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    Adjustment of Status (pending)
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    Saint Paul MN
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  1. Congrats! It can be quite the wait, but it'll all be worth it obviously Happy for you!
  2. I entered on a K1 last year, filed for AOS in November 2018, and finally have my AOS interview scheduled for September 20. My wife had originally filed an affidavit of support as a part of the process and easily met, and exceeded the minimum financial requirements. However, things have changed and she is no longer working, as of a few days ago. I received my EAD/AP combo card in February 2019 and have been working since April. I earn considerably more than my spouse was earning, so how are we supposed to fill out the affidavit of support that needs to be brought to the interview? I'm wondering whether we need to filing a separate form or submitting an additional letter explaining the situation instead. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  3. You can use this page for reference: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/medical-police/police-certificates/how/ukraine.html Good luck!
  4. Haha although that's logical, would you really take a chance with the USCIS? I personally never would.
  5. I can tell you that when I got my PCC from India and Kuwait, it explicitly mentioned how long it was valid for. The Kuwait one was only valid for 4 months, so I would highly recommend you verify with the appropriate agency in each country.
  6. I second everything mentioned by ourjourney_pc. Just list all addresses you resided and workplaces you worked at irrespective whether you had a lease or employment letter. You probably shouldn't mention two addresses for the same time period. If you were a student over the past 5 years then definitely mention that in your employment history. There is no need for a lawyer unless you have a criminal record or for any other reason that you believe necessitates getting one. Best of luck!
  7. I would suggest contacting the General Prosecutor's Office or the local Turkish Embassy/Consulate as suggested on the link below: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/medical-police/police-certificates/how/turkey.html
  8. Congratulations to you both! Really happy for you 😃
  9. Hahaha that's great! You're getting a taste of the DMV experience I see. It can be quite annoying but it will all be worth it in the end👍
  10. Thanks jakejon. Guess what? The status just changed to 'New Card Is Being Produced'! 😄
  11. Haha I get your point, I'll definitely try to be patient. It's just that the job offers are extremely good and it would be terrible to lose out on either one. I have already stopped job hunting due to how slow USCIS seems to process applications.
  12. Congratulations! I'm glad it worked out for you. I tried to expedite my EAD based on a job offer on January 9, faxed over the documents on the 10th after receiving an e-mail from USCIS and am still waiting on a decision. Had two senators offices contact USCIS and that hasn't helped either. I even faxed over a second offer letter I received last week hoping they grant it asap. At this point does anyone think it would be a better idea to contact USCIS and raise a new,, separate expedite case for the new job offer and see if that helps? What do you all think?
  13. If I were in your situation, I'd opt for the K1 as it's the better option in the long run. You'd get your GC within the year and you'd be stress free going forward. No worrying about visas, travel restrictions, employment eligibility etc. I would love to hear someone else's opinions on why H1B would be the better option. I'm sure there are valid reasons to go that route.
  14. I just applied for my EAD last month, and am hoping it doesn't end up taking as long. I hope you're aware that you can expedite your EAD (if you've completed biometrics), with a job offer. I hear that once you put in an expedite request, you usually get the EAD in hand in 3-4 weeks. I plan on doing this soon.
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