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My husband has student loan debt, and I was wondering if anyone has had their process blocked because of debt. He'll pay it back once he's finished his degree, but I was wondering if this has ever caused problems for people. Thanks.


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07/30/2012 - I-130 Sent
07/31/2012 - NOA1 Received (Petition sent to the dreaded VSC, rec'd by mail 08/17/2012)
03/22/2013 - RFE Received (email, rec'd RFE by mail 3/25)
03/26/2013 - Reply to RFE sent
04/03/2013 - NOA2 Received

NVC:
04/08/2013 - Case arrived at NVC
04/19/2013 - Received case #, IIN, gave e-mail addresses
04/19/2013- OPTIN Email Sent for EP
04/23/2013- DS-261 Sent
04/24/2013 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID
04/25/2013- OPTIN Email Accepted
05/01/2013 - AOS bill appears as PAID
04/30/2013 - AOS Package sent
05/03/2013 - AOS/I-864 accepted
05/07/2013 - IV bill invoiced & PAID
05/09/2013 - IV bill appears as PAID
05/09/2013 - IV Package sent
05/22/2013 - Case Complete
07/09/2013 - Interview date

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My husband has student loan debt, and I was wondering if anyone has had their process blocked because of debt. He'll pay it back once he's finished his degree, but I was wondering if this has ever caused problems for people. Thanks.

Dear this is America. If debt was an issue probably 99% of us would be crying cuz we couldn't get our love ones here. I have student loans glaore and even owe the Treasury for flying me home from my husbands country. All no matter at all.


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Yup, personally I am under $40k in student loans. They only care about the petitioners ability to take care of their significant other. As long as he makes enough to support you, or you have a sponsor, you two will be fine. Oh and even with a green card, permanent residence card, or you become an American citizen, you aren't truly American until you get yourself some debt! :dance:

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I have my self a student loan debt of 100K+ plus house, car, credit cards.... :)

So don't worry about that you will be fine.


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Yup, personally I am under $40k in student loans. They only care about the petitioners ability to take care of their significant other. As long as he makes enough to support you, or you have a sponsor, you two will be fine. Oh and even with a green card, permanent residence card, or you become an American citizen, you aren't truly American until you get yourself some debt! :dance:

LOL so true about the debt. And yikes. I have a $4000 sudent loan that through the years and default and job loss and all that is now $18000. Unreal. It never goes away it just grows. I guess we are real americans.


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From now on your VJ Member name will be verified. If the name you put on form to be added to spreadsheet comes up not found, you will not be added to the spreadsheet. If you don't have a timeline you will not be added to the spreadsheet.
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Case-Complete-to-Interview-January-2019/

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Okay, that was what I figured. I'm lucky enough that I got through school without debt, and from my end I have no problem meeting their 125% requirement. Just wanted to make sure that they wouldn't hold it against him, since there are different standards for citizens and for those trying to enter. :thumbs:


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USCIS:
07/30/2012 - I-130 Sent
07/31/2012 - NOA1 Received (Petition sent to the dreaded VSC, rec'd by mail 08/17/2012)
03/22/2013 - RFE Received (email, rec'd RFE by mail 3/25)
03/26/2013 - Reply to RFE sent
04/03/2013 - NOA2 Received

NVC:
04/08/2013 - Case arrived at NVC
04/19/2013 - Received case #, IIN, gave e-mail addresses
04/19/2013- OPTIN Email Sent for EP
04/23/2013- DS-261 Sent
04/24/2013 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID
04/25/2013- OPTIN Email Accepted
05/01/2013 - AOS bill appears as PAID
04/30/2013 - AOS Package sent
05/03/2013 - AOS/I-864 accepted
05/07/2013 - IV bill invoiced & PAID
05/09/2013 - IV bill appears as PAID
05/09/2013 - IV Package sent
05/22/2013 - Case Complete
07/09/2013 - Interview date

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It's not possible to live in the States without racking up some debt. But there is acceptable debt (house, car, student loans) and unacceptable (credit cards, personal loans, loans from bookies). Fortunately I'm completely debt free. It's quite nice not owing anyone so much as a dime. Although, I'll soon be $75,000 in debt when we purchase our house...ouch. :wacko:

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