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About Amadia

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    Tiny but Mighty....Never scared
  • Birthday November 25
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  • Location West Palm Beach, FL, USA

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    Removing Conditions (approved)
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    California Service Center
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    West Palm Beach FL
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    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Our Story
    Long distance relationships are a true test of love and commitment.

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  1. I honestly was not looking at it from a 'strong ties to home' point of view.....more like a mother leaving her kid. I'm a mother of 3 kids (2 at the time of me emigrating) and I did not leave my kids behind. I took the stress of family court and a vile ex-husband and ensured that I had legal permission to bring my kids with me; a decision I will never regret. My ex-husband is STILL not in his own house, does not have his own place or a car and is bouncing around from place to place....I don't even want to imagine what would have happened if I had left them behind with him. I understand that not everyone has the ability to do like I did and each person's situation will differ from mine.
  2. Info from US embassy website: Important Notice Do not sell your house, car or property, resign from your job or make non-refundable flight or other travel arrangements until you have received your immigrant visa.
  3. I've read all the posts in this thread and the one that resonated with me was the post that mentioned her son's biological father refusing to have the son live in the US. If she's refusing to leave him in Mexico but he is refusing to let him move to America, would she willingly leave her kid in Mexico and move to the US to marry you and stay in America to make a life without her son at her side?
  4. Once English translation is already seen on the physical document, you should be fine.
  5. This link should clarify any doubts and possibly help you: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/interview/after-the-interview.html
  6. Sorry to learn of you going thru this. Like another member suggested, maybe posting your letter - omitting private/personal details, of course - we can tell what went wrong.
  7. Your 90-day window to file ROC started on June 29, 2019. When did you mail the packet out? Like the previous poster suggested, read the above thread and gather all the insight you need so as to not make more mistakes during the filing process.
  8. It sucks when there are unknown factors that prevent the simplest things from happening.....like travel to see family members, etc. When you get your interview date, you can request a reschedule of the interview but it has to be a valid reason like a family/medical emergency that would prevent you from attending the original interview date and you must provide supporting docs (if applicable) to show that this was something beyond your control or unforeseeable. In your case, I don't believe planning a trip is deemed as either of the above, so postponing is the best thing you can do for yourself at this point
  9. That is a huge accomplishment.....good for you! Yes, you can start working if you have a spouse visa approval and awaiting green card and ssn.
  10. Your hunch would be wrong since nothing fast is happening at Texas.... 🙄
  11. You can try to maintain the technicality of your friend NOT being married but they just made it VERY married when they posted it to social media. I mean, I get that they probably did it that way so family could be a part of it but they should have thought of that when planning the move to US so the proper Visa could be applied for.
  12. 1 week after.... then 4 days to return my passport with visa foil thru the consulate courier.
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