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    Ayrton got a reaction from mushroomspore in Return for interview.   
    No loopholes. You and your son knew the answer from previous posts and still decided for him to make the trip to Russia. Depending on his age like mentioned above, there might be a long path to immigrate again and he might be stuck in Russia for a long time.
     
    The tourist visa, even though it wasn't probably officially voided, it's useless now because CPB knows there's an intention to immigrate again.
     
     
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Lucky2Lucky in Return for interview.   
    No loopholes. You and your son knew the answer from previous posts and still decided for him to make the trip to Russia. Depending on his age like mentioned above, there might be a long path to immigrate again and he might be stuck in Russia for a long time.
     
    The tourist visa, even though it wasn't probably officially voided, it's useless now because CPB knows there's an intention to immigrate again.
     
     
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in Return for interview.   
    No loopholes. You and your son knew the answer from previous posts and still decided for him to make the trip to Russia. Depending on his age like mentioned above, there might be a long path to immigrate again and he might be stuck in Russia for a long time.
     
    The tourist visa, even though it wasn't probably officially voided, it's useless now because CPB knows there's an intention to immigrate again.
     
     
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in I-693 question   
    Maybe you will find someone here:
     
    https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/231026-civil-surgeons-who-dont-rip-you-off/
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    Ayrton got a reaction from KayDeeCee in Really need some help with I 864   
    You will write down exactly what it says on the Total Income line of the tax return transcript. It doesn't matter if it was filed jointly.
     
    If she makes enough by herself, then husband is not needed and doesn't need to fill out 864a. But, you must send her W2 as well (not only tax transcript).
     
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Joyoussinger in I-693 question   
    Maybe you will find someone here:
     
    https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/231026-civil-surgeons-who-dont-rip-you-off/
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Adventine in Got a biometrics appointment for a cancelled AoS?   
    Just go. Even if it has the wrong case number, the biometrics will be in the system, and there's chance they will reuse them for the correct one (it happened with my I-90, they reused the biometrics from a canceled EAD renewal).
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Mario001 in EAD Expedite Request - Denver, Colorado   
    You can't get a EAD issued without biometrics, therefore, you can't request to expedite it if your biometrics haven't been done yet. So after biometrics are done, you can request to expedite it again.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Skyman in Procrastination by USCIS   
    I don't think anyone here works at your local field office. No one will be able to answer your question besides the IO handling your case.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in AOS Name change? when to do it?   
    The marriage certificate is a name change document accepted by USCIS. That's true even if the marriage certificate doesn't list the new last name (some states have a field for new last name, some don't). There's no need to update the SSC before filing for AOS with the new name.
     
    The same applies to the SSA. You don't need to update your name with immigration before changing the name on the SSC, as long as the name change document is dated after the last issued immigration document they have, and their status is current.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from jsmith2020 in September 2020 - AOS Filers   
    Biometrics.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Timona in AOS Name change? when to do it?   
    The marriage certificate is a name change document accepted by USCIS. That's true even if the marriage certificate doesn't list the new last name (some states have a field for new last name, some don't). There's no need to update the SSC before filing for AOS with the new name.
     
    The same applies to the SSA. You don't need to update your name with immigration before changing the name on the SSC, as long as the name change document is dated after the last issued immigration document they have, and their status is current.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Jorgedig in AOS Name change? when to do it?   
    The marriage certificate is a name change document accepted by USCIS. That's true even if the marriage certificate doesn't list the new last name (some states have a field for new last name, some don't). There's no need to update the SSC before filing for AOS with the new name.
     
    The same applies to the SSA. You don't need to update your name with immigration before changing the name on the SSC, as long as the name change document is dated after the last issued immigration document they have, and their status is current.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from arken in AOS Name change? when to do it?   
    The marriage certificate is a name change document accepted by USCIS. That's true even if the marriage certificate doesn't list the new last name (some states have a field for new last name, some don't). There's no need to update the SSC before filing for AOS with the new name.
     
    The same applies to the SSA. You don't need to update your name with immigration before changing the name on the SSC, as long as the name change document is dated after the last issued immigration document they have, and their status is current.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Marieke H in AOS Name change? when to do it?   
    The marriage certificate is a name change document accepted by USCIS. That's true even if the marriage certificate doesn't list the new last name (some states have a field for new last name, some don't). There's no need to update the SSC before filing for AOS with the new name.
     
    The same applies to the SSA. You don't need to update your name with immigration before changing the name on the SSC, as long as the name change document is dated after the last issued immigration document they have, and their status is current.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from J+J in SSN application and RM 00203.500   
    Incorrect. According to the SSA guideline, K1 is within the categories of Alien Allowed to Work, even when you apply within the first 75 days, so that's what you must select. When I applied for mine I selected "allowed to work" and everything went through perfectly.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Adventine in Do I need updated I-864 for AOS interview?   
    2 joint sponsors? Don't overcomplicate your case. If one of them meets the requirements, ignore the second one. I remember someone that sent 2 joint sponsors (when the spouse/main sponsor also met the requirements) and USCIS sent an RFE because they didn't understand why they sent 3 qualifying sponsors when one of them was enough.
     
    If you're talking about a joint sponsor and a household member of this joint sponsor, then it should be fine, but if one of them already meets the requirements, ignore the second one.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from stuckonyou in Do I need updated I-864 for AOS interview?   
    2 joint sponsors? Don't overcomplicate your case. If one of them meets the requirements, ignore the second one. I remember someone that sent 2 joint sponsors (when the spouse/main sponsor also met the requirements) and USCIS sent an RFE because they didn't understand why they sent 3 qualifying sponsors when one of them was enough.
     
    If you're talking about a joint sponsor and a household member of this joint sponsor, then it should be fine, but if one of them already meets the requirements, ignore the second one.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in Do I need updated I-864 for AOS interview?   
    2 joint sponsors? Don't overcomplicate your case. If one of them meets the requirements, ignore the second one. I remember someone that sent 2 joint sponsors (when the spouse/main sponsor also met the requirements) and USCIS sent an RFE because they didn't understand why they sent 3 qualifying sponsors when one of them was enough.
     
    If you're talking about a joint sponsor and a household member of this joint sponsor, then it should be fine, but if one of them already meets the requirements, ignore the second one.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in When can i change my name with the Social Security Adrimistration?   
    Like I said, the officers don't know their own rules. They denied me the first time, and the second time I sent a copy of the policy and I received the card within 2 weeks.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in When can i change my name with the Social Security Adrimistration?   
    For this purpose, they are same, court order or marriage certificate. They are both official name change documents and can be used to update the name on the SSC.
     
    For example, if a K1 gets their SSC with maiden name within their valid I-94, gets married, they can go back the next day to change the name on the card with just the marriage certificate. An officer might say they need to have at least an EAD or GC with the new name, but like I said, that's not true.
     
    For having a SSC issued, you must prove 2 main points: name and status. You might think that they are always the same, since your proof of status might also prove your name, but that's not always the case. You can have a proof of status with a different name, as long as your name change document was issued after this proof of status.
     
    In my case, my proof of status was my EAD with the old name. And my proof of name was my name change order.
     
    In OPs case, their proof of status is whatever visa they were holding that allowed them to obtain a SSN (student/work, etc). And proof of name will be the marriage certificate, since it was most likely issued afterwards.
     
    The only thing that would prevent them to obtain a new SSC is that if they are now out of status. So they can't prove status to the SSA. But for the name part, marriage certificate is enough.
     
     
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Lucky2Lucky in Receiving advance parole and permit to work   
    If your son is starting university in Russia, then you chose the wrong path for him to immigrate. Remember that a GC is for someone to live in the US, not outside. 
     
    An IO will most likely deny an AP expedite if the reason is to go back for studies.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in Do we need to submit Form I-693?   
    Then that's your choice to believe in what they say. Civil Surgeons don't work for USCIS. They want their money, that's why most of the times they will perform the whole medical when it's not required for K1, just to get the money.
     
    I'm showing what the policy is. And the policy is pretty clear when it says that it's NOT required.
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    Ayrton got a reaction from L&J@T in Do we need to submit Form I-693?   
    The waiver DOES carry over to the GC application, as long as they filed for AOS within 1 year of the date of the medical. The instructions say that if a waiver was given because the vaccine was not routinely available, the vaccine is not required anymore. OP received a D waiver, so they don't need to get the vaccine again.
     
    "In the context of overseas vaccinations, the term panel physicians use to indicate the unavailability of a vaccine is “not routinely available.” Therefore, if the adjustment applicant is permitted to use the vaccination assessment completed overseas, [11] then officers should not find the applicant inadmissible solely based on the lack of the vaccine(s) that is “not routinely available.” Officers should also not issue an RFE for corrective action. USCIS will grant a blanket waiver in these cases."
     
    https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-8-part-b-chapter-9
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    Ayrton got a reaction from Chancy in IR-5 SSC & Green Cards   
    You can track the GC with the case number you receive after paying the fee. When the card is produced they will also give you the USPS tracking number.
     
    SSN is not issued by USCIS, They just forward the application.
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