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Since the Ny court suspended the public charge do we need to upload the ds5540 in ceac or no we can bring it to interview during to the court ? And Is the beneficiary current income is red flag or just the work history 

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i do have the same question, although i will be living in WA state! 

 

i will email the embassy themself and ask if they need it and what documents to bring, as soon as i get my interview scheduled. 

noone knows exactly if they should bring it or not because apparently if you dont they reject you?!?! i heard weird things so far.

just ask and if they say no and fill it out anyway and bring few important documents with it as well 

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4 minutes ago, Tschuulia said:

i do have the same question, although i will be living in WA state! 

 

i will email the embassy themself and ask if they need it and what documents to bring, as soon as i get my interview scheduled. 

noone knows exactly if they should bring it or not because apparently if you dont they reject you?!?! i heard weird things so far.

just ask and if they say no and fill it out anyway and bring few important documents with it as well 

Yes this is stressful 

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2 hours ago, Nana! said:

Since the Ny court suspended the public charge do we need to upload the ds5540 in ceac or no we can bring it to interview during to the court ? And Is the beneficiary current income is red flag or just the work history 

I'm curious also but the DOS updated its news about Public Charge today so I would assume we don't need it. 

Update on Public Charge

Last Updated: August 7, 2020

 

On Wednesday, July 29, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York enjoined the Department of State from “enforcing, applying, implementing, or treating as effective” the Department’s October 2019 interim final rule and accompanying Foreign Affairs Manual guidance related to the public charge ground of visa ineligibility.  The Department is complying with the court’s order and is in the process of updating its guidance to consular officers on how to proceed under the preliminary injunction. In the interim, visa applications that appear to be ineligible under INA 212(a)(4) will be refused for administrative processing to allow for consultation with the Department, including legal review to ensure compliance with applicable court orders.  Visa applicants are not requested to take any additional steps at this time and should attend their visa interviews as scheduled.  Applicants are not required to complete nor should they present the DS-5540, Public Charge Questionnaire.

 

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

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12 minutes ago, OrihimeandIchigo said:

I'm curious also but the DOS updated its news about Public Charge today so I would assume we don't need it. 

Update on Public Charge

Last Updated: August 7, 2020

 

On Wednesday, July 29, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York enjoined the Department of State from “enforcing, applying, implementing, or treating as effective” the Department’s October 2019 interim final rule and accompanying Foreign Affairs Manual guidance related to the public charge ground of visa ineligibility.  The Department is complying with the court’s order and is in the process of updating its guidance to consular officers on how to proceed under the preliminary injunction. In the interim, visa applications that appear to be ineligible under INA 212(a)(4) will be refused for administrative processing to allow for consultation with the Department, including legal review to ensure compliance with applicable court orders.  Visa applicants are not requested to take any additional steps at this time and should attend their visa interviews as scheduled.  Applicants are not required to complete nor should they present the DS-5540, Public Charge Questionnaire.

 

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

Did u upload it or no at nvc 

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