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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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Hello everyone, any advice or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I am enrolling as a student this summer and my classes begin in latter May of this year and my school is requesting documents from my husband in order to continue processing my financial aid. I am in serious need of documentation from my husband's embassy (Nigerian) stating that he did not file taxes in the year of 2011 because he is unemployed and an international student in Malaysia. He has submitted all the required documents to his school and the Nigerian Embassy. However, the University where he's attending has given him documents to verify that he is an actively enrolled student there in Malaysia, but the Nigerian Embassy is refusing to help him with the rest. We are considering another route such as, the commissioner of oath to issue a sworn affidavit but not sure if this is the route we should take. We would like to know what are some other options before proceeding? Thanks in advance.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello everyone, any advice or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I am enrolling as a student this summer and my classes begin in latter May of this year and my school is requesting documents from my husband in order to continue processing my financial aid. I am in serious need of documentation from my husband's embassy (Nigerian) stating that he did not file taxes in the year of 2011 because he is unemployed and an international student in Malaysia. He has submitted all the required documents to his school and the Nigerian Embassy. However, the University where he's attending has given him documents to verify that he is an actively enrolled student there in Malaysia, but the Nigerian Embassy is refusing to help him with the rest. We are considering another route such as, the commissioner of oath to issue a sworn affidavit but not sure if this is the route we should take. We would like to know what are some other options before proceeding? Thanks in advance.

I'm confused. How is this related to adjustment of status, or to US immigration in general?


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I'm confused. How is this related to adjustment of status, or to US immigration in general?

Perhaps the poster is residing in the US?


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