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About kvito28

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    Chicago Lockbox
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    Raleigh NC
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  1. In my humble and personal opinion unless your case has red flags and other issue then having a lawyer can cause problems. They don't work as quickly as you want them to and do not care about your case as you are just another client. if you understand the process, take a couple of days to gather all you need, file everything on your own and send them. VJ is an amazing place to find help. There is answers on literary anything. I will not be getting a lawyer for my next immigration cases thanks to VJ.
  2. Government knows her mom's SSN anyway. Believe me, if the government is after someone then they will certainly look up anyone's SSN.
  3. Brief suggestion and the best option you have... Have her come home literally tomorrow and wait for RFE. Everything else = unnecessary risk = possible AOS complications = Too much money and effort wasted = possible revocation of LPR status << $1000 ticket avoids all that.
  4. We put my name in there, otherwise we would be lying because I did sponsor the trip and it seems like so are you. Make sure you send her your paystub or something to show your income in case she gets asked for that document in the embassy.
  5. I have certainly asked for help to more than one congresman at a time and they accepted my inquiries. I may be wrong about the senator. I will check my files later and post.
  6. I would recommend reaching out to multiple congressman and senator offices as well as ombudsman. I did that when I tried to expedite EAD. While there are never guarantees I have seen this work for many and myself. Make sure to take time to describe your situation to small detail and ask for help. It worked for me twice!
  7. Did you only file I-130 without I-485? If you are in the US (which you should be) you can file for I-485 and I-767 at the same time to get work authorization before you GC. current processing times have been longer for work authorization to go through but seems like you got decent amount of time still.
  8. I just had my mom get visa and come to the US to visit. She only own one house and that is it. She brought some documents to her interview but nobody asked for a thing. I understand that it is different based on each country but from what you have said I think she will have no problem. Tell her to be brutally honest with everything. I doubt they will stop her from visiting.
  9. Great. Thanks for sharing the info. Hopefully it will be the same for her too.
  10. She speaks both Georgian and Russian. I highly doubt there will be any Georgians on her flight. Maybe Russians but chance of finding them on a plane is almost none. Do CPB-s always get a translator or sometimes fingerprints and a letter is enough?
  11. Hi everyone, I could not find an answer on this so I decided to ask... My mother who speaks 0 English is supposed to arrive in the next 48 hours. I wonder how things go in these situations? Anyone has any experience? I know that they take fingerprints and all that as well as ask questions about the trip. I am a bit worried. I did write a letter for her in English with basic info about her trip and my contact information to hand it to the officer when she arrives. any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks in advance!
  12. Lately, I have been reading a lot about having a parent visit the US. I would like to once again express my gratitude toward VJ community! I have had smooth sails with all procedures related to visas and immigration thanks to this place. I am a GC holder (became LPR in August 2018). I helped my mother fill out the DS-160 application and she was approved her visa today. She was asked the following questions: 1) Where are you going? 2) Who are you visiting? 3) Have you ever traveled to other countries? 4) Are you employed? 5) With who do you live? 6) Does your son (me) and his wife have a kid? 7) What is your son's birthday? 8 ) How long has your son been in the US? 9) Where does your son work? My mom is a homemaker taking care of her grandchildren while other family members work. She does not work and she has not traveled anywhere in the last 35 years. She answered all the questions honestly and was approved her visa. She does not speak English and had translator during her interview. The officer did not request any of the documents that my mom brought with her. It took a total of 4 minutes and she was out. By the way, B2 visa denial rate in my country is about 62%. Hope this will help others as much as other posts have helped me! Good luck with your own journeys!
  13. I don't know why a lot of people here get so aggressive when OP is genuinely trying to ask questions and do the right thing in order to keep the family safe. Did everyone lose any sort of empathy? I know we all went the right and legal way and took some time for us to become residents/citizens, but OP is in need of help to stay alive. Have some humanity for Christ's sake.
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