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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Gambia
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Hello all.

DQ: January 6th

IR1

 

Of course, like all of us, I'm trying to be prepared as possible whenever we have our interview. So, I made a list of things that I have already. I often overlook things so I just needed someone who has experience in this area to advise me as to what I should add and/or if it is enough. Also, he does not have the original copies of the sponsor's and my own affidavit of support. I just uploaded it to the CEAC website

 

 

Sponsor: Makes 34,000, he is single, no dependents. (my brother), 

We included at least 3 months worth of pay stubs,

tax transcripts for past three years,

birth certificate,

ID card 

UPDATED Affidavit of support

 

Petitioner: I was unemployed up until last month because I am in college, but I still dont meet the sponsor requirements, i make around 20,000 and we have one kid. 

We have pictures of ourselves and our daughter together,

text messages

original birth certificate,

original marriage certificate

statement explaining why I did not file taxes for the past 3 years

updated affidavit of support

 

I am trying to get a copy of the health care plan that he will be on when he comes. It is from my job but havent gotten to that yet.

 

Please, is there anything that I am missing here? Do I need to include proof of my new employment? If so, what should that be? 

Just want to make sure that I have covered all of my basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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On 8/5/2020 at 9:01 PM, wifidolly said:

Hello all.

DQ: January 6th

IR1

 

Of course, like all of us, I'm trying to be prepared as possible whenever we have our interview. So, I made a list of things that I have already. I often overlook things so I just needed someone who has experience in this area to advise me as to what I should add and/or if it is enough. Also, he does not have the original copies of the sponsor's and my own affidavit of support. I just uploaded it to the CEAC website

 

 

Sponsor: Makes 34,000, he is single, no dependents. (my brother), 

We included at least 3 months worth of pay stubs,

tax transcripts for past three years,

birth certificate,

ID card 

UPDATED Affidavit of support

 

Petitioner: I was unemployed up until last month because I am in college, but I still dont meet the sponsor requirements, i make around 20,000 and we have one kid. 

We have pictures of ourselves and our daughter together,

text messages

original birth certificate,

original marriage certificate

statement explaining why I did not file taxes for the past 3 years

updated affidavit of support

 

I am trying to get a copy of the health care plan that he will be on when he comes. It is from my job but havent gotten to that yet.

 

Please, is there anything that I am missing here? Do I need to include proof of my new employment? If so, what should that be? 

Just want to make sure that I have covered all of my basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm confused you talk about Sponsor and Petitioner which should be the same thing unless you are talking about a "Joint Sponsor". No matter if you do not meet the Sponsor requirements you the petitioner are required to submit a I-864 of your own so its good you have submitted that already. In theory and based on other member's experiences for the interview the beneficiary does not need a wet signature for the Joint Sponsor I-864 but in general will need the original or wet signature from you the petitioner's I-864 but some Embassies do not care so it depends I would make a copy for your records of your I-864 and then send him your original by mail to be sure. 

 

Also since your doing NVC the State Department released a statement recently that the DS-5540 form which requires you to provide proof of health insurance by the first 30 days is no longer required for the time being while the pandemic is going on.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/update-on-public-charge.html

 

You should also bring evidence of your bona-fide relationship basically what you submitted during the I-130 process. 

 

The Embassy will send you a email of a checklist of things to bring so don't worry to much about it.

 

Also if your anxious just check from the list of thing from from the State Department checklist for immigrant visa interview at the U.S. Embassy in Dakar, Senegal. Which since your in Gambia I'm assuming your interview will take place there.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Supplements/Supplements_by_Post/DKR-Dakar.html#pre_interview_checklist

 

Best of luck 😊

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