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    Calicolom got a reaction from Adventine in I 751 interview   
    I know a case, where the K-1 Husband/Immigrant left and lived with another women. When he found out, he could not adjust, he begged to come back to her, and adjust together. She took him back, and he adjusted. He promptly left, the first wife, and went back to the second one. The son of the K-1 first wife wrote a letter to USCIS about the fraud he committed. Several years later this fraudster went to get his citizenships. It has been 4 years since he applied, he has heard nothing from them, in 4 years. I believe he will not get citizenship, because of the letter the women's son send. It must be laying on file with the citizenship application, and no action is being taken. At this point it has been 5 years since he applied, to become citizen. He is scared to ask or inquire about his citizenship application, thinking he may get in trouble for the past fraud he committed. Here is the best part. He was with this second women, together in Colombia, where they lived together. She also did a K-1 with someone else. This was the plan, she and he, both committed visa fraud, to get and live together in the US.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Rocio0010 in I 751 interview   
    I know a case, where the K-1 Husband/Immigrant left and lived with another women. When he found out, he could not adjust, he begged to come back to her, and adjust together. She took him back, and he adjusted. He promptly left, the first wife, and went back to the second one. The son of the K-1 first wife wrote a letter to USCIS about the fraud he committed. Several years later this fraudster went to get his citizenships. It has been 4 years since he applied, he has heard nothing from them, in 4 years. I believe he will not get citizenship, because of the letter the women's son send. It must be laying on file with the citizenship application, and no action is being taken. At this point it has been 5 years since he applied, to become citizen. He is scared to ask or inquire about his citizenship application, thinking he may get in trouble for the past fraud he committed. Here is the best part. He was with this second women, together in Colombia, where they lived together. She also did a K-1 with someone else. This was the plan, she and he, both committed visa fraud, to get and live together in the US.
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    Calicolom reacted to Zoeeeeeee in I have a couple of questions   
    I can't see why they would waive the fee, to be honest. I know it was lost under very unfortunate/traumatic circumstances...but it was still lost for a reason outside of USCIS's responsibility. 
     
    I have absolutely no knowledge of when and why they do issue waivers, so this is just me guessing by the way - but they're not normally known for their compassion.
     
    I know that wasn't the answer you were looking for - and 100%, definitely try - worst that can happen is they say no. I hope it goes well for you 🙏.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Kor2USA in Bomb drop...in-laws want to immigrate to USA. HELP   
    You married the Family. I moved to Colombia 3 years ago. We have a tiny little house. A few month ago we had 23 people here, sleeping on the floor. I feel they took me in as family, They have never taken advantage of me in any way. I always welcome them. I married the family, this is my family. 
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    Calicolom reacted to Adventine in My boyfriend is planning to overstay in the US   
    Sorry to say but I think you are better off without a boyfriend who doesn't want to face his responsibilities as a father.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Kel_H in Giving birth   
    I don't blame her, she is smart, she knows if she keeps up her retirement/health insurance payment, it will cost her next to nothing, to have a baby in Colombia. My wife went back several times to Colombia, to have hand surgery done in Colombia, when she was a green card holder. Everyone is covered in Colombia. the medical and and big farma have brainwashed the American public into believing the US has the best health care system. yes the best, but not affordable to everyone. The politicians making the laws, have the best private health care in the world. When are people going to wake up, they are just scamming us.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Jack wendell in Giving birth   
    I don't blame her, she is smart, she knows if she keeps up her retirement/health insurance payment, it will cost her next to nothing, to have a baby in Colombia. My wife went back several times to Colombia, to have hand surgery done in Colombia, when she was a green card holder. Everyone is covered in Colombia. the medical and and big farma have brainwashed the American public into believing the US has the best health care system. yes the best, but not affordable to everyone. The politicians making the laws, have the best private health care in the world. When are people going to wake up, they are just scamming us.
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    Calicolom reacted to canadian_wife in Need assistance for green card   
    Nothing is automatic.  There is an old belief that marriage to a US citizen grants automatic citizenship.  That is not the case.
     
    Where, like your Crazy Cat asked, is your husband now. 
     
    Good luck
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    Calicolom reacted to Allaboutwaiting in Age gap issue?   
    Doing well, thanks.
    And I'm the complete opposite: paying a lawyer would take away my peace of mind. 🤪
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Adventine in Cases stuck at the NVC/ Lawsuit   
    Lawyers, take cases, knowing full well they can lose a case. They always get payed. Not like normal trades.
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    Calicolom reacted to Jorgedig in Cases stuck at the NVC/ Lawsuit   
    Every single lawsuit thread posted here on VJ last year received cautionary replies from seasoned members about the risks vs. benefits.  No one listened, and people got all bent out of shape about VJ members not 'supporting' the K-1 visa category, and indignant about "how can the government do this to us when we're in love" etc.  
     
    I hope they won't send your petition back to USCIS to expire, but honestly I'm not surprised that they are using this tactic when people try to force their hand.
     
    And for future readers:  lawyers are happy to take your money and sue the DOS, but by participating, you take risks.
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    Calicolom reacted to Crazy Cat in My fiance was denied - what do we do next?   
    Usually, the person who was interviewed has a pretty good idea of why a case is denied.  We need more information from him.  
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Adventine in Health Insurance for parents over 70   
    When I retired, we moved to Colombia. The main reason was, HEALTHCARE cost. I was on Medicare, Some diabetes prescription was not covered, the average cost $270 a month. We pay $100.00 per month, for insurance in Colombia, Medication copay for any medication $1.00 I just had major surgery here. This was in a world class hospital in Cali $65.00 copay for upgraded services. All doctors, and nurses spoke perfect English.    
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Russel1995 in Moving to Mexico and SS payments overseas?   
    I moved to Colombia, 3 years ago. I never regret this move. Medial is excellent ad almost free, with my wife insurance, for $100.00 a Month. I just had a mayor operation, in Cali, this was a world class hospital. 80% of the staff spoke fluent English, the rest was learning, payed by the Hospital.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Mike E in CR1 Advice   
    These Lawyers that know the Immigration process, most likely used Visa Journey, as there Guide.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Jorgedig in Green card for my cousin who is spouse of us citizen   
    Pakistan Is a high fraud country. Just like Colombia, where there is a Visa Agent on every corner. No application needed, you will get A US green card, right from the agent in Colombia. He has issued many green cards For any country you desire. FOR A PRICE 
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Tella&T in Bomb drop...in-laws want to immigrate to USA. HELP   
    You married the Family. I moved to Colombia 3 years ago. We have a tiny little house. A few month ago we had 23 people here, sleeping on the floor. I feel they took me in as family, They have never taken advantage of me in any way. I always welcome them. I married the family, this is my family. 
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    Calicolom reacted to SteveInBostonI130 in DCF Frankfurt i130 Question   
    Hello,
     
    DCF is only for exceptional circumstances.  The textbook example is you working and living in your spouse's country as a temporary resident, and your company giving you short notice (1-2 months) of transferring you to the US.  Or military personnell based in the country and being transferred to another post. 
     
    Things that are not exceptional circumstances:  change of attorneys, changing from using an attorney and doing it yourself, visiting your spouse's country and wanting to go back to the US, etc.
     
    Everyone waits a long time for the interview.  They maintain the long distance relationship via chat, calls and video.  They occupy their time with hobbies.  They visit each other, either in the spouse's country, the US (provided the spouse has a vaild visa or VWP) or a 3rd country.  Some couples have to wait only a year, others several years.  This is not a process for the light hearted.  It is long and grueling.  We all do it because we feel we have found that special someone and that they are worth the time and tribulation.
     
    Now that you have a US passport for your daughter, and assuming your spouse still qualifies for VWP, you can travel together to the US to visit your parents.  Your spouse will need to return to Germany to for the interview, but she can visit for the permitted duration of the VWP.  Or your spouse can apply for a B2 visa to visit up to 6 months.   This is at the discretion of the CBP officer at your port of entry in the US - they can deny her entry if they feel she will try to stay and not return.
     
    You are months away from the NVC stage of the spouse visa, but you should start thinking about the affidavit of support.  You stated that you quit your job - without qualifying income, you will need a joint sponsor lined up.  
     
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Chancy in Immigration Attorney Processing Time   
    It depends how much you willing to pay the lawyer, you get what you pay for. 
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    Calicolom reacted to arken in Bringing Wife's Son, His Wife & Newborn to visit USA from Thailand   
    Something that is not required or asked for by a US embassy cannot make a difference for a positive outcome.
     
    Thinking the sponsorship letter made the difference is same as thinking the sun revolves around the earth as it looks like that way from outside when in fact it isn't.
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    Calicolom got a reaction from JSWH in Health Insurance for parents over 70   
    When I retired, we moved to Colombia. The main reason was, HEALTHCARE cost. I was on Medicare, Some diabetes prescription was not covered, the average cost $270 a month. We pay $100.00 per month, for insurance in Colombia, Medication copay for any medication $1.00 I just had major surgery here. This was in a world class hospital in Cali $65.00 copay for upgraded services. All doctors, and nurses spoke perfect English.    
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Nathan&Cata in Selfemploy without W2 and 1099   
    I never send W-2 or 1099 for either my wife or my stepson. Tax transcripts and copy of tax return 1040 worked every time. 
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    Calicolom got a reaction from Asia in Bomb drop...in-laws want to immigrate to USA. HELP   
    You married the Family. I moved to Colombia 3 years ago. We have a tiny little house. A few month ago we had 23 people here, sleeping on the floor. I feel they took me in as family, They have never taken advantage of me in any way. I always welcome them. I married the family, this is my family. 
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    Calicolom reacted to -MDV- in Help!! I registered to vote by accident   
    I just don't understand if they are just trapping immigrants with this voting registration. English is not the first language of most immigrants and It takes only 1 mistake to be registered wrongly. But when it comes to immigrations they request immigrants to show as much evidences and paperworks that  they have and all these complicated forms and processing. But when it comes to registering to vote, how come they don't even ask to show any evidence of being a US citizen? And eventually use it against the immigrants when they apply to naturalize later on when they registered accidentaly. Where is the credibility of the American election, if it's that easy to register and possibly vote? 
     
     
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    Calicolom got a reaction from iy2020 in Bomb drop...in-laws want to immigrate to USA. HELP   
    You married the Family. I moved to Colombia 3 years ago. We have a tiny little house. A few month ago we had 23 people here, sleeping on the floor. I feel they took me in as family, They have never taken advantage of me in any way. I always welcome them. I married the family, this is my family. 
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