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US citizen filed 2 petitions (husband and child)

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Filed: Other Country: Armenia
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Hello, I sent two petitions and both got approved by USCIS pretty quick. That was the easy part. I just received mail from NVC asking for financial documents (Affidavit of Support, form W2, etc.). Here's my question: I've been living in Armenia since 2006 (attended university here, got married and had my child in 2013. Here for a very long temporary stay :)). How do I continue? Is there anything different I need to do from someone who lives in the US? I don't work, by the way. Help, please!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Hello, I sent two petitions and both got approved by USCIS pretty quick. That was the easy part. I just received mail from NVC asking for financial documents (Affidavit of Support, form W2, etc.). Here's my question: I've been living in Armenia since 2006 (attended university here, got married and had my child in 2013. Here for a very long temporary stay :)). How do I continue? Is there anything different I need to do from someone who lives in the US? I don't work, by the way. Help, please!

Here is the NVC Process wiki, http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

You will need a co-sponsor and you will need to re-establish domicile in the US it's all in the wiki.


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