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Joyoussinger last won the day on February 1 2019

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About Joyoussinger

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  • Member # 244373
  • Location Wall Township, NJ, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Wall Township
  • State
    New Jersey

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Mount Laurel NJ
  • Country
    Australia
  • Our Story
    Neil Milliner and I met on a musicians’ website called ReverbNation in January 2015, and from there we connected on Facebook. Our friendship began as we commented on each other’s statuses and grew quite solid as we continued over several months. Neil’s wit was fun, and he was very easy to share ideas with. I found myself posting things I knew would interest him, so he would comment. He always did! We flirted, very nervously at first, each not sure that the other was feeling the same attraction. Having a planet between us has been frustrating and sometimes, painful, but could not keep us apart. We began text messaging and video chatting on FaceBook. We discovered that we both write poetry and decided to collaborate on a book, “The Poetry and Prose of Jodi DiLiberto and Neil Milliner. We’ve also written a song together, and it’s been played on several radio stations! Neil and I began to realize we have so much in common in our passion for music and poetry, our love of nature, and our beliefs in natural living. It was undeniable that we had fallen in love and it became unthinkable that we should live the rest of our lives apart. We decided that we wanted to marry and began making plans to bring that about. We knew we had to meet in person, and we began researching the K1 Visa process and organizing our finances to make this happen. Our relationship has been multi-faceted. While physical contact has been absent; emotional, artistic, and intellectual contact has not. We go on dates via Google Earth, where we choose a place to meet virtually and explore it together. We have tea together every day and have gone on breakfast/dinner dates while we chat. In September 2016, Neil had saved enough money to visit me! The anticipation was so exciting and the next couple of weeks seemed to take forever, but on October 11 he was here, in New Jersey! He stayed with me, at my house, and being together, in person, was better that our most wonderful dreams! We went for walks, took a day trip, visited some local places, looked for a lovely setting for our wedding, and were just able to be together. Neil even did some much-needed repairs around the house! Neil formally proposed, presented me with a lovely ring, and I joyfully accepted! We are planning to have our wedding in Wall Township, NJ. After ten idyllic days, when it was time for Neil to leave, we felt like we were being torn apart. Once again, the Earth was too big and lay between us. Neil is back in Australia now, and we are again continuing our relationship via Facebook chat as we fill out the paper work and gather evidence of our relationship for the K1 Visa.

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  1. We found a Civil Surgeon in Monmouth County, NJ who was willing to do just the vaccine portion for $100. This was almost two years ago.
  2. There would be a check in the box at the bottom left, where it says Vaccination Documentation.
  3. We printed two pages with three photos on each. They show us with family and friends. With my photo editor, .I wrote captions for them. You really don't need many photos as they are not considered strong evidence. That's a good thing because Covid limited the amount of time we were able to visit with people.
  4. Of course not! It costs them $85 to transfer that info from one folder to another! 😂
  5. We sent evidence from the date of our marriage, which was only 7 months before our AOS. It wasn't much more to add and we thought it was worth not taking the chance, just in case they would want to see it.
  6. You can find out a lot about what is happening right now with other people who have filed in October by joining their thread. Good Luck!
  7. I felt the same way! I watched the tracking continually, too, until I got the email.
  8. They don't use the word "waived", because it's not actually waived. They're just able to reuse the ones you've already done, so you don't have to do it this time!
  9. Yes, and that was hard! On the bright side, it feels to me that every step we take, every application we file, and every interview we attend is an affirmation of our commitment to each other. Every approval is a celebration!
  10. For the form, it's line 9 of your 2020 tax return, which your total income.
  11. I hope it doesn't take that long, but even if it does, we're together! That's the important part.
  12. My intention was not to stress you out, but to make clear to others who might see your advice that bank statements , if they are sent, should cover the entire span of the marriage, or at least the entire span of the existence of the account. People have gotten RFEs for this. That's a fact. Knowing this fact can save from this particular stress those who haven't sent theirs yet.
  13. I do remember your mentioning that and appreciate that you took the time to share it. Lawyers are known for making mistakes with immigration issues. If you look around this site enough you'll see mistake after mistake that lawyers have made.
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