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About Sunnyland

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    Fort Lauderdale
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    Me: cooking, photography, pets. My husband: sports, eating (:)), music, ... etc.

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    Naturalization (approved)
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    National Benefits Center
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    Oakland Park FL
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  • Our Story
    We met online in 2006 and since that day we are together. We became friends first and then he came to visit me to Argentina several times. Love has to be very strong to survive distance, we made it.

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  1. You need to upload your marriage certificate into your CEAC account if you will be using your spouse income to complement yours in case your own income does not meet the income requirements. If you are not using your spouse income then I don't think your marriage certificate is needed.
  2. They probably just want to see it and make a copy of it there. That is what they did with mine many years ago when I had to show it to them. You can always get extra copies (certified copy) of you marriage certificate at the courthouse. When we got married we ordered extra copies at the courthouse because we knew we were gonna need them for AOS, etc.
  3. When I did my citizenship I paid with credit card and we had no problem. But in the past we used checks.
  4. Like others already said...It's already starting to look risky if you decide to travel this year again. Next time they may not allow you in and cancel your tourist visa. If I were you I would leave the trip for 2021. As for your medical check-up you can do it in your home country I would guess. Which country are you from?
  5. Follow the guide on VJ and download the forms directly from the USCIS website.
  6. Don't worry. It may take a little longer especially with the postal service having delays due to covid.
  7. Yes for sure I would like to know in what stage of the US citizenship process the OP is right now. Are the parents in the US? Little details that change the whole case.
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