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Should I be worried? I filed for AOS on October 2019. We DID NOT apply for EAD because he has DaCA. We never received the travel document and today I got an email stating they sent me an interview notice. I am worried because I was previously married and petitioned for my husband and he used me. This marriage is for real I’m just worried about my past. I’m excited but nervous at the same time.

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22 hours ago, Honeybun said:

Should I be worried? I filed for AOS on October 2019. We DID NOT apply for EAD because he has DaCA. We never received the travel document and today I got an email stating they sent me an interview notice. I am worried because I was previously married and petitioned for my husband and he used me. This marriage is for real I’m just worried about my past. I’m excited but nervous at the same time.

Why are you worried about AP? It's totally possible and I'm sure some folks apply for AOS without filing for AP or EAD. Its also possible to get your GC before your AP or EAD are processed which makes the AP and EAD unnecessary once you have the GC in hand. 

 

As long as you have proof that the last marriage ended for legitimate reasons and can show that it is completely over (ie divorce is finalised) as well as proof that your current relationship is real and legitimate you should be fine. You'll probably get some questions about it at the interview but just bring your documents, be prepared and you should do fine. 


Married 4/12/18
Mailed AOS Packet (485, 131, 130, 130a, 864, 765) 4/9/19
Packet Delivered to Chicago Lockbox 4/12/19
NOA1 for i-130, 765, 131, 485: 4/19/19
Biometrics Notice: 4/26/19
Biometrics appointment 5/14/19
Notice For Interview 5/21/19
693 completed: 6/25/19 (appointment was 6/21/19, civil surgeon needed time to process)
Interview: 6/25/19
Approved: 6/25/19 (online case status lists new card is being produced)
GC in hand: 7/2/19

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