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Why i didn't work from June 2005 until June 2006 was the question they asked before saying they needed more information. They state they need a statement from me. What do i do now? any ideas? She can go back next week between Monday and Friday. Does it matter if it is original, there is no way i can get the letter to her in this short notice!

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Those 221-G's are a real disappointment when we have our hopes so high. You have my sympathies. Are they questioning your income or just the fact that you did not work? You have lots of time if you want an origional document but it sounds to me that they are just looking for an explaination which you could e-mail or fax. You have some time before it converts into a denial. Good Luck.


12/14/2006 Applied for K-1 with request for Waver for Multiple filings within 2 years.
Waiting - Waiting - Waiting
3/6 Called NVC file sent to Washington for "Administrative Review" Told to call back every few weeks. 7/6 Called NVC, A/R is finished, case on way to Moscow. YAHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
7/13 On Friday the 13th we see updated Moscow website with our interview on 9/11 (Hope we are not supersticious) 9/11 Visa Approved. Yahoo.
10/12 Tickets for her to America. I am flying to JFK to meet her there. 12/15/07 We are married. One year and a day after filling original K-1
12/27 Filed for AOS, EAD & AP 1/3 Received all three NOA-1's 1/22 Biometrics 2/27 EAD & AP received 4/12 Interview
5/19/08 RFE for physical that she should not have needed. 5/28 New physical ($ 250.00 wasted) 6/23 Green Card received
4/22/10 Filed for Removal of Contitions. 6/25 10 Year Green Card received Nov, 2014 Citizenship ceremony. Our journey is complete.

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The strangest thing is that the interviewer wanted an explanation of two things: a) why didn't i work during that period B) why i had a co-sponsor even though my income exceed poverty level.

The answer to a was included but i guess they overlooked the fact that i didnt make enough to file a tax return. The answer to b is because i was a student so i didnt have enough income level for the prior 3 years and my lawyer recommended that i do that. But here is the wierd thing, on the blue slip it ONLY mentions needing my and my cosponsor's tax return for 2006.....

any thoughts would help....thanks

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The person reviewing the file will likely not be the one who did the interview. If all it asked for is the tax return for the person who co-sponsored you then that is likely the main thing they would need and it is something they would need and if it was not included at the time of the interview would cause a 221-G. If it were me, I would send a copy of the tax return, a statement by you that you were a student and an explaination of why you had a co-sponser even though your income was sufficient and I think with any luck you will have your visa very quickly. I think you will be fine.


12/14/2006 Applied for K-1 with request for Waver for Multiple filings within 2 years.
Waiting - Waiting - Waiting
3/6 Called NVC file sent to Washington for "Administrative Review" Told to call back every few weeks. 7/6 Called NVC, A/R is finished, case on way to Moscow. YAHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
7/13 On Friday the 13th we see updated Moscow website with our interview on 9/11 (Hope we are not supersticious) 9/11 Visa Approved. Yahoo.
10/12 Tickets for her to America. I am flying to JFK to meet her there. 12/15/07 We are married. One year and a day after filling original K-1
12/27 Filed for AOS, EAD & AP 1/3 Received all three NOA-1's 1/22 Biometrics 2/27 EAD & AP received 4/12 Interview
5/19/08 RFE for physical that she should not have needed. 5/28 New physical ($ 250.00 wasted) 6/23 Green Card received
4/22/10 Filed for Removal of Contitions. 6/25 10 Year Green Card received Nov, 2014 Citizenship ceremony. Our journey is complete.

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