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    milimelo got a reaction from Ontarkie in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    There should be a simple checkmark as not appropriate determined by the doctor on DS-3025. If you had an adverse reaction to the vaccine that should be enough to not have to do it again - just bring them the records from your physician. No waiver needed. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from Ontarkie in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    Run the titers (blood work) before you decide. You’re probably all good with required shots and it’s not flu season so they wouldn’t require that one. If you have a copy of previously given shots  they use that for verification or whenever you had an illness. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from TBoneTX in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    There should be a simple checkmark as not appropriate determined by the doctor on DS-3025. If you had an adverse reaction to the vaccine that should be enough to not have to do it again - just bring them the records from your physician. No waiver needed. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from TBoneTX in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    Run the titers (blood work) before you decide. You’re probably all good with required shots and it’s not flu season so they wouldn’t require that one. If you have a copy of previously given shots  they use that for verification or whenever you had an illness. 
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    milimelo reacted to HRQX in Can I (USC) sponsor my wife with i864EZ instead of i864 if I'm self employed?   
    No, you can't.
     
    https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/i-864ezinstr.pdf "If you are self-employed, you must select “No” to the question and you cannot use Form I-864EZ."
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    milimelo reacted to SusieQQQ in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    Mmm this doesn’t sound accurate (definitely one can get a waiver if needed and it is the doctor’s call), I am wondering if you are maybe not able to provide acceptable evidence from your own doctor of the adverse reaction. Not to cast aspersions on your history but it would need to be documented satisfactorily. We had a waiver for one of the vaccines on our medical (different reason), caused no issue at any stage of the process. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from Mike E in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    Run the titers (blood work) before you decide. You’re probably all good with required shots and it’s not flu season so they wouldn’t require that one. If you have a copy of previously given shots  they use that for verification or whenever you had an illness. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from Lemonslice in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    There should be a simple checkmark as not appropriate determined by the doctor on DS-3025. If you had an adverse reaction to the vaccine that should be enough to not have to do it again - just bring them the records from your physician. No waiver needed. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from SusieQQQ in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    There should be a simple checkmark as not appropriate determined by the doctor on DS-3025. If you had an adverse reaction to the vaccine that should be enough to not have to do it again - just bring them the records from your physician. No waiver needed. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from spacestar2339 in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    There should be a simple checkmark as not appropriate determined by the doctor on DS-3025. If you had an adverse reaction to the vaccine that should be enough to not have to do it again - just bring them the records from your physician. No waiver needed. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from Adventine in I'm pulling out of the greencard process just before interview - will this effect future USA visits?   
    Run the titers (blood work) before you decide. You’re probably all good with required shots and it’s not flu season so they wouldn’t require that one. If you have a copy of previously given shots  they use that for verification or whenever you had an illness. 
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    milimelo reacted to Rami Hakki in Claiming benefits from sponsor under I -864   
    Hi my name is Rami, 
    My ex-wife, sister is my sponsor, and she has not provided any support to myself for several years. 
     
    How do I take legal action against my sponsor to request benefits?
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    milimelo reacted to ra0010 in Returning to the US after conditional green card expired   
    The reason for filing late is crucial. One thing is filing late because of unexpected event (hospitalization, etc) and you still need to explain that to USCIS when you file late. Going to your home country because you had to work doesn’t fall into this category. As others have pointed out, your filing window opened before you left for France, so you could have filed before leaving, and you’d have gotten an extension letter. The green card is granted if you primarily live in the US, which doesn’t seem to be your case. 
    Now your option is to file for IR-1 and wait a year or two to come back.
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    milimelo reacted to Chancy in American lives in Canada relocate to USA with Canadian wife   
    Has he spent any time residing in the US at all?  If so, how much time?  If he has less than 5 years of physical presence in the US before your kids were born, he will also need to file I-130 petitions for your kids.  So 4 petitions to start the immigration process for your family.
     
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    milimelo got a reaction from Jorgedig in Constant visitor visa rejection after having baby in US   
    ~Per TOS you agreed to when opening an account on VJ, you can’t tell others what to do even if it’s the topic you started. You certainly can’t tell them to keep silent. First warning for you. ~ 
    VJ mod
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    milimelo got a reaction from Downloader in Constant visitor visa rejection after having baby in US   
    ~Per TOS you agreed to when opening an account on VJ, you can’t tell others what to do even if it’s the topic you started. You certainly can’t tell them to keep silent. First warning for you. ~ 
    VJ mod
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    milimelo reacted to arken in Constant visitor visa rejection after having baby in US   
    It is of course not illegal to have a baby in the US but did your friend tell the POE officer when asked that she was visiting the US to have the baby? If she lied to the officers while entering the US, she can't be complaining now for not getting another visa. That's the point.
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    milimelo got a reaction from ElmiraW in Urgent help I212   
    Wait, your husband illegally entered the US even after being returned and also misrepresented himself? 
     
    This will be an uphill battle - you may need to start thinking what if the waiver is not approved.  
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    milimelo got a reaction from mushroomspore in Urgent help I212   
    Wait, your husband illegally entered the US even after being returned and also misrepresented himself? 
     
    This will be an uphill battle - you may need to start thinking what if the waiver is not approved.  
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    milimelo got a reaction from Lucky Cat in Urgent help I212   
    Wait, your husband illegally entered the US even after being returned and also misrepresented himself? 
     
    This will be an uphill battle - you may need to start thinking what if the waiver is not approved.  
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    milimelo got a reaction from Lucky Cat in Do both spouses need to be present at ROC interview?   
    If it’s a joint petition of course your spouse should attend as well. 
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    milimelo reacted to HRQX in Do both spouses need to be present at ROC interview?   
    Despite what the letter says, the law is explicitly clear; see INA 216(c)(1)(B): "in accordance with subsection (d)(3), the alien spouse and the petitioning spouse (if not deceased) must appear for a personal interview before an officer or employee of the Department of Homeland Security respecting the facts and information described in subsection (d)(1)."
    Major difference between a joint ROC interview and a naturalization interview. Also as per above, INA 216(c)(1)(B) is explicitly clear.
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    milimelo got a reaction from Lucky Cat in Change of address? Form I-865? HELP   
    I used I-865 to change my address twice as the petitioner even before any I-864 was completed (still not completed). Sending I-865 will not harm any process. 
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    milimelo got a reaction from Lucky Cat in Change of address? Form I-865? HELP   
    Send it in with case numbers of any pending forms (AOS, EAD/AP). You never know, it may just trigger USCIS worker to get to your case faster. 
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    milimelo reacted to Scandi in Filing I-751 soon: advice required   
    1. They specifically write on their website that they want single sided. https://www.uscis.gov/forms/filing-guidance/form-filing-tips
     
    2. No glossy photos, regular print-outs on copy paper is the way to go. Write little captions under each photo to explain them (dates, places etc).
     
    3. The right form is always the one available on their website the day you ship off your package, no matter what dates it has. You can also check the tab where it says "edition" and it tells you which edition to use. 
     
    4. Definitely both yours and your spouse's transcripts, that way they can see the same address on both (proof of co-habitation). 
     
    5. Do not do the last 12 months, they want to see evidence from the entire marriage. Rather pick 4 statements from each year instead of all of them from the last year. 
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