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Hello amazing VJ community!

I have a question about k1 interview questions.

I am the USC petitioner and my fiancee is Ukrainian and will do her interview in Kyiv. I was previously married to a Russian woman who entered the US on a K1 visa (I was the petitioner).

My current fiancee and I both believe that it's good enough to know the very basics about this prior marriage and digging too deep just brings up bad memories and serves no real useful purpose for our future. She was also married before and I was pissed off when I had to fill out her prior spouse's name on the forms. I really don't even want to know this information.

My question is -- what line of questioning on this matter can we expect during her interview? Will suspicion be roused if she is short on details regarding my past marriage? Can she simply say... "I know he was married years ago.. I don't know the details because I believe it is of no consequence to our future" or something like that.

Thank you!

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Hello amazing VJ community!

I have a question about k1 interview questions.

I am the USC petitioner and my fiancee is Ukrainian and will do her interview in Kyiv. I was previously married to a Russian woman who entered the US on a K1 visa (I was the petitioner).

My current fiancee and I both believe that it's good enough to know the very basics about this prior marriage and digging too deep just brings up bad memories and serves no real useful purpose for our future. She was also married before and I was pissed off when I had to fill out her prior spouse's name on the forms. I really don't even want to know this information.

My question is -- what line of questioning on this matter can we expect during her interview? Will suspicion be roused if she is short on details regarding my past marriage? Can she simply say... "I know he was married years ago.. I don't know the details because I believe it is of no consequence to our future" or something like that.

Thank you!

I'm in the same boat. My husband hates that we have to mention my ex...it's really painful for him to even hear about it, even the slightest detail. :crying:

I'm still in the beginning stages of all this, but other VJers have told me that it will come up in the interview and they will expect that your beneficiary to have knowledge of your previous spouse(s). I don't know how much detail they go into yet...I hope it isn't too much because it is awkward and uncomfortable and really does bring back bad memories. :wacko:

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17-Jan-2017: Case number received :]

21-Mar-2017: Medical Exam completed

24-Mar-2017: Interview - approved!

29-Mar-2017: CR-1 Visa received (via mail)

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21-Jul-2017: No SSN after three weeks; applied in person at the SSA

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22-Jul-2017: GC arrives in the mail – middle name is cut off 😕

01-Aug-2017: Sent in I-90 online via website

05-Aug-2017: Biometrics scheduled

23-Aug-2017: Biometrics done @ USCIS office; kept GC!

16-Jul-2018: RFE for supporting docs!! D:<

31-Jul-2018: USCIS Appointment at local field office..

22-Aug-2018: Mailed GC back to USCIS in response to RFE

29-Aug-2018: GC received by USCIS

17-Sept-2018: Received CORRECTED GC in the mail! Finally!!

 

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The husbands need to get over it. You just need to know the basic information as stated above just in case.

My wife kept her previous married name because of the hassle to change it over when you own property in Ukraine and that's the name she used professionally for over 20 years. While I don't like it, in the big picture it's really trivial unless someone wants to make it otherwise.

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USCIS

Married: 08/12/2016

I-130 sent: 08/16/2016

NOA1: 08/18/2016

Received email 09/19/2016 that I-130 was approved 09/17/2016.

On 09/21/2016, I-130 approval date changed to 09/19/2016.

I-130 approved: 09/19/2016

Received hard copy NOA2: 09/23/2016

Sent to NVC: 10/11/2016 No text or email from USCIS. Had to log into USCIS account to find out.

NVC

NVC Received: 10/18/2016

Case # and IIN#: 10/27/2016

Choice of Agent -DS-261: 10/27/2016

AOS Fee Invoiced: 10/29/2016

AOS Fee Paid: 10/29/2016

DS-261 reviewed over the phone: 10/31/2016

IV Fee Invoiced: 11/02/2016

IV Fee Paid: 11/02/2016

DS-260 Completed: 11/04/2016

Sent AOS & IV Package: 11/03/2016

Scan Date: 11/07/2016

RFE: 11/09/2016 (NVC wants I-864 instead of I-864EZ)

RFE Response Submittal: 11/09/2016

Case Complete by phone call: 11/10/2016

Case Complete by email: 11/18/2016

Interview Appointment letter by email: 12/01/2016

Left NVC: 12/02/2016

Embassy

Case Ready at Embassy: 12/05/2016

Case Ready and "touched" at Embassy" 12/16/2016

Medical Date: 12/21/2016 Sputum testing required so this sets us back at least a few months.

Interview Date: 01/04/2017  Interview went well.  We are in "administrative Processing" until negative Sputum Test result is received in March.  The consulate will then issue the Immigrant Visa. So there is nothing further for us to do.  We agreed to have the consulate cancel My wife's B1/B2 visa from an older passport and it was stamped "cancelled without prejudice".  We did this now so she would not have to go back to the consulate to have it done later.

Visa Issued:  03/07/2017

Visa in Hand: 03/08/2017

POE:  03/29/2017 Charlotte, NC  Processed quickly at airport (about 20 minutes with CBP) and was not even asked any questions.

Social Security Card:  Received 04/07/2017 (processed through CBP at POE)

Green Card Issued:  4/19/2017

 

Removal of Conditions

File ROC (I-751):  eligible 12/29/2018

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Hello amazing VJ community!

I have a question about k1 interview questions.

I am the USC petitioner and my fiancee is Ukrainian and will do her interview in Kyiv. I was previously married to a Russian woman who entered the US on a K1 visa (I was the petitioner).

My current fiancee and I both believe that it's good enough to know the very basics about this prior marriage and digging too deep just brings up bad memories and serves no real useful purpose for our future. She was also married before and I was pissed off when I had to fill out her prior spouse's name on the forms. I really don't even want to know this information.

My question is -- what line of questioning on this matter can we expect during her interview? Will suspicion be roused if she is short on details regarding my past marriage? Can she simply say... "I know he was married years ago.. I don't know the details because I believe it is of no consequence to our future" or something like that.

Thank you!

Yes, someone's past marriage absolutely does affect their future. That previous marriage, no matter how long or short, no matter any other details, is a part of your life story. How did the marriage end? Was there abuse? Was there neglect? You can learn a lot about a person by their previous marriage(s). If your fiance says she doesn't know details because she thinks those details aren't important, then she's mistaken. All that said, CO's are human beings. They're not going to ask about intimate details. They'll likely ask neutral questions, like dates and names. It shouldn't appear as though you or she has something to hide.

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Absolutely talk about it and know what happened !

Not only did it come up in our K1 interview but it followed us all the way to the AOS interview.
Very intimate details were asked about past relationships that would make anyone blush if unprepared.

I join the club that says get over it and get with it.


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I-129F Sent : 3-31-2014, NOA2: 4-6-2014

NVC Received : some dinkelsberry yehoo in the house of clingons send our petition to the wrong consulate.

Consulate Received : July 30,2014 Transfer to right embassy complete.

Interview Date : Oct 22, 2014

Interview Result : AP , requesting another PC (not expired) and certified divorce decree (was submitted)Stokes interview via phone for petitioner 4 hrs after interview.

Oct 23 email notification visa approved.
Visa Received : Nov. 3 , 2014 VISA IN HAND.

US Entry : Nov. 21, 2014

Marriage : Dec 27, 2014

AOS send : May 12, 2015, received May 14, 2015 USPS priority

Email &text : May 18, 2015, check cashed May 19,2015, return receipt May 21, 2015 stamped USCIS Lockbox, NOA1 (3x) May 22,2015

Biometrics : June 1, 2015 letter received for appointment June 8, 2015, successful walk-in June 1, 2015

RFE : June 12, 2015 for income not meeting guideline. Income does ( ! ) exceed guideline.

RFE response : June 26, 2015 returned with a boat load full of financial evidence.

UPDATE: July 5, 2015 updated on all 3 cases, RFE received June 30, 2015.

Service request : Aug 12, 2015, letter received that it will be processed within 90 days from receipt of RFE.

UPDATE: Aug 24, 2015, EAD card being produced/ordered. ( 102 days from AOS receipt day and 55 days from RFE response received.) Thank you Jesus !

Emails : Aug 24, 2015, EAD approved, EAD card ordered.

I-797 EAD/AP approval notice received : Aug 27, 2015

EAD/AP combo card mailed : Aug 27, 2015, EAD/AP combo card received: Aug 31, 2015

Renewal application send for EAD/AP : May 31,2016 (AOS pending over 1 year). Received June 2, 2016,Notice date June7, 2016, emails,texts, NOA1 hard copy

Service request for pending AOS April 21, 2016, case not assigned yet.
Service request for pending AOS June 14, 2016, tier 2 said performing background checks.
Expedite request for EAD/AP Aug 3, 2016, Aug10 notification >request was received, assigned, completed. RFE letter requesting evidence for expedite, docs faxed Aug18

*Service request for I-485 Aug 3, 2016, Aug11 notification> request was assigned. Service request Dec 2, 2016.
AOS Interview letter received Aug 12, 2016

AOS Interview September 21, 2016.

Second Biometrics appointment letters received for EAD and AOS on Aug 15, 2016 for Aug 17 ( 2 day notice).

Second Biometrics completed Aug 17, 2016

Third Biometrics appointment letter received Aug 19, 2016 for Sept. 1, 2016. WTH ?!

EAD/AP (renewal) approval Aug 22, 2016, NOA2 received Aug 25, 2016

Renewal EAD in production notification text and online, expedite successful 4 days after RFE request response was faxed, Aug25mailed,Aug29received.

Sept. 21 Interview, 2 hour interview, we were separated and asked about 50 questions each for an hour each. IO was firm but professional, some smiles.
Several service requests made, contacted Senator and Ombudsman. Background checks still pending.
July 21, 2017 HOME VISIT.  Went well. Topic thread in AOS forum.
Waiting to skip ROC and get 10 yr GC due to over 2 year while pending AOS
AOS APPROVED Oct. 4, 2017 * Green card in hand Oct 13, 2017 !!!!!

First K1 denied after 16 month of AP. Refiled. We are a couple since 2009. Not a sprint but a matter of endurance.

 

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Absolutely talk about it and know what happened !

Not only did it come up in our K1 interview but it followed us all the way to the AOS interview.

Very intimate details were asked about past relationships that would make anyone blush if unprepared.

I join the club that says get over it and get with it.

I actually don't have a problem with discussing my past, but it's just hard for my husband but of course he accepts it as a necessary step in this process. :cry2:

Just how intimate were the questions about the past relationship...? :blink: I'm a bit nervous now. I've explained so far: how we got together, how long we were together/where we lived, why we married, why we divorced, how I feel about it now, but do I need to go into more detail than that? There were no kids so there aren't any remaining factors to complicate matters.....Just wondering what I should be prepared for, just in case. :wacko:

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26-Jul-2016: Married abroad :3
21-Dec-2016: I-130 filed at Embassy
29-Dec-2016: I-130 approved! Yay! 

17-Jan-2017: Case number received :]

21-Mar-2017: Medical Exam completed

24-Mar-2017: Interview - approved!

29-Mar-2017: CR-1 Visa received (via mail)

02-Apr-2017: USCIS Immigrant (GC) Fee paid

28-Jun-2017: Port of Entry @ PDX

21-Jul-2017: No SSN after three weeks; applied in person at the SSA

22-Jul-2017: GC arrived in the mail

31-Jul-2017: SSN arrived via mail, hurrah!

                     I-90 GC Replacment (for Erroneous GC)

Spoiler

22-Jul-2017: GC arrives in the mail – middle name is cut off 😕

01-Aug-2017: Sent in I-90 online via website

05-Aug-2017: Biometrics scheduled

23-Aug-2017: Biometrics done @ USCIS office; kept GC!

16-Jul-2018: RFE for supporting docs!! D:<

31-Jul-2018: USCIS Appointment at local field office..

22-Aug-2018: Mailed GC back to USCIS in response to RFE

29-Aug-2018: GC received by USCIS

17-Sept-2018: Received CORRECTED GC in the mail! Finally!!

 

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Yes, someone's past marriage absolutely does affect their future. That previous marriage, no matter how long or short, no matter any other details, is a part of your life story. How did the marriage end? Was there abuse? Was there neglect? You can learn a lot about a person by their previous marriage(s). If your fiance says she doesn't know details because she thinks those details aren't important, then she's mistaken. All that said, CO's are human beings. They're not going to ask about intimate details. They'll likely ask neutral questions, like dates and names. It shouldn't appear as though you or she has something to hide.

Honestly, I barely remember my exact divorce dates, is this something both my husband and I should memorize in case it comes up at the interview? What about birthdays of previous spouses?

I definitely don't have anything to hide and I'm fine with whatever they'll ask, I just want to be prepared and make sure my husband will be, too. Thanks for the input so far!

P.S. Most likely my husband and I will have two interviews since we are doing DCF: one when we submit the I-130 and then the other final interview. So, because of that I feel like we need to prepare as much as we can.


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26-Jul-2016: Married abroad :3
21-Dec-2016: I-130 filed at Embassy
29-Dec-2016: I-130 approved! Yay! 

17-Jan-2017: Case number received :]

21-Mar-2017: Medical Exam completed

24-Mar-2017: Interview - approved!

29-Mar-2017: CR-1 Visa received (via mail)

02-Apr-2017: USCIS Immigrant (GC) Fee paid

28-Jun-2017: Port of Entry @ PDX

21-Jul-2017: No SSN after three weeks; applied in person at the SSA

22-Jul-2017: GC arrived in the mail

31-Jul-2017: SSN arrived via mail, hurrah!

                     I-90 GC Replacment (for Erroneous GC)

Spoiler

22-Jul-2017: GC arrives in the mail – middle name is cut off 😕

01-Aug-2017: Sent in I-90 online via website

05-Aug-2017: Biometrics scheduled

23-Aug-2017: Biometrics done @ USCIS office; kept GC!

16-Jul-2018: RFE for supporting docs!! D:<

31-Jul-2018: USCIS Appointment at local field office..

22-Aug-2018: Mailed GC back to USCIS in response to RFE

29-Aug-2018: GC received by USCIS

17-Sept-2018: Received CORRECTED GC in the mail! Finally!!

 

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Nope, am not going into our personal questions :no:

Yes, you both should know when you divorced, at least the month and /or year, remembering the date can sound too memorized.

The ex's age, reason for divorce.

Most don't get asked the intimate crazy questions we were asked about past relationships but some are. I wouldn't stress about it too much.

Focus on things you both have in common, your relationship, how and when you met, names and ages of family members, etc.


Spoiler

 

I-129F Sent : 3-31-2014, NOA2: 4-6-2014

NVC Received : some dinkelsberry yehoo in the house of clingons send our petition to the wrong consulate.

Consulate Received : July 30,2014 Transfer to right embassy complete.

Interview Date : Oct 22, 2014

Interview Result : AP , requesting another PC (not expired) and certified divorce decree (was submitted)Stokes interview via phone for petitioner 4 hrs after interview.

Oct 23 email notification visa approved.
Visa Received : Nov. 3 , 2014 VISA IN HAND.

US Entry : Nov. 21, 2014

Marriage : Dec 27, 2014

AOS send : May 12, 2015, received May 14, 2015 USPS priority

Email &text : May 18, 2015, check cashed May 19,2015, return receipt May 21, 2015 stamped USCIS Lockbox, NOA1 (3x) May 22,2015

Biometrics : June 1, 2015 letter received for appointment June 8, 2015, successful walk-in June 1, 2015

RFE : June 12, 2015 for income not meeting guideline. Income does ( ! ) exceed guideline.

RFE response : June 26, 2015 returned with a boat load full of financial evidence.

UPDATE: July 5, 2015 updated on all 3 cases, RFE received June 30, 2015.

Service request : Aug 12, 2015, letter received that it will be processed within 90 days from receipt of RFE.

UPDATE: Aug 24, 2015, EAD card being produced/ordered. ( 102 days from AOS receipt day and 55 days from RFE response received.) Thank you Jesus !

Emails : Aug 24, 2015, EAD approved, EAD card ordered.

I-797 EAD/AP approval notice received : Aug 27, 2015

EAD/AP combo card mailed : Aug 27, 2015, EAD/AP combo card received: Aug 31, 2015

Renewal application send for EAD/AP : May 31,2016 (AOS pending over 1 year). Received June 2, 2016,Notice date June7, 2016, emails,texts, NOA1 hard copy

Service request for pending AOS April 21, 2016, case not assigned yet.
Service request for pending AOS June 14, 2016, tier 2 said performing background checks.
Expedite request for EAD/AP Aug 3, 2016, Aug10 notification >request was received, assigned, completed. RFE letter requesting evidence for expedite, docs faxed Aug18

*Service request for I-485 Aug 3, 2016, Aug11 notification> request was assigned. Service request Dec 2, 2016.
AOS Interview letter received Aug 12, 2016

AOS Interview September 21, 2016.

Second Biometrics appointment letters received for EAD and AOS on Aug 15, 2016 for Aug 17 ( 2 day notice).

Second Biometrics completed Aug 17, 2016

Third Biometrics appointment letter received Aug 19, 2016 for Sept. 1, 2016. WTH ?!

EAD/AP (renewal) approval Aug 22, 2016, NOA2 received Aug 25, 2016

Renewal EAD in production notification text and online, expedite successful 4 days after RFE request response was faxed, Aug25mailed,Aug29received.

Sept. 21 Interview, 2 hour interview, we were separated and asked about 50 questions each for an hour each. IO was firm but professional, some smiles.
Several service requests made, contacted Senator and Ombudsman. Background checks still pending.
July 21, 2017 HOME VISIT.  Went well. Topic thread in AOS forum.
Waiting to skip ROC and get 10 yr GC due to over 2 year while pending AOS
AOS APPROVED Oct. 4, 2017 * Green card in hand Oct 13, 2017 !!!!!

First K1 denied after 16 month of AP. Refiled. We are a couple since 2009. Not a sprint but a matter of endurance.

 

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Nope, am not going into our personal questions :no:

Yes, you both should know when you divorced, at least the month and /or year, remembering the date can sound too memorized.

The ex's age, reason for divorce.

Most don't get asked the intimate crazy questions we were asked about past relationships but some are. I wouldn't stress about it too much.

Focus on things you both have in common, your relationship, how and when you met, names and ages of family members, etc.

Hm, I wonder what prompted them to ask more intimate questions. Is it just random? Do they do it based on country or age difference? I know they can ask questions about contraception and whatnot, not really a big deal. I mean, it's weird to discuss it with perfect strangers but I guess it's kinda similar to going to the doctor, heh. People on this forum have joked about how basically all your privacy goes out the window in this process. :blush:

Yeah, I'll make sure basic dates and ages are known for sure. I also told my husband if he can't remember he just needs to say that he can't remember because they get skeptical if you give wrong dates or facts. It's always better just to say "I don't really know," honesty is the best policy. Hopefully everything will be fine.


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26-Jul-2016: Married abroad :3
21-Dec-2016: I-130 filed at Embassy
29-Dec-2016: I-130 approved! Yay! 

17-Jan-2017: Case number received :]

21-Mar-2017: Medical Exam completed

24-Mar-2017: Interview - approved!

29-Mar-2017: CR-1 Visa received (via mail)

02-Apr-2017: USCIS Immigrant (GC) Fee paid

28-Jun-2017: Port of Entry @ PDX

21-Jul-2017: No SSN after three weeks; applied in person at the SSA

22-Jul-2017: GC arrived in the mail

31-Jul-2017: SSN arrived via mail, hurrah!

                     I-90 GC Replacment (for Erroneous GC)

Spoiler

22-Jul-2017: GC arrives in the mail – middle name is cut off 😕

01-Aug-2017: Sent in I-90 online via website

05-Aug-2017: Biometrics scheduled

23-Aug-2017: Biometrics done @ USCIS office; kept GC!

16-Jul-2018: RFE for supporting docs!! D:<

31-Jul-2018: USCIS Appointment at local field office..

22-Aug-2018: Mailed GC back to USCIS in response to RFE

29-Aug-2018: GC received by USCIS

17-Sept-2018: Received CORRECTED GC in the mail! Finally!!

 

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Not sure why you would be pissed off about writing her ex's name on the forms, it's sounds immaturish and everyone has a past. Yes they will absolutely ask, especially about your ex because you are bringing a second fiance here from another country which is a red flag. Time to put on the big boy tighty whities and discuss details of both of your pasts. My husband was asked many questions about what he knew about my ex husband.

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Hating on your SO's ex is definitely a sign of unhealthy relationship.


Timeline:

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08/19/2016 - I-485, I-130, I-765 sent to USCIS office in Chicago.

08/22/2016 - day 0 - package received and signed by CHYBA.

08/23/2016 - day 1 - priority date.

08/31/2016 - day 9 - electronic NOAs received via text and email, check is cashed.

09/06/2016 - day 15 - hard copies of NOAs received in the mail.

09/08/2016 - day 17 - biometrics appointment notice received in the mail (appointment date 09/19/2016).

09/13/2016 - day 22 - early biometrics walk in.

10/28/2016 - day 67 - EAD status changed to "New Card Is Being Produced".

10/28/2016 - day 67 - EAD status changed to "Case Was Approved".

10/31/2016 - day 70 - received EAD approval letter in mail.

11/10/2016 - day 81 - EAD status changed to "Card Was Mailed".

11/16/2016 - day 87 - EAD card received in mail.

02/10/2017 - day 173 - Submitted Change of Address request.

02/17/2017 - day 180 - Submitted a Service Request.

04/27/2017 - day 218 - online account said that response to service request has been sent, however no response received (to this day).

06/20/2017 - day 302 - At infopass appointment found out that my case was supposedly scheduled for interview in October, but because home country took forever to respond to security check request, it was postponed; case was in security check until 06/19/2017 & was returned a day before my infopass appointment.

06/27/2017 - day 309 - contacted the congressman office.

07/18/2017 - day 330 - heard back from congressman office; submitted Release of Information forms for both myself and my husband.

07/28/2017 - day 340 - finally received an interview appointment in mail (online status has not changed).

08/31/2017 - day 374 - Interview; I-485 status changed to 'New Card Is Being Produced'

09/05/2017 - day 379 - I-485 status changed to 'Card Was Mailed To Me'; received approval letters in mail for I-485 and I-130

09/08/2017 - day 382 - Greencard received in mail

 

06/02/2019 - ROC window opens

 

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Hating on your SO's ex is definitely a sign of unhealthy relationship.

Getting kind of off topic but, hating is problem, yes, but disliking and being angry about bad things an ex did sounds pretty normal to me. Dwelling on or obsessing about it is a problem. I don't think anyone's SO would like to hear about an ex if they did bad things to them. I think the OP's original point was he doesn't really like discussing it, and he's kind of annoyed about it. Seems normal to me. If it's deeper than that, yeah, it can be worrying.

But I get the feeling the OP is kind of in a stickier situation since he petitioned for his ex. So, it'll probably end up arousing more questions, and he'll just have to deal with it. The past comes back sometimes, whether we like it or not. Such is life. <_<

I read online that one of the questions that might pop is: "How do you feel about the fact that your fiance/spouse was married before?" and I assume the COs could understand that people might not have the most positive attitude about it.


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26-Jul-2016: Married abroad :3
21-Dec-2016: I-130 filed at Embassy
29-Dec-2016: I-130 approved! Yay! 

17-Jan-2017: Case number received :]

21-Mar-2017: Medical Exam completed

24-Mar-2017: Interview - approved!

29-Mar-2017: CR-1 Visa received (via mail)

02-Apr-2017: USCIS Immigrant (GC) Fee paid

28-Jun-2017: Port of Entry @ PDX

21-Jul-2017: No SSN after three weeks; applied in person at the SSA

22-Jul-2017: GC arrived in the mail

31-Jul-2017: SSN arrived via mail, hurrah!

                     I-90 GC Replacment (for Erroneous GC)

Spoiler

22-Jul-2017: GC arrives in the mail – middle name is cut off 😕

01-Aug-2017: Sent in I-90 online via website

05-Aug-2017: Biometrics scheduled

23-Aug-2017: Biometrics done @ USCIS office; kept GC!

16-Jul-2018: RFE for supporting docs!! D:<

31-Jul-2018: USCIS Appointment at local field office..

22-Aug-2018: Mailed GC back to USCIS in response to RFE

29-Aug-2018: GC received by USCIS

17-Sept-2018: Received CORRECTED GC in the mail! Finally!!

 

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