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  1. https://www.uscis.gov/forms-filing-tips
  2. https://www.visajourney.com/content/751guide
  3. Printer paper is fine. Making a ms word doc is easy, just paste the pictures there and write down the description, dates, locations, people in it, etc, following the picture, print them, that’s it.
  4. p-ana

    Leaving the US before green card arrives

    If she applied to adjust status and leave before getting advance parole or green card, her case will be denied. Her tourist visa should be void by now since she showed immigrant intent, it would also be fraudulent to come into the country with a tourist visa with intent to immigrate.
  5. Im not interested in arguing and know from reading around the OP is very helpful and has great knowledge about high fraud countries and such. Still bothers me to generalize and the statements written here put beneficiaries in a bad light, seems like all of us are morons who can’t read or take directions. Being interested in the process, asking questions and taking responsibility to do the paperwork is very important and can and should be what a beneficiary does during their process. It’s their lives turning upside down.
  6. Agreed to a certain point but it bothers me when people generalize like that.
  7. Not if you file before April. I suggest you keep your tax records handy for the interview though.
  8. It won’t be fast. as said, she will need ead or gc, whichever comes first.
  9. It’s too soon. Not much movement for jan and feb 18 vsc filers so expecting a longer wait. Csc is surprisingly doing a little better for the same months.
  10. As you can see, the consulate staff responded saying they accept copies, that’s a very recent response, so it’s up to date info. If you noticed, my answer you quoted was to the same poster from your linked thread. Hopefully now they know best.
  11. If the green card was not issued, contact us is to withdraw your i864. Try contacting the field office where the interview was held as well. Do it quick so you don’t waste any more time and there’s still time to fix things and not be on the hook for years
  12. you have to divorce first
  13. As already answered, they don’t need wet signatures. If you have good steady income, letters from hr and the bank are really not necessary. Whatever you have right now should be more than enough
  14. That’s unfortunate. I know the doctor in Rio sends it out to the embassy, I opted to go to the doctor in bh because she handed my results by the end of my appointment, I wanted to make sure I had it before my interview
  15. It’s sent to the address you want to if you choose to do it that way. They use Sedex. If no problems occur, it should reach you within 2 weeks. Once they mail it out, you’ll receive an email with the tracking number so you can keep checking the status