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lotusrose1987

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About lotusrose1987

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  • Birthday 09/10/1987
  • Member # 245350

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Milford
  • State
    New Hampshire
  • Interests
    Horses, Japan, India, Literature, my horse and Pankaj <3

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    Manchester NH
  • Our Story
    We met online and were friends for awhile, but it became something more before we ever met in person!

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  1. Thanks for the tip to include stuff all the way back. I will definitely will make sure I get the joint bank account statements going back to when we opened our first joint account together. I can't really show anything for our car, we have Progressive too, but I can at least show he is on the car insurance for my car. And that the rent is paid from our joint account. I'm really lazy and still have a personal account linked to my other bills (including car insurance) for auto payment, so I just transfer money from our joint account to mine to pay car insurance and my student loans and the car payment as we use the checks I still have from my personal account to pay the car bill. I guess I can highlight on the statements showing the transfers between our joint to my personal and include an explanation.
  2. Next summer, my husband and I will be putting in for his removal of conditions. I am wondering what the interview experience has been for people if you had to do one. We have joint bank accounts, credit cards (I added him to mine, he added me to his when I got one), our lease(s), car insurance, I am on his medical insurance from work. We are mostly homebodies, but I have a few pictures of us when we went to museums and stuff like that. We do not have children, but we have three cats (two he went with me to adopt the cats) and my horse. I was working until we moved for his job, and I am currently still looking. My worry is they will questions the state of our "Wedding" at the interview. We were married at town hall on St. Patrick's day in 2017 because that was the day I could get off from one of my jobs, because I had two jobs at the time he came over. We told everyone we were going, but my mother did not come because she was taking care of my disabled sister and most of my friends had to work, so nobody was in attendance. I do have a picture the Justice of the Peace took for us. Should I be worried about this at all? I do have he wedding cards my immediate family gave us and couple of my friends.
  3. Hi All, My husband got his conditional two-year green card last October. I know we have to apply 90 days in advance for the conditions to be removed before it expires. I have a few questions for anybody that had done the removal of conditions: 1) I read we need to show proof we spent "ample time together". I have copies of our leases (he was listed as tenant on the first one, we never updated it add him as a co-leaser), our bank statements, joint credit cards, our new lease that has both our names (moved to another state). old utility bills that have both our names, car insurance, saved cards from my family and even show he is the emergency contact for our pets. We are not picture people...either of us so nobody is taking selfies nor are we asking people to take our picture. I think we have 3 or 4 photos of us together the whole first year. I was wondering if i should stock on photos of us together in the upcoming year? We usually spend most of our time together at home since we are both homebodies and he's not a fan of my main hobby (horseback riding). 2) If we are assigned an interview, how will he be allowed to keep working if the interview is after his current two-year green-card is set to expire? Do they extend the green-card if we submit all the paperwork and are waiting on immigration to process the removal of conditions? Thank you for your help!
  4. Hi, do you mean Removal of Conditions? I believe this is done in the window period before the initial resident card expires?
  5. We got a notice of approval for my husband's I-485. It states we should get his permanent resident card within 90 days, however there is a disclaimer that although it has been approved they can still verify information. We are curious if this means there is still a chance we will get interviewed. We were under the impression they would do an interview first before they would approved an I-485 application. Just trying to sort it out what the next step is.
  6. Thank you for your replies. We were starting to expect that is is taking longer than 90 days right now for it to be approved.
  7. Hi, I was just wondering if people who submitted adjustment of status/EAD from the K-1 visa in earlier this year (February/March) are seeing it take closer to 90 days to receive their Employment Authorization? Our application was accepted March 23 for the EAD and my husband did his biometrics April 10 as a walk-in. We are still waiting and it is day 82. He called last week for an inquiry as to why we have not received it and they told us to wait 15 days for the answer for the inquiry! Is the USCIS just loaded with cases right now that is making the processing time longer? Just sharing your timeline would be helpful!
  8. My fiance was verbally approved and handed a slip of paper saying he was approved on Feb 24th, but when we check the DS-160 status, it says no status and we only have his Application ID, we did not get a case number from the embassy! They kept all the paperwork, and it says his passport is currently with the embassy. Should we be worried, or are they slow to update as it is the weekend?
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