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Checklist because of I-864 and case expedition, I NEED YOUR HELP

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Hello everyone,

I disparately need your help with two things :cry:

Firstly, I'm the principle applicant and my husband is the petitioner. we received an email from NVC last Friday that says we're on the checklist because of two errors in the I-864 as follows:

[x] In Part 6. Sponsor's Income and Employment, please correct the following...
[x] Item 5. You must enter your current individual annual income. This means the amount of money you expect to earn
during the current calendar year.
[x] Item 10. The current annual household income must equal the sum of items 5, 6.c., 7.c., 8.c., and 9.c.
when my husband reviewed the I-864 he sent to the NVC, he found out that in his form the item 5 and item 10 are both blank, and in the joint sponsor's form there are different amounts in the two items.

I wanna know if item 5 and item 10 must contain the same amount? because when I checked the I-864 sample on visajourney I found that the number on item 5 is the same one on number 10 so I don't know if we have to correct only my husband's form or the two forms.

Secondly, my husband was diagnosed with seizure disorder, and the doctor report says that he shouldn't drive or do some activities alone, therefore we are thinking of using that report to ask NVC to expedite my case. Do you think it's gonna work or we gonna just waste our time and delay my case for nothing.

Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase I need your advice so bad because my husband and I feel so frustrated and so lost :crying::crying::crying::crying: .

Thank you in advance


Started talking on skype: Mar 28th, 2012
Got married: Feb 4th, 2014 (L)
I-130 sent (F2A case type): Feb 20th, 2014
USCIS approval (California Service Center): Apr 8th, 2014
Case received by NVC: May 20th, 2014
My hubby got his citizenship: Sep 19th, 2014
Case upgrade request sent: Sep 21th, 2014
case upgraded to CR1: Nov 26th, 2014
AOS and IV packages sent: Dec 28th, 2014
Checklist (cuz of missing info in I-864): Feb 27th, 2015 :crying:
Expedition request sent: Mar 3rd, 2015
Expedition under review email received: Mar 7th, 2015 :clock:
Expedition request approved: Mar 10th, 2015
Email confirming our expedition request approval received: Mar 11th, 2015
case status updated to "in transit" at CEAC: Mar 13th, 2015
case status updated to "Ready" at CEAC: March 16th, 2015
medical exam: Mar 23rd, 2015
interview date(visa approved: Mar 25th, 2015
visa in hand: Apr 7th, 2015

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I know nobody has helped me with my previous questions but pathetically i'm gonna ask another question: do we have to wait until we receive a respond to our expedition request then we send the corrected form to NVC or it doesn't matter?

Edited by ibabu

Started talking on skype: Mar 28th, 2012
Got married: Feb 4th, 2014 (L)
I-130 sent (F2A case type): Feb 20th, 2014
USCIS approval (California Service Center): Apr 8th, 2014
Case received by NVC: May 20th, 2014
My hubby got his citizenship: Sep 19th, 2014
Case upgrade request sent: Sep 21th, 2014
case upgraded to CR1: Nov 26th, 2014
AOS and IV packages sent: Dec 28th, 2014
Checklist (cuz of missing info in I-864): Feb 27th, 2015 :crying:
Expedition request sent: Mar 3rd, 2015
Expedition under review email received: Mar 7th, 2015 :clock:
Expedition request approved: Mar 10th, 2015
Email confirming our expedition request approval received: Mar 11th, 2015
case status updated to "in transit" at CEAC: Mar 13th, 2015
case status updated to "Ready" at CEAC: March 16th, 2015
medical exam: Mar 23rd, 2015
interview date(visa approved: Mar 25th, 2015
visa in hand: Apr 7th, 2015

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Yes, it's easier to wait. Then you have a reference number for them to go by.


Met Canadian husband online, July 2001!

Met for the first time in person in US, November 2001

Engaged May 2002

Married August 2003 in Canada

Lived in Canada until July 2007

Husband was granted a TN-1 at the Detroit border, July 2007, renewable yearly.

Lived in Fort Wayne, IN on TN-1 since then

Sent full packet including medical 16 January 2015

Received at Chicago lock box 20 January 2015

Both checks cleared 23 January 2015

NOA1 for forms received 30 January 2015

All at the National Benefits Center (NBC)

I-765

Biometrics notice sent 13 February 2015

Biometrics appointment 6 March 2015

Approved and card mailed 6 April 2015

Card received 11 April 2015

I-485

Biometrics request I-797 came in for I-485, 6 February 2015

Biometrics appointment in Indianapolis, IN 18 February 2015

Email received giving date of interview for I-485, 9 March 2015

Interview scheduled for 7 April 2015

APPROVED and green card received, 14 April 2015

I-131

Approval for Advanced Parole received 30 March 2015

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Yes, it's easier to wait. Then you have a reference number for them to go by.

Thank you immensely for your reply


Started talking on skype: Mar 28th, 2012
Got married: Feb 4th, 2014 (L)
I-130 sent (F2A case type): Feb 20th, 2014
USCIS approval (California Service Center): Apr 8th, 2014
Case received by NVC: May 20th, 2014
My hubby got his citizenship: Sep 19th, 2014
Case upgrade request sent: Sep 21th, 2014
case upgraded to CR1: Nov 26th, 2014
AOS and IV packages sent: Dec 28th, 2014
Checklist (cuz of missing info in I-864): Feb 27th, 2015 :crying:
Expedition request sent: Mar 3rd, 2015
Expedition under review email received: Mar 7th, 2015 :clock:
Expedition request approved: Mar 10th, 2015
Email confirming our expedition request approval received: Mar 11th, 2015
case status updated to "in transit" at CEAC: Mar 13th, 2015
case status updated to "Ready" at CEAC: March 16th, 2015
medical exam: Mar 23rd, 2015
interview date(visa approved: Mar 25th, 2015
visa in hand: Apr 7th, 2015

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