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Ninja Joe

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    California

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    K-1 Visa
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    Nicaragua

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  1. So my wife would need to take a new I-864 form with our sponsor's info to the in-person interview? Only in the case that the interview officer asks? Because back when I first submitted the I-864, I included an employment verification letter from my job. I would still be at my company if not for this unprecedented outbreak. I do have a family member in mind that would sponsor us, but hopefully it doesn't come up in the interview as others have experienced.
  2. Please see the attached scan of the Notice of Action 1: AoS In-person interview. Underlined in red, it states we must bring a letter of employment for our in-person interview.
  3. I had a good job as a computer engineer but my company laid off 90% of its workforce on March 27th. Sales had dropped to 10% because of COVID-19 and they had no choice. I was laid off, losing my company-provided medical coverage not only for myself, but for my wife and 5 month-old daughter as well. In the adjustment of status interview, they require an employment verification letter. What are we going to do now? Clearly, the only reason I and thousands of others have lost employment was because of this pandemic. I'm currently on unemployment benefits and it's our only source of income. Is the USCIS going to reject our AOS application in the interview because I lost my job due to the Coronavirus? That would be unfair, right? Otherwise, our application is air tight and crystal clean. If it wasn't because of this outbreak, I would still be employed.
  4. Just checked our case status online. It was actually just updated today, March 31st. Here is what it says: "Interview Cancelled And Notice Ordered. We will notify you by mail if the appointment is rescheduled, a decision is made, or if we need something from you. Please follow any instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by April 30, 2020, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address." For anyone in the same situation, you can check your case status by going to: https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do You'll need to enter the receipt number listed on the top/left of your Notice of Action letter.
  5. Back in February, they sent my wife her Notice of Action for her initial permanent residence interview, which was to be on April 8, 2020 in Chatsworth, California. Have the interviews been delayed because of the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak? We haven't received any follow up letter from the USCIS with a rescheduling of the appointment. Is there a way we can check online or by calling to find if the interview has been rescheduled and to when?
  6. Today, February 2, 2020, I received the I-797 - Notice of Action - Approval Notice for I-765 - Application for Employment Authorization. Not the actual EAD card, just the NoA saying it was approved. My I-485 is still pending, but I'm confident it'll get approve later this year. My question is, in about how long will I receive the actual EAD card? Also, during the adjustment of status, I applied for a Social Security number since I didn't get one during the three month K-1 Visa period. Will the SSN come in the same envelope as the EAD or when will the SSN arrive?
  7. Thanks for help guys. Looks like the best route will be obtaining an ITIN after all. 😕
  8. I sent my wife's adjustment of status application on October 26, 2019. On December 6, 2019, she had her biometrics taken. When can we expect to receive her social security number (SSN)? In the application, we requested one for her. The reason I ask is because I'm waiting to file my taxes and she needs an SSN (I'm trying to avoid needing to apply for an ITIN). Is there a government website or phone number I can call to check the progress of our application? Should I expect to receive her SSN before the April 15 tax deadline?
  9. I just sent my wife's Adjustment of Status application but I'm afraid it won't get approved in time for next year's taxes. I've read that she can apply for an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) so I can claim her as my dependent. How can I get an ITIN for her? How long does it take? I plan on going to an agency like H&R Block to do my 2020 taxes. If I go with my wife, do they offer services to assist people who don't have SSNs yet to get ITINs? Please advise on what I should do as I want to make sure I have enough time in case applying for an ITIN takes a long time.
  10. My wife and I are putting together her application for the Adjustment of Status. She came to the U.S. with a K-1 Visa. Would any of the following supporting evidence help our case? A copy of our religious marriage certificate (in additional to our civil marriage certificate I've already included). Photos of us together and at our church wedding. Proof of her pregnancy (ultrasounds, doctor reports, etc.) Although not required, I'm wondering if including any of the above would enhance our application?
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