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  1. okay..... OP here, just wake up and having breakfast. I dont expect that my question will have 6 pages of debate. I read the news about ACB entirely from reddit and by simple google news search. I think regardless of what happened, our case is relatively safe as we have reached NVC stage. What I must worry is whether I can convince CO whether our relationship is genuine. (We met in December 2016, We live together between July 2017- December 2018, marriage in August 2018, and the last time we meet eat other was November 2019) (So, we are optimism that our case is a genuine case) I have read all the comments. Thanks for all people that said that our worry is valid, because it may affect the minority couple in the future. I know a gay american that vote for Trump, he is my husband close friend. We dont know what he will vote, but he knows that Trump make it harder for us to live together in USA. Well, I think I will focus on my job and prepare for the interview in January 2021
  2. So, My husband is LPR. We are marriage in New Zealand. We have same sex marriage. I am from Indonesia that did not support gay marriage, so our marriage in NZ is considered not accepted. Year 2020 seems like a very hard year for us. Because we cannot have our plan to have a trip to Thailand in November 2020, and Trump's visa ban. My partner is stuck in America because he has better lives in America. While , I am stuck in New Zealand because migrant cannot come back to NZ because pandemic. And Amy Coney Barett becomes supreme court, and I heard that same sex marriage will be erased. Our case has reached NVC and waiting to be DQ. We are worried what will happen to our case, if Trump win and Supreme Court revert their decision in same sex marriage? Is our case will be nullified because of the supreme Court Decision? At this moment I have not seen my husband for almost 1 year, and we really miss each other. PD 9 January 2019 Approved 20 March 2020 WL by email 24 April 2020 Submit all documents 30 May 2020 First Response 6 August 2020 (Need police record for benefactor) Second documents submit 1 September 2020
  3. @geowrian yes, petitioner is on retirement age. What is CO? I am still in working age, I had my job as a junior chef in New Zealand before COVID lockdown. However, I am kitchen steward now after lockdown. I am planning to work in USA. As, it is boring to stay at home. Petitioner is alone, he does not have any other family member in USA. Can we ask friend to be a joint sponsor? just in case. However, we dont want to burden someone.
  4. Background: Petitioner get 1,360$/month from Sosial Security Benefit (16,300 /annum) Petitioner has 80,000$ in stock Petitioner has house with value 117,000$ We believe that we have enough asset for AoS. Documents submit 31 May We got first response 6 August Response #1 : "Petitioner" does not meet the minimum income requirement to sponsor the intending immigrants for this case. The consular officer will make a decision regarding this requirement at the time of the interview. For more information, please visit https://www.uscis.gov/i-864p. To avoid delays, an additional Affidavit of Support Form I-864 for a joint sponsor may be submitted. FINANCIAL SPONSORSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES: Financial sponsors, joint sponsors, and applicants should be aware of responsibilities when signing an I-864 and the consequences for a sponsored immigrant's acceptance of federal means-tested public benefits. For more information visit https://nvc.state.gov/aos. We think we dont need a joint sponsor, What do you guys think? Do we still need to file joint sponsor? The petitioner has no other families in USA, so it it will bother to ask friends to help.
  5. Hi Visa Journey. PD 11 January 2019 Transfer Nebraska 10 December 2019 Approved 20 March 2020 F2A, spouse is LPR Since our I-130 is finally approved, We are preparing for Affidavit of Support (AOS), and have questions in it. I (benefactor) was confused about AOS, my spouse (Petitioner) told me that he has consulted with lawyer and he does not need to show his tax transcript for 3 year as he is retired. However, since Petitioner has lot of asset in USA, that he can show them to NVC. and the lawyer thinks that his asset is enough for AOS. His assets are some cash in bank, house, car and some stock bond. (I dont know if he got money from retirement) We are not hurry to do this because COVID19. However, what should we prepare for AOS that rely on petitioner's asset?
  6. I am questioning in behalf of my friends. Petitioner : USC, Physical address in Colorado State Benefactor : Indonesian citizen. Petitioner put his home address in Colorado State in I-130 form, while occasionally staying in Indonesia. They have finished I-130 package, and will mail their I-130 package from Indonesia. Which address that they should send? Is it this one? Is it correct? Source https://www.uscis.gov/i-130-addresses
  7. Hi, I am writing this topic on behalf of my partner. My partner would like to apply for citizenship, but after seeing his record. He was outside of USA September 7, 2017 - April 13, 2018 (217 days) You can see his record here : https://imgur.com/a/VdC06cK My spouse always keep his house in USA, but he dont have jobs there. He also dont have immediate family in USA. He would like to apply N400, but he is not sure what is the rule said because he is outside of USA too long in 2017. He was outside USA too long because he has operation and visiting me. Herebu, I attached his holiday record for 5 years. in current rules, when he can apply for his N400 application? Assume, he is not taking holiday overseas when he can apply for citizenship? Is it 2023?
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