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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Poland
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I posted a similar post but I guess it was in the wrong spot.

I hope I can get some information from members who have been through the Embassy in Warsaw. My husband and I are going through the lasts steps at NVC with CR1. I appreciate any previous response from people who mentioned that Warsaw and the process there were painless.

My question is related to the AOS packet. My current year salary stated about $23,000 (I have a regular job, and I have also been self-employed since April 2012). My AOS packet was accepted by NVC; however, I'm not sure how they look at the income during the interview in Warsaw. Are they very strict? 23k is above the poverty line but is there a possibility to be asked for a joint sponsor? (I may have my husband bring joint sponsor papers just in case)

I know it may not be much related but when my husband applied for a tourist visa in June and showed he makes about $2,000 a month in Netherlands, he heard that it is not enough to come to US, and he got denied a tourist visa.

Thanks in advance.


Impatient - my second name :)

USCIS:

9 June 2012 - MARRIED <3

28 June 2012 - I-130 sent

6 July 2012 - NOA1

14 August 2012 - Medical exam

10 Sept 2012 - USCIS approved!!

NVC:

20 Sept 2012 - NVC received

21 Sept 2012 - Case# & IIN received

24 Sept 2012 - DS-3032 e-mailed

26 Sept 2012 - AOS bill invoiced/payment sent

27 Sept 2012 - AOS bill shows PAID

28 Sept 2012 - AOS packet sent

01 Oct 2012 - AOS packet received by NVC

05 Oct 2012 - DS-3032 accepted

09 Oct 2012 - AOS packet reviewed/accepted

09 Oct 2012 - IV bill invoiced/payment sent

10 Oct 2012 - IV packet sent

11 Oct 2012 - IV bill shows PAID

11 Oct 2012 - IV packet received by NVC

22 Oct 2012 - IV packet reviewed/accepted

22 Oct 2012 - case complete

26 Oct 2012 - NVC e-mail of case complete

05 Nov 2012 - interview scheduled

Embassy:

12 Dec 2012 - interview in Warsaw, Poland-APPROVED!

13 Dec 2012 - visa in hand

16 Dec 2012 - POE

26 Dec 2012 - SSC received in mail

7 Jan 2013 - GC arrived in mail

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Poland
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You are working/living in Poland right now or the US?

I'm in the US.


Impatient - my second name :)

USCIS:

9 June 2012 - MARRIED <3

28 June 2012 - I-130 sent

6 July 2012 - NOA1

14 August 2012 - Medical exam

10 Sept 2012 - USCIS approved!!

NVC:

20 Sept 2012 - NVC received

21 Sept 2012 - Case# & IIN received

24 Sept 2012 - DS-3032 e-mailed

26 Sept 2012 - AOS bill invoiced/payment sent

27 Sept 2012 - AOS bill shows PAID

28 Sept 2012 - AOS packet sent

01 Oct 2012 - AOS packet received by NVC

05 Oct 2012 - DS-3032 accepted

09 Oct 2012 - AOS packet reviewed/accepted

09 Oct 2012 - IV bill invoiced/payment sent

10 Oct 2012 - IV packet sent

11 Oct 2012 - IV bill shows PAID

11 Oct 2012 - IV packet received by NVC

22 Oct 2012 - IV packet reviewed/accepted

22 Oct 2012 - case complete

26 Oct 2012 - NVC e-mail of case complete

05 Nov 2012 - interview scheduled

Embassy:

12 Dec 2012 - interview in Warsaw, Poland-APPROVED!

13 Dec 2012 - visa in hand

16 Dec 2012 - POE

26 Dec 2012 - SSC received in mail

7 Jan 2013 - GC arrived in mail

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belarus
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I posted a similar post but I guess it was in the wrong spot.

I hope I can get some information from members who have been through the Embassy in Warsaw. My husband and I are going through the lasts steps at NVC with CR1. I appreciate any previous response from people who mentioned that Warsaw and the process there were painless.

My question is related to the AOS packet. My current year salary stated about $23,000 (I have a regular job, and I have also been self-employed since April 2012). My AOS packet was accepted by NVC; however, I'm not sure how they look at the income during the interview in Warsaw. Are they very strict? 23k is above the poverty line but is there a possibility to be asked for a joint sponsor? (I may have my husband bring joint sponsor papers just in case)

I know it may not be much related but when my husband applied for a tourist visa in June and showed he makes about $2,000 a month in Netherlands, he heard that it is not enough to come to US, and he got denied a tourist visa.

Thanks in advance.

tourist visas are different, in order to get one he must prove he will return home, if he is only making 2000 dollars, doesn't have anything that will bring him back, a good job, a home, family, then yes he will get denied.

without getting personal, you make 23,000 at work, How much does your business bring in?

I wouldn't worry, you would have gotten a RFE about income

also I looked the income level is 18,913 for two, again don't want to get personal but if is just the two of you then as long as you make 18,914[/b, you are ok

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