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    hellraiser got a reaction from Fuad_Bangladesh in N400 honest mistake   
    There is nothing better than being truthful in this journey.  Explain your situation when you are being asked. However  making correction even When you aren’t asked may not be a wise thing to do.  Be relevant with the questions during interview and explain when you couldn’t write both on the form. 
     
    Best of luck. 
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Shohel hossain in Public   
    This is a fairly standard process.   Advanced processing is a step all male candidates go through.   I would encourage you to find more about advance processing and not to worry about it if you have a clear background.  It usually takes two months to years and is usually something you cannot avoid no matter what you try to do. It’s not something wrong with you are your wife what the application rather part of the standard process and you have to go with the timing.  It usually takes two months to years and is usually something you cannot avoid no matter what you try to do. It’s not something wrong with you are your wife what application rather part of the standard process and you have to go with the timing.  
     
    Best of luck and don’t get frustrated, Rather prepare for the next steps.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Aviinashh in Passport spelling different than other documents   
    I doubt this will be a problem in any shape or form. The embassy in Bangladesh is fairly aware of this kind of technicalities and would not make a big deal out of it. In case you get question about it explain it without any hesitation, let them know that you are fully aware of this difference and it is beyond your control.  
     
    Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Penguin_ie in Offical passport for spouse visa   
    Dear Mni432
    Unfortunately I can not. There are some decisions you will need to take and live with the consequences. This is one of them. If US embassy protocol does not allow to stamp foreign governments passport with immigration visa, whether you will need to surrender your current visa and get an ordinary one, that is a decision you have to make. Beside you are worrying about your passport way too early, long before you will have an interview.
    There are many hurdles you have to pass before you face the interview in Bangladesh. After so many discussion, it turns out your fiancé is on LPR and till now you have no clarity on the entire fact; however you persistently kept talking about something that doesn't make any sense. What any reasonable person in your position would do is this;
    1. Go and educate yourself with the entire flow of immigration process and timing for LPR.
    2. Find out the facts as you will need it to support your position throughout the entire process.
    3. Understand what you have and what you will need
    Many people answers correctly to you for a very long period of time, but for some weird reason, it seems that you are not willing to listen. If that is the case, you will never find any answer to anyone. Also, don't try to use incorrect information or hide behind wrong or falsified information. US Immigration has zero tolerance policy against lies.
    Thanks,
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Marc_us82 in Offical passport for spouse visa   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    Seems like you are not asking any specific questions and is spawning off to another based on a suggestion. If you keep spinning on to your questions, you will never find some reasonable answer. Also read the entire answers and don't just pick and choose words or lines.
    From my past answers you picked one piece of information as informative but didn't probably read this "There is nothing guaranteed when it comes to US immigration and if anyone is promising something to you is simply lying". After waiting for 9 months to five years of waiting you MAY become eligible for interview only if you pass the verification required by USCIS. In one of you past thread I put some information on the strep by step visa process by this website. This will tell you that you all the processes you have to complete with USCIS and NVC (don't ask me what they and spends some time reading of that link) before you face the interview. Don't think those are some paperwork rather officers do run background check to judge the validity of your application. It checks the applicants (your future spouse) credibility, capability and trust ability and the NVC will proble both of you including the validity and authenticity of your marriage. They will grill and relentlessly look for documentation and will not move forward unless they are satisfied. And if you think the interview officials at Dhaka Embassy are not aware of legal/illegal things, you would be dreaming.
    Your passport issue is simple, US will not stamp an immigration visa on a government official passport. Now figure that out. No one will give you a guarantee on getting approved and subsequently getting the visa. So whether you want to resign from your job or not, you need to figure that out.
    Few things that you should learn before posting your topic to confuse the heck out of all in this website:
    1. Lots of people here are really knowledgeable about the legal process of immigration and not illegal matters.
    2. Many will share their own experience with you. That doesn't mean that's the law, rather it worked for them. You are supposed to learn from their experiences and try to see if you can educate yourself
    3. There is no one specific rule for immigration. Everyone will go through their own unique journey and can only solve it for themselves using the suggestions and ideas of others.
    4. Neither of these people here are acting either as your lawyer. You didn't pay anyone for their service either, so be thankful unless someone is behaving the other way.
    5. Don't solicit for illegal Infirmation.
    6. Use your common sense and judgement.
    Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from JFH in Offical passport for spouse visa   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    Seems like you are not asking any specific questions and is spawning off to another based on a suggestion. If you keep spinning on to your questions, you will never find some reasonable answer. Also read the entire answers and don't just pick and choose words or lines.
    From my past answers you picked one piece of information as informative but didn't probably read this "There is nothing guaranteed when it comes to US immigration and if anyone is promising something to you is simply lying". After waiting for 9 months to five years of waiting you MAY become eligible for interview only if you pass the verification required by USCIS. In one of you past thread I put some information on the strep by step visa process by this website. This will tell you that you all the processes you have to complete with USCIS and NVC (don't ask me what they and spends some time reading of that link) before you face the interview. Don't think those are some paperwork rather officers do run background check to judge the validity of your application. It checks the applicants (your future spouse) credibility, capability and trust ability and the NVC will proble both of you including the validity and authenticity of your marriage. They will grill and relentlessly look for documentation and will not move forward unless they are satisfied. And if you think the interview officials at Dhaka Embassy are not aware of legal/illegal things, you would be dreaming.
    Your passport issue is simple, US will not stamp an immigration visa on a government official passport. Now figure that out. No one will give you a guarantee on getting approved and subsequently getting the visa. So whether you want to resign from your job or not, you need to figure that out.
    Few things that you should learn before posting your topic to confuse the heck out of all in this website:
    1. Lots of people here are really knowledgeable about the legal process of immigration and not illegal matters.
    2. Many will share their own experience with you. That doesn't mean that's the law, rather it worked for them. You are supposed to learn from their experiences and try to see if you can educate yourself
    3. There is no one specific rule for immigration. Everyone will go through their own unique journey and can only solve it for themselves using the suggestions and ideas of others.
    4. Neither of these people here are acting either as your lawyer. You didn't pay anyone for their service either, so be thankful unless someone is behaving the other way.
    5. Don't solicit for illegal Infirmation.
    6. Use your common sense and judgement.
    Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Harpa Timsah in Offical passport for spouse visa   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    Seems like you are not asking any specific questions and is spawning off to another based on a suggestion. If you keep spinning on to your questions, you will never find some reasonable answer. Also read the entire answers and don't just pick and choose words or lines.
    From my past answers you picked one piece of information as informative but didn't probably read this "There is nothing guaranteed when it comes to US immigration and if anyone is promising something to you is simply lying". After waiting for 9 months to five years of waiting you MAY become eligible for interview only if you pass the verification required by USCIS. In one of you past thread I put some information on the strep by step visa process by this website. This will tell you that you all the processes you have to complete with USCIS and NVC (don't ask me what they and spends some time reading of that link) before you face the interview. Don't think those are some paperwork rather officers do run background check to judge the validity of your application. It checks the applicants (your future spouse) credibility, capability and trust ability and the NVC will proble both of you including the validity and authenticity of your marriage. They will grill and relentlessly look for documentation and will not move forward unless they are satisfied. And if you think the interview officials at Dhaka Embassy are not aware of legal/illegal things, you would be dreaming.
    Your passport issue is simple, US will not stamp an immigration visa on a government official passport. Now figure that out. No one will give you a guarantee on getting approved and subsequently getting the visa. So whether you want to resign from your job or not, you need to figure that out.
    Few things that you should learn before posting your topic to confuse the heck out of all in this website:
    1. Lots of people here are really knowledgeable about the legal process of immigration and not illegal matters.
    2. Many will share their own experience with you. That doesn't mean that's the law, rather it worked for them. You are supposed to learn from their experiences and try to see if you can educate yourself
    3. There is no one specific rule for immigration. Everyone will go through their own unique journey and can only solve it for themselves using the suggestions and ideas of others.
    4. Neither of these people here are acting either as your lawyer. You didn't pay anyone for their service either, so be thankful unless someone is behaving the other way.
    5. Don't solicit for illegal Infirmation.
    6. Use your common sense and judgement.
    Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Mni432 in Offical passport for spouse visa   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    Seems like you are not asking any specific questions and is spawning off to another based on a suggestion. If you keep spinning on to your questions, you will never find some reasonable answer. Also read the entire answers and don't just pick and choose words or lines.
    From my past answers you picked one piece of information as informative but didn't probably read this "There is nothing guaranteed when it comes to US immigration and if anyone is promising something to you is simply lying". After waiting for 9 months to five years of waiting you MAY become eligible for interview only if you pass the verification required by USCIS. In one of you past thread I put some information on the strep by step visa process by this website. This will tell you that you all the processes you have to complete with USCIS and NVC (don't ask me what they and spends some time reading of that link) before you face the interview. Don't think those are some paperwork rather officers do run background check to judge the validity of your application. It checks the applicants (your future spouse) credibility, capability and trust ability and the NVC will proble both of you including the validity and authenticity of your marriage. They will grill and relentlessly look for documentation and will not move forward unless they are satisfied. And if you think the interview officials at Dhaka Embassy are not aware of legal/illegal things, you would be dreaming.
    Your passport issue is simple, US will not stamp an immigration visa on a government official passport. Now figure that out. No one will give you a guarantee on getting approved and subsequently getting the visa. So whether you want to resign from your job or not, you need to figure that out.
    Few things that you should learn before posting your topic to confuse the heck out of all in this website:
    1. Lots of people here are really knowledgeable about the legal process of immigration and not illegal matters.
    2. Many will share their own experience with you. That doesn't mean that's the law, rather it worked for them. You are supposed to learn from their experiences and try to see if you can educate yourself
    3. There is no one specific rule for immigration. Everyone will go through their own unique journey and can only solve it for themselves using the suggestions and ideas of others.
    4. Neither of these people here are acting either as your lawyer. You didn't pay anyone for their service either, so be thankful unless someone is behaving the other way.
    5. Don't solicit for illegal Infirmation.
    6. Use your common sense and judgement.
    Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Mni432 in Fiance lost citizenship through divorce, now wants to marry me, age gap (split)   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    You probably have no idea what you are talking about. So let's make this clear to you:
    - once you become a US citizen you does not change.
    - you can get divorced x number of time and no matter what your spouse does, it will have no impact on your immigration status.
    All the information you are providing to get some suggestion are based out of incorrect information and I don't think anyone can give you the right information. So please find out the right information and then people's with similar experience can help you. What you are saying just doesn't make any sense as that don't happen either by law or by any chance.
    You can always get married and depending on her immigration status the application process will take different amount of time (IR1/CR1 could be a better/safer option). During the entire application process you will be need to prove your marriage in various ways and finally have to convince in person at Dhaka Embassy. Age would not be a big problem but questions will come as that. It that common in Bangladesh, but it's not a deal breaker.
    For you to appear before an interview will probably take long time if she didn't file an application yet. For IR1/CR1 this may take 9 months to 5 years for you to get an interview drowning in her status (GC or citizen) and if you visit the step by step guide here: http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1
    . As you will be filling the I-130 form, this will also state what USCIS will need from you. After you are done with USCIS then NVC will let you know what they want and when they are satisfied, your case will move to Dhaka embassy.
    So get your story straight and the. Think what you will do. If you get the VJ users confused, I can't imagine what you will do the the visa officer. So please make sure you know the entire process first and then know what you are doing, else you will just get into trouble.
    Best of luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from daigo in Fiance lost citizenship through divorce, now wants to marry me, age gap (split)   
    Dear Mithukhan432,
    You probably have no idea what you are talking about. So let's make this clear to you:
    - once you become a US citizen you does not change.
    - you can get divorced x number of time and no matter what your spouse does, it will have no impact on your immigration status.
    All the information you are providing to get some suggestion are based out of incorrect information and I don't think anyone can give you the right information. So please find out the right information and then people's with similar experience can help you. What you are saying just doesn't make any sense as that don't happen either by law or by any chance.
    You can always get married and depending on her immigration status the application process will take different amount of time (IR1/CR1 could be a better/safer option). During the entire application process you will be need to prove your marriage in various ways and finally have to convince in person at Dhaka Embassy. Age would not be a big problem but questions will come as that. It that common in Bangladesh, but it's not a deal breaker.
    For you to appear before an interview will probably take long time if she didn't file an application yet. For IR1/CR1 this may take 9 months to 5 years for you to get an interview drowning in her status (GC or citizen) and if you visit the step by step guide here: http://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1
    . As you will be filling the I-130 form, this will also state what USCIS will need from you. After you are done with USCIS then NVC will let you know what they want and when they are satisfied, your case will move to Dhaka embassy.
    So get your story straight and the. Think what you will do. If you get the VJ users confused, I can't imagine what you will do the the visa officer. So please make sure you know the entire process first and then know what you are doing, else you will just get into trouble.
    Best of luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Anitafeliz in NEED HELP FOR WITHDRAW I-130   
    Sorry, unfortunately I can't help with an idea or estimate. However, I was thinking inline with Anitafeliz and I think that answer is lot more realistic.
    Even when I applied for my wife, I read somewhere in the process that as nothing is guaranteed, she can pursue other immigration applications, if they are in pipeline. Similarly, if your marriage didn't workout and your application is stuck in the process, you should be able to collect documents that proves your marriage is not valid anymore (like a divorce letter), submit it to USCIS for the previous case and submit for K1. If in the K1 process requires previous marriage information, you can submit it with your documents. If not, then you have to take a chance for RFE and like Anitafeliz said, submit your information for that waiver.
    Again, please be aware that I am just making guesses.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from NikLR in When to present the original documents?   
    Except for interviews, you should not send bring originals anywhere unless specifically asked.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from jaberjasim in marital status   
    Hello,
    I am not sure what a "Marital Status Certificate" is and never heard of this document as a requirement in my limited knowledge. If both of you are married for the first time, all you will need is your marriage certificate and Nikahnama. Both can be translated in English by the same authorities who issues the original one in Bengali. When you are going to send it to NVC you send a photocopy and even that doesn't have to be attested by anyone because you will need to bring/submit the orginals for interview. What he hear that docs needs to be attested by foreign ministry is just not required unless specifically instructed. The marriage registry office is the legal, official authority accepted by te embassy in Dhaka.
    Good luck.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from dcho in Visa Interview   
    The process is simple but with no control with exact timing.
    once a case is approved, NVC will send the information the embassy. Based on the load at the embassy they will determine when the interview will be scheduled and convey the message back to NVC. After interview, it can take 3 weeks to 3 months to get your interview scheduled. Usually it's underb2 months but I've seen it taking 3. NVC does not schedule the interview and is done locally the embassy.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Pakhi in Administrative processing - Bangladesh [edited title]   
    Hello Pakhi, are you on AP? what's the status, when was it? What was told in the interview? Can you shed some more info on the interview?
    Thanks,
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    hellraiser got a reaction from NikLR in mistake on DS260 please help   
    It seems like you are simply not understanding couple of things NLR explained and asking the same questions:
    1. You don't need to bring academic certificates on immigration interview
    2. If you made a mistake and asked question on that during interview, you can say that was a mistake. This usually is not big a big deal depending on extent of the mistake. You one is a not a serious one.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from TBoneTX in INTERVIEW   
    Yes. That is correct. You get your passport stamped with the visa and anse ales envelop. I really don't k ow what's inside, but I guess all the papers that the Immigration Officer needs to process your entry at the POE (point of entry).
    And yes, you collect both from Saimon Center (guessing you are in Dhaka and that's your pick up location). Again if te envelop is NOT sealed, contact the embassy ASAP stating your situation. Mistakes can happen from any side and if there was a mistake from embassy (if there was) let them correct it.
    Best wishes.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from nh.hasan in I can't continue my USCIS immigranr fee payment   
    Azim - this may not apply in your case (http://www.uscis.gov/uscis-elis)
    nh.hasan: is there a reason for you to out that "0" for a white space? I am not sure about the ELIS account but based on what I've seen, you may not need that zero if you have 9 digit number. Also you may try with or with out the A. If you got your application recently approved, you may want to give few days for the system to get updates? Finally you can always call the USCIS helpline.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Aahil in Early interview Request (both overseas)   
    There are cases where an early interview date or request for changing the date was granted and is a sole discretion of the embassy. So there is no harm in trying.
    However keep in mind; once a case is approved by NVC they send a list of cases to embassy on a regular basis and embassy tries to set the appointments in a timely manner and their schedules are pretty tight. Trying to accommodate someone mean someone in the list needs to be pushed back and there can be a domino effect. Beside embassy may run some basic check with cases which takes some time as well. Based on the reasons you are trying to get an early date MAY not get you what you want as they aren't complelling enough for an early date. However you never know and you can always try.
    Good luck. If you get lucky, please share your luck/experiences with the forum.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Natasha&Noor in AP   
    Not sure if you all are aware; but you can reach out to your respective comgressperson and/or senators and make a formal request theough them. Just to make it very clear, this does not either gets the petition approved or expedites it in any way, but just that you bring it to the attention of some.
    If you are playing by the books, don't get disheartened or frustrated. Nothing beats the fact that your case is genuine and you have nothing to hide. You have seen few bad apples getting away with lies and don't know millions that gets rejected permanently and there will always be some idiots who would say things (about timeline) without have any clue about the process. Why am I not surprised!!!!! If you aren't very well prepared, plan in advance this MAY (again may) take longer and sometimes no matter what you do, you will get caught with the beauracratic process. As you are at the end part of it; just hold your patience and stay positive. All I can say that this ugly experience will make you realize how valuable you are to each other.
    Best wishes for you.
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Natasha&Noor in AP   
    For some countries, it's pretty mandatory where as it can be triggered for various reasons. Once you are in AP various conditions will dictate how long one may stay in AP. However; like I said it doesn't mean anything negative unless you hear a rejection. Even if you do, you can appeal and fight on your case...
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Natasha&Noor in Thoroughly confused. Need some advice/ Suggestion   
    Guys I am not asking anyone to take a backseat. All I wanted is to find out is the OP's priorities. If someone wants, they are entitled to get married on top of Mount Everest or even on the moon. I thought the priority of OP is to bring his wife on time. Getting married in Italy may (MAY) sound sexy but the spouse will face interview where? If in her native country, you may not have much idea on the embassy over there. Also documents that are specific to countries will be easier to manage from home country.
    And I was merely suggesting of doing to official/govt. formalities earlier and then do whatever OP wants. He can go and have wedding party in Italy, Timbuktu or Siberia. I may sound conservative....
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    hellraiser got a reaction from Natasha&Noor in Thoroughly confused. Need some advice/ Suggestion   
    I think you are going to make it unnecessarily complicated. What is your plan? To Bering your fiancé ASAP once she completed her school in 2017?
    Instead of all these u would recommend one of the suggestion. Get married in your native country and you can complete any ritual formalities whenever you want but register now. Start the CR1/IR1 process now and keep it simple for you. This is a long process and you will need to send docs to few different parties and you will be asking for trouble/delay if you fail to provide what they want on time.
    Do a ceremony in Italy or Vatican or wherever but register in native country and kick off the process early. With IR1/CR1 you can finish it in less than a year if you are proactive and work within the process. Again, you may as there is no certainty with the immigration process.
    Best wishes for you. Good luck
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    hellraiser got a reaction from My&Truong in need quick answers   
    Passpoet, interview/appointment letter. Usually they will send a list with what your fiancé will need to appear for interview; however accessing the security to go for interview may not require all of them. Though this may vary by countries but in general a passport and appointment/interview letter would be enough.
    Good luck with your interview
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    hellraiser got a reaction from NBari247 in What documents are needed for IR1 / CR1 interview   
    Check this out carefully http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/immigrate/immigrant-process/interview/prepare/interview-preparation-required-documents.html
    Also you should call the baddy to find out if she would need something based on country of reciprocity
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