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EllisAndRenz

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  1. Is there any way to delete the original thread? As good as the advice is, I'm hoping this can just become a bad memory one day.
  2. Yes, we do have to address the elephant in the room. The false allegations. She's admitted to me that it wasn't true, so I guess that's a first step. That's the one thing that hurts the most that's going to be the hardest thing for me to get past. But let's see how it goes. I know how she feels about a great many things now and some are super easy to address (like how I talk to my ex ... so that's fine.) The rest will take some time, but so long as she doesn't go off the deep end again I think we will be OK. And yes, to your point about a psychiatrics assessment, not a bad idea. I'll go with her and that should remove the stigma. 🙂 But again, thank you all for taking the time to read and respond.
  3. I know the other thread is locked. I've read each and every piece of advice. (Even those that disagree with me and that's perfectly fine). Going forward no more saying "love you" to the ex. I get that. As of today she wants to reconcile. I do too, but I have to deal with the fact that she accused me of something that was an outright lie. I do need to find a way to get past that, protect myself going forward. That does scare me. Anyway: Today is a calmer day. Wish me luck.
  4. Not my first rodeo. I know better than to talk about classified information with anyone, including my wife.
  5. I'm not sure I understand this comment. I don't know what could be "used against me". The procedure that I was familiar with didn't happen, and the process was out of the ordinary. I was simply questioning if anyone else had experienced anything similar. To that end, this thread has been helpful.
  6. Questions such as: - Have you ever been a member of a terrorist group? - Have you ever done work for your home countries Government? - Is your intent in the USA to commit espionage against the United States? - Have you ever murdered one or more persons? - Do you have any intent on overthrowing the US Government? The only marriage related questions was: - When did you get married? - What address do you live at?
  7. They told me to stay in the waiting room and said they would call me later. They never did. They just told her that pending anything showing up in a background, she passed and she could go home.
  8. OK, I looked this up. If this were a Stokes interview, they would have also interviewed me. I was never called in, nor did they speak to me. Just her. She said it was extremely friendly, but nearly all of the questions were related to national security. The only relationship questions were "What date did you get married" and "What address do you live at?"
  9. What is a stokes interview? The ONLY other thing I can think of is that I'm in the process of updating my government security clearance, and I do know a lot of questions came up about my being married to a foreign national. So I'm wondering if this is possibly all connected?
  10. We aren't THAT far apart in age. But if there were questions, they didn't ask about them. They also told her unless anything comes up in a background check, she was approved.
  11. My wife and I were separated during our Adjustment of Status interview. In fact, they never called me in. For her, they asked her very few questions about our marriage, mostly national security questions. Has anyone else had this happen? I'm reviewing others posts, and this feels like an unusual situation.
  12. The problem is that many states (my own included) set the State ID expiration to be the same as the EAD/AP card. So once the EAD expires, so does your state ID. (and your ability to work)
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