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They have full authority to check all including credit and background if they think any documents are suspicious/ they are under Homeland Security/ they have access to banking accounts, phone calls (including cell), actually all of your information is disclosed to them (suppose to be by you). Some have shown up to interview and been asked "Why are you corresponding to other women (or men) with intent to marry them too" Your life is not private when applying for a visa/be clean / not sure why anyone would marry someone with bad credit / starts out a relationship with a handicappe as most failed marriages are over money

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It's not typical practice but they do have access to it. I don't think bad credit will have any bearing on immigration decisions unless there is some kind of fraud or major issues.

They have full authority to check all including credit and background if they think any documents are suspicious/ they are under Homeland Security/ they have access to banking accounts, phone calls (including cell), actually all of your information is disclosed to them (suppose to be by you). Some have shown up to interview and been asked "Why are you corresponding to other women (or men) with intent to marry them too" Your life is not private when applying for a visa/be clean / not sure why anyone would marry someone with bad credit / starts out a relationship with a handicappe as most failed marriages are over money

Wow just wow. So despite not knowing why someone has bad credit you automatically just think they shouldn't get married? My credit sucks because of school loans and being on my own since 16 and not having any money management skills. If handled properly, it doesn't have to affect the marriage. Not to mention with two working adults it's easier to pay down any debts and learn good money management.


09/27/14 Married :content:

12/03/14 Became a US citizen :star:

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02/25/15 130 Petition sent

02/27/15 NOA1 date :clock:

07/23/15 NOA2 date

08/03/15 Mailed to NVC

08/07/15 NVC Received

08/19/15 Case number assigned, submitted DS-261

08/20/15 Paid AOS bill

08/25/15 Received welcome letter

08/25/15 Sent AOS & IV package

08/31/15 DS-261 reviewed

08/31/15 AOS & IV scan date confirmed by Sup.

09/02/15 Received IV bill by email

09/03/15 Paid IV bill

09/09/15 Submitted DS-260

09/17/15 Case Completed @ NVC

10/06/15 Expedite Request sent to NVC

11/12/15 Contacted Sen. Marco Rubio for assistance with expedite by email

11/19/15 Expedite Approved

12/9/15 Medical

12/11/15 Interview (Approved)

12/14/15 CEAC Status changed to AP

12/15/15 CEAC Status Changed to Issued

12/18/15 Picked up Passport & booked hubby's ticket.

12/31/15 Ring in the New Years together after 4 years!!!! :dancing:

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I didn't say don't get married / I said it is a poor way to start out/ try to straighten out your credit before spouse arrives/ my late husband went thru 3 back surgeries and died with cancer (not related to surgeries) still had to pay for his college loans and things were not easy. there are many ways to do this. I worked a full time and 2 part time jobs

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