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About Ash&Jaye

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  • Location San Diego, CA, USA

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    San Diego
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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    San Diego CA
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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  1. I agree with this! ^^^ When we filed, I was living abroad with my now husband. We used my parents address as our address and simply sent an updated address to USCIS when we moved.
  2. Although some people say it isn't necessary, I feel like having more evidence and documents is always the smarter and safer way to go! I am a over-preparer, so I gave my now husband all of the documents to take with him. They didn't ask for any of it but it did make both of us feel more secure and prepared. If they asked for anything, we would have had it.
  3. Definitely wait until you meet before you file! You want to make sure you feel the same way in person as you do long distance before taking on the time and financial burden of the visa process! Good luck and have hope!
  4. We are doing great! Thanks so much! πŸ’œ Planning some trips finally! And my husband has finally been able to apply for some jobs! Hoping for some good news for you guys ASAP! You deserve it!!!! πŸ’œ
  5. Hoping some more of you get approvals this week!!!! πŸ’œ
  6. Guys, it's the moment we've all been waiting for. My husband finally has his Green Card in hand!!!!!! πŸ’šπŸ‘ This has been a longgggggg time coming!
  7. Thank you guys all so much! I've been so thankful during this process that we have this site to be able to communicate with people all around the world dealing with the exact same process! You guys are all so sweet! πŸ’œ
  8. Thanks so much! And yes! My husband doesn't want to believe it though! Until he has his Green Card in his hands I think 😜
  9. We filed in November and didn't get AP at all. We got our Green Card interview before AP or EAD. They are soooooo behind right now. As crappy as it is, I would say try not to plan anything you have to be out of the country for. I know there are some other November filers who have missed weddings and funerals back home
  10. My husband and I both got a joint Charles Schwab bank account. Everything is pretty much done online and it is a great piece of evidence to show. Also, do you rent or own your home? If both of your names are on the lease or mortgage, that is also another great piece. I would say to try and gather as much as you possibly can because you got soooooo lucky to have your interview scheduled so quickly!
  11. We took everything they asked for. Originals and copies. However, they didn't ask for almost anything and none of the copies. However, I know that's not the case for a lot of people. So bring all originals and copies. It really varies from officer to officer! So we ended up showing up with 3 folders of evidence πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ Even though we didn't have to show much, it's better safe than sorry!
  12. We had a very similar cover letter! We also only submitted 1 cover letter for the whole packet and it seemed to be just fine!
  13. WE HAD OUR INTERVIEW YESTERDAY AND WERE APPROVED ON THE SPOT! AND GOT A NOTIFICATION THAT GREEN CARD IS BEING PRODUCED! Okay, okay, no more Caps Lock! πŸ˜‚ Here is our interview experience for San Diego. Our appointment was scheduled for 9 am but we arrived about 30 minutes before. It took us about 10 min to get through security because it's basically airport style and we had to take off our shoes. We went upstairs to the waiting area where there was about 20 other people waiting and we waited about 20 minutes to be called. At this point, I was pretty nervous because some of the officers we saw looked pretty stern and we saw a few people come out of rooms crying (not happy crying). We got called in exactly at 9 am on the dot by a young officer who was dressed exactly like my husband! We went into the room and he had us stand to say the oath. Once we sat down, he was super chilled out and asked us for passports, my husbands UK birth certificate and our marriage certificate. He also asked us how we met! And that is literally all he asked for during the entire interview! The whole interview was much more of a conversation than anything! I came extremely over prepared with 3 folders full of evidence and copies and everything we have ever mailed to USCIS. But we didn't show him any of it. I'm assuming they feel they had enough info on us already πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ I asked him if he wanted to see and keep a few of our wedding photos, which he did. He went through the i-485 questions but only a few and that was pretty much it! He said, "I'm going to approve you for the green card. Congratulations!" He walked us out and we were done! 10 minutes total! By dinner time, we got a notification that the card is being produced. I know we had an extremely easy interview compared to some people and I'm honestly shocked by that. I walked in excited but pretty nervous! Husband was cool as a cucumber! πŸ˜‚ Thanks so much for all of the support during this process! I hope you all get answers and interviews scheduled very soon!
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