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  1. I'm pretty sure Jorge, Nicole, and Benjamin/Akinyi have all been on here before.
  2. You should be able to do the medical at the Max in Delhi or Hyderabad. Still not close. If only Dhaka was an option? https://in.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/71/panel-physician-list-rates-09282018.pdf
  3. Jay, even doing a religious ceremony in India has resulted in the denial of K-1 visas where, as others have said, the officers have deemed the couple "too married". Do your research on these forums, especially in the India-focused ones. Read reviews of the Mumbai consulate.
  4. It's a bullet point above, but yes, go to the nearest Regional Passport Office and request a Police Clearance Certificate. Do not request from the local police.
  5. Nicole & Azan will apparently be back on the next season of Happily Ever After. *facepalm* Hope we get an update on the makeup store Azan was going to run on what would've been their wedding funds!
  6. Thoroughly review your I-485 together because they go over this in detail. Know where each other's family lives, their names, their work. Review your "history" as a couple and know important dates--when you met, when you got engaged, when you got married, birthdays. Be confident. And relax--this isn't nearly as stressful as the consulate interview! If you're in a real relationship, you should be fine.
  7. Read the guide: https://www.visajourney.com/content/i130guide1 And read about what others have been asked at Mumbai for IR-1/CR-1. https://www.visajourney.com/reviews/index.php?cnty=India&cty=&dfilter=5&topic=IR-1%2FCR-1+Visa
  8. We had our AOS interview on 3/6 (yesterday) with Officer Dana Lindauer. It went pretty smoothly, but he didn't say at the end whether we were approved or not. That evening, our immigration attorney called and let us know she had checked online and the green card is being produced! Woohoo!
  9. I think we got our appointment/interview letter about a week after.
  10. Blame all of the other people from Thailand who abused tourist visas and overstayed or didn't go home at all. They make it harder for everybody else. Best thing she can do is strengthen her ties to Thailand, if possible, and try again later, but there are no guarantees.
  11. Haha, I am in the same boat and was trying to figure this out this morning. I would recommend researching Publication 519 before you do the final "Submit". There might be something helpful in there or some situation that you didn't realize applied to you. I'm probably going to end up contacting a CPA myself since I have a potentially hefty refund at stake and don't want to botch anything and end up owing or having to make corrections. YMMV.
  12. We are AOS'ing from K1 here in Denver, got our NOA1 for the AOS part 9/10/18 and the interview has been scheduled for March 5, 2019! I'm floored!
  13. Ok, it's a good thing you front loaded. Make sure your fiance has the full petition and its prrofs at the interview, but also document your ongoing relationship since then like you're doing. I think it will probably be a good thing for you to be at the interview, whether the CO wants to talk to you or not.
  14. Not really sure if those should be re-submitted for 221g. Probably wouldn't hurt, but it should be "strengthened" with additional info since it was insufficient the first time around. I would definitely use the 221g as a chance to demonstrate an ongoing relationship as well. What have you been up to as a couple SINCE you filed the I-129F petition? Any trips? Planned trips? Plans together of any sort?
  15. I wouldn't stress about the tourist visa too much. I'm guessing you were denied due to insufficient ties to India--correct? The CO does have access to that information and might ask about it. If so, stick to the facts. The good thing is that you were honest in your interview (assuming she was indeed your girlfriend at that time and not your fiancee), and perhaps you do consider her father a friend? So probably not a big deal. Below are some links to posts I would refer back to when I was freaking about my husband's denied tourist visa: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/457958-question-about-b2-denial-and-k1-visa/ http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/632999-lied-for-a-previous-visa-interviewhelp/ http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/576436-boyfriend-come-visit-me-in-usa-for-christmas-b-2-visa/?do=findComment&comment=7907820 http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/576436-boyfriend-come-visit-me-in-usa-for-christmas-b-2-visa/?do=findComment&comment=7907838
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