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Thomas Reinhardt

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About Thomas Reinhardt

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  • City
    Maiden
  • State
    North Carolina
  • Interests
    Grilling, shopping, Flying, Driving to Nowhere!!!

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Chicago IL
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. First: The I-751 Petition is all about providing evidence that your Marriage is tried and true USCIS wants to see where you stand 2 years later show from point of entrance to 90 days before your card expires now some couples wouldn't have provided the quantity of evidence I did with the CR130 a lot of what I used then shouldn't have been used until now during filing I-751 this would be like Life insurance, Copies of bills with joint names , Bank Statements, these are things a normal couple would have after establishing a single residence together but I used them then this is one of the many examples I can use to show you.
  2. Ok Immigration Attorney the only lies here are the ones that you're telling people that is what lawyers do right??? But remember they get paid to do that you don't! Nothing you've said is true do some more research before you give false information or information that's misleading.
  3. What's the lie ???? I'm just answering the question they have asked for an answer from anyone who reads the post and I wasn't spreading fear just stating the facts your I-751 petition must be strong enough to convince the USCIS officer that you are tried and true it's all about proving your word anyone can get married for the wrong reasons on this form they give you another chance to prove you didn't marry to get a visa nor avoid immigration laws be serious this petition will require good evidence.
  4. As stated earlier there is no set amount of evidence some evidence is stronger than others . One thing is for certain you shouldn't send any of the same evidence you sent initially this will be an issue . If you now have children together and are still together this will be the strongest piece of evidence you can produce.
  5. Hello ours was well over 200 pages it isn't any set amount but you must prove your marriage in my opinion this petition requires far more evidence than the original CR-130 mess up on this one your spouse will be deported that's a given they really don't have to send a RFE or NOID.
  6. Hello ours was well over 200 pages it isn't any set amount but you must prove your marriage in my opinion this petition requires far more evidence than the original CR-130 mess up on this one your spouse will be deported that's a given they really don't have to send a RFE or NOID.
  7. Let her go find another if she's already broke her vows it's just not worth it Find another trust me arriving there with her and she doesn't want to be a couple anymore will only result in trouble nothing good will come out of it.
  8. This is not a scam I've seen someone else with a card from USCIS that was their way of returning a fee but it's kinda strange cause your saying you paid with a check . If I were you I'd call the tomorrow.
  9. Sorry for the wrong date it was March 30 sent by UPS and delivery date was April 02 2021 it was delivered and sent back to UPS the same day about an hour later so UPS says and they claim it would be delivered again on Monday so between Friday and Monday morning in the sorting facility the box went missing we do have packet 2 on stand by last night they had me on hold for 2 and a half hours until we'll after closing time for USCIS.
  10. We did because we didn't have children together and the Birth of a child is a good way to show you're together and we wasn't quite sure what to send so we gathered up whatever we could use a good majority of it was Bank records and bills with both names . Also I had heard of those who didn't send enough evidence having problems with approval we have a friend that has been here 2 years as a Conditional resident and she's only sending the I-751 and here marriage certificate and passport bio page and copy of front and back of her Green card if that's enough then she'll be fine but I thought you need a lot of evidence for the I-751 we just didn't want to end up with not enough evidence or evidence that they didn't need.
  11. I just got off the phone finally got to speak with someone they said they would look into it and put me on hold for 2 and a half hours until we'll after 9 pm I hung up.
  12. I really think this is very mysterious can I ask how do you know it was rejected? And under what grounds if it was sent back then you had to have got some notification from USCIS the only reason we knew ours was supposedly returned was because the next day after it was delivered I just happened to click my tracking number again and it said returned for address correction but the address was correct and even have the persons name who accepted it .
  13. Really???? Aren't you suppose to send evidence with your petition? IF So you should send plenty of evidence if you send none or too little evidence this can and will be a Major red flag leading up to a not approved I-751 and a Deportation of the petitioner.
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