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Trymester3

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    Trymester3 reacted to Going through in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    Unless she's moved again since January 24, 2019 they have "officially" updated her address correctly, since she's already received correspondence from USCIS at the new address just last week.....And the new i-751 sent in will also list the new address again, anyhow.....yes, you're overthinking the address part a tiny bit  
     
    Presumably they have her correct address on file if, as you say, she's ALREADY received USCIS mail at her new address last week...  
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    Trymester3 reacted to mindthegap in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    It is permitted and it will work.
    Relax.
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    Trymester3 reacted to EM_Vandaveer in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    Not a problem, they understand that she is the same person who is using her maiden name now but went by her married name prior to the divorce.
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    Trymester3 reacted to MohU3 in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    Nothing to worry about. They already know that. Just don't forget the brief letter explaining what happened with the missing mail. 
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    Trymester3 reacted to MohU3 in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    Yes, you can use just a copy, but if she was requested an interview, you will have to provide the official certified copy or the original one. also don't forget the divorce decree (also a copy).
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    Trymester3 reacted to EM_Vandaveer in USCIS Denied I-751 Case due to their error, please help   
    OP most definitely required to explain why it is filed late. 
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    Trymester3 got a reaction from Chardon Ne' in Seeking Advice for my soon-to-be Ex-wife   
    Well, I'm not sure how long the divorce will take, and I don't want to lie and say that the marriage is still good just so that she can beat that "removing green card conditions" deadline. What do you guys recommend as the best course of action.
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    Trymester3 got a reaction from rohandlulu in Question about debt   
    Hello,
    I sent in my I-129F on Nov. 1st, so I know we are nowhere near done with this process, but my question pertains to my debt. I have some serious student loan debt, and perhaps some medical bill debt as well. Will this be a factor, or come up at all when it comes to determining if my fiancee and I will be able to get married. She is Japanese and I am from the USA. I do intend to pay off the student loan debt, but don't really feel comfortable paying it anytime soon. Even if its not an issue now, will it become an issue during the Affidavit of Support part of our step-by-step process. By the way, I plan on having my mother on as a co-sponsor.
    As far as how things are going, she emailed me 2 days ago and tells me USCIS says the status of our case is: "initial reviewing"
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