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About barashka

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    Adjustment of Status (pending)
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    Chicago Lockbox
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    Philadelphia PA
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    America-born Russian guy who married a Russia-born Russian girl who came here via a K-1 visa. Currently, we are waiting for her Green Card to arrive.

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  1. https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/677829-i-134-affidavit-of-support-26-38/
  2. I made a topic similar to this before. Check it out, hopefully it can help you?
  3. You're welcome! As mentioned above, check out the K-1 guide here on VJ: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide/ Also, check this out from the USCIS website: https://www.uscis.gov/i-129f Good luck with everything!
  4. That sounds like more than enough evidence! The rest of the evidence such as conversations and call logs can be brought later at the embassy interview but you can submit it beforehand if you truly wish. I reckon handwriting should be fine as long as it is in black ink?
  5. Ah yes, my mistake. I meant 2018. I should bring that with me, yes?
  6. Okay, sounds good. And should I bring 2019 tax transcripts along as well?
  7. Hello folks, Today, I have a question about bringing an updated I-864 and I-485 to an adjustment of status interview. When we submitted my wife's initial adjustment of status package back in October of 2018, I had provided my 2018 income tax information and my current employment information for that time. Now, in addition to my regular job, I have an extra job (a second per diem job) so do I need to bring an updated I-864 with my 2019 income tax information (instead of 2018) and my new employment status/information? I know the I-485 has an Employment History section, as well, so should I do a completely new I-485 with my updated employment situation? Thank you in advance!
  8. https://www.nnuimmigration.com/uscis-rfe-response-review-time/ I found this via a quick Google search.
  9. Interesting. Thanks for your response. Well, maybe the worst that can happen is they request evidence asking for an updated physical which we can submit after the interview. It would slightly delay my wife from obtaining her Green Card. I honestly don't see them asking for an updated physical because she adjusted from a K-1 and she also submitted her adjustment of status packet 5 months after her medical in Moscow (which is well within the 12 month time limit to submit). I think we should be good. I will bring the USCIS manual just in case and show them their own manual in regards to the I-693 and medical for K-1 applicants, aha!
  10. So you guys did not repeat a physical in the United States? By physical report, receipt, and vaccination records, do you mean the ones from your wife's home country?
  11. Really? Interesting. Yes, she understands pretty well. I would say she understands at a moderate level. I believe in my wife and her ability to actually understand the interviewer's questions. She has improved so much since her arrival. She can't speak or respond well, though. Thanks for your input!
  12. Hey, I am sort of in the same situation as you. My wife had her medical done in her home country May of 2018. We submitted her adjustment of status package in October of 2018 (5 months after her medical). Her adjustment of status interview will be August of 2019. That means her adjustment of status interview will be over 1 year after her initial medical. Did they ask you guys anything during your interview or was it a non-issue? I don't know if I should pay for a new medical for my wife when it might not even be required? Please let me know! Thanks.
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