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About assila

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  • Location Cleveland, OH, USA

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    F-2A Visa
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    Chicago Lockbox
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    Cleveland OH
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  • Our Story
    I am filing for my husband and 2 young sons. Our PD is July 2018.

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  1. Thank you, Richard! You just made my day! My HR manager is going to give me a letter when it gets closer to the time, but it seems like it's almost a guess what the interviewers will ask for... or maybe I'm just nervous! haha Thanks!
  2. If you've got the visa, you should be good to go. Maybe keep your insurance card handy - just in case.
  3. Yeah. I was surprised when she asked me to bring her a copy. Thank you for your help!
  4. I am currently on my mothers healthcare plan. We both work at the same place. I talked to our HR manager about how I go about adding my husband and 2 sons. She told me not to worry because, it's a "life change" event, and I could start my own plan and add them when they arrive. My HR manager wants me to get a copy of the rule that states they need to be insured within 30 days. Does anyone happen to know where I can find that? Thank you.
  5. Petitioner is LPR, the processing center was California, but it was transferred from, I think, Vermont. I'm in Ohio.
  6. Yes. I got approved October 8th, My PD was Aug 1 , 2018. Have not heard from NVC and still does not register on the Immigrant Visa website.
  7. 2 years, 9 months is basically 3 years minus 90 days.
  8. That's how we read it, too. Thought we'd check - just in case we missed something. Thanks, guys!
  9. I came as part of my mother's IR-1 visa when I was 20 - she is now a citizen. I'm 22, and will be in the US for 3 years in February. My stepfather thought I could file at 2 years and 9 months, but he just read that it might be 4 years and 9 months. Is that true? Thank you for your help!
  10. That's a great link from the IRS! After I posted I went back to researching and found that I can't claim HOH because I can't be married, but I see the other reasons, now. Thank you! My eyes are just getting a little tired while I'm trying to figure it out. haha Thank you!
  11. Hello, I am a LPR trying to figure this out, and I'm getting a little confused. I am in US for two years, but my husband and 2 children are in the Philippines. They have never been to the US and are all citizens of the Philippines. Children are under 18. My husband and I were married this last year - 2018, so I need to file as married. He does not really work, mostly takes care of our two young boys. Do I need to get ITIN's for them? I see the options for filing "Married - filing jointly w/1 income," "Married filing separately," or "Head of household." I think it's head of household. Is that correct? I know I can't get the Earned income tax credit for the kids or anything like that. I'm just trying to do this correctly. Thank you for your help! Thank you!
  12. Hi, Don't worry about the age gap - happens all the time. You have enough other evidence, you don't need 36 pages of Snapchat. Just give them a sampling that is representative of your length of time together. You won't need the AOS, yet, because it will take around 2 years for the I-130 to get approved. We filed ours in July 2018, so this is just information I have gathered along the way. Hope it's correct.
  13. This is great. I was just getting ready to ask about this. My husband and 2 sons, 3 and 5, will be coming to join me. I will be sponsor, my mother - now a citizen, will be a joint sponsor, and my stepfather will be household member of joint sponsor. Perfect, this is great. Thank you!
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