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Albatross

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About Albatross

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday February 9
  • Member # 155268
  • Location San Antonio, TX, USA

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    San Antonio
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    San Antonio TX
  • Country
    Ukraine
  • Our Story
    2 "wrinkles" in this story. #1. RFE for 2 reasons: A. You gotta specifically ASK in a separate letter, for ANY kind of waiver, including for a "general waiver" if you have had 2 K-1 visa applications in the past. Don't think you can just check the block on the I-129f. Gotta write a separate letter! B. Just because a document does not exist, USCIS will not believe it until some other, equally stupid government agency tells them that the document does not exist. #2 Police Clearance MUST include ANY and EVERY surname she has ever had. Including her maiden name even if she got married early... and divorced...ANY name from childhood...

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  1. Gonna ask this again, since nobody answered:   Anyone have any insight as to whether it takes longer to get the NOA2, if you have to ask for a "General Waiver" because you have filed I-129f's twice in the past?  First wife died after 13 years of marriage, second didn't work out, sent her back to Ukraine before the Permanent Green Card application, divorced, so she has NO US status, no Green Card, and is back to living in Ukraine as a Ukrainian. 

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