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Some quick questions on AOS

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Hello, some quick questions on AOS. I appreciate any help.

1. I will not be employed while I file AOS due to the graduate program that I will be attending and its intensity. I will be living through some student loans and savings. My father will be our joint sponsor as he makes sufficient income to sponsor all of us. Will this raise any red flags that I, the petitioner, won't be working for a while eventhough my father will have enough?

2. I'm moving to New York for about 2 years because of school next week, but we would like to get married in Kansas as I am a resident of Kansas and that's where my family is. Does the state of residence matter in this case? So he will be in NY also at the time we file for AOS. Will AOS process him as a resident of KS or NY? Does it matter? What about where to do his biometrics -- KS/NY?

3. Approximately how early should we schedule a date with the court to get married and get our marriage certificate? My fiance won't be arriving until November, so I was hoping to do this sometime during late December or early January.

Thank you!

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They will process the AoS at the location your spouse gives as their address. Well it will be at NBC but may go to a field office near where you say you are.

Be aware that you as the USC are not the petitioner for anything anymore, it's your spouses application not yours.

You just provide the affadavit of support plus the one from your father.

So the address your spouse should give is the one where they're going to be, this will determine their bio appt location. Plus that where all the mail will go, do you really want all the mail to go to Kansas when you are both in NY?

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