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Dear all 

 

can someone send additional documents that support the relation evidence after submitting the I 130 or I canot 

 

also can I delay the application for CR1 visa and can I choose the consulate that I want my application to be sent to for example I’m working in Canada and my home country is Jordan .Can I choose any US consulate where I can travel to 

 

thanks 

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13 minutes ago, Bcpar20 said:

Dear all 

 

can someone send additional documents that support the relation evidence after submitting the I 130 or I canot 

 

also can I delay the application for CR1 visa and can I choose the consulate that I want my application to be sent to for example I’m working in Canada and my home country is Jordan .Can I choose any US consulate where I can travel to 

 

thanks 

If you have legal status in Canada at the time of the interview, then it can be conducted either there or your home country.  Your best evidence will be that showing your actual time together.


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1 hour ago, Bcpar20 said:

also can I delay the application for CR1 visa and can I choose the consulate that I want my application to be sent to for example I’m working in Canada and my home country is Jordan .Can I choose any US consulate where I can travel to

 

I thought you're claiming asylum in Canada?  How is going back to Jordan an option for you?  Unless your asylum claim is frivolous?  Or do you mean you'll interview back in your home country if your asylum application in Canada is denied?

 

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2 hours ago, Chancy said:

 

I thought you're claiming asylum in Canada?  How is going back to Jordan an option for you?  Unless your asylum claim is frivolous?  Or do you mean you'll interview back in your home country if your asylum application in Canada is denied?

 

I didnot say I want to be back !! Do I have to be in Jordan .my passport will not be with me with me but I’m asking so that I avoid problem later on .anyway can I add more evidence to my file after the application being already submitted 

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1 hour ago, Bcpar20 said:

I didnot say I want to be back !! Do I have to be in Jordan .my passport will not be with me with me but I’m asking so that I avoid problem later on .anyway can I add more evidence to my file after the application being already submitted 

There is no way to add things other to a petition once it is filed unless you are issued an RFE.   The I-130 is more about the petitioner anyway.  You can interview anywhere that you have legal residency.  Not sure what to do about your passport. Possibly you can get a  laissez-passer passport. 


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Your spouse should not file the petition until the both of you have everything ready to be filed, primarily the bonafide relationship evidence. She is the one responsible to do so.  If she isn't able to gather everything for the initial filing then there are significant issues that need to be addressed.  She is the one doing to traveling to get married to you and would be responsible for maintaining and filing the records.   I am concerned that based on your other posts she is unable to address your questions and accurately file the petition.


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April 30, 2018  Mary moves from the Philippines to Mexico, Husband has MX Permanent Residency

June 13, 2018 Mary receives Mexican Residency Card

June 15, 2018  I-130 DCF Appointment in Juarez  -  June 18, 2018  Approval E-Mail

August 2, 2018 Case Complete At Consulate

September 25, 2018 Interview in CDJ and Approved!

October 7, 2018 In the USA

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