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Crossing border in to Syria from Jordan

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My husband is wondering about crossing the border in to Syria daily from Jordan to work. Will this affect his chances of being approved for the CR1/IR1?

It could complicate the background checks once you get to that point in the process.

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Yes, could complete back ground check, please don't that this wrong, but Syria is a hot spot for ISIS.

I'm not implying anything against your husband with ISIS.


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2 hours ago, Beth & Achraf said:

Yes, could complete back ground check, please don't that this wrong, but Syria is a hot spot for ISIS.

I'm not implying anything against your husband with ISIS.

Yeah... I've been thinking the same thing. It's great there is progress with the border opening, but thinking it's not worth the risk of a denial.

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Not worth a risk of a delay with additional back ground checks.  

Plus I believe,  he will have to get a police report from there also for the interview since its a different country then where the interview will take place.

 

Best wishes on your immigration journey. 

 


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43 minutes ago, Beth & Achraf said:

Not worth a risk of a delay with additional back ground checks.  

Plus I believe,  he will have to get a police report from there also for the interview since its a different country then where the interview will take place.

 

Best wishes on your immigration journey. 

 

Aren't police reports only needed if you live in the country? 

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Yes, but considering working in a different country, USCIS just may ask for them. Especially since he will cross daily for work.

 

A person can get in trouble in same country they work at just as well as country they live in.  See my logic in that?  Again not implying anything with your husband.

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15 minutes ago, Beth & Achraf said:

Yes, but considering working in a different country, USCIS just may ask for them. Especially since he will cross daily for work.

 

A person can get in trouble in same country they work at just as well as country they live in.  See my logic in that?  Again not implying anything with your husband.

Yeah, that makes sense. And no worries...i know you aren't 😊

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Thanks, nowadays, some people are so sensitive.


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NOID issued 05/17/2019

NOID addressed and received by USCIS 06/05/2019

07/01/2019  10 YEAR GREEN CARD APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!

07/05/2019   Approval letters for I-130 & I-485 received in the USPS  mail.

07/11/2019   Green Card in Hand

     happy tom and jerry GIF

 

1019 days from receipt to approval, no lawyer involved.

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