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Ms. Arely C.

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    Female
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    Oregon

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Country
    Mexico

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  1. Hi Everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day We mailed the I-751 package on Friday April 25, 2020 and USPS tracking said it was delivered on Monday April 27, 2020 in Arizona. We received the notifications text and according to the USCIS case status, we’re supposed to contact them if we haven’t received our NOA by May 27, 2020. Today is June 1, 2020 (5 days past May 27th.) I understand if there is a delay due to Covid-19 but I am starting to get worried. Should I call and ask for information on why I haven’t received/if they sent one or should I wait a few more days? Thank You! 😄
  2. Our evidence is: -Copy of our child’s birth certificate and baptism certificate. -Copies of joint federal taxes from 2017-2019 (we got married in 2017) -copy of both of our license’s showing same address -copy of our auto insurance policy -copy from our bank account stating joint bank account & debit cards -copy of some expenses and my husbands direct deposit into our joint account -copy of a joint personal loan -copy of joint phone line account -original sworn affidavit from my parents stating living arrangements (I was recommended this by another user since we don’t have a lease) -copy of flight booking information and receipt from a family trip 6 months ago -copy of our pet’s certificate of vaccines showing pet ownership -copies of letters sent to my husband and I showing same address (I read in another thread that some people recommended sending letters with both names sent to my parents address since we don’t have any bills under our name except for our car insurance) Should I send a letter stating I don’t have insurance with my husband because I already have insurance through my moms employer until I am 25? And a copy of her insurance card with my name on it? My husband and child have insurance through my husbands employer. That’s pretty much all I am sending as evidence. I am not sure if that’s good but compared to others I seem to have a short list 😟 that’s why I wanted to add an affidavit for my parents stating we live with them.
  3. Good to know, Thanks! I saw other threads where they had the parent's SSN's. date of birth, place of birth and date when they became Resident's or US Citizens but I figured I would add their SSN Does it HAVE to be notarized? My parent's get out of work after the bank closes and due to COVID-19 our bank closes earlier than usual plus we can no longer walk inside, we need to go through the drive up 😕
  4. Hi Guys! So I had a delay on sending our joint I-751 petition but we're getting ready to send it out on Monday (in 2 days ) As suggested on my previous post, I made a sworn affidavit for my parents stating that we live with them and we will be living with them until we save up some money for our own place. I am not sure if this is good, I was given links with very good information on how to make the affidavit but I am pretty nervous since I tried to make it 1 page but I am not sure if I did good or if I should make changes. I would appreciate it if someone could give me some feedback. I replaced my information with fake names, addresses and dates. But that is exactly how I have it arranged. Please let me know how I did and if I should add, remove or change a few things. Thank You in advance Homer Jay Simpson Marjorie Jacqueline Simpson 742 Evergreen Terrace Springfield, Texas 98765 USCIS P.O. Box 21200 Phoenix, AZ 85036 April 18 2004 RE: In connection to petition to remove the conditions of residence for: Nelson Mandela Muntz Alien Registration Number: A-xxx-xxx-xxx To whom it may concern, We, Homer Jay Simpson and Marjorie Jacqueline Simpson , hereby testify that our daughter, Elizabeth Marie Muntz born on 05/09/1981 in Baconville, USA, has been living at 742 Evergreen Terrace Springfield, Texas 98765 since she was born and her husband, Nelson Mandela Muntz, entered the US on a K-1 visa on March 5th 2001 therefore they have been living together with us in our home, 742 Evergreen Terrace Springfield, Texas 98765 since 03/05/2001 We were present at Lisa and Nelson’s first and only wedding in Springfield, Texas on 03/20/2001 and at our granddaughter’s, Zia Marie Muntz , birth in Baconville, Texas on 04/01/2001. They are happily living with us and will continue living with us until they save enough money for a place of their own. We assure they have a true and loving relationship that was entered in good faith. Thank you for the opportunity to share this information with you. Please contact us at (939)-555-0123 if you have any questions or require additional information. I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the foregoing is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Sincerely, Homer Jay Simpson Marjorie Jacqueline Simpson Date of Birth: 05/12/1953 Date of Birth: 03/19/1953 Social Security: 123-45-6789 Social Security: 012-34-5678 ____________________________ __________________________________________ Homer Jay Simpson Marjorie Jacqueline Simpson
  5. Yes I do but it’s black and white ink 😅 I am not sure how much more ink I have left but I will definitely give it a try! Thank You
  6. These links are helping me so much! I tried googling different ways to ask question’s but I don’t remember seeing these links pop up 🤔 😅 Thank You Very Much! ☺️
  7. I tried looking for some on google but they were all affidavits from friends 😅 but thank you for the link. I looked at it and it has very helpful information :) Also, do I need to add their social security, phone number, copies of their driver’s license, etc? (Question 2) Thank You! :)
  8. EDIT: The reason we are living with my parents is because we are saving up for a house or an apartment. (Not sure if I should add that to affidavit from parents.) And the reason we are giving my parents $200 is because my Dad co-signed my husband when we financed our first car. But my Dad and husband’s names are under the car loan. My name isn’t included but we have proof of withdrawing an extra $260-$300 (cash) a month for the car payment. Not sure if I should add that as a “supporting document” that my Dad also helped us finance a car?
  9. I didn’t know that! :o I’ll look into it since I am planning to send the packet this week. Thank You! :D ❤️
  10. Hi guys! Hubby and I are working on the I-751 packet for my husband. I posted a question 2-3 days ago and as you can see on #3 at the picture I have attached, I was told to have my parents get an affidavit attesting to our living arrangements since my husband, child and I live with my parents but I have a few questions. 1) Do both my parents need to make their own letter or can it have both their names on one letter? 2) I’ve looked at older threads and examples and they all provided the parents address, social security number, Date of birth, place of birth, when they became residents or citizens, copies of parents and beneficiary/spouse drivers license, letters mailed to parents and beneficiary/spouse with the same address, and parents phone number. They also stated to send receipts of bills we pay but we don’t pay bills. We only give my parents $200 a month to use on any bills they want. •Is the response the person gave me on my previous post gave me enough information to write a sworn affidavit or do I need to add all of my parents information like the older threads/examples I saw? I would really like an update or an example letter please 3) Does it need to be notarized? Thank You 😊 Response from previous post mentioning affidavit from parents 👇🏼
  11. EDIT: cover letters I saw are from 2015-2018* but I haven’t seen any recent ones from 2020
  12. Hi Guys! My husband’s Conditional GC expires the first week of July 2020 and the 90 days before it expires starts today so we’re getting ready to file form I-751 (removal of conditions) but I have a few questions. 1) I am having a hard time with the cover letter. I was starting to work on the cover letter and looked at other cover letters but I noticed some people had their cover letter as “Texas lockbox” or “California service center” but I checked the USCIS website for the address and it is: For U.S. Postal Service (USPS): USCIS P.O. Box 21200 Phoenix, AZ 85036 The cover letters I saw are from 2015-2019 and I haven’t seen any recent ones from 2020 and I’d like to know if there is a specific lockbox or service center I need to add (I live in Oregon) or do I just use the “po box 21200 Phoenix, AZ 85036 in my cover letter? 2) For the money order: do I get $680 (filing fee is $595 + biometric fee is $85 which = $680) and as the memo “I-751 filing fee + biometric fee” or do I need to get a separate money order for the filing fee and the biometric fee? 3) I wanted to send pictures as proof of relationship after our marriage 2 years ago to present date and our child’s birthday is next week but due to COVID19 we had to cancel our child’s birthday party (that means no family picture 😧 ) and we’re not going out (only to the grocery store) therefore I can’t print out pictures at my nearest Walmart. Should I include a letter stating why I won’t be sending pictures, is it okay if I don’t send pictures or do I need to send pictures? I don’t want to get any RFE’s for not sending pictures 😧 I have other documents as proof of relationship like joint bank account, car title/insurance policy with both of our names, a personal loan with both of our names, plane tickets from a recent out of the country trip, our child’s birth certificate and baptism certificate, etc. Only thing we don’t have is our own home/apartment since we live with my parents. Thank You in advance! Stay healthy
  13. Thank You Guys So Much! I really appreciate it! 😄😄😄😄 I wanted to be 100% sure and your answers are very helpful! Oh how I love this site 😅 Thank You Once Again!!! 💕
  14. Hi! So before I asked my questions, I would like to tell give you a few details so my question will make more sense -My husband came here through the K-1 Visa, we got married 1-2 weeks later, our child was born 2 weeks after that and a year later (last year) he got is conditional green card approved. -My parents were our sponsors when I sent the Fiance Visa Petition as well as the AOS (since my income wasn’t enough my parents had to be the co-sponsors.) My question is: Can my child and I get Medicaid even if my parents are our co- sponsors? And Can my child and I get Medicaid without it affecting my husbands Removal of conditions for his conditional green card? I know a Resident can’t get any type of government help till 5 years after he’s become a resident. My parents are our sponsors and as sponsors they have to care for us financially until we are financially stable. We live with my parents right now and my husband has a job and we Filed our taxes as married but since my husband got his job, we don’t depend on my parents financially anymore. I just don’t want to get Medicaid and then they somehow end up making my parents pay back the $ cus they’re financially supporting us even though they’re not anymore. Is this all possible or am I just really nervous and stressed that I am overthinking? My husband’s insurance doesn’t cover much for him & our child so we want to get Medicaid for my son so it can at least cover my sons appointments. Thank You in Advance
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