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Hi All,

 

We are starting the NVC process and we have a few questions.

 

I think we qualify to use the I-864EZ.

  • Be the petitioner who filed the original Form I-130 on behalf of the intending immigrant; my husband.
  • Be the petitioner who filed the original Form I-130 on behalf of the intending immigrant; he filed the I-130 only for me.
  • Be able to show sufficient income to support the intending immigrant based solely on your salary and pension, which amount is shown on the W-2 Form(s) provided by your employer or former employer; he make around 55k in 2019 and he's only using his income - no joint sponsor.

 

Do we need to file the I-864 as well? Or is it enough with the I-864EZ?

 

Also, do you know what's the "additional aos supporting documentation" that we need to upload? I see we have to upload the I-864 or EZ and we also have to attach the IRS Transcripts but do we need to attach anything else?

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

 


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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EZ version alone is fine.  One Tax Return Transcript plus a recent pay stub, the same one you used to calculate your current income.  Current income does not come from an employed person's tax return.  Last year is not "current".


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1 minute ago, pushbrk said:

EZ version alone is fine.  One Tax Return Transcript plus a recent pay stub, the same one you used to calculate your current income.  Current income does not come from an employed person's tax return.  Last year is not "current".

Thank you so much for your help! Do you know if I can sign and submit the DS-260 and then start working on the I-864EZ and the required documentation? Or do you recommend me to sign and submit once I uploaded the I-864EZ, Transcripts and Pay Stub?


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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Do what you can when you can.


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6 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Do what you can when you can.

Thank you so much!


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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10 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Do what you can when you can.

Hey, one more question. Do you know if we can use the same translations we used for the I-130/USCIS stage from last year? or do we need to get our documents translated again (with a recent date)? 


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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Hi,

 

I'm trying to upload the Tax Return Transcripts but the system is giving me the following error message:

 

Do you know what should I do?

 

 

Captura de Pantalla 2020-05-26 a la(s) 19.28.21.png


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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11 minutes ago, danielba said:

Hi,

 

I'm trying to upload the Tax Return Transcripts but the system is giving me the following error message:

 

Do you know what should I do?

 

 

Captura de Pantalla 2020-05-26 a la(s) 19.28.21.png

I was able to upload them under the Additional AOS Supporting Documentation but do you know what should I attach under this section:

 

The 2019 IRS is not available so we attached the ones from 2016-2018, should we attach the W2 forms for 2019?

 

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Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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58 minutes ago, danielba said:

I was able to upload them under the Additional AOS Supporting Documentation but do you know what should I attach under this section:

 

The 2019 IRS is not available so we attached the ones from 2016-2018, should we attach the W2 forms for 2019?

 

1440396282_CapturadePantalla2020-05-26ala(s)19_43_57.png.b9f6c6bc16d00c00b8eee84edd58a33d.png

Please disregard this question. We tried with a different computer and it worked.

 

Thanks anyways!


Marriage: 08/28/2019

 

USCIS Stage

 

I-130 submitted: 10/01/2019

I-130 USCIS Lockbox received: 10/07/2019

I-130 NOA1 received: 10/14/2019 --> Assigned to Texas Service Center

I-130 approved: 5/15/2020 —> NOA2 came from Texas Service Center

 

NVC Stage

 

Case Number received: 5/16/2020 —> via Email

Paid IV and AOS fee: 5/16/2020

Submitted IV application and civil documents: 5/28/2020

DQ: 6/1/2020 - email

 

Now waiting for our interview - CD Juarez Mexico

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9 hours ago, danielba said:

Hey, one more question. Do you know if we can use the same translations we used for the I-130/USCIS stage from last year? or do we need to get our documents translated again (with a recent date)? 

You would not need NEW translations but anything already in Spanish would not need translation at this stage.


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