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Why are we doing this IR-1/CR-1?

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I am a foreigner and I married a USC whose family was in the US for many generations. people just find who they want to marry.

also since ur on a forum dedicated to international marriages obviously you are going to find people who marry internationally.


2006 - Entered US on F-1
2009 - COS to H-1
2011 - Married USC

Conditional GC Process:
04/2012 - Concurrent I-130 petition / I-485 AOS / I-765 EAD / I-131 AP sent
35 days to biometrics, 73 days to EAD/AP combo card, 85 days to interview, 96 days to Conditional Green Card

04/2014 - Eligible for ROC

06/2014 - I-751 package filing joint with spouse sent

5 days to extension,37 days to biometrics, 172 days to CSC transfer, 247 days to Green Card

04/2015 - Eligible for Citizenship

09/2015 - N-400 package filing on basis of USC spouse sent

29 days to biometrics, 105 days to interview, 147 days to oath and US citizenship

~ 9 years and 6 months from first entry to US citizenship

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Russia
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some people specifically look outside of the US lol.. they are not satisfied with "american made" products ahah.. no. just kidding, but i wonder if anyone has ever married someone out of country, then divorced and then finally married an american..?


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some people specifically look outside of the US lol.. they are not satisfied with "american made" products ahah.. no. just kidding, but i wonder if anyone has ever married someone out of country, then divorced and then finally married an american..?

Many people when they get to US they change!


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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:unsure: I found mine not from my native country.I love America :thumbs: It's my country but never found someone here for me.I was raised with very strict Sicilian father and my mother from napoli.Because your born in a country doesn't mean the love of your life is there :lol: he or she can be on the other side of the world :thumbs: That's when the Journey begins


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:unsure: I found mine not from my native country.I love America :thumbs: It's my country but never found someone here for me.I was raised with very strict Sicilian father and my mother from napoli.Because your born in a country doesn't mean the love of your life is there :lol: he or she can be on the other side of the world :thumbs: That's when the Journey begins

Yeah I know there are people who are from Spain and are USC and found their wife/husband in Italy! The point here I am trying to make is why we did not find it here in the US even from the same country :devil:


Finally we all three together. We are happy :)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Yeah I know there are people who are from Spain and are USC and found their wife/husband in Italy! The point here I am trying to make is why we did not find it here in the US even from the same country :devil:

:devil: I got that


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Yeah I know there are people who are from Spain and are USC and found their wife/husband in Italy! The point here I am trying to make is why we did not find it here in the US even from the same country :devil:

a lot of times they simply weren't looking hard enough lol


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a lot of times they simply weren't looking hard enough lol

Lol or maybe no social life here, just work and work and on a vacation we meet our love or facebook gets involved!!! lol


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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HELLO PEOPLE :) I WAS WONDERING WHY MOST OF US HAVE FOUND THE LOVE OF OUR LIFE IN OUR NATIVE COUNTRY? WHY WE WERE NOT ABLE TO FIND IT IN THE US? :lol::no:

define 'native country' please? tia !


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Google it ? Sure !


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Each persons case will be different but for me I have to spend this stage of my life with someone from my culture/tribe, same language, core values, etc, besides, have you seen Yoruba Women? Hawtness (F)

To get to your question, yes as such is available here but Nigeria is such a hard place to get a visa from that most ladies, the traditional ones that I am ONLY interested in, from my tribe that are already here are mostly married, or have lived here for donkey years already so they have lost that traditionalism that I crave, etc.

PS: I was married for 13 years or so to a USC (British originally) and we have 4 kids. So been there, done that, have the divorce decree :whistle:

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Each persons case will be different but for me I have to spend this stage of my life with someone from my culture/tribe, same language, core values, etc, besides, have you seen Yoruba Women? Hawtness (F)

To get to your question, yes as such is available here but Nigeria is such a hard place to get a visa from that most ladies, the traditional ones that I am ONLY interested in, from my tribe that are already here are mostly married, or have lived here for donkey years already so they have lost that traditionalism that I crave, etc.

PS: I was married for 13 years or so to a USC (British originally) and we have 4 kids. So been there, done that, have the divorce decree :whistle:

Good! Yeah every person has a different story!


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