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ronniebreda

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About ronniebreda

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  • Location Kansas City, MO, USA

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    Missouri

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  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (approved)
  • Country
    Netherlands

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  1. I would be very, very surprised if they brought it up. I was 18 when my husband and I met and we have an 8 year age difference. There were no questions asked related to age or our age difference. We dealt with family being judgemental as well, so I understand that as well. Don't worry about it! It seems like such a big deal when you are going through the stressful immigration process, but you will make it through. Best of luck with the interview!!
  2. In my opinion, you have to remember that these are strangers that have no idea about your situation. If there are gaps or situations that are not explained, then you are just leaving it up to a stranger to assume whatever they want. We had a special situation with health insurance and lease/housing at the beginning of our marriage, so we wrote a letter explaining it and adding any evidence to support the letter. We had no issues. If your marriage is real (which it seems like it is ) have no worries, you cannot assume what they are going to think, they understand that life does not follow an exact path. Hope this helps!
  3. I am so sorry. This breaks my heart and brought tears to my eyes. I know the loss is far too great, but I hope our condolences can help you in some way. Sending the very best your way, -Anna
  4. Thank you! We didn't get a text or email notification. We just looked after a few months of not looking and it showed up in the online portal.
  5. Wow, i am so sorry!! That sucks so much. I don't understand the way they do things at all. Our local office is Kansas City, Missouri. I am sure our office has less cases than many major cities around the country.
  6. Thank you for sharing that! At first, I was worried it was a mistake, because I have read in the USCIS rules that at least one interview is required, or at least I thought!
  7. Thank you!!! We started together and ended with approval on the same date!! Good luck with your naturalization!!
  8. Hi all, we thought we would have an interview since our AOS interview was waived, but I guess not! Removal of Conditions SRC - Texas Service Center 7/19/19 - Mailed to Phoenix Lock-box 7/22/19 - Delivered at Phoenix and Signed for by "T WRGHT" 7/26/19 - Check Cashed 7/26/19 - Text and Email Notification - SRC Texas Service Center 7/29/19 - Received NOA1 dated 7/25/19 9/28/19 - Received Notice that Bio-metrics would be re-used dated 9/20/19 11/9/19 - Received Notice for Bio-metrics appointment 11/18/19 - Bio-metrics appointment completed 4/24/20 - Case Was Received At My Local Office 6/09/20 - Case was Approved 6/15/20 - Approval Notice Received in Mail
  9. Hi everyone, crazy times right now. We haven't been on in awhile or looking at the case tracker because the COVID situation happened and we had our first child at the end of March. We have been in isolation now for almost 2 months. We looked today and saw that our case was moved to our local office! We are one of those that did not have an AOS interview, so I am pretty sure that we are guaranteed a ROC interview. I guess we will be waiting until they start the in-person interviews again. Happy for the movement! Hope is all is well for everyone. Removal of Conditions SRC - Texas Service Center 7/19/19 - Mailed to Phoenix Lock-box 7/22/19 - Delivered at Phoenix and Signed for by "T WRGHT" 7/26/19 - Check Cashed 7/26/19 - Text and Email Notification - SRC Texas Service Center 7/29/19 - Received NOA1 dated 7/25/19 9/28/19 - Received Notice that Bio-metrics would be re-used dated 9/20/19 11/9/19 - Received Notice for Bio-metrics appointment 11/18/19 - Bio-metrics appointment completed 4/24/19 - Case Was Received At My Local Office
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