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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Hey everyone anyone here ready for removal of conditions for JUNE? 
 

let’s go share your journey here 

let’s keep each other motivated and driven

 

🙏🏾.

Edited by TBoneTX
title edited per OP to add "2020"

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On 6/3/2020 at 1:21 AM, JayDGODITRUST said:

Hey everyone anyone here ready for removal of conditions for JUNE? 
 

let’s go share your journey here 

let’s keep each other motivated and driven

 

🙏🏾.

Preparing to send our package next week. Good luck to you!!

 

BTW, any chance we can add 2020 in the title as not to be confused. Thanks!


ROC (Service Center: National Benefit Center MSC)

06/17/20: Case received

06/30/20: NOA

CR-1 Visa (Service Center: Nebraska - Consulate: Belgium)

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07/31/17: I-130 Priority date

08/02/17: I-130 NOA1

02/26/18: I-130 NOA2

03/15/18: NVC Received (Pivot)

06/12/18: NVC Case complete

07/26/18: Interview, approved!

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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I just sent mine on 06/01/2020!
Good Luck everyone :) 

 


ROC
06/01/2020 I-751 & Package Sent
06/02/2020 USCIS Dallas, TX Package Delivered
06/27/2020 Rejection Notice and original package & form received. (Rejection reason: filing too early)

07/03/2020 USCIS Dallas, TX Package Delivered

07/20/2020 Check Cashed 

07/30/2020 NOA Received 18 months extension

 

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1 hour ago, Visagrantedng said:

Hello. June filer here, what date was on the I-751 form used ?

The current edition date is 12/02/19.


ROC (Service Center: National Benefit Center MSC)

06/17/20: Case received

06/30/20: NOA

CR-1 Visa (Service Center: Nebraska - Consulate: Belgium)

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07/31/17: I-130 Priority date

08/02/17: I-130 NOA1

02/26/18: I-130 NOA2

03/15/18: NVC Received (Pivot)

06/12/18: NVC Case complete

07/26/18: Interview, approved!

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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17 hours ago, peachouille said:

Preparing to send our package next week. Good luck to you!!

 

BTW, any chance we can add 2020 in the title as not to be confused. Thanks!

Lol 😆 thanks for pointing that out I just realized it yes indeed 

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Hey all! FedEx’d mine yesterday! Set to be delivered this morning. Happy and nervous at the same to finally have it out of my hands. Lol

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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1 hour ago, BahamaIslander242 said:

Hey all! FedEx’d mine yesterday! Set to be delivered this morning. Happy and nervous at the same to finally have it out of my hands. Lol

Hey I know that feeling for sure 

it’s a relief

mine is out for delivering Today 🤗

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We’re preparing our paperwork now! I’m discovering that the last few years (and babies, and device breakage) have taken a toll on my record keeping. 
 

For things like bills and bank statements, did you guys put them in order 2018-2019-2020, or new to old? 
 

Also, we have the following:

 

lease agreements in both our names (one per year), rent/water bills in his name, gas/electricity/phone bills (which include his name & phone #) in my name, shared health/dental/vision/car insurance, we both have life insurance policies naming the spouse as beneficiary, flight itineraries and photos from a trip we took for my work, we have two children together (so we’re including their birth certificates, along with some family photos which include our boys). Photos with friends (at sporting events-should we include our tickets for those events? At church and other functions too)

 

When my husband had his AOS interview, they didn’t even look at the evidence we brought so we will include some of those documents as well.

 

is this sufficient? Am I missing anything?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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6 minutes ago, Nafisa & Bryce said:

We’re preparing our paperwork now! I’m discovering that the last few years (and babies, and device breakage) have taken a toll on my record keeping. 
 

For things like bills and bank statements, did you guys put them in order 2018-2019-2020, or new to old? 
 

Also, we have the following:

 

lease agreements in both our names (one per year), rent/water bills in his name, gas/electricity/phone bills (which include his name & phone #) in my name, shared health/dental/vision/car insurance, we both have life insurance policies naming the spouse as beneficiary, flight itineraries and photos from a trip we took for my work, we have two children together (so we’re including their birth certificates, along with some family photos which include our boys). Photos with friends (at sporting events-should we include our tickets for those events? At church and other functions too)

 

When my husband had his AOS interview, they didn’t even look at the evidence we brought so we will include some of those documents as well.

 

is this sufficient? Am I missing anything?

Hello 👋🏽 greetings

 

absolutely that is a lot of credible information you have provided

And for the AOS I know that about the IO not checking every documents I had that done in mine also I brought a lot but they didn’t even checked it. But hey it’s always good to over prepare in these case

 

i genuinely think you’re fine ☺️

 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hello June Fillers

 

I need guidance with renewing my 2 year Green Card. 
It expires in October 2020 and am not sure if an I-751 is the right form to use or is it the right time to send in the form. 
 I would also appreciate your help with tips, fees and how to front load my application to the  USCIS. 
Finally, is there another form required to get the second phase for the Green Card before obtaining the US Citizenship?

 

Appreciate...

Lade. 

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27 minutes ago, Nafisa & Bryce said:

For things like bills and bank statements, did you guys put them in order 2018-2019-2020, or new to old? 

I did it all new to old.

 

27 minutes ago, Nafisa & Bryce said:

is this sufficient? Am I missing anything?

Looks like solid evidence to me. I assume bank statements are included too. I'd recommend tax transcripts if possible too, they like those.

 

For reference, this is what I'm sending:

Spoiler

 

Exhibit A: Joint Tax Transcripts

A.1 2019 Tax Transcript and W-2 Forms

A.2 2018 Tax Transcript and W-2 Forms 

A.3 2017 Tax Transcript and W-2 Forms

 

B Exhibit B: Joint Housing 

B.1 2020 Lease Renewal

B.2 2019 Lease Agreement

B.3 Storage Unit Switch 

B.4 Affidavit for 2018 Living Arrangements From In-Laws (we lived with my in-laws for a couple of months when I immigrated).

 

C Exhibit C : Joint Banking Statements

C.1 Bank 1 Joint Checking and Savings Accounts

C.2 Bank 2 Joint Savings Accounts

C.3 Old Bank Joint Checking Account 

 

D Exhibit D Joint Credit Cards Statements

D.1 Credit Card 1 (mine, with husband as authorized user)

D.2 Credit Card 2 (mine, with husband as authorized user)

D.3 Credit Card 3 (husband's, with me as authorized user)

D.4 Credit Card 4 (husband's, with me as authorized user)

 

E Exhibit E: Investment Accounts Beneficiary Designations

E.1 My 401k - Husband as Beneficiary

E.2 Husband's 401k - Me as Beneficiary

E.3 My Roth IRA - Husband as Beneficiary

E.4 Husband's Roth IRA - Me as Beneficiary

E.5 My Brokerage Account - Husband as Beneficiary

E.6 My Health Savings Account  - Husband as Beneficiary

 

F Exhibit F: Joint Health Care Coverage

F.1 2020 Health Insurance Cards

F.2 2019 Health Insurance Coverage

F.3 Dental Insurance

 

G Exhibit G: Rental and Auto Insurance

G.1 2020 and 2019 Rental Insurance (in husband's name)

G.2 2020 and 2019 Auto Insurance (in husband's name, covering both of us as drivers)

 

H Exhibit H: Utility Bills at Joint Residence

H.1 Internet Bills (half in his name, half in my name, switched account holder to keep promotional price :D)

H.2 Gas and Electricity Bills (in my name)

 

I Exhibit I: Wisconsin ID Cards

 

J Exhibit J: Travel 

J.1 Vacation in December 2019 (flights + Airbnb receipts)

J.2 Vacation in August 2019 (flights + Airbnb receipts)

J.3 Vacation abroad in July 2018 (flights receipts). This one was before I even immigrated, to celebrate 1st wedding anniversary.

J.4 Me Visiting husband for Christmas 2017 (flights receipts). Again, before I immigrated.

 

K Exhibit K: Photographs

 

L Exhibit L: Miscellaneous Evidence

L.1 Joint Costco Membership

L.2 Family Holiday Cards

 

 

Edited by peachouille

ROC (Service Center: National Benefit Center MSC)

06/17/20: Case received

06/30/20: NOA

CR-1 Visa (Service Center: Nebraska - Consulate: Belgium)

Spoiler

07/31/17: I-130 Priority date

08/02/17: I-130 NOA1

02/26/18: I-130 NOA2

03/15/18: NVC Received (Pivot)

06/12/18: NVC Case complete

07/26/18: Interview, approved!

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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7 minutes ago, Lade said:

Hello June Fillers

 

I need guidance with renewing my 2 year Green Card. 
It expires in October 2020 and am not sure if an I-751 is the right form to use or is it the right time to send in the form. 
 I would also appreciate your help with tips, fees and how to front load my application to the  USCIS. 
Finally, is there another form required to get the second phase for the Green Card before obtaining the US Citizenship?

 

Appreciate...

Lade. 

Hey Lade

If you’re currently holding a 2 year conditional green card you would need to submit a completed form I-751 at least 90 days before expiration date or anytime with that 90 day period

 

currently it’s too soon for you to send that form

 

also as for the fees and forms USCIS I always updating but when that time comes you’ll know what the fees are and the correct dated form currently it sits at $680 including the biometrics fee but no worries at this time.

 

as for evidence. You can start to gather as much documents starting now between you and your spouse. Any mails, emails, joint documents, event pictures, regular pictures, anything that includes your marital life just start putting those together as of now. 
 

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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21 hours ago, Visagrantedng said:

Hello. June filer here, what date was on the I-751 form used ?

Hey how are you I remember you from 2018 

😂 check your inbox we used to chat there about interview

 

hey good luck to you🙏🏾🙏🏾

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