If the adjustment application is approved by USCIS, you will become a US Permanent Resident, not a US Citizen.


Our journey:

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September 2007: Met online via social networking site (MySpace); began exchanging messages.
March 26, 2009: We become a couple!
September 10, 2009: Arrived for first meeting in-person!
June 17, 2010: Arrived for second in-person meeting and start of travel together to other areas of China!
June 21, 2010: Engaged!!!
September 1, 2010: Switched course from K1 to CR-1
December 8, 2010: Wedding date set; it will be on February 18, 2011!
February 9, 2011: Depart for China
February 11, 2011: Registered for marriage in Wuhan, officially married!!!
February 18, 2011: Wedding ceremony in Shiyan!!!
April 22, 2011: Mailed I-130 to Chicago
April 28, 2011: Received NOA1 via text/email, file routed to CSC (priority date April 25th)
April 29, 2011: Updated
May 3, 2011: Received NOA1 hardcopy in mail
July 26, 2011: Received NOA2 via text/email!!!
July 30, 2011: Received NOA2 hardcopy in mail
August 8, 2011: NVC received file
September 1, 2011: NVC case number assigned
September 2, 2011: AOS invoice received, OPTIN email for EP sent
September 7, 2011: Paid AOS bill (payment portal showed PAID on September 9, 2011)
September 8, 2011: OPTIN email accepted, GZO number assigned
September 10, 2011: Emailed AOS package
September 12, 2011: IV bill invoiced
September 13, 2011: Paid IV bill (payment portal showed PAID on September 14, 2011)
September 14, 2011: Emailed IV package
October 3, 2011: Emailed checklist response (checklist generated due to typo on Form DS-230)
October 6, 2011: Case complete at NVC
November 10, 2011: Interview - APPROVED!!!
December 7, 2011: POE - Sea-Tac Airport

September 17, 2013: Mailed I-751 to CSC

September 23, 2013: Received NOA1 in mail (receipt date September 19th)

October 16, 2013: Biometrics Appointment

January 28, 2014: Production of new Green Card ordered

February 3, 2014: New Green Card received; done with USCIS until fall of 2023*

 

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Hi!

Im new to the forum, Ive been reading a lot in this website and found a lot of useful stuff but there is still some questions we have.

My boyfriend and I have been together for a year and a half, Im from Spain, he is American and we have been visiting each other back and forth in between countries.

We came together into the country on August, I had a B1 visitors visa, wich expired in january. We got married in January, before my visa expired and now that we have come up with the money we are gonna start the paperwork for the adjustment package to get me to be a citizenship.

I have 3 questions!

1. We were told that we need proof that our marriage is bona fide and the easiest thing is to get a conjoined bank account but since my visa expired they need another form of identification aside for my pastport, one that shows that I live in the states. His bank is chase, so my question is, how can I get this form of id, or is it another bank that will make things easier?

2. In the paperwork they ask for his tax return of the last year, but he didnt work at all last year, what should he put in it?

3. Should I get a medical exam and send it with the paperwork or wait until they tell me to get it?

Thank you all so much!!

I think you mean residency. Are you saying that chase wont allow him to add you to his bank account with your passport as ID? Try another bank, also, having a joint account is NOT the only form of evidence you will need to prepare but once you have submitted your package you will be able to accumulate further evidence.

Are you saying he did no paid work in the year? if so, he will need to explain that in a letter saying so, plus get a joint sponsor as he wont be able to show that he can support you on his own.

Send the medical exam with the paperwork. I know some wait to be asked for it, but you WILL be asked for it, so might as well just do it and be done with it.


03/05/12 (Day 01) Sent package

03/08/12 (Day 03) Package received

03/16/12 (Day 11) Bio Appt recieved

03/17/12 (Day 12) NOA received

03/19/12 (Day 14) Early Bio walk in

03/26/12 (Day 21) RFE notification

03/28/12 (Day 23) RFE returned

04/09/12 (Day 36) Original Bio date

04/20/12 (Day 47) Interview Appt recieved

05/03/12 (Day 60) EAD Approved

05/08/12 (Day 65) 2nd Approval

05/09/12 (Day 66) EAD Mailed

05/10/12 (Day 67) USPS picked up card

05/11/12 (Day 68) EAD in hand

05/23/12 (Day 79) Interview

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Basee gave you all the answers you need. All the best in your journey. Try Bank of Amrerica. They allow you to have a bank account in which you only use the ATM for transactions and you do not need social security.


STANLEY & KAREN
01/15/2009 - Fedex I-130, I-485, I-693, I-864, I-765, G-325A
01/20/2009 - Received in mail-room and signed for by J CHYBA
01/28/2009 - Checks cashed by Homeland Security
02/02/2009 - Received in mail 3 pcs of NOA1 one each for I-485, I-130, I-765 dated 01/28/2009
02/03/2009 - Received email RFE. What did I not send now, whew!
02/09/2009 - Received mails for initial evidence and Biometric appointment (02/19/2009); mailed evidence
02/19/2009 - biometrics done - in a out in 45 minutes
03/14/2009 - Receive NOA2 dated 03/10/2009. AOS interview April 29, 2009
03/18/2009 - Touched. EAD Card production ordered
03/25/2009 - Touched. EAD approval sent
03/27/2009 - EAD card received in the mail; applied for SS# immediately (office is across the street from my home)
04/02/2009 - Received SS# in the mail
04/29/2009 - Interviewed. I- 130 approved, I-485 pending IO's review
05/05/2009 - Received NOA2. Welcome letter for Permanent Residency. I-130 and I-485 approved 04/30/2009
05/08/2009 - Touched. I-485 approval letter sent
05/11/2009 - GC received in the mail. Expires 2019
05/11/2009 - Applied to remove restrictions on my SS Card
05/18/2009 - Received unrestricted SS card

10/13/2009 - My darling husband of 2 yrs 5 months 3 weeks 3 days passed away :(

Naturalization Process (5 Yrs Later) :goofy:

Mar 28, 2014 - Mailed N-400
Apr 08, 2014 - Check cashed
Apr 09, 2014 - Receive Notice letter Priority date April 3, 2014
Apr 11, 2014 - Touched - Email - Biometrics letter mailed
May 08, 2014 - Biometrics done
May 12, 2014 - Touched - Email - In line for interview scheduling
July 12, 2014 - Pre-interview letter (Yellow letter) received in mail
Aug 20, 2014 - Touched - Email - Interview scheduled
Aug 25, 2014 - Interview scheduled for Sept. 24, 2014
Sept 24, 2014 - Passed interview
Oct 06, 2014 - Touched - Email - In oath scheduling que
Oct 08, 2014 - Touched - Text - Oath ceremony scheduled
Oct 14, 2014 - Received letter - Oath ceremony Oct 28, 2014
Oct 28, 2014 - I AM A US CITIZEN! :joy: :joy: :joy:
Nov 12, 2014 - Updated my status from permanent resident to citizen at Social Security
Nov 14, 2014 - Applied for US passport
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Filed: Other Country: Spain
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thank you all so much!!

about the questions Basee:

I think you mean residency. Are you saying that chase wont allow him to add you to his bank account with your passport as ID? Try another bank, also, having a joint account is NOT the only form of evidence you will need to prepare but once you have submitted your package you will be able to accumulate further evidence.

Yes we wanted me to add me into his account. What other avidence will we need? Do I need to have that before I send the paperwork?

Are you saying he did no paid work in the year? if so, he will need to explain that in a letter saying so, plus get a joint sponsor as he wont be able to show that he can support you on his own.

Last year, My husband was in costa rica most of the time, and the time that he did work, which was a couple of months, was under the table, so he doesnt have anything to claim taxes. He started his new job a month ago, we were expecting this was enough to prove he can support me?

I Will try bank of America, thank you

Again, thank you so mcuh for the help!

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The information about evidence of bonafide marriage is all in the instructions for the forms - I would suggest that you take another look at the instructions, as well as the VJ guide for AOS, before sending out your package. It seems you might have missed quite a few things there, and to avoid any unnecessary delays with the application it would be good to double and triple check that you have everything you need.

As mentioned earlier, the medical paperwork HAS TO be sent with the package. It won't move anywhere without it. You need to make an appoitnment with a certified civil surgeon to get the form filled out, and send that in a sealed envelope (which you'll get from the doctor) with the rest of the paperwork.

Regarding evidence, as mentioned, there is a list in the instructions for I-130. Under "What documents do you need to prove family relationship", E-J are all examples of documents you can use to show bonafide marriage. Thse include photos, lease, joint finances (bank accounts, credit cards, joint loans), joint insurance, joint phone plan.. The list goes on and on. Bank accounts are just one type of evidence, but by no means the only type, and also most likely not sufficient without additional proof.

With the affidavit of support, if your husband has only been working in his current job for a few months and can't show he was making income over the poverty limit prior to this job, it is very likely USCIS would request more evidence of adequate income as his current job is new. If he can show he has signed a contraact for a longer period of time, and/or if his monthly income puts his annual income substantially over the minimum requirement, then it might be enough - but if he is making close to the minimum, and he is on a temporary contract, I would personally consider finding a joint sponsor just in case.


Adjustment of Status from F-1 to Legal Permanent Resident

02/11/2011 Married at Manhattan City Hall

03/03/2011 - Day 0 - AOS -package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

03/04/2011 - Day 1 - AOS -package signed for at USCIS

03/09/2011 - Day 6 - E-mail notification received for all petitions

03/10/2011 - Day 7 - Checks cashed

03/11/2011 - Day 8 - NOA 1 received for all 4 forms

03/21/2011 - Day 18 - Biometrics letter received, biometrics scheduled for 04/14/2011

03/31/2011 - Day 28 - Successful walk-in biometrics done

05/12/2011 - Day 70 - EAD Arrived, issued on 05/02

06/14/2011 - Day 103 - E-mail notice: Interview letter mailed, interview scheduled for July 20th

07/20/2011 - Day 139 - Interview at Federal Plaza USCIS location

07/22/2011 - Day 141 - E-mail approval notice received (Card production)

07/27/2011 - Day 146 - 2nd Card Production Email received

07/28/2011 - Day 147 - Post-Decision Activity Email from USCIS

08/04/2011 - Day 154 - Husband returns home from abroad; Welcome Letter and GC have arrived in the mail

("Resident since" date on the GC is 07/20/2011

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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FYI - you don't need to prove a valid visa to Chase bank...they are not INS....you are married to the account holder and you have valid ID.

I was added to my wife's chase account using my Canadian Passport with no visa stamp at all.

Ask to speak to someone higher up and if they have issues ask to see their written policy. Switching banks can be a hassle that you shouldn't have to go through.

Also in regards to the income the instructions indicate that if he did not have to file taxes the previous year you just need to submit a letter explaining that he was not required to do so because he did not meet the income requirements listed on the 1040 instructions for filing income tax. Also include with the letter the printed out 1040 instructions to attach to the letter showing the applicable law that exempts him (in this case the income table).

It doesn't matter how far above the poverty line you are...you either make it or you don't.

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July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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It doesn't matter how far above the poverty line you are...you either make it or you don't.

True and not true. USCIS has discretion in this matter, and even if a sponsor currently has a job that puts him right above the annual minimum income requirement based on his/her monthly income, USCIS has the right to request for more evindence of sufficient finances from the sponsor. For example, in a situation where the sponsor has a fairly new job, cannot show history of making steady income over the minimum requirement, and isn't making substantial amounts over the requirement, USCIS might very well ask for more evidence of sufficient income and more proof that the income will in fact continue on that same level. Personally, I just think it might be a good idea to at least have a joint sponsor lined up in case of an RFE - they only get a limited amount of time to respond to an RFE, and it might be hard to come up with a person who is willing to act as a joint sponsor on a short notice.


Adjustment of Status from F-1 to Legal Permanent Resident

02/11/2011 Married at Manhattan City Hall

03/03/2011 - Day 0 - AOS -package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

03/04/2011 - Day 1 - AOS -package signed for at USCIS

03/09/2011 - Day 6 - E-mail notification received for all petitions

03/10/2011 - Day 7 - Checks cashed

03/11/2011 - Day 8 - NOA 1 received for all 4 forms

03/21/2011 - Day 18 - Biometrics letter received, biometrics scheduled for 04/14/2011

03/31/2011 - Day 28 - Successful walk-in biometrics done

05/12/2011 - Day 70 - EAD Arrived, issued on 05/02

06/14/2011 - Day 103 - E-mail notice: Interview letter mailed, interview scheduled for July 20th

07/20/2011 - Day 139 - Interview at Federal Plaza USCIS location

07/22/2011 - Day 141 - E-mail approval notice received (Card production)

07/27/2011 - Day 146 - 2nd Card Production Email received

07/28/2011 - Day 147 - Post-Decision Activity Email from USCIS

08/04/2011 - Day 154 - Husband returns home from abroad; Welcome Letter and GC have arrived in the mail

("Resident since" date on the GC is 07/20/2011

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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I just think it might be a good idea to at least have a joint sponsor lined up in case of an RFE - they only get a limited amount of time to respond to an RFE, and it might be hard to come up with a person who is willing to act as a joint sponsor on a short notice.

Sounds like decent advice...it certainly can never hurt to have someone prepared.


July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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Filed: Other Country: Spain
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Thank you all so much for your help!!

We have another sponsor, his parents are gonna be a joint sponsor for us, his mom worked for the goverment for basically all her career and retired last year, that would be enought right??

Im having trouble finding a cheap civil surgeon near Santa Rosa, California, they all want in between $200 and $1000 and a really dont have that kind of money after all the fees.

Also I had a question. i have no real record of my vaccines, I know i have them all, but i had them when i was a child and i dont think there is a real record back in spain, I obviously didnt have to put any before coming here, so what should I do?? thank you!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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If you have no record than you don't have any option but to find the $200 to get it done...

That's actually fairly reasonable...$1000 on the other hand is ridiculous.

Borrow it if you have to...sell something...find a way, it's mandatory,


July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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The doctor can also do an antibody titer test to check the level of antibodies in your blood against a particular disease. I have no idea if this would be cheaper than just getting the vaccinations, but you can definitely ask the civil surgeon.

I agree with jdh, $1,000 is ridiculous. I had my check done in NYC and paid $180. I didn't have to get any vaccinations, but even with vaccinations I don't think the fee for the medical should run over $500.


Adjustment of Status from F-1 to Legal Permanent Resident

02/11/2011 Married at Manhattan City Hall

03/03/2011 - Day 0 - AOS -package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

03/04/2011 - Day 1 - AOS -package signed for at USCIS

03/09/2011 - Day 6 - E-mail notification received for all petitions

03/10/2011 - Day 7 - Checks cashed

03/11/2011 - Day 8 - NOA 1 received for all 4 forms

03/21/2011 - Day 18 - Biometrics letter received, biometrics scheduled for 04/14/2011

03/31/2011 - Day 28 - Successful walk-in biometrics done

05/12/2011 - Day 70 - EAD Arrived, issued on 05/02

06/14/2011 - Day 103 - E-mail notice: Interview letter mailed, interview scheduled for July 20th

07/20/2011 - Day 139 - Interview at Federal Plaza USCIS location

07/22/2011 - Day 141 - E-mail approval notice received (Card production)

07/27/2011 - Day 146 - 2nd Card Production Email received

07/28/2011 - Day 147 - Post-Decision Activity Email from USCIS

08/04/2011 - Day 154 - Husband returns home from abroad; Welcome Letter and GC have arrived in the mail

("Resident since" date on the GC is 07/20/2011

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Kenya
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My vaccination stuff cost me $165. That included $40 for a titer for chicken pox that I should have skipped all together since I ended up not paying for my varicella shots anyway. Note: since I didn't have any of my vaccination records, I pretty much got all of them...again -- for FREE at the health dept. Say amen to grants towards students with "little to no income." I did calculate what it would have cost me had I received all my shots from the clinic doing the physical. It would have been around $700.


AOS TIMELINE (adjusting from F-1)


  • 06/24/2011 Wedding
  • 02/27/2012 Day 01 Filed AOS packet for (I-130, I-485 & I-765)
  • 02/29/2012 Day 03 Packet received @ Chicago lockbox (signed by "D Colonna")
  • 03/01/2012 Day 04 USCIS officially receives I-130 & I-765 paperwork according to their site.
  • 03/05/2012 Day 07 USCIS Acceptance (email) notification "NOA1" routed to NBC for processing.
  • 03/08/2012 Day 10 Checks cashed by USCIS.
  • 03/09/2012 Day 11 Received biometrics appointment letter; (appt. date= 03/27/2012)
  • 03/12/2012 Day 14 Hard copies (NOA1) received.
  • 03/15/2012 Day 17 RFE (requesting initial evidence) for I-485 sent (USCIS site.)
  • 03/20/2012 Day 22 RFE received (I-864 tax supporting evidence required for both petitioner + sole joint sponsor)
  • 03/27/2012 Day 29 Biometrics appointment @ local USCIS office successful. I-485 RFE responded to.
  • 04/03/2012 Day 36 USPS delivers on 3/29; USCIS officially receives RFE response (RFE Response Review)
  • 04/16/2012 Day 49 EAD approved email! Card production ordered.
  • 04/25/2012 Day 58 EAD card in hand; Get my new job on same day! smile.png
  • 04/27/2012 Day 60 USCIS mails notice for AOS interview
  • 06/01/2012 Day 95 AOS Interview (no decision)
  • 06/20/2013 Day 479 Still in limbo...waiting. sad.png (Reapplied for 2nd EAD and was approved tho)
  • 07/17/2014 Day 871 I130/I485 AOS approved.
  • 07/25/2014 Day 889 10 yr GC in hand! :)

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Also I had a question. i have no real record of my vaccines, I know i have them all, but i had them when i was a child and i dont think there is a real record back in spain, I obviously didnt have to put any before coming here, so what should I do?? thank you!

You'll have to do them which will be another at least $200 in addition to the exam.

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You'll have to do them which will be another at least $200 in addition to the exam.

That is not necessarily true. This is not regulated and is dependent upon doctor and location...some of them include the cost of all the vaccines in their quote, some include all but one or two and some include none...

Just ask before you book.


July 2005 - met my awesome, hot, amazing love in Lousiana.
July 2006 - Married said love and moved to Canada.
June 2011 - Entered US to visit family, decided to stay.
Feb. 2012 - Sent paperwork to Chicago.

May 2012 - Received green card.

Day 0 - Package sent to Chicago Lockbox - 02/27/2012
Day 2 - UPS Tracking Confirmation - 02/29/2012
Day 4 - NOA Emails Received - 03/02/2012
Day 7 - All Checks Cashed - 03/05/2012
Day 11 - Hard Copy NOA's Received - 03/09/2012
Day 11 - Biometrics Appointment Received - 03/09/2012
--------- - Booked for - 04/03/2012 (day 36)
Day 35 - Early Biometricts Walk-in - 04/02/2012
Day 44 - Received Appointment Letter - 04/11/2012
Day 58 - EAD Approval Online - 04/25/2012
Day 63 - EAD in the mail - 04/30/2012
Day 65 - EAD in hand - 05/02/2012
Day 77 - AOS Interview - 05/14/2012
Day 77 - AOS Approved!
Day 84 - Green Card In Hand - 05/21/2012

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