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  • Location New Haven, CT, USA

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    Hartford CT
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    Haiti
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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. Where did you book the ticket? You can find your past information on their websites if you have an account. For example if you are a JetBlue TrueBlue member you can see your past flights. If you booked on Expedia you can find your past tickets/bookings. Did you write a narrative about the time you spent together? I arrived in country on this date we moved in to an apartment on this date and lived there from X to X we traveled to this country on this date etc. Along with that add some photos and have them labeled with place, persons and dates. You can also have your entry stamp into/out of the country. Both of your credit/bank statements can show you were both in Spain in May and then you were both in Italy in June etc. For a bit of clarity; your fiance is American and had an apartment in Spain and you are from a European country? And you guys traveled in Europe together?
  2. Do you plan to visit for 2 weeks or 1 month? Whichever it is is what you would put down…
  3. Go by what USCIS says when you can make an inquiry when you are outside your processing time. They are the official source. Visajourney is a separate entity and has no connection with USCIS .
  4. $21,775 is 125% of the federal poverty guideline for a family of 2. $22,930 is the Medicaid income limit for your state for a family of 2. If your wife made $33,000 then you don’t qualify for Medicaid for your state. Regardless, the US citizen is entitled to Medicaid if he/she qualifies and it would not hurt the immigrant adjusting status.
  5. If you qualify for medicaid you probably don't meet the financial requirements to sponsor someone. Do you have someone willing/qualified to be a joint sponsor?
  6. Adjustment of status is the process that you can use to apply for lawful permanent resident status (also known as applying for a Green Card) when you are present in the United States. This means that you may get a Green Card without having to return to your home country to complete visa processing. https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-processes-and-procedures/adjustment-of-status It doesn't exactly spell it out but as you can see you apply for adjustment of status while living in the United States.. therefore you have a status during that time.
  7. Assuming you are in a legitimate relationship and everything you presented thus far is accurate and you are honest at the interview- don’t worry! Be happy you are almost at the finish line 🙂
  8. https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/ You can check processing times here to see if it’s outside of normal processing time. I also suggest to browse the subforum for your country to see if others are in the same boat. Yes, Pakistan is considered a high fraud country, but if the marriage is legitimate and forms were filled out accurately then I would not worry. The husband really needs to take ownership of this however as it is his wife’s case. He would be the one reaching out to make an inquiry to USCIS if case is outside normal processing time, not you.
  9. Please complete your timeline as siblings wait time can be country specific and depending on your state your income requirement may differ. Income requirement would be Depending on your household size . For example if it’s just you- you would need to be able to cover 3 people (you-dad-brother). 125% of the poverty guideline for most states is $21,773. Subject to change as the years go on. You would not submit the I-184 with the initial petition https://www.uscis.gov/i-864p
  10. So you plan on going back home after you visit or go to school? Your brother can not sponsor you: as been said many times in this post. You can apply for a visitors visa assuming you don’t qualify for an ESTA. Your brother has no roll in this. If you are accepted into a university and you can afford it (whether it’s you or brother paying for it) you can apply for a student visa.
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