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Adjusting status within US
6:22 pm July 11, 2021

Ragena Miller

Ragena Miller

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I migrated to USA leaving my daughter back home. My usa citizen husband who filed for me told me he would also migrate my daughter (from a previous relationship). My daughter visited us every summer. An I-130 was filed. Covid19 and the stress of Money amongst other things depleted our marriage. Although the I-130 establishing the relationship between my daughter and estranged ex husband was approved, My ex husband is refusing to complete the process of migrating my child. Please advise what steps I should take. I know I can do the I-751 with a divorce waiver at anytime but I m more concerned about my child who is currently here with me since December due to Covid. Please advise what steps I should take to adjust her status.

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Anyone here from the ABC islands?
12:39 am June 10, 2021



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So, I'm American and applying for someone from Curacao. I'm trying to research where the interview will take place and it seems like it is in Colombia for all 3 ABC islands. I looked on the website and it said "immigrant" visas will be in Colombia but nothing about nonimmigrant visas. However, Colombia looks like it is shut down due to Covid right now. Is there any way to transfer it to another embassy? Thanks.

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I-134 for deployed Soldier
7:56 pm March 1, 2021

Kim G

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Let me introduce myself first, I deployed last year (2020), while I am deployed my W2 only included amount that is taxable. (Most of pay is non-taxable). Taxable amount is around 12,000. (Included taxable and none-taxable wages are around 42,000). If that case my tax return wages and W2 wages will not fit on the wages that they required, because they only count taxable wages. According to the rapid visa.com my minimum income requirement is $21,000.

My question is on I-134 part3 #3 my annual income is 12k or 42k? If my annual income is 12k, is 12k enough for minimum wage since I deployed?

Thank you so much for your help

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K1 Visa receipt
9:55 pm December 13, 2020



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Hey all, I'm just starting my journey here. I sent the application on November 7th, 2020. I saw that it should take 2-3 weeks to receive a receipt that they have received the application but haven't received one yet nearly 5 weeks later. I'm know Covid is probably causing delays so just wondering if anyone else started their journey around the same time or after me but have received it already. Thanks.

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Waiting for AOS and husband not contributing enough
5:37 pm November 1, 2018

Michael & Michele

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I'm beyond confused. I met my now husband in August 2016 in St. Maarten and we fell in love. He asked me to marry him. During the year we were apart I amassed a significant amount of debt primarily due to loaning him money to pay rent, utilities, food, phone, paperwork for his residency, paperwork for his passport, and the fees involved with the K-1 Visa. Essentially I was supporting two households. He always promised me I would be getting this money back. My husband arrived here 14 months ago with nothing. Literally nothing. The clothes on his back. Purchases I made for him he left behind with family members (TV, furniture etc). Now he's living here almost 14 months and is working full time. During the 14 months he's here, I paid thousands of dollars for his dental work, sent thousands back home to his children, bought his clothes, bought school clothes for his children, cell phones for him and his children, taken him on vacation, provided EVERY aspect of his life. He won money playing a lottery and tried to cash the ticket without me knowing but ultimately I found out and after a week of horrible arguing he agreed to give me half of his winnings. He kept his half, I put mine toward my now huge debt. He allowed me to handle his paycheck and I was giving him spending money weekly and still paying ALL household expenses. NOW he opens up a separate bank account and I have no access to his paycheck. He tells me he needs to "SAVE" money. He needs money for his children and me in the event of an emergency. I don't think it's reasonable for him to save more money weekly than he's contributing to the household knowing the credit card debt I'm carrying. He says he married me for love and not a green card but I'm seriously beginning to doubt that. Help???

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