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Jay Jones

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About Jay Jones

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  • Member # 299162
  • Location Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines

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  • State
    Texas

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. We did. My wife and I landed in TX in early April. We applied for her SSN in late April. While we were waiting for her SSN card we got married in early May. YES, we applied for her SSN BEFORE we got married. After we got married she received her SSN in her maiden name. We then took our marriage certificate to the SSA office and got it changed to her married name. NO issues, NO problems. So, in a nutshell. We applied for her SSN BEFORE marriage and BEFORE EAD/AP/AOS approval.
  2. You are right. I am glad that they did look at my case. It has been going pretty fast.
  3. My wife just got text/email for RFE. I have no clue what it might be. I sent tax transcripts for 2016, 2017, and 2018. She already has a SSN. Birth Certificate is in English. The medical exam from the Philippines was within a year of me submitting the packet. Well, we just have to wait and see what it's for.
  4. My wife had her biometrics appt today at the office in Desoto, Texas. We were in and out in 15 minutes.
  5. For those who spouse already has a SSN, when you do your taxes this year, do you plan to file Joint, married but filing separately or head of household?
  6. Received biometrics letter today. Biometrics appt is 1/31/2020.
  7. My wife got 3 cellphone texts today that all 3 packets was received. I went on USCIS to add the case receipt numbers and also seen that the biometrics fee was accepted, so now we wait for her biometrics notification. I mailed the packets via Fedex on 28 December and they received it on 30 December.
  8. Well, we mailed everything off Saturday via Fedex. Now the hurry up and wait game starts.
  9. I should've filed in August. I've just been lazy about doing it.
  10. No. I plan to send everything in before Christmas. What about yourself?
  11. We arrived In the US today. Dallas (DFW) was our POE. We went to the area for K1 visas. The first CBP officer took our packet, then took a photo of my fiancé and scanned her fingerprints. My daughter and I (already US Citizens) had to get our passports scanned before we went to the K1 visa area. The total time with the first CBP officer took about 5 minutes. Next he escorted us to the Secondary. We sat in a waiting room with about 20 other people and waited about 30-40 minutes before my fiancé's name was called. The CBP officer in Secondary gave her passport to her and told her to have a nice day. No questions were asked. I also checked the I-94 website when we got to our hotel and her K1 visa arrival is in the system. It was a GREAT today except for the rain and traveling with 6 LARGE suitcases and 3 carry ons and 2 additional back packs and one very energetic and hyper 3 year old, lol.
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