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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Vietnam
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We have been living in Vietnam in the last 8 years and just came back to the US, decided to stay and I am preparing my AOS documents.

However, my husband is still looking for job (he is US citizen), there are potentials lining up but we dont want to wast our time waiting to the job to finalize cause my visa is expired in feb 2015. So we think to use the assets (savings account, bonds) to fill I-864. But how much is enough and will they turn us down just using assets? I understand the stable income will be preferable but it's not an option for us now. And I am afraid the holidays will take out some days and make the process slower so just want to file in asap.


13 Nov '14: Package sent to USCIS (I-485,I-130,I-131 & I-765)

24 Nov '14: I-797C Notice of Action received

1 Dec '14: ASC Appointment Notice received.

11 Dec '14: ASC done

..waiting since then..

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