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About heatheve

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  1. Haven't logged in for a while. Just wanted to share I also received a biometrics exemption letter last month. Hope everyone is hanging in there.
  2. USCIS doesn't recommend any of those ways according to their filing tips. I had everything organized by paperclips which I ended up removing. I used sticky tabs at the bottom to denote a new section. That's what we did.
  3. My cheque / check was cashed today! Feeling relieved - now waiting for the NOA to arrive in the mail.
  4. I'll be checking my bank account to see if my check gets cashed. My package was delivered to the California Service Center on April 4th and still haven't heard anything...
  5. Wow that was fast. Mine was delivered on April 4th but I haven't heard anything since...
  6. Checked mine and it has yet to be cashed. Hope mine happens soon!
  7. @LinJoe I had affidavits written and signed by my in-laws who we live with (to explain our lack of rental agreement, utility bills, etc.) For credit card statements, I provided everything from the month we got married up until the closure of the card (in November 2017). For T-Mobile I included every statement showing our family plan. I suggest writing a letter to explain any gaps the officer may find in your documentation. My husband returned to school, so we wrote and signed a letter explaining that he left his job to pursue a different career and isn't working at the moment.
  8. You and me both! I've been reading up on N400 and what's required so I won't be as frazzled next year around this time. That's really frustrating. I'm sorry to hear that, hoping for better luck for everyone all around.
  9. Wow that's frustrating. I included a copy of my conditional green card right after my I-751 form, I hope they don't overlook it. Can't provide any advice on your vacation plans, but maybe others can chime in. There's no spreadsheet for April filers, not sure what the best way is to create one. If anyone wants to, please feel free.
  10. We included two notarized affidavits from my in-laws that attended our wedding. We also live with them, so we used the affidavits to explain our living situation (and lack of rental agreement, public utility bills, etc.)
  11. Just mailed our I-751 package to CSC this morning! Used a USPS Priority Flat Rate box and it should reach Laguna Niguel by Wednesday. Was eligible to submit my petition since February 12th and finally got around to it. Looking forward to hearing from other April filers!
  12. Hi everyone, I'll be filing my application soon, would appreciate feedback on the types of evidence I'm providing. I will be including notarized affidavits from my in-laws since we live with them, and therefore do not have a lease or pay public utilities. My husband is undergoing a career change and has returned to school, so we have a gap in employment and income as well which will be explained. Names have been altered intentionally where: CPR = Conditional permanent resident (me) USC = US citizen (my spouse) Exhibit A Original I-751 form Check # for $$$ Copy of CPR's permanent resident card Exhibit B Original notarized affidavit from Father-in-law Original notarized affidavit from Mother-in-law Original letter explaining USC's career change Copy of USC's college enrolment Exhibit C Copy of marriage certificate, where Father-in-law and Mother-in-law were witnesses to the marriage of us Exhibit D Copy of 2015 tax return transcript Copy of 2016 tax return transcript Copy of 2017 tax return transcript Exhibit E Copy of letter from my employer stating joint coverage for health, dental, vision and life insurance from 2016 through present Copy of 2018 benefits for CPR, showing USC as the dependent for medical, dental, vision insurances and beneficiaries of XXX Life Insurance and AD&D policies Screenshot of CPR’s FSA account settings, showing USC as the authorized contact Exhibit F Copies of 1095-Bs for 2016, 2017 for USC, showing CPR as the dependent Copies of 1095-Bs for 2016, 2017 for CPR, showing USC as the dependent Copies of health insurance cards for USC and CPR Exhibit G Copy of CPR’s FSA charges for 2018, showing charges made at XXX for USC Copy of USC's receipt from XXX Copy of CPR’s 2017 dental and vision insurance, showing USC as the dependent Copy of USC's explanation of benefits for vision services incurred at XXX in 2017, showing CPR as the dependent Copy of CPR’s FSA charges for 2017 made at XXXX Copy of receipt from XXX in 2017 Copy of CPR’s 2016 dental and vision insurance, showing USC as the dependent Exhibit H Copy of CPRs 2016 life insurance policy beneficiary as USC Screenshot of USCs IRA beneficiary as CPR Copy of CPR’s 401k beneficiary as USC Exhibit H Copy of signed joint savings account application in April 2016 Copies of Joint savings statements from April 2016 through March 2018 Exhibit I Copy of CPR’s drivers license Copy of USCs drivers license Copy of car insurance policy through XXX, showing USC and CPR are insured as secondary drivers Exhibit J Copy of Mother-in-law's Verizon family plan before switching to T-Mobile, which CPR is now responsible for T-Mobile statements from September 2016 to March 2018 paid by CPR for the household Exhibit K Wave Internet statements from May 2017 to March 2018 paid by USC for the household Exhibit L Joint mail, cards Wedding card from XXX Card from XXX, USC's former manager Wedding invitation to XXX wedding Medical bills (addressed to us separately, same residence) Exhibit M Trips (figuring this one out)
  13. Hi everyone, I'll be filing my application soon, would appreciate feedback on the types of evidence I'm providing. I will be including notarized affidavits from my in-laws since we live with them, and therefore do not have a lease or pay public utilities. My husband is undergoing a career change and has returned to school, so we have a gap in employment and income as well which will be explained. Names have been altered intentionally where: CPR = Conditional permanent resident (me) USC = US citizen (my spouse) Exhibit A Original I-751 form Check # for $$$ Copy of CPR's permanent resident card Exhibit B Original notarized affidavit from Father-in-law Original notarized affidavit from Mother-in-law Original letter explaining USC's career change Copy of USC's college enrolment Exhibit C Copy of marriage certificate, where Father-in-law and Mother-in-law were witnesses to the marriage of us Exhibit D Copy of 2015 tax return transcript Copy of 2016 tax return transcript Copy of 2017 tax return transcript Exhibit E Copy of letter from my employer stating joint coverage for health, dental, vision and life insurance from 2016 through present Copy of 2018 benefits for CPR, showing USC as the dependent for medical, dental, vision insurances and beneficiaries of XXX Life Insurance and AD&D policies Screenshot of CPR’s FSA account settings, showing USC as the authorized contact Exhibit F Copies of 1095-Bs for 2016, 2017 for USC, showing CPR as the dependent Copies of 1095-Bs for 2016, 2017 for CPR, showing USC as the dependent Copies of health insurance cards for USC and CPR Exhibit G Copy of CPR’s FSA charges for 2018, showing charges made at XXX for USC Copy of USC's receipt from XXX Copy of CPR’s 2017 dental and vision insurance, showing USC as the dependent Copy of USC's explanation of benefits for vision services incurred at XXX in 2017, showing CPR as the dependent Copy of CPR’s FSA charges for 2017 made at XXXX Copy of receipt from XXX in 2017 Copy of CPR’s 2016 dental and vision insurance, showing USC as the dependent Exhibit H Copy of CPRs 2016 life insurance policy beneficiary as USC Screenshot of USCs IRA beneficiary as CPR Copy of CPR’s 401k beneficiary as USC Exhibit H Copy of signed joint savings account application in April 2016 Copies of Joint savings statements from April 2016 through March 2018 Exhibit I Copy of CPR’s drivers license Copy of USCs drivers license Copy of car insurance policy through XXX, showing USC and CPR are insured as secondary drivers Exhibit J Copy of Mother-in-law's Verizon family plan before switching to T-Mobile, which CPR is now responsible for T-Mobile statements from September 2016 to March 2018 paid by CPR for the household Exhibit K Wave Internet statements from May 2017 to March 2018 paid by USC for the household Exhibit L Joint mail, cards Wedding card from XXX Card from XXX, USC's former manager Wedding invitation to XXX wedding Medical bills (addressed to us separately, same residence) Exhibit M Trips (figuring this one out)
  14. Hello, I entered as a K-1 last Friday. On my I-94, my first name was entered incorrectly. I contacted a CBP Deferred Inspection site and they were able to fix it and now when I retrieve up my I-94, my first name appears to be correct. The officer that did my name change said in the email: "We corrected your first name in our non-public accessible data base, but this may not reflect the public data base you have access to." I assumed that was the SAVE database. This morning I went into the SSA to apply for a SS card and the lady processing my application was able to find me in the database (which I'm assuming is SAVE), however my name change did not appear on their end - my incorrect name is still present. My question is, does it take a couple of days for a name change to cascade across diferent federal databases? I contacted the CBP site that dealt with my name change, asked specifically if my name was updated in the SAVE-AVSI database, and the officer responded with: "The SSI may need to choose a different database to verify your information, I don't recognize the one you mentioned." Should I contact SAVE.HELP@dhs.gov for help? Thanks.
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