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Greentree ********* Corporation

Painters Mill Executive Park

** Painters **** Road, Suite ***

********, ** ******

Date:

To Whom It May Concern:

Andrew ***** ******* has been an employee of Greentree ******* Corporation since April 26, 2004, a total of over two and a half years, He has a full-time position as a Loan Specialist. His earned wages have averaged $**,758.34 per year with a gross of $**,489.00 in 2005. This position is permanent, and Andrew’s prospects for performance-based advancement and wage increases are excellent. He will always have a position within our company and we’re truly glad to have him as a trusted employee.

If you should have any questions please feel free to contact me at 1(800) ***-****

Very truly yours,

Joel ***

President

Greentree ******* Corporation


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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I think it's great and it has all the information you need there. Did the president of the company you work for really write "He'll always have a position in our company?"


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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I think it's great and it has all the information you need there. Did the president of the company you work for really write "He'll always have a position in our company?"

no, I wrote the whole thing. He just signs it.

Should I change it to "Andrew will always have"?


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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I think it's great and it has all the information you need there. Did the president of the company you work for really write "He'll always have a position in our company?"

no, I wrote the whole thing. He just signs it.

Should I change it to "Andrew will always have"?

Aaaah. I don't think he'll say that you will always have a position there because there is no way you know that. Do you agree? I'd rewrite it like this:

Andrew ***** ******* has been a trusted employee of Greentree ******* Corporation since April 26, 2004, a total of over two and a half years, He has a full-time position as a Loan Specialist. His earned wages have averaged $**,758.34 per year with a gross of $**,489.00 in 2005. This position is permanent, and Andrew’s prospects for performance-based advancement and wage increases are excellent.

What do you think?


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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I think it's great and it has all the information you need there. Did the president of the company you work for really write "He'll always have a position in our company?"

no, I wrote the whole thing. He just signs it.

Should I change it to "Andrew will always have"?

Aaaah. I don't think he'll say that you will always have a position there because there is no way you know that. Do you agree? I'd rewrite it like this:

Andrew ***** ******* has been a trusted employee of Greentree ******* Corporation since April 26, 2004, a total of over two and a half years, He has a full-time position as a Loan Specialist. His earned wages have averaged $**,758.34 per year with a gross of $**,489.00 in 2005. This position is permanent, and Andrew’s prospects for performance-based advancement and wage increases are excellent.

What do you think?

yeah! that looks good.

I'm preparing all this information with dates most likely 2 months before her interview. I'm leaving on October 13th to go and spend time with her until her interview, which I'll be attending. Do you think this will be a problem?

Edited by AndyMisiu

06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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yeah! that looks good.

I'm preparing all this information with dates most likely 2 months before her interview. I'm leaving on October 13th to go and spend time with her until her interview, which I'll be attending. Do you think this will be a problem?

I don't know. I've contacted the consulate in Rio to know how long I-134 and the supporting documents were good for and they said "a year" - but I've heard that some other embassies/consulates will say 3-5 months. But then again, I had them dated a month or so before the interview. Why don't you contact Poland and ask them? And... are there any other VJers going through Poland? Have you tried the regional forum? At this stage, getting input from them would be important.

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I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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yeah! that looks good.

I'm preparing all this information with dates most likely 2 months before her interview. I'm leaving on October 13th to go and spend time with her until her interview, which I'll be attending. Do you think this will be a problem?

I don't know. I've contacted the consulate in Rio to know how long I-134 and the supporting documents were good for and they said "a year" - but I've heard that some other embassies/consulates will say 3-5 months. But then again, I had them dated a month or so before the interview. Why don't you contact Poland and ask them? And... are there any other VJers going through Poland? Have you tried the regional forum? At this stage, getting input from them would be important.

It's been suggested that I go to the regional forum before, maybe I'll take the advice this time. I just don't think that there are many going through the same Embassy. I know of 2 people who have been helping me through PM's. I'll try. Thanks Mew.


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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For clarification of all reading this thread, the employment letter needn't make any references to job stability. It only need state the job is permanent - or full time - or part time - or whatever the actual deal is!

If you are paid hourly, it should state the number of hours per week and the wage rate. Salary should be stated by the monthly rate. A summation of the annual earnings such as Andy did is also relevant.

Most employers these days would be unwilling to sign any type of statement as to future job retention. Many have written policy against such. But that's not an issue for your approval - the consulates just need to know the pertinent facts.

As we've got a small discussion here about regional differences - they are important! Some consulates in third world countries or high-fraud posts are more particular about the financial picture of the petitioner. In those cases the more data, the more assets, and more stable the petitioners finances, the better. Knowing your consulate is always a proactive thing to do.

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