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My wife immigrated to the US.

 

  1. Part 7: Who signs "Acknowledgement of Appointment at USCIS Application Support Center"?
  2. Part 7 Who signs "Petitioner's Signature"?
  3. Part 8 Who signs "Acknowledgement of Appointment at USCIS Application Support Center"? 
  4. Part 8 Who signs "Spouse's or Individual's Signature"?

 

Thanks


Click here to see my detailed timeline and experience.

 

 

I-485/I-765 Sent :

I-485/I-765 Received Date :

I-485/I-765 NOA1 :

RFIE (Birth Cert, Translation)

Biometrics : 

RFIE Received :

I-765 Approved :

I-485 Interview Date :

I-485 Approved :

Received Green Card :

 

2017 Oct 06

2017 Oct 10

2017 Oct 13

2017 Nov 03

2017 Nov 06

2017 Nov 17

2017 Dec 18

2018 Aug 08

2018 Aug 08

2018 Oct 23

Distance is to love like wind is to fire… it extinguishes the small and kindles the great!

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14 minutes ago, TriloByte said:

My wife immigrated to the US.

 

  1. Part 7: Who signs "Acknowledgement of Appointment at USCIS Application Support Center"?  
  2. Part 7 Who signs "Petitioner's Signature"?
  3. Part 8 Who signs "Acknowledgement of Appointment at USCIS Application Support Center"? 
  4. Part 8 Who signs "Spouse's or Individual's Signature"?

 

Thanks

The Green Card holder is the petitioner.....

 

1.  Conditional Green Card Holder (Your wife)

2.  Conditional Green Card Holder  (Your wife)

3.  Spouse  (You)

4.  Spouse  (You)

 

 

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"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

   -GB, "old man of much life experience"

 

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15 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

 

The Green Card holder is the petitioner.....

 

1.  Conditional Green Card Holder (Your wife)

2.  Conditional Green Card Holder  (Your wife)

3.  Spouse  (You)

4.  Spouse  (You)

 

 

Thanks, so I sign the two boxes under part 8 and she signs the two boxes under part 7. Right? 


Click here to see my detailed timeline and experience.

 

 

I-485/I-765 Sent :

I-485/I-765 Received Date :

I-485/I-765 NOA1 :

RFIE (Birth Cert, Translation)

Biometrics : 

RFIE Received :

I-765 Approved :

I-485 Interview Date :

I-485 Approved :

Received Green Card :

 

2017 Oct 06

2017 Oct 10

2017 Oct 13

2017 Nov 03

2017 Nov 06

2017 Nov 17

2017 Dec 18

2018 Aug 08

2018 Aug 08

2018 Oct 23

Distance is to love like wind is to fire… it extinguishes the small and kindles the great!

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