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KansasDragon

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About KansasDragon

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  • Birthday 12/31/1959
  • Member # 31085

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Newton, Kansas, USA
  • State
    Kansas
  • Interests
    Chasing a beautiful Filipina Lady!<br />Catching a beautiful Filipina Lady!<br />Kissing a beautiful Filipina Lady!<br />But only if that Filipina Lady is Annie!

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Kansas City MO
  • Country
    Philippines
  • Our Story
    Annie and I met online in January 2005, and over the last two years have become Best Friends, Soul Mates, Partners, and share every part of our lives with each other. She is truly a blessing in my life, every day!

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  1. Thanks everyone. That's what I understood, but he kept disagreeing with me. I asked him 3 times in a row if he was sure. This was not our attorney, since up to this point we processed everything on our own. It was an attorney my wife thought sounded good from an FB group he runs, but after that chat, I'll find someone else. Have a pair of local attorneys being recommended by a Catholic Charities Immigration Consultant that sounds much more promising.
  2. I'm needing to get a little clarity, and hopefully someone here can help. In 2012 my wife was ordered removed from the USA in absentia. (We were living in the Philippines since 2009 at that time.) We filed a new IR-1 Visa request in December 2016. In August 2017, I had an interview with an immigration officer in Kansas City, where I directly asked if we needed a waiver, and was told "No, that is why you're here, so we can verify your information and forward your application to the NVC". Fast forward to yesterday.... We received a letter from the Embassy in Manila refusing our visa application, which states: 212(a)(9)(A) You were ordered removed from the USA. Further down the document it indicates we can request a waiver with form I-601. I chatted with an immigration attorney (via messenger), and he stated we need to completely restart our I-130 application process, but I was reading the letter from the Embassy to indicate we only need to file the waiver request. Which way is correct?
  3. Have you seen this website: http://www.philamohio.com/paso/paso-news/ , you may find some new friends and resources in your area. Hunt for other Filipina in the area and make a few friends you can cook, talk, sing, and be "you" with. You may want to check out this restaurant, too.. http://melyskainan.letseat.at Gotta love Google Search...
  4. We have been asking people to be a joint sponsor for our affidavit of support. One of the people who has agreed is separated for approximately 2 years, and filed her taxes as single last year, no one else living in her home. Can she be a joint sponsor, since she is not officially divorced yet?
  5. After chatting with some of the people in the Facebook group, it sounds more like this... If you get your case expedited, you do not pay the $120 to the NVC, you pay it to the Embassy at the time of interview... which makes a lot more sense than the fee being waived.
  6. Our application has just been forwarded to the NVC after I attended an interview with USCIS in Kansas City. My wife is following a Facebook group and there are several discussions where Filipino beneficiaries are claiming there is no fee for the I-864 Affidavit of Support, if the NVC Expedites your case. Has anyone experienced having the fee waived due to an expedite request?
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