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The (sponsor/joint sponsor) has not provided proof of U.S. domicile.

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Hi all.

Both beneficiary and sponsor live in Australia...making our application for CR1 visa from Australia

For our first RFE we called the NVC and asked them what was missing from the AOS packet all they told us was we needed to open a bank account in the US and provide a statement which is excactly what we did! providing the following + extra:

1. Voting registration card along with recent federal election vote email.

2. US bank account statement

3. Residential Agreement Contract for where we will be living in the US.

4. School correspondance where our child is to attend.

5. Steps taken to sell up all assets in Australia and make plans in the US.

6. Letter from sponsor stateing our intentions to move to the US.

NOW:

This is the second time we have received an RFE letter...very simular check list only differance is (sponsor/joint sponsor)where as the last one on had (sponsor)

[[x] The (sponsor/joint sponsor) has not provided proof of U.S. domicile.]

Not sure what else they are after!! BLOOD??? VERY FRUSTRATING

This was also in the letter so not sure what it means?

{You will be notified when an interview has been set. Do not contact

post regarding your interview date until you have been notified}

If anyone can suggest or assist with what we may be doing wrong that would be much appreceiated.

Mike & Bec

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Hi all.

Both beneficiary and sponsor live in Australia...making our application for CR1 visa from Australia

For our first RFE we called the NVC and asked them what was missing from the AOS packet all they told us was we needed to open a bank account in the US and provide a statement which is excactly what we did! providing the following + extra:

1. Voting registration card along with recent federal election vote email.

2. US bank account statement

3. Residential Agreement Contract for where we will be living in the US.

4. School correspondance where our child is to attend.

5. Steps taken to sell up all assets in Australia and make plans in the US.

6. Letter from sponsor stateing our intentions to move to the US.

NOW:

This is the second time we have received an RFE letter...very simular check list only differance is (sponsor/joint sponsor)where as the last one on had (sponsor)

[[x] The (sponsor/joint sponsor) has not provided proof of U.S. domicile.]

Not sure what else they are after!! BLOOD??? VERY FRUSTRATING

This was also in the letter so not sure what it means?

{You will be notified when an interview has been set. Do not contact

post regarding your interview date until you have been notified}

If anyone can suggest or assist with what we may be doing wrong that would be much appreceiated.

Mike & Bec

did u also send proof of your co-sponsors US domicile? They have to live in the US.And US Citizenship or if they r LPR that proof.

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did u also send proof of your co-sponsors US domicile? They have to live in the US.And US Citizenship or if they r LPR that proof.

Yes sent co-sponsors US biograthics page of their passport, this was in the original packet....maybe i should send again? and add further documents of co-sponsors domicile? what is LPR?

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When they say Domicile it means where you specifically live. Like an address. Not just "the USA". Providing someone's bio page of their US passport does not prove that that person lives in the US currently. If someone has thier US Passport, then they are free to live wherever they want (assuming the other country allows them to live there).

Send in a copy of the joint sponsor's driver's license with their current residence address and anything else to prove the US address of the sponsor.


HUSBAND'S CASE

9/17/2011 - sent I-13

09/19/2011 - noa1 received

3/16/2012 - case sent to my local USCIS office for additional processing

4/21/2012 - AP. If we haven't heard from them in SIX MONTHS (omg) we can feel free to call them!!! Thanks!

9/20/2012 - Interview scheduled - October 3!!!!

10/3/2012 - Interview went well but she must look at his A-file more before decision.

10/12/2012 - I-130 APPROVED! APPROVED! APPROVED!

KIDS' CASES

04/20/2012: NOA107/20/2012: instead of an approval, we got thrown into AP. sigh

11/01/2012: Boys' I-130 interview set for November 28, 2012.

11/28/2012: I-130s APPROVED! APPROVED! APPROVED!

NVC

12/14/2012: NVC Received

12/31/2012: Case number/IIN

12/31/2012: DS-3032 sent

01/08/2013: DS-3032 accepted

01/02/2013: AOS bill0

1/03/2013: AOS bill shows PAID

01/04/2013: AOS package sent

01/09/2013: IV bill

01/10/2013: IV bill shows PAID

01/11/2013: IV package sent

01/23/2013: Case complete

02/01/2013: Interview scheduled

US Embassy Lagos

02/22/2013: Embassy received

03/01/2013: Medical

03/20/2013: Interview - was told the boys would have been approved on the spot if they had pics! Errrr :-(

04/15/2013: DNA test

05/15/2013: Emailed embassy BEGGING them to let boys drop off passports for visa insertion. IT WORKED!!!

05/31/2013: Visa in hand

06/02/2013: POE JFK!!!!!!

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I would send current bills, lease or mortgage statement, drivers license, and/or bank statements that show the person lives at a particular address in the USA.

Lpr is legal permanent resident.

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When they say Domicile it means where you specifically live. Like an address. Not just "the USA". Providing someone's bio page of their US passport does not prove that that person lives in the US currently. If someone has thier US Passport, then they are free to live wherever they want (assuming the other country allows them to live there).

Send in a copy of the joint sponsor's driver's license with their current residence address and anything else to prove the US address of the sponsor.

thank you. i have asked joint sponsor for all this information.

I would send current bills, lease or mortgage statement, drivers license, and/or bank statements that show the person lives at a particular address in the USA.

Lpr is legal permanent resident.

thank you kindly

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