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missileman

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About missileman

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    Husband of Beautiful Taiwanese Princess
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  • Location Fate, TX, USA

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    Removing Conditions (pending)
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  1. My suggestion is to get married, get the legal marriage certificate, gather any documents you want to front-load the I130 with, then submit.......You might want to study this guide: https://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1/ Might be best with option #2.
  2. No reason to worry. You have authorized stay while the I-485 is being adjudicated......
  3. Been waiting since May 29th........It depends on the workload at your local office...could be well into next year.....
  4. The I-134 is not legally enforceable....he is off the hook.
  5. You can wait as long as you want.......but after the I-94 expires (90 days after entry into the US), you will be out of status and subject to deportation....Once you file the I-485 you will be granted authorized stay (not a legal status) while the I-485 is being adjudicated......there are no advantages to waiting.....
  6. He can not enter the US via a tourist visa/ESTA with the intent to adjust status. That is visa fraud. In addition, he can not live in the US during the spousal visa process. He can make short visits to the US during the process. Currently, the average spousal visa process is 12-18 months.....from filing to interview.
  7. Does she have a visa which would allow her to visit the US?
  8. That is standard procedure not to tell you anything. Costs vary........
  9. He likely will have his interview in Lagos unless he legally resides (other than a tourist) somewhere else.
  10. My point is pretty clear. Your life....your choice....your risk......take the risk or obey the law as written. https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/do-i-really-need-carry-green-card-me.html "If you are 18 or older, you do have to carry your green card with you. Section 264(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (I.N.A.) requires all lawful permanent residents (LPRs) to have “at all times” official evidence of LPR status. Failing to have your green card with you is a misdemeanor and if you are found guilty you can be fined up to $100 and put in jail for up to 30 days. (I.N.A. Section 264(e).) A copy is not good enough, because the law does not use the word “copy” or refer to “other evidence” of LPR status."
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