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About millefleur

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  • Location Portland, OR, USA

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    СПб - PDX

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    Removing Conditions (pending)
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    National Benefits Center
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    Russia
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    USC + Russian husband. 🌹

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  1. **Moved from Off Topic to General Immigration-Related Discussion; question is related to medical exam and interview**
  2. **Moved from General Immigration-Related Discussion to US Immigration News and Discussion**
  3. **Moved from General Immigration-Related Discussion to Working & Traveling During US Immigration; topic is travel**
  4. **Moved from K-1 Fiance(e) Visa Process & Procedures to AOS from K1 and K3 Family Based Visas**
  5. **Similar threads merged. Please do NOT post the same exact question multiple times as this is considered spamming the boards; keep all discussion related to your original public charge question to this thread** VJ Moderation
  6. Are your kids US citizens? If yes, they don't need a visa. If not, look into getting them citizenship via Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA). As far as I know as a US citizen, you can pass the citizenship along to the kids if you are their biological father.
  7. You just have to keep checking every day (perhaps multiple times a day) until an appointment opens up. It can take weeks or even months.
  8. **Moved from IR-1 / CR-1 Spouse Visa Process & Procedures to US Citizenship General Discussion**
  9. You don't have to show proof that you are currently domiciled in the US, merely you must show that you intend to re-establish domicile there. Have your parents write up a letter saying you will stay with them, show your bank statements/credit cards/any mail that shows you've kept up your US address, driver's license or ID card, also include a cover letter stating your intent to re-establish domicile in the US (hence why your spouse also needs to get a visa and com with you). You can also evidence that you are leaving Germany. When I did DCF, I got a letter of resignation from the employer abroad, I switched my visa from work visa to private visa (so basically I lost official "residency" abroad) and I showed them this as proof of my intention to leave and go back to the States and again, just include info in your cover letter about when your last day in Germany will be and your tentative dates to relocate back to the US will be.
  10. Frankfurt office is still open as of today's date (and has no "closing soon" note unlike some other offices), so it may still be an option for OP. Best thing to do is just contact them and find out: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/international-offices/germany-frankfurt-field-office
  11. **Moved from US Immigration News and Discussion to National Visa Center (Dept of State)**
  12. **Moved from What Visa Do I Need - Family Based Immigration to IR-1 / CR-1 Spouse Visa Process & Procedures** They will accept any translation as long as the person who translated it certifies that they have fluency/ability to translate in between said language and English. Yes, you need to print out photos. For USCIS, everything that is not in English needs to be translated, that includes marriage certificates, etc....basically everything. Since you got married recently, focus on evidence related to that: receipts, invitations, photos, etc.
  13. **Moved from General Immigration-Related Discussion to Tourist Visas**
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