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Hypnos last won the day on February 7 2019

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  1. Your marital filing status is set by whatever it was on 31st December of that tax year. So for 2019 your filing status would be either married filing jointly or married filing separately.
  2. You would need to concurrently file an I-130 and an I-485, and their supporting forms and documents.
  3. Unless she's an actively deployed member of the US armed forces, she must attend.
  4. They wanted either your aunt's complete tax return, which includes all forms and schedules she submitted (not only the 1040), or a tax transcript, which has all of that information on it by default. You will probably need to reapply, this time supplying all of the information and documents they request.
  5. No. They would see you had been issued a K-1 visa in their system even if you didn't present it to CBP. You can attempt entry on the VWP but it's a ####### shoot whether you'll actually be admitted when you have a K-1 too.
  6. Yep. I've got the citation somewhere and will try to put it here if I remember later.
  7. No US state requires a SSN in order to obtain a marriage license. However if you do have an SSN then you're obligated by federal law to provide that number on your application.
  8. Read https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-12-part-g-chapter-2 "Involuntary Separation". You may be able to argue that your still in a bona fide marriage despite being separated most of the time. This would then allow you to file under the three year rule. Be sure to provide lots of proof that speaks to the validity of your marriage.
  9. For most countries, no, unless it's a significant departure from cultural norms. In a western country, no.
  10. Nigeria is a high-fraud country. This is why it's far more difficult to obtain a US visa from there. It's not "unfair" but simply life. You can thank other Nigerian citizens who have committed visa fraud in the past on a large scale and made it very difficult for genuine cases to obtain a visa.
  11. A single three week visit is unlikely to be enough for Lagos.
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