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EvieMN

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About EvieMN

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Put in Bay
  • State
    Ohio

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Cleveland OH
  • Country
    Bulgaria

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  1. Hi guys! Just had my interview 4/19. Initially filed jointly but switched to divorce waiver. Not going to lie, it was pretty tough. The officer started with confirming everything on my application, then asked about how the relationship started and developed. She asked me questions about almost every piece of evidence in my file. Questions about my ex spouse, details about his/our life, about people from the photos I had provided. It had me extremely anxious and stressed but I was fully honest about everything including our separation. I explained why we didn’t have some of the common joint assets couples usually have. Towards the end, she asked if I had anything else to add. It sounded to me like she wasn’t very convinced with what I had so far. I was so stressed out at that point, that I forgot I had my affidavits from friends and my ex spouse with me! So I just gave her some extra photos and was on my way out haha. She said “Everything looks good with your application!” but I was still convinced she hated me. When we came out, my lawyer said that this particular officer is always pretty tough but she believed it went well. I was fully prepared to wait at least a month but the very next day I got a notification that my case was approved!
  2. Hi there! Just had my interview 4/19. Initially filed jointly but switched to divorce waiver. Not going to lie, it was pretty tough. The officer started with confirming everything on my application, then asked about how the relationship started and developed. She asked me questions about almost every piece of evidence in my file. Questions about my ex spouse, details about his/our life, about people from the photos I had provided. It had me extremely anxious and stressed but I was fully honest about everything including our separation. I explained why we didn’t have some of the common joint assets couples usually have. Towards the end, she asked if I had anything else to add. It sounded to me like she wasn’t very convinced with what I had so far. I was so stressed out at that point, that I forgot I had my affidavits from friends and my ex spouse with me! So I just gave her some extra photos and was on my way out haha. She said “Everything looks good with your application!” but I was still convinced she hated me. When we came out, my lawyer said that this particular officer is always pretty tough but she believed it went well. I was fully prepared to wait at least a month but the very next day I got a notification that my case was approved!
  3. I didn’t have much to send honestly. The way we lived wasn’t super conventional so not a lot to show. But I sent a previous lease agreement, tax returns, travels, note from employer stating we lived on their property together and some photos I believe. My lawyer has advised me to get some affidavits for the interview and if possible, a statement from my ex husband.
  4. Hi guys! Glad to see so many approvals already! Just checking back in after a tough year. Here’s a brief update from me: I filed jointly with my spouse November 2019. We separated a few months after but didn’t file for a divorce until November 2020. I got a RFE in October so I used that to inform them that we’re going through a divorce. Also because I didn’t have any additional evidence to provide them with. My case was transferred to NBC in February and I got my interview notice a week ago - it will be on April 19th! I started working with a lawyer after I knew that we’d be going forward with the divorce. They helped me answer the RFE and will be accompanying me to the interview. My only concern is that I don’t have a divorce decree just yet. I have a hearing on Tuesday so hopefully it will be finalized then.
  5. Just checking in here to follow your journey and share my experience as well. I filed jointly with my spouse November 2019. We separated a few months after but didn’t file for a divorce until November 2020. I got a RFE in October so I used that to inform them that we’re going through a divorce. Also because I didn’t have any additional evidence to provide them with. My case was transferred to NBC in February and I got my interview notice a week ago - it will be on April 19th! I started working with a lawyer after I knew that we’d be going forward with the divorce. They helped me answer the RFE and will be accompanying me to the interview. My only concern is that I don’t have a divorce decree just yet. I have a hearing on Tuesday so hopefully it will be finalized then.
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