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Amisharjil

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About Amisharjil

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  • City
    Dubai

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Nebraska Service Center
  • Country
    United Arab Emirates

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  1. I am a US green card holder and my wife is an American citizen. I am currently applying for my parents' mutiple entry US visas; they are retired and have lived in Dubai for over 40 years now and do not have a property or bank account in Pakistan or Dubai. I have sponsored them for more than 7 years now and they both have residency visas. I have written a letter to support 'ties to their home country' which includes all the details about how long they've lived here in Dubai for and I have also confirmed that when I move to the United States with my wife they will move to Pakistan and I will take care of their expenses and accommodation. I will be submitting my and my wife's salary certificate along with copies of our bank statements. Additionally, we will be staying at my Father in law's place and he has also issued an invitation letter which is stamped by a licensed solicitor in the US. Do you think this is good enough? Any advice will be extremely helpful Thanks a lot in advance
  2. Hi There, I got my green card last year and I have visited USA twice since then. I had to fly back to my home country because my work contract finishes this year in Nov 19. last time I went o US I applied for my Social security number and its been a month. They haven't yet mailed it to the given address in US. Is there a rule that you have to stay in US for a certain amount of time to get a SSN.
  3. Thanks for the reply. They have documents to prove their residence in their home country.
  4. Hi There, I am a green card holder and my wife is a citizen. We are moving to USA from Dubai in March and my parents live with us in Dubai. They will move back to their home country once I move to USA. I will be applying for their B1/B2 so they can visit my once a year. Could anyone please advise me if I need any documents or any information will be of help.
  5. is your spouse in the US? if yes it takes a little more than a month to receive your green card. My spouse was overseas he got his green card within a month after the landing.
  6. Did she have any medical condition history? I am not sure but you have to check with NVC about the wavier. Hopefully everything should go well. All prayers with you.
  7. Hi All, Does anyone know if USCIS sends the green card by UPS or normal post? It says my card was sent on 11th Oct and still haven't received it yet.
  8. Hi People, Just wanted an advise my husband got his immigrant visa and he will be coming to USA for 3 weeks. He has to go back to UAE since he is working on a contract till Feb 2019. Is it ok to tell the officer at POE that he is only here for 3 weeks?
  9. Bhai I have a few Pakistani friends and they also provided police clearance now I understand its a long que to get one but you should get one. For example I was born and raised in Dubai but I still had to get one. I clearly remember on the day of my interview they asked for it and took it from me. Which part of Pakistan do you live in I could give you some more information.
  10. Hi All, I got my visa approved IR1 and will be traveling this month. I have a query my passport will expire in Jan 2019 and I am going to US for 3 weeks. My validity on my passport is 4 months. Would I be able to travel??
  11. Yes you need a police certificate for sure. They want to check if you have committed any crime
  12. You need the following Marriage certificate Police clearance Proof of domicile of spouse Tax returns of spouse Wedding pictures
  13. Hi All, I got my visa approved IR1 and will be traveling this month. I have a query my passport will expire in Jan 2019 and I am going to US for 3 weeks. My validity on my passport is 4 months. Would I be able to travel??
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