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jenafid

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    Morocco

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  1. I think you would be fine to apply for the K1. The Casa consulate is difficult because it sees a lot of unusual cases with large age gaps and people applying after spending a week together. Given that you are Moroccan, younger than your fiancé, and have known him several years, I don’t think you will have any issues with a fiancé visa. It would be important to front load your application with proof of the number of visits and their frequency. Best of luck to you!
  2. My husband had his oath ceremony on November 17th. He's a citizen!
  3. jenafid

    I-90 questions

    I just wanted to update on this thread because, luckily, there are not a whole lot of people that lose their green cards. But for those that do, the available information is conflicting. In my husband's case, we lost his green card after we applied for the N400 and between the biometrics and the N400 interview. We did not file the I-90 to replace the green card. It seemed expensive and unnecessary. We also did not file a police report as it was lost in our home (and probably thrown away while cleaning). So during my husband's N400 interview he had to sign a sworn affidavit that his green card has been lost and that it be returned to USCIS if it is ever found. At the end of the interview, he was given that sworn affidavit and told to take it with him to turn in at the oath ceremony.
  4. Thank you. Interview is next Monday, so we shall see how it goes. He is getting a name change though, so I'm not sure how long the wait is for the oath ceremony.
  5. Yes, you can reapply if it is denied. Just do the day calculations again and double check them to make sure that you qualify. It is helpful to use a date calculator. You can google date calculators and then put in the first and last day of a trip and it will count the days in between for you. Pay attention to whether or not it adds the day you left and the day you returned. Ignore the people with judgmental comments. It's none of their business why you are in or out of the country. Best of luck to you!
  6. Good luck on your interview this week!!! Please let us know your experience when it’s over.
  7. jenafid

    We made an oops...

    I would try my best to get the name change request corrected before it's official. Or maybe even get the (incorrect) name change cancelled if it is too late to alter it... then go to court to add the middle name.
  8. It's so strange that hers was processed so much faster than yours. Any idea why that happened? The good news is that you are almost finished!
  9. Which country did the divorce take place? The only time I have read about an irrevocable divorce decree it was in reference to Egypt. If I remember correctly, it was like the first divorce decree is 'revocable' because can change your mind in the first 30 days or 90 days. If you do not change your mind, then once the time period expires you can go back to the court and get a certificate showing an 'irrevocable' divorce. Hopefully someone that knows more than me about this will answer.
  10. They aren’t actually going to mail anything to her. They are just looking for the address where she lives. When they send mail, it is to the US petitioner.
  11. I was hoping yours would come soon. Congratulations! That wraps up the January filers!
  12. I think you are the only one left. Your interview date should come soon!
  13. So happy for you!!! January Denver filers are finally moving!
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