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  • Birthday 02/17/1988
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  1. Hello Visa Journey! I'm really at a point right now where I'm just overwhelmed with this whole process. I don't feel to fabricate or manufacture evidence after the fact we've received and RFE, as to me it just looks like its being done out of convenience at this point. What we sent off to USCIS originally included: photo's, statements of our shared bank account, medical power of attorney, affidavits from friends, Lease agreement letter and a 2016 tax statement. Looking back I should've sent every page of evidence from what I have listed but I only sent a few pages from each document (not smart!!). Since the original ROC application was sent out the only real update in terms of valid evidence I feel would be I recently got health coverage from my job in which my wife's name is included on, rent receipts from our family friend who we live with and more affidavits from friends and family. I'm really not trying to pull out the " feel sympathy for us"card but we haven't had the easiest time since being married. As I stated before we live with a family friend who we pay to stay with so we don't have any utilities or actual hard copy bills per say. For a long period of time my wife wasn't working so it was me picking up multiple part jobs to support us. We do have a joint account that has been active since 2016 but no credit cards because her credit is shot! I've tried plenty of times to apply for credit whether it be secure or not and have had no success getting approved,which is odd because my social security would be considered spanking new. I've recently been approved for an amazon " Credit builder" card maybe I can state this in my packet to show as some proof me trying to get things in order?!? In the RFE Letter USCIS states the evidence is insufficient because the information doesn't cover the period of date from marriage until now which I understand because I didn't make full copies of the transcripts I submitted. What has me confused is the letter also states don't send previous copies of what was previously submitted My question now is do I not resubmit the full transcripts along with the updated evidence I now have? Should we maybe write a letter explaining why we don't have certain evidences requested on the list? I'm now wondering if this is even worth fighting for and considering returning home to Canada with my wife I understand its all protocol on their end but every case is unique in a sense. ever Answers would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
  2. Congratulations on your approval!!! Hopefully we hear back from USCIS on the status of our case soon. Thank you all for the sound advice. I went to my HR department at work and had that matter rectified rather quickly when I brought in my extension letter. It turns out the letter wasn't even on file when I originally brought it in at hire.
  3. Hi Visa Journey! So long story short my Conditional Green card expired back in 05/22/18. I sent out form I-751 before my Green card expired and was given an extension letter valid for 18 months from the expiration of my Green Card. I received a letter from my employer a few days ago stating that my "Green Card and extension letter are not valid to extend my employment". Correct me if I'm wrong but if my extension letter was issued on 06/11/18 and my Green card that expired became void on 05/22/18 wouldn't I technically have between now and until 11/22/2019 to work and travel legally? Especially seeing how the government issued my extension letter for 18 months? I'm really confused and stressed at the moment. I also received this notice below when I went to check the status my application? Should I be alarmed? Answers would be great thanks! "On March 19, 2019, we transferred your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number XXXXXXXX, to another USCIS office. That office now has jurisdiction over your case. We sent you a notice that explains why we moved your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by April 18, 2019, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address."
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