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  1. I don't think so, but I don't know enough about consulates there to give you specific info. If you go to the portal section at the top of the page you can search for your country, such as Estonia or Latvia, to get more specific info. Additionally, the regional forum may be helpful to you as well: https://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/95-europe-amp-eurasia-except-the-uk-and-russia/
  2. Same-sex relationship is not an issue - I do understand your concern, but no point in worrying about what may or may not happen in the nebulous future. Your ages are not an issue in the eyes of immigration. Of course, on a personal level you both need to take the commitment of marriage seriously and make sure this is what you both want, but you are close in age and being young will not affect your ability to go through the K1 process. Co-sponsor has no negative affect whatsoever as long as the sponsor meets/exceeds the income requirements. Edit: What is your home country?
  3. Call and say "infopass" to get a tier 2 person and ask them about the missing notice. Also you can try to use "Ask Emma" on the website to get info.
  4. Well that makes this a very petty hill for him to die on then, considering she is ALREADY a U.S. Citizen...
  5. Extension letter is usually received within 2 weeks. It is rare to see it take over a month.
  6. "Promoting atheism" isn't really accurate. More like promoting the idea that "religious freedom" includes people who are not religious and protecting those non-believers from discrimination (which includes atheists, humanists, agnostics, etc). Here's the details from the Department of State: https://www.state.gov/statements-of-interest-requests-for-proposals-and-notices-of-funding-opportunity/drl-fy20-irf-promoting-and-defending-religious-freedom-inclusive-of-atheist-humanist-non-practicing-and-non-affiliated-individuals/
  7. Unfortunately, the status "Case is Ready to be Scheduled for an Interview" can stay that way for months on end. Considering how long you've been waiting, hopefully you'll hear something definitive soon.
  8. Here is info on renewing your green card: https://www.uscis.gov/forms/explore-my-options/renew-or-replace-my-green-card You can file to renew if you card is expired or will expire within 6 months. A single DUI doesn't automatically mean you will have issues with renewal or with naturalization but if there are multiple DUIs or other convictions it could be a problem. I assume the "wet reckless" in 2018 was reckless driving involving alcohol. I am honestly not sure how this would be viewed by USCIS. Hopefully some more knowledgeable members here can chime in regarding the driving offenses.
  9. We've been looking into this as well. My husband is Australian, waiting on his 10 year green card. He can apply for citizenship in October. So we are currently planning on waiting for I-751 and N-400 approval, then consider whether to apply for the Aussie Partner visa. Please may change in a few years but I certainly like to keep my options open. This is a link to the Partner visa to apply for if you will be applying from the U.S.: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/partner-offshore/provisional-309#Overview
  10. The USC does not complete the I-864 during the K-1 visa process, they complete a I-134. The I-134 is generally not at strict as the I-864 and it is not binding. To answer your question, to prove current income we used paystubs and a letter from my employer on letterhead stating my salary and hire date. Had no issues at all.
  11. I wouldn't worry over it, but I do find it strange that the status says it could not be delivered. You might want to verify your address info with USCIS. During the process, have you ever moved and needed to update your mailing info?
  12. Have you checked your USCIS account to see if there is a new status there?
  13. It means you do not have to attend a new biometrics appointment because they re-used the info they already have.
  14. I don't think you are counting years correctly. Yes, 2020, 2021 and 2022 are separate years. But June 2020 - June 2021 is one year. June 2021 - June 2022 is another year. Therefore, June 2020 - June 2022 is just TWO YEARS. You were gone the entirety of the THIRD YEAR, June 2019 - June 2020. Another way to look at it is months. 3 years = 36 months. 36 months prior to today is June 29, 2019.
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