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Hi all,


I just discovered this website today so my apologies in advance if this is not the right place to ask this question. 

My husband and I are in our mid 20s and like a lot of mid 20 year olds, we don’t exactly have our lives completely together. We both have medical debt that have resulted in poor credit and last month, we got evicted from our apartment. We have since gotten a very cute little house that we rent, he has had a stable job since June of last year (that meets the minimum requirement to sponsor), and I am getting a professional graduate degree at an Ivy League school. 

We applied for my adjustment of status in August 2019 and even though we have evidence showing our bona fide relationship (pictures, international travel together, our international wedding, leases together, joint financial expenses, etc.), I’m worried that the eviction and The bad credit will count against us. Our case currently sits at “Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview,” and other than the courtesy letter for medical check up, we’ve had no RFEs or anything. 

any thoughts? 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada

they dont do a credit check.


income and joint stuff is what they are looking for.



i 485, 130, EAD and AP

04/09/2019    NOA1 received/check cashed i 485 and 130 (direct adjustment)

11/7/2019      Interview- Norfolk

11/10/2019    APPROVED (notification rec'd 11/10, approval dated 11/8)



Filed everything ourselves with no RFE's or delays.


CR1 for Child under 21 (20 at time of filing)- Filed by LPR Spouse for his son

4/4/20     Mailed packet

4/12/20   NOA1 rec'd

10/14/21 (havent heard anything... when do i start to get worried?)



10/14/21 Mailed to AZ PO Box. Let the waiting begin. Again.

10/16/21 Received at PO Box

10/19/21 Received Text NOA1

10/23/21 Received Mailed NOA1


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