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  1. Thank you! That's what I was thinking too, it's just I'm surprised that there are a lot of people who did it and got approved, so just wanted to make sure.
  2. We just want her to visit for now. I just want to make sure what's the best way to submit the petition whenever we do bring here in the future. As I understand, it's better to submit when she is not in the country. Thank you a lot!
  3. Thank you so much! That's what I head about a visitor visa as well, but from what I read it's always advised to submit the petition once a parent is already in USA since this process is faster compared to when they are abroad. Do you by any chance know how people manage to do it then?
  4. I also heard something about how people need to get a health insurance prior to coming to US. Is that true and do you know how that works? Also, can she come with a tourist visa and then submit I-130 when she is already here? Thank you!
  5. Hello everyone! At the end of this year, I'm applying to become a citizen. Once I become a citizen, will I be able to bring my mother over if I won't work by that time? I might not have time to work if I get into nursing program and it might be just my husband working. But I can't find any info on how much money we are supposed to make. Do I look at the poverty guidelines? It's gonna be just my husband, my mom and I. So, the poverty guidelines say that for three people we are supposed to have $26,662. Am I understanding it right that my husband needs to make a least that amount and it will be fine? Also, if we don't make this much, will having this amount in the bank be enough? Please someone explain this to me. Thank you!
  6. I'm in the same situation. When I become a citizen, I want to bring my mother over. But idk how much income I'm supposed to have to be able to bring her here? Or is there a certain amount of money that i need to have in the bank if I'm not gonna work? I might be studying and it might be just my husband working at that time. Please someone help me! I can't find info about how much our income is supposed to be.
  7. My check has also been cashed this morning. Next day after receiving a text that my application was received.
  8. Hello everyone! I sent in the package on December 26th, was delivered on 27th at Dallas lockbox. Today, January 2, I received a text saying my case was received with the case number starting with 'SRC'. It says that NOA has been sent and should be here before January 26. Check hasn't been cashed though. Hope everything goes well and good luck to everyone!
  9. Hello everyone! Please someone help me because I don't know what's the best thing to do! So here is my situation. My husband has always had an account with a Florida-based credit union and that's what we both have been using and we couldn't add me to the account because we moved to a different state when I came to the US in May 2017. When we moved to Arkansas, we opened a joint account with an Arkansas-based bank (Red River) but we still kept using my husband's bank since it benefited us more financially. Before our move to Texas we decided to close our joint account with Red River and we wanted to open a joint account at a more accessible bank and we chose Chase. We opened it in May 2019 and have been using it since then. I'm planning on including statements from my husband's bank even though it only has his name but that's what we had been using before we opened our joint Chase account. Should I include some of the statements from Red River bank (since it has my name on it) even though we didn't use it that much and its closed? And maybe I should write an explanation letter? Or is it better not to even mention that joint account with Red River?
  10. Thank you. And yes, it's for I-751. I read the instructions, but it still doesn't say if every single box has to be filled out or, for example, just the the first box of every question that doesn't apply to me. I want to know specifically if I should put 'N/A' or 'none' even where it requires preparer's signature and in questions that have 'if any' in it so that completely EVERYTHING is filled out? From what I have read, some people fill it out with 'N/A' but questions that have '(if any)' leave out blank. I just want to do it the best way possible so that it doesn't confuse anyone.
  11. If I need to fill it out with 'N/A'. Does it have to be every single empty space , for example where it asks for preparer's signature (even though I didn't have a preparer) I should write 'N/A' in that box?
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