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  1. I feel you. I tried replying a million times but in the end I don’t really have much to say, as in tips or suggestions or advice, or else I myself would be in a better situation now. Truth is I’ve been here for 4,5 years and only 90 days ago I got a somewhat good job in a field similar to my educational background in Brazil... Moving, I knew I’d have to adapt and whatnot but didn’t think it would be as hard as it’s been. Not only did I have to “suck it up” countless times, I felt defeated and worthless... in the end you just gotta do what you gotta do. I worked retail for over 3 years, something I would’ve never done back in Brazil, but it paid my bills, gave me something to do for myself, ended up with great American references.
  2. Explain in your cover letter, just like you did here, why those evidences are missing. edit: 2. You can ask but it’s very unlikely they will send that back to you. NEVER send them originals unless explicitly asked.
  3. Most doctors/ medical facilities will only see visa applicants if they already have set up their interviews, and in order to do that, you need to submit the ds160
  4. A few years back someone had a setback with their passport delivery because the correios truck was intercepted by criminals. he had to get a new passport and work with the embassy to have another sealed envelope set up can you do it? It’s really up to you. Should you? Not really. what’s the rush anyway?
  5. Paying for a taxi service won’t be much either
  6. Don’t buy tickets without having the visa in your hand.
  7. They won’t send another one. you need to call uscis and explain your situation, so they can schedule you for an appointment at your nearest field office to get a passport stamp to act as your green card while you’re still waiting edit: remember you can apply for n400 to try and speed things up
  8. Oh wow, still haven’t fixed that? did you try any of the suggestions on your last thread?
  9. If it’s an authorized user on one of yours, yes.
  10. Your receipt notice should have an address at the left hand corner where your application is being processed, i would use that. Not sure what the error is, maybe try calling and talking to a tier 2 officer so that can be corrected
  11. It’s probably going to be up to the consulate officer to accept her as a suitable sponsor. I’d be ready with a joint sponsor anyway since she hasn’t been working in the US for at least 6 months and was working overseas the years before.
  12. There are plenty of examples on the ROC forum, have you looked there?
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