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  1. @Clairebear Just refer to this page and see Where To File section at the bottom of the page: https://www.uscis.gov/i-129f Not sure why someone would lie about something like that. What an a-s!
  2. @brunt11 I'm the immigrant and did all the paperwork myself with information from official USCIS website and VJ. It's not difficult if your case is straightforward with no red flags. I-751/ROC is simply put a continuation of your I-485/AOS when it comes to evidence submission. Make sure to send in stuff from the time you're married till now. Do not submit only stuff from a few months preceding your filing date. USCIS wants to see proof of an ongoing marriage. Did you have any problems during your immigration paperwork submission or interviews in the past? Any potential red flags? Check out this VJ guide: https://www.visajourney.com/guides/removing-conditions-permanent-residency/ Here's the official I-751 page: https://www.uscis.gov/i-751
  3. DR sounds like a nice vacation spot But please bring at least one friend. Great that they want to help but looking at the bigger picture, your friend or boyfriend really needs to nail a job down there and make his own living however small or big. Because when the time comes to petition him, at least he won't seem like he's an unemployed person just mooching off you and being with you simply for a green card. Despite not finishing high school, truly, there should be some lower level jobs that he could start with. And like @Lucky Cat said, Morocco is a tough consulate. Meet more, spend more time together in person, start saving/gathering evidence from every meeting just in case you guys really end up going for a fiance or spousal visa. You guys will need it.
  4. What country are you guys planning to meet in? This is yet another crucial decision because if you are 100% about wanting to meet him alone, you want to go to a country where it is safe for a solo female traveler and it is easy for you to get help in general and/or access to a US embassy. I would not suggest meeting anywhere remote or a country where you don't speak the language as well as somewhere women are not properly respected. I've traveled a lot as a solo female traveler and my #1 priority is always about safety. And if you've never traveled alone outside of the US before or hardly traveled, again, going with friends can only work in your favor.
  5. Best be careful than sorry! Don't petition someone for any visa based on an awfully short relationship without getting to know each other. If he is genuine, he'd take it slow with you. Petitioning someone has financial implications and you're responsible for them till they work at least 40 quarters or become a citizen, whichever comes first.
  6. I'm not sure where he's flying from but you are right, he will probably be exhausted. I know I was
  7. My husband, then fiance, picked me up from the airport after work at night, welcomed me into our home with a banner hanging in the living room and cooked us dinner. After dinner, we drove to Walgreens to get me some toiletries (I'm picky so he knows not to buy anything beforehand). He gave me half the closet space but I didn't unpack till days later because we pretty much got busy trying to get me/us set up (i.e. getting my SSN, a joint checking account and our marriage license) the day after my arrival. Honestly, main thing is to make space and get the important stuff done sooner rather. You can worry about the rest later. All the best
  8. Say 'technical difficulty/problem'. You should get connected to a human after the system confirms the reason you're calling.
  9. While you wait for someone to answer your question, here's the link to the page on getting the tax transcript online: https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript Simply create an account and download them. The current year may not be available yet but you can always bring the 1040 + corresponding W-2.
  10. You were never interviewed for the AOS and that's why you get one for your ROC. As for the interview, bring the originals of stuff you included in your ROC submission. Also, bring updated documents e.g. if you submitted 2018 and 2019 tax transcripts then bring 2020 tax transcript if it's available, bank statements that came after ROC filing, some new pictures etc. Updated documents are more for a just-in-case instance if they ask for them at the interview.
  11. Here's the December 2020 ROC spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UmCPGDCa8Ffjbc0X-tHb1tNRjRz0IYVWmhT6q4jU53k/edit?usp=sharing I think most have only gotten to the point of receiving biometrics waiver for now. No update on interview being scheduled yet. Also, different service center will has different processing speed. You might get a better idea if you look at the November 2020 ROC spreadsheet. Link can be found at the bottom of the December 2020 thread linked above.
  12. What bulletin? Did you mean the spreadsheet? https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UmCPGDCa8Ffjbc0X-tHb1tNRjRz0IYVWmhT6q4jU53k/edit?usp=sharing
  13. Estimated arrival was March 25, 2021 but it arrived today, March 23, 2021. Yay!
  14. Whatever the SSA officer said previously, it is still true in this situation for the next name change. 10-year GC with maiden name + divorce decree = name match = SSN with maiden name All the best!!!
  15. That is true. If the divorce is actually finalized before ROC is filed, then maiden name (that's reverted to) should be the legal name on the I-751 form.
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