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  • City
    Arlington
  • State
    Texas

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Nebraska Service Center
  • Country
    Vietnam

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  1. When you file I-485 and received NOA1, you fiancee is authorized to stay.
  2. https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/proclamation-suspension-entry-immigrants-nonimmigrants-certain-additional-persons-pose-risk-transmitting-novel-coronavirus/
  3. I don't think you're qualify under 3 year rule.
  4. The reason USCIS denied your N400 is valid. Just submit another N400 and wait.
  5. Rapid visa is not reliable. The 99.7% approval rate on their website is a lie. When the mom( your wife) become LPR, she can file for her 26 year old daughter( include the 2 year old baby). It will took around 6-8 years from apply for I-130 to visa on hand.
  6. The information on their website sometime not accurate. Apply for US passport need proof of citizenship, and CRBA is the proof.
  7. There is no replacement for 2 year GC. You already filed for ROC, but you will not able to travel since you lost the 2 year GC and the extension letter will become invalid without 2 year GC. If you want to travel, get the stamp from USCIS. There is no new GC until your ROC approved.
  8. My wife back from a trip to Vietnam to visit her mom( before the outbreak) and she fly with Korean Air. Seems like Korean air staffs familiar with expired GC+ extension letter, so she has no problem when fly back to US.
  9. The 2 year GC is not renewable, and your extension letter will invalid without that 2 year GC. Try to contact USCIS to see if you can get the stamp since you will need it to travel in the future.
  10. After Vietnam war( 1975), my uncle come to US as a refugee by sailboat. He has nothing: no house, no car, no job, and no English, but he not give up. He learn English, working 2-3 jobs, and go to school . Hard work pay off, he graduate with Master degree in EE. His child, one is a nurse and one is computer engineer right now. As you can see, life is just a matter of choice, just doing your best and one day it will pay off.
  11. Virtual ceremony will never happen because USCIS will need to spend extra money for IT to implement it. Smaller ceremony is the way to go.
  12. There no need to do that if all 3 I-130 still at USCIS. The only option is at NVC where you can request to link all 3 I-130.
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