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Luckycuds last won the day on June 16

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About Luckycuds

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  • Location New Haven, CT, USA

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    We met while I went to Haiti to volunteer and he was the translator and volunteer coordinator for one of the NGO's we worked with. We stayed in touch and I went back a few months later and we taught English together at a community center.

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  1. What’s the point in filing a k1? Foreign fiancé unable to visit the US and American fiancé unable to travel currently to foreign country. It is a significant hassle and can take months and a lot of money to get a legitimate marriage certificate in a foreign country. Marriage in foreign country may not be in English and the American can’t understand. American fiancé wants their family to be present at the marriage. Neither spouse wants to live apart AFTER marriage.
  2. The problem is you helped someone commit immigration fraud. I don’t see how you don’t see that’s the problem. How do you prove that isn’t the case with this one?
  3. I’m sorry you didn’t look into your options sooner. Is there a reason why he doesn’t want to stay in the US after he arrives and you get married? Is he not planning on leaving his job? Were you planning on maintaining 2 separate residences?
  4. And wouldn’t we all “like” to have “free public health care”. If you can’t afford yourself one questions why you are able to bring others to this country 🤷🏻‍♀️
  5. Personally I would bring the letter. Age 26 was the cut off (not 31 FYI). My husband didn’t have to register since he arrived after age 26 but we have obtained the letter because we have needed it in order to apply for financial aid in the past.
  6. I am going to assume you are talking about Medicaid. That will have a negative affect on her immigration status.
  7. It’s against the rules of the site to tell someone not to post. Maybe if you explained that a 78 year old would like to sponsor someone you would get a different response. We aren’t mind readers. Personally I don’t know any 78 year old that hasn’t worked in their life but okay. She will face an uphill battle but it’s possible with a joint sponsor that makes more than enough.
  8. I’m only going to comment on the covid part. One; Don’t expect a vaccine to be available the end of this year or early next year. Two; it’s not a be all end all; the majority of the population will have to be vaccinated for there to be a huge response. Personally I’d not use covid as an excuse for the above reasons, the fact that you are keeping your mom in a country with a higher rate of covid than China (again your reasoning doesn’t meet the facts) and masks may be a solution for years to come... she was able to arrive in the US with a very bad heart condition so she can depart the US with a very bad heart condition. See how using covid doesn’t help your situation? Good luck in whatever you choose. If your mom is denied her extension she will receive a ban From the US so make sure your ducks are in a row before submitting and be honest.
  9. The joint sponsor has to fill out the affidavit of support along with the primary sponsor. Maybe it’s time to get a job like the rest of us?
  10. You are not missing anything. Application support centers (where you obtain the biometrics) have been closed and some have onLy just reopened up in July. They will have a backlog of all those cancelled appointments since March as well as new ones. For example our cousins appt got cancelled the 3rd week of March due to a Covid and they haven’t yet been rescheduled. Just stay patient and you will eventually receive the notification for your appointment.
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