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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Afghanistan
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Hi everyone,

My husband's interview is on November 18th. This is a checklist of what I plan on bringing:

  • Interview Letter
  • NoA1 for 485
  • All NoAs for AoS
  • Employment Authorization Card
  • SSN (Mine and my husband's)
  • Birth Certificates (both of ours)
    • Plus his English Translation
  • Marriage Certificate (certified copy)
    • Plus additional copy
  • Passport (both of ours)
    • Plus copies of bio pages
    • Plus copy of Husband's K-1 VISA
  • 2013 Taxes
    • Sister-in-law (co-sponsor)
      • 2013 irs tax trascript
      • 2 or 3 months of pay stubs
    • Me (the Wife)
      • 2013 irs tax transcript
      • No pay stubs(unemployed)
  • Copy of Husband's Vaccination Sheet
  • A copy of our AoS packet that we sent in originally
  • Extras:
    • Bank statements:

      Pictures:

      Journal:

      • Joint Account from Bank of America
      • Credit Card with him as an authorized user from Bank of America (2 different credit cards)
        • It could only be authorized because he had no credit history, so the bank said it was a good way to build credit for him
      • Credit Card with him as an authorized user from Chase
        • It could only be authorized because he had no credit history, so the bank said it was a good way to build credit for him
      • Many, many pictures from dates, family events, Religious Holidays, and marriage ceremony
      • Pictures from my trip to pick him up and bring him to the US
        • Family pictures, dates, etc.
      • Detailed, documented journal of all my experiences since Jan 2013
  • Do I have to bring anything else in that's signed? I read in some places they bring in signed i-864(We already turned those in with the packet we sent originally,) and g-325a(sent those in already too.)

I am still an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley. Due to this, we still live with my parents and I do not have a job. So I cannot apply for any joint insurance yet. We also do not have a lease or any utilities because my parents pay for everything. They are kind enough to give us a head start in life. I am graduating this December and we plan on moving out right away. I also have job interviews set up in December. So until then I won't have anything of that nature. This is what I am worried about? Will it be okay?

Also, we only had a marriage ceremony with our elder family members because truth be told we are not rich and simply can't afford one. If we want can we throw a party later on? Like a grad party combo lol

BTW by the time our interview takes place we will only have been married for 4 MONTHS.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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For our AOS interview we took the instructions on the AOS interview letter quite literally. We took every piece of paper that we had accumulated thus far in our immigration journey to our AOS interview. It would be sad to receive a RFE for a piece of evidence that we could have brought along, but didn't. The IO asked to see some of our initial photos and my divorce decree. Those had been submitted at the I-129F visa petition phase of our journey.

Good luck on your immigration journey.

Edited by A&B

Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

 

 

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
Timeline

Hi everyone,

My husband's interview is on November 18th. This is a checklist of what I plan on bringing:

  • Interview Letter
  • NoA1 for 485
  • All NoAs for AoS
  • Employment Authorization Card
  • SSN (Mine and my husband's)
  • Birth Certificates (both of ours)
    • Plus his English Translation
  • Marriage Certificate (certified copy)
    • Plus additional copy
  • Passport (both of ours)
    • Plus copies of bio pages
    • Plus copy of Husband's K-1 VISA
  • 2013 Taxes
    • Sister-in-law (co-sponsor)
      • 2013 irs tax trascript
      • 2 or 3 months of pay stubs
    • Me (the Wife)
      • 2013 irs tax transcript
      • No pay stubs(unemployed)
  • Copy of Husband's Vaccination Sheet
  • A copy of our AoS packet that we sent in originally
  • Extras:
    • Bank statements:

      Pictures:

      Journal:

      • Joint Account from Bank of America
      • Credit Card with him as an authorized user from Bank of America (2 different credit cards)
        • It could only be authorized because he had no credit history, so the bank said it was a good way to build credit for him
      • Credit Card with him as an authorized user from Chase
        • It could only be authorized because he had no credit history, so the bank said it was a good way to build credit for him
      • Many, many pictures from dates, family events, Religious Holidays, and marriage ceremony
      • Pictures from my trip to pick him up and bring him to the US
        • Family pictures, dates, etc.
      • Detailed, documented journal of all my experiences since Jan 2013
  • Do I have to bring anything else in that's signed? I read in some places they bring in signed i-864(We already turned those in with the packet we sent originally,) and g-325a(sent those in already too.)

I am still an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley. Due to this, we still live with my parents and I do not have a job. So I cannot apply for any joint insurance yet. We also do not have a lease or any utilities because my parents pay for everything. They are kind enough to give us a head start in life. I am graduating this December and we plan on moving out right away. I also have job interviews set up in December. So until then I won't have anything of that nature. This is what I am worried about? Will it be okay?

Also, we only had a marriage ceremony with our elder family members because truth be told we are not rich and simply can't afford one. If we want can we throw a party later on? Like a grad party combo lol

BTW by the time our interview takes place we will only have been married for 4 MONTHS.

You good, the list is pretty much the same I took to my interview last week at the USCIS San Francisco office, besides I think you have more, just that my spouse is presently working and not a student. regardless, you have everything to prove your marriage.

Goodluck on your interview, and make sure you practice some questions with your spouse, that should help.


AOS.....

May 24, 2014 (day 0) Mailed my form I-130, I-485, I-758 via UPS
May 27, 2014 (day 3) Packaged delivered
Jun 11, 2014 (day 18) Txt/email received (Finally)
Jun 16, 2014 (day 23) NOA paper form

Jun 19, 2014 (day 26) Received Biometrics appointment for 07/07/2014

Jun 27, 2014 (day 34) Biometrics done (early walk-in)

Jul 02, 2014 RFE email/txt notification

Jul 07 2014 Receive RFE yellow form, asking for sponsors W2, Tax papers

Jul 22 2014 Mailed RFE response

Jul 24 2014 Received: Evidence Response Review

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Sep 03 2014 EAD Approved

Sep 08 2014 Case moved to Testing and Interview

Sep 11 2014 EAD/AP COMBO CARD Received

Oct 01 2014 Interview scheduled for 11/04/2014

Oct 02 2014 Interview Notice Received for 11/04/2014

Nov 04 2014 Interview(no decision).but got an approval update few hrs later, GC to production.

Nov 07 2014 Welcome to the United State of America notice received

Nov 12 2014 GC Received

----I-751 Removing Conditions------------------------------------------

Aug 08 2016 Mail form I-751 ROC via USPS

Aug 09 2016 Next day Delivery (Package Delivered)

Aug 11 2016 Check Cashed

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