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Joyoussinger last won the day on February 1 2019

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About Joyoussinger

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  • Location Wall Township, NJ, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Wall Township
  • State
    New Jersey

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • 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. Yup! Definitely bring along photos of yourselves and with the family. Even though they aren't considered to be strong evidence, the IOs always seem to ask to see them at AOS interviews.
  2. Your wife can be on Obamacare. I was able to add my husband with no trouble at all. It's not considered being a public charge, if that's what's worrying you
  3. I'm sorry. I didn't realize that. I don't remember having to wait when I did it myself, but that was a while ago. I'm sure you have enough evidence. Good Luck tomorrow!
  4. You can get your transcript immediately, and you'll have it to bring with you! Go to https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript Even if you submitted it in July, it should be available. You'll be able to download it.
  5. And even if you don't have it by the time of the interview, it won't matter. I haven't put my husband on the title for my house, and we had no problem at all. We were able to show statements for our joint bank account, both names on our health insurance, and utility bills with both names. It was enough. So send your application in now and I wish you the best of luck!
  6. Does your wife's ssn appear on the credit report? If so, then I don't think the misspelling of her first name would matter.
  7. Tax transcripts are preferred because they prove you actually filed. They are usually pretty easy to get. Mine was ready less than two weeks after I electronically filed my taxes.
  8. This has nothing to do with which version of the form she used. It's pretty specific in what they need. She should just follow the directions and send them what they're asking for, even if she has to send duplicates of evidence she already submitted. They want tax forms and supporting evidence for the most recent tax year. She can send her husband's 1040, but transcripts from the IRS would be better. Make sure you've signed the form. Good luck!
  9. Congratulations! It's great to see things starting to happen again!
  10. Photos are only considered secondary evidence, and are not as important as the other evidence you have collected, although it is good to have them with you. My (then)fiance and I only had a couple of photos at the time of his interview, having only met once, and we were fine.
  11. Our situation was similar in that my total income is not the same as my gross income on my income tax. I receive Social Security Retirement Benefits, which are not taxable so, even though there is a line for this on the 1040, it's not added into my total income. I included a letter explaining this, a letter from Social Security verifying my payments, and bank statements which show that the money is deposited each month. We had no problem at all. I know this isn't your specific situation, but I hope it helps a little. Money deducted for retirement, as @geowrian illustrated, is still income even though it may not be taxable at this time.
  12. Yes. They will do all these things and they do, sometimes, make mistakes. So, in addition, to all the things you'll have to do yourself anyway, you will have to do your own research to be sure your application has been completed correctly.
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