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Getting Social Security Card after card was lost in mail.
11:38 pm March 21, 2020

MFRittman

MFRittman

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My fiance arrived in the United States on a K1 visa in mid-December. We married and she applied for permanent residence and work authorization. At the beginning of February, we went to the Social Security office to get her a card. They said she would receive a Social Security Card in the mail within the next four weeks. After not receiving it, we returned to the social security office at the beginning of March. The Social Security office said they had made an error in our address. The card had been returned to their office and they would resend it. They did give my wife the SSN issued to her.

We did not receive a card. We received a letter. The letter says:

"We cannot issue you a Social Security Card at this time because:

YOUR I-94 HAS AN EXPIRATION DATE WITHIN 14 DAYS OF PROCESSING. PLEASE

PROVIDE AN UPDATED I-94 WITH YOUR PASSPORT."

She already has a Social Security Card issued to her, but it was lost in the mail to an SSA error. Getting an updated I-94 would require her to leave the country and come back? Any other way to get her card resent?



 
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Joint sponsor and minimum income?
8:26 pm December 30, 2019

MFRittman

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Earlier this month,

1) My fiance came over on a K1 visa with her 9-year-old son.

2) I was laid off from my job as an IT analyst.

3) My fiance and I married.

I have my own 16-year-old son.

I have no current income, so I lack the necessary income to support a family of four. My savings and assets are less than required as well. I require a joint sponsor.

A retired family member who rents out rooms for extra income agreed to joint sponsor me on the i-864 documents. Through a combination of retirement plans, social security, and room rental, she should be able to joint sponsor my wife and her son based on income. Although she would be able joint sponsor me based on assets, the documentation to prove such assets would be extremely difficult.

I am thinking she would be required to show enough income to support three (herself, my wife, my wife's son)--$26,662. She would not have to show enough income to support me and me son as well. Is my thinking correct?

Question 2: Any caveats about how she should best support her income?



 
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Sponsor laid off and i864.
6:30 am December 22, 2019

MFRittman

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What happens if the sponsor gets laid off right before filing the i864? The sponsor currently has little savings, no property, and is receiving only unemployment (current income is below the poverty line). However, the sponsor has an excellent income history and a lot of available credit. Can the beneficiary be forced to return because the sponsor is laid off?



 
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Where to get medical exam results from visa physical?
8:29 pm December 18, 2019

MFRittman

MFRittman

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My stepson and fiancee had physical exams (a couple months ago) for the fiance visa before they left their home country. They were tested for various conditions and received any inoculations that were missing. My fiancee brought the medical exam in a sealed envelope and gave it to customs on her arrival.

We went to register her son for school today. The school requires the same tests and inoculations to be done before her son can go to school. Is it possible to get the results and inoculation records from the visa medical exam for her son? If so, how? Or does her son need to get examined and inoculated again?



 
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are police records required if you stayed in a foreign country for less than 12 months ??
11:25 am August 17, 2019

Djamel

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Hi everyone,

I've searched through old posts and I couldn't find the exact answers I was looking for....so I'm looking for some help.

We're in the process of applying for a K-1 visa.

I've seen different information in different places regarding when a police report is needed. Is it 6 or 12 months for living in another country?

For instance,

I lived for 11 months in Qatar on a working visa. I left just before my visa finished and was basically backpacking around the country so didn't have a permanent address. I wasn't in any trouble with the police.

If I have to get all the police reports....does anyone know how I would go about applying for them?

Thanks all for your help

Djamel



 
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