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    Jorgedig got a reaction from SusieQQQ in Wife is a previous Green Card holder and wants to re-apply   
    Clam asylum would be specific to those of us in the Puget Sound area 🦪
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from Kor2USA in Wife is a previous Green Card holder and wants to re-apply   
    Clam asylum would be specific to those of us in the Puget Sound area 🦪
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from JSWH in Case denial- please help!   
    Also begs the question - how does one pay for a 2.5 year hospitalization?
     
    Did she use public funds for this?
     
    I know you're trying to help your friend, but this story just doesn't check out.  I have been an RN for 21 years, and I have never heard of anyone being an inpatient in the hospital, in the United States, for that length of time.  We treat TB in homeless people who continue to live on the streets, as outpatients.
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    Jorgedig reacted to aaron2020 in Would it be a problem to fill i-134 while on workers' compensation?   
    I think you are misunderstanding things.  
     
    If he is not working and receiving worker's comp when you interview, he will not meet the I-134 requirements which means you will not get a K-1 visa. 
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    Jorgedig reacted to Sisi1992 in Would it be a problem to fill i-134 while on workers' compensation?   
    Thank you for the detailed answer! I think this will be relieving for him, so he might stop worrying too much about this ☺️
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from JSWH in Case denial- please help!   
    There is NO WAY that person was in the hospital for 2.5 years.
     Something is very off about this entire story.
     
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    Jorgedig reacted to carmel34 in Wife is a previous Green Card holder and wants to re-apply   
    The US Consulate in Montreal is now VERY strict on US domicile for the USC petitioner, at the visa interview stage.  You'll have to move back to California before your wife can get a spousal visa.  Here's a link to 64 pages from a thread on this specific topic that you should browse through:
     
     
     
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from Kor2USA in Income requirement for I 130   
    It is, but it is frustrating to read your responses, which appear to indicate that you are not comprehending what others are telling you, or even making an effort to understand it.  If you are struggling with the information, you may be one of the few who would benefit from an immigration attorney, vs DIY.
     
    This process requires that you educate yourself.  People here will help, but they won't sugar-coat or spoon-feed you.
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from Marieke H in Income requirement for I 130   
    It is, but it is frustrating to read your responses, which appear to indicate that you are not comprehending what others are telling you, or even making an effort to understand it.  If you are struggling with the information, you may be one of the few who would benefit from an immigration attorney, vs DIY.
     
    This process requires that you educate yourself.  People here will help, but they won't sugar-coat or spoon-feed you.
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from Zoeeeeeee in Wife is a previous Green Card holder and wants to re-apply   
    During the previous administration, I thought about showing up at the Peace Arch crossing between WA and BC, and asking for asylum from Canada 😉
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    Jorgedig reacted to Gunter in Help Please! Stop I-485   
    Honestly I don’t have any information at all, she’s been doing all this on her own. I didn’t even know she was going forward with it I just been busy working. I don’t even know where to begin to put a stop to this, who to contact, what state is processing the I-485.
     
    I’ve been trying the last 2 days.
    i’m really worried because I have a cognitively impaired daughter, and I don’t wanna be liable for her for 10 years. 
     
     
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    Jorgedig reacted to Gunter in Help Please! Stop I-485   
    I’ll just cut to the chase, because I’m running out of time. 
     
    my K-1 visa wife had left me, she has a new boyfriend and is processing the high I– 485 adjustment of status without me. I’m in the complete dark, I have no idea what service center she is going through.  I need to stop it ASAP
    there is the USCIS in California, but what processing center in what state. ?
     
    I want to withdraw the affidavit of support, and sent it to both locations. 
     
    it’s a very horrible story, but in the end she wasn’t a very good person.
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    Jorgedig reacted to Guillaryi in Income requirement for I 130   
    Attention to detail is required if you want to navigate the immigration process on your own. You will run into bigger problems than reading a chart, so please take some time and effort if you want to succeed.
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    Jorgedig reacted to Paul & Mary in Income requirement for I 130   
    It is a minimum - the consulate will determine it's adequacy based on your petition
     
    Please stop and read the chart and the previous posts..   
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    Jorgedig reacted to lalaland in Income requirement for I 130   
    okso..my co sponsor has to make 125% more than 21,775 correct? which is how much?
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    Jorgedig reacted to Guillaryi in Income requirement for I 130   
    You were asking me in PM about DCF Frankfurt and income requirements. In most DCF cases your income is likely to be zero, as only current U.S. income is valid unless you are transferring within the same company. A future U.S. job offer is not valid. Foreign income is not valid.

    The only way to fulfill I-864 requirements without a US sponsor is to use assets. As the immigrant, you can use worldwide assets and need ~110k which is 5x 125% the poverty limit. If you are the sponsor of a spouse, you only need 3x, but guidelines also don't specify whether you can use foreign assets. Either way its entirely at the discretion of the consular officer.
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    Jorgedig reacted to lalaland in Income requirement for I 130   
    oh ok,,its that i read that it had to be 125% the income ans thats why i tought it would be around 100k
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    Jorgedig got a reaction from Coco8 in My fiance was denied - what do we do next?   
    I think something fishy is going on here....
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    Jorgedig reacted to Crazy Cat in My fiance was denied - what do we do next?   
    I think it is inferred.  According to the OP, they met online, and, after 3 months, she visited him for a week.  She also said "Think the next step may be I have to go back. And marry him there".  If he had a B visa, I would expect the question to be similar to "Can we marry while he is visiting me in the US"....
    Anyway, I am still waiting to hear what was said during the interview and what concerns the Consulate Officer had.  Usually, the interviewee can give us valuable information.  Marriage doesn't cure all denials.  
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    Jorgedig reacted to aaron2020 in High school student visa   
    No.  You are not understanding things.
     
    YOU NEED A QUALIFIED US FAMILY MEMBER TO PETITION FOR YOU.  You don't have a road to immigrate to the US through family.  
     
    If you HOPE to get to the US with a work visa, you would need to have a college degree and a QUALIFIED US employer who will go through the expense to hire you.   No guarantee you could even find a QUALIFIED US employer if you get a college degree.
    NO.  YOU HAVE NO PATH TO IMMIGRATE TO THE US.  YOUR AGE DOES NOT MATTER.
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    Jorgedig reacted to aaron2020 in High school student visa   
    No.  YOU NEED A QUALIFIED US FAMILY MEMBER WHO CAN SPONSOR YOU.

    Do you have a US citizen or US green card holder in your family?
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    Jorgedig reacted to SusieQQQ in High school student visa   
    I realize you are only 15 and probably not aware of how US immigration works, but you can’t just “immigrate”. You need a petition filed on your behalf by a US citizen or green card holder close family member (sibling, parent or, obviously not applicable in your case, child; or to be under 21 and a derivative on such a petition filed for your parents), or you need someone to sponsor you for an employment based green card, which will require a college degree and usually some experience and, often, writing US licenses exams. If immigrating to the US really is an overriding goal for you, then (could change) but nursing is probably one of the easiest ways to get an employment based green card, however you would first need to finish high school and an acceptable university at a minimum for that so it’s not something that’s going to happen soon. 
     
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    Jorgedig reacted to aaron2020 in High school student visa   
    You would need to have a qualified US family member who can sponsor you for an immigration visa.
     
    If wanting to immigrate to the US as a minor was a thing, there would billions of kids who would immigrate to the US by themselves.  Minors with no parents.  Not something that happens in life.  So, it's not a thing.  There is no immigrating to the US because you are a minor.  
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    Jorgedig reacted to aaron2020 in High school student visa   
    Your CURRENT intention to VIOLATE the NON-IMMIGRANT requirements of a STUDENT VISA by wanting to IMMIGRATE AT THIS POINT is the MOST COMMON reason to deny you a STUDENT VISA.
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    Jorgedig reacted to Coco8 in High school student visa   
    No, you cannot. On what basis would you apply? Finishing high school in the US? That's not acceptable and there is no path to immigration that way.
     
     
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