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About Pavel1982

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Texas Service Center
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  1. Since She can't come until finishing her degree, then why don't you go and married there. Then apply for CR1. By time she will finish her degree, her will probably done (or almost done) with her immigration process. In this process, she will enter USA with green card
  2. Pavel1982

    Administrative processing

    Yup. Not much you can do now but wait. They have to verify those documents before they assign you visa
  3. Documents will not be in queue for viewing until you have a case number and you supposed to send a copy of the police certificate to NVC. Otherwise , you will get a checklist for that. Police Certificate is valid for one year
  4. You can go to one of the FedEx Office Print & Ship Center or Staple Office Print & Ship in Birmingham,AL
  5. I think this what she got .Copy of the medical report in an unsealed envelop and separate sealed yellow envelop (when they returned her passport). But I told her to check with US embassy anyway just to make sure
  6. she did get a separate yellow envelope when they returned her passport. Is that make any difference or still need to contact embassy?
  7. My wife got visa. She just told me something that i am bit concern about . She told me that medical report envelop that she got from US Embassy is open, not sealed.Is that going to be a problem? Should i tell her to contact US embassy for getting it back sealed?
  8. Thanks for your input. Just don't want anymore headache after going through year long immigrant process
  9. Hi All, My wife got approved for immigration VISA. She wants to travel Bhutan (she can get visa on arrival) before US with her parent for 3-4 days before coming to US. Is there any restriction about traveling different country before coming to US for the first time?
  10. Pavel1982


    Please create your own thread instead of posting question on other's post
  11. Pavel1982

    Electronic filing

    As long as you have internet connection to your IPad, you should be fine
  12. its two different petition. So, you need to send separate financial documents/supporting documents each petition . Kind of like two copies of everything.
  13. Yes. I got interview date within 3 weeks. It might varies country to country. Interview will be on second week of next month
  14. 1. Our marriage certificate is in Spanish. I've read online it just needs to be translated, not apostilled, and the person needs to certify they speak Spanish/English. Can I really get anyone who isn't my wife or I to translate it? I don't mind using a certified translator, but we're looking to save on money...and I was curious if anyone had personal experience here. :Ans: This is the exact quote from state website for Dominican republic "Dominican civil documents used for visa purposes must be legalized at the Oficina Central del Estado Civil, the main civil registry office in Santo Domingo." As previous member mentioned, you can try that or find a professional service who can provide translation for low cost 2. We have numerous photos together spanning for almost a year in all types of locations, I have receipts for flights over there, our engagement ring, etc. Will numerous pictures, receipts, Facebook/Whatsapp messages be adequate at the petition phase? Will descriptions of these images be sufficient, or should we strongly consider also including a couple affidavit of supports? Ans: The USCIS now requires that when filing an I-130 for a spouse that you include evidence of a bonifide marriage. They list examples of acceptable evidence as: 1. Documentation showing joint ownership or property; or 2. A lease showing joint tenancy of a common residence; or 3. Documentation showing co-mingling of financial resources; or 4. Birth certificate(s) of children born to you, the petitioner, and your spouse together; or 5. Affidavits sworn to or affirmed by third parties having personal knowledge of the bona fides of the marital relationship (Each affidavit must contain the full name and address, date and place of birth of the person making the affidavit, his or her relationship to the petitioner of beneficiary, if any, and complete information and details explaining how the person acquired his or her knowledge of your marriage); or 6. Any other relevant documentation to establish that there is an ongoing marital union. 3. I've read that after the petition is sent to NVC, a packet and documents are sent out. Are these all sent to the requester, or will the packet be sent to the beneficiary (my wife)? She lives in a location where mail isn't delivered, so I'm hoping it gets sent to me so I could have it held at a Fedex location. Ans: You will be the primary corresponded as Petitioner. I would recommend you to file G-1145 form along with I-130 and I-130A, then you will get everything via email, you don't have to worry about any mail. 4. I'm still confused about what all the NVC phase entails, are they asking for new documents or the same types of evidence I originally submitted in the petition? Is the NVC phase mostly driven by the beneficiary supplying evidence at this stage? I just want to try to figure out what my role is. Ans: Please read the guide http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process 5. For Latin American names, I'm confused how to properly list it on the petition form: Anna (First) Maria (middle) Garcia (paternal) Rios (maternal), would I simply list the paternal under family given name and omit the maternal? Ans: Please read I-130 instruction before you fill out I-130 forms. You should answers everything that you need to know
  15. around 9 weeks