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Paul & Mary

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About Paul & Mary

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    We Did a DCF! Not an Attorney, Not wearing any pants!
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  • Location Phoenix, AZ, USA

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    Phoenix
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    Arizona

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    Removing Conditions (pending)
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    Phoenix AZ
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    Philippines
  • Our Story
    Not the typical way - Met in the Philippines, Married in Hong Kong, Emigrated from Mexico, Living in the US. Enjoyed a nice quick DCF.

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  1. She won't be able to get a SSN until getting an EAD. If she has a job offer that can be grounds to expedite the EAD.
  2. Don't go to Cuba or North Korea. Don't spend more than a year out of the US at a time. If citizenship is in the plans look at the time in country requirements.
  3. Putting acco fasteners and tabs just makes more work for the contractor. They re-arrange the packets how they want to see it. No one at USCIS is going to see your tabs.
  4. LOL nothing new . . . never leave a blank. N/A for you have seen and read the question and it doesn´t apply.
  5. You have time to file the AOS. Do not take more than a year. But why wait? One would think that you would want to have everything ready and past the NVC so that once the consulate reopens, and the Executive Order is lifted, you can get the interviews.
  6. Marry where ever you want. USCIS and the consulate only care that it was a legal marriage to the USCIS/ Department of State. You won´t be filing a DCF in anycase. You will be filing in the US.
  7. Not needed - it all gets scanned by the contractor. It used to be that only the petition was scanned and not the attachments. Just use a large binder clip.
  8. 66 Immigrant visas were issued in June. Can´t say how many were AP, already there or expedited.
  9. Yes, over in the DCF forum. https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/110-ir-1-cr-1-spouse-visa-process-amp-procedu
  10. Don´t expect to hear anything from the consulate soon. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/family-immigration/nonimmigrant-visa-for-a-fiance-k-1.html#11 The answer really isn´t stated but a CO can extended it. The consulate extends it automatically when the the interview cannot be held due to reasons beyond the control of the beneficiary.
  11. You haven´t provided enough info to have an accurate answer. Normally the petitioner will deal with the NVC. If you are documentarily qualified then it is just up to the NVC to schedule the appointment depending on if you are subject to an EO or closed consulate. You are not in any sort of jeopardy. If you are not documentarily qualified then you generally have a year to update them or your petition (if I-130) goes into storage and you have to pay to get it back.
  12. They haven't been back since May 1, 2019. USCIS and the consulate doesn't care how big or small a wedding is. Ours had 2 witnesses.
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