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    Spokane WA
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  1. Sorry not sorry.. they so CAN blame the doctors for rude and demeaning behavior!!!! OP, I'm sorry this is happening. Put in a compaint wherever appropriate. You said there were 3 dr? (or someone did) can you try your luck at the third?
  2. I've heard this so many times. Yes they are secondary due to the ease of manipulation but at each interview, both abroad and in U.S., photographs were very much a large part of the interview process. I think having a dozen each time really helped solidify our case. Just saying that although they are seen as secondary, photographs are a universal concept of cherishing.
  3. My husband is Kurdish and from Eastern Turkey. He came on K-1 December 1st and we were married Dec 10th, 2018. We started talking either just before or during the Visa ban 2017 that went into January 2018. As soon as the ban lifted, I flew there to meet him! That is the part that would hang a person up in my opinion. We were worried that they would do it again and then how the heck could you get facetime together..... I often worried about the political ######## as well. You are already at the interview part and therefore you are safe. Should be smooth sailing if all things are in order and there is nothing unusual about your case. That's my opinion Everyone has one and most people feel free enough to tell you theirs no matter what, lol. Good luck!
  4. I agree. I visited three times between when i filed and his interview, then once after interview and before POE. We started talking early November. We met mid/late Februrary, then filed end of February. NOA1 was beginning of March.
  5. My now-husband and I knew we wanted to get married only months after beginning to speak. I met him four months after "meeting" in facebook and he officially proposed. We filed I-129 exactly four months after we started chatting. We were approved, no problems. He is from Turkey. Some of us just know Good luck!
  6. I just want to remind the OP that pregnancy can turn a docile, sweet, submissive wifey into a raging beast from the depths of.... okay, I took this too far, but having been pregnant three times myself I can tell you that the hormones are over-the-top. Many, many times I couldn't even stand to be me!! Maybe this really does have to do with her present "condition" (can I say it like that?). Also, your signature doesn't imply you are married. When did she arrive here? How long have you been married? Good luck
  7. The Turkish embassy doesn't formally request "real" photos, but they gave my fiancé a hard time about it. "They" asked where the real pictures are, why he didn't haven any printed out (oops, there is that infamous "they" again - slaps own hand - I mean "the interviewer") I mean, there was no denial because of it, but hey we were asked our opinions and experiences and I gave ours!
  8. Seriously? "They" is the "they" everyone on this dang thread is referring too. Why even ask me that. (2 clicks for you to see my stats is quicker than a needless paragraph reply from me) *Needless comments need less replies*
  9. We had a very smooth process BUT your advice goes against the one hiccup we had: DON'T print the pictures! They were concerned that my now-husband did not have "real" printed photographs. We did the print and write beside/below method. My advice? Take real photos! You can easily glue them, right?
  10. Even if you go to court and get this all pinned on your fiancé and they do away with the charge, you will still have to get ALL the records and submit them at the interview phase. Every document that Hass to do with your name on the courts and drugs Hass to be submitted. You have to submit it all. You will still have to convince the officer that it really was your boyfriend and "this" is what really happened. The part where you have to explain why you didn't say it was him in the first place is going to be tricky. I am just saying that that could be a hard job. They probably have seen every trick in the book, not saying you're not telling the truth, but to them it may look like you guys did it to bypass laws. I would be scared as well.
  11. We spoke for 4 months, I visited, we became engaged and filed immediately. We were approved
  12. He was issued his "green card" and received it in the mail this week. Apparently it acts as an EAD. But I'm not sure what the EAD number would be?
  13. Hello, my husband had his AOS interview on 19 June. It was approved. When we filled out the I 485 paperwork we chose to have US CIS give us the SSN. When we had the interview we forgot to ask about it and they never mailed a Social Security card along with the permanent resident card. I've tried 1800-375-5283 and I can't get a hold of anybody, ever! Has anyone run into this problem? How do we get the SSN quickly now that we are approved?
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