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My Husband's Residency on Form G-325A (Petition for Spouse)

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi, I would like to ask about the case of my husband. He's a Filipino, a green card holder since 2010 and a permanent resident in California. He went back here in Philippines last October 2012 to study (that was the time we became classmates and started our relationship) he stayed here for 11 months then he went back to U.S. Though we're apart we still gave our long distance relationship a shot. On August 2015 he came back for his 2-week vacation to see me and finally proposed to me, then he went back to US. Last April 2016, he came back here for his 1 month stay and for our wedding that was held last May 2016. Then he retured in the U.S. We've been apart for a very long time and we want to be together, not just for a few weeks or a month but together where we will live, stay and build our family. That is why he is bringing me to U.S. so that I could finally be with him.

On his form G-325A, should he declare all his residence including his address where he stayed here in Philippines for his 11-month schooling and for his August 2015 and April 2016 vacation or it only pertains to his residence in the the U.S?


OUR STORY

November 25, 2012: We started our relationship. He was my college classmate back then.

September 16, 2013: He went back to USA and because we really love each other, we gave our long distance relationship a shot.

August 25, 2015: He decided to fly back for a 2-week surprise vacation just to visit me where he proposed and we got engaged.

May 8, 2016: We finally got married! 

 

USCIS

July 3, 2016: Filed I-130 for LPR Spouse

July 5, 2016: NOA1 (priority date)

October 20, 2016: I-130 got approved

 

NVC

November 17, 2016: NVC received our case and assigned to us the case number via email

February 11, 2017: NVC assigned to us the Invoice ID number and the Beneficiary Number via email

October 7, 2017: Accessed CEAC and submitted DS-261

October 10, 2017: Received welcome letter and AOS invoice via email

October 11, 2017: Paid AOS fee

October 19, 2017: Received IV invoice via email

October 20, 2017: Paid IV fee

October 26, 2017: Submitted DS-260 (IV Online Application Form)

October 27, 2017: Sent AOS & IV Packet to NVC

October 30, 2017: Scan Date

December 14, 2017: Received Case Complete letter thru email

June 6-7, 2018: Completed my advanced SLEC Medical Exam 

August 2, 2018: Interview (Approved)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Philippines
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Aren't they going to question my husband's green card eligibility if he'll be declaring his 11-month schooling in the Philippines?


OUR STORY

November 25, 2012: We started our relationship. He was my college classmate back then.

September 16, 2013: He went back to USA and because we really love each other, we gave our long distance relationship a shot.

August 25, 2015: He decided to fly back for a 2-week surprise vacation just to visit me where he proposed and we got engaged.

May 8, 2016: We finally got married! 

 

USCIS

July 3, 2016: Filed I-130 for LPR Spouse

July 5, 2016: NOA1 (priority date)

October 20, 2016: I-130 got approved

 

NVC

November 17, 2016: NVC received our case and assigned to us the case number via email

February 11, 2017: NVC assigned to us the Invoice ID number and the Beneficiary Number via email

October 7, 2017: Accessed CEAC and submitted DS-261

October 10, 2017: Received welcome letter and AOS invoice via email

October 11, 2017: Paid AOS fee

October 19, 2017: Received IV invoice via email

October 20, 2017: Paid IV fee

October 26, 2017: Submitted DS-260 (IV Online Application Form)

October 27, 2017: Sent AOS & IV Packet to NVC

October 30, 2017: Scan Date

December 14, 2017: Received Case Complete letter thru email

June 6-7, 2018: Completed my advanced SLEC Medical Exam 

August 2, 2018: Interview (Approved)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Philippines
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Well he can not lie! That will be way way worse. And you can stay out a year I think it is on a GC. (Someone else will say if that is right)

Oh I see. Thank you! :)


OUR STORY

November 25, 2012: We started our relationship. He was my college classmate back then.

September 16, 2013: He went back to USA and because we really love each other, we gave our long distance relationship a shot.

August 25, 2015: He decided to fly back for a 2-week surprise vacation just to visit me where he proposed and we got engaged.

May 8, 2016: We finally got married! 

 

USCIS

July 3, 2016: Filed I-130 for LPR Spouse

July 5, 2016: NOA1 (priority date)

October 20, 2016: I-130 got approved

 

NVC

November 17, 2016: NVC received our case and assigned to us the case number via email

February 11, 2017: NVC assigned to us the Invoice ID number and the Beneficiary Number via email

October 7, 2017: Accessed CEAC and submitted DS-261

October 10, 2017: Received welcome letter and AOS invoice via email

October 11, 2017: Paid AOS fee

October 19, 2017: Received IV invoice via email

October 20, 2017: Paid IV fee

October 26, 2017: Submitted DS-260 (IV Online Application Form)

October 27, 2017: Sent AOS & IV Packet to NVC

October 30, 2017: Scan Date

December 14, 2017: Received Case Complete letter thru email

June 6-7, 2018: Completed my advanced SLEC Medical Exam 

August 2, 2018: Interview (Approved)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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