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    Mississippi

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Nebraska Service Center
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    Nigeria

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  1. Hi Chika, the NVC contact us through email. We listed our email addresses at the first stage, but I believe you can add it on the CEAC website as well. 

  2. Hello, I've gone to graduate school with other students from various countries around the world. Their Bachelor's degrees are valid here in the US. I would definitely bring multiple copies of your transcripts (sealed) for the sake of applying to multiple programs. I'm certain you could find a job teaching on the secondary level (middle or high school) and fund your way through school. A good friend of mine has a Bachelor in Chemistry and has taught for the last 12 years. The only thing with that is you may need a teaching license/certificate (which isn't as extensive as getting a Bachelor's degree but would require some time). If your area is short of teachers, you could also try an emergency teaching license. If that doesn't suit you, you could also apply to graduate assistantship programs that allow you to work in your academic department AND attend classes as a graduate student. Those grad assistantships tend to be limited in numbers, but it never hurts to apply anyway.
  3. Hello, I came to see how things were progressing on your end with the NVC. I noticed that you heard back them a little over a week ago. With the I-864, if your wife's total income was lower than required, your mother-in-law would need to be the co-sponsor. When my brother petitioned for his wife and son (also from Nigeria), my mom and dad were co-sponsors even though my brother lives in the same household. 

     

    We finally received my husband's passport which I sent to him. We were able to gather the necessary things and got everything submitted. I called the NVC yesterday morning to double check that they received our stuff (the status on the ceac site looked as if we hadn't), and this morning we got the email about being "Documentarily Qualified."

     

    Hopefully, there will be no more delays in the process for you and your wife! Godspeed!

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    2. Team A Forever

      Team A Forever

      Thank you! I've texted him your number. His name is Daniel. I know Ikeja.. We generally stay at the Presken when I'm there. He's in Ojokoro.

    3. sunrisecouples
    4. sunrisecouples

      sunrisecouples

      Hello Camille, I sent you messages on whatsapp. 

  4. Good day, have you heard anything from the NVC?

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    2. sunrisecouples

      sunrisecouples

      Okay. It's nice hearing back from you again. I hope they have your husband's released asap. I already have my police certificate. I got it 2weeks ago. Right now, my wife is in the process of getting the Tax Transcripts from IRS. She had tried to request for them online but has been having difficulty making that happen, so just yesterday she called IRS to request for the Tax Transcripts to be mailed to her but it will take 5-10 days for her to receive it. She already has the W-2s and 6months PayStubs ready. So when she receives the Tax Transcript next week, she can complete the I-864EZ form she started filling last Sunday. Meanwhile, both AOS and IV fees have been paid. Infact, the IV fee was just confirmed PAID on the ceac website, about an hour ago. The AOS fee was confirmed PAID last week. So tomorrow, I will start filling out the DS-260.That's the position we are, at the moment. 

    3. Team A Forever

      Team A Forever

      Sounds good! The DS-260 is pretty straightforward. I completed for my husband. Many of the questions are similar to that of the I-130 form. Godspeed, I'll keep you updated. :)

    4. sunrisecouples

      sunrisecouples

      Alright, thank you. 

  5. Thank you for your response. I guess I was looking at this through the lens of someone who uses social media to stay connected to family members I don't get to see often, articles relating to my own interests, and photo sharing. My husband and I would have nothing to worry about. It just seemed unnecessary from my point of view. Again, thanks for the clarity.
  6. What purpose would vetting someone's social media account serve? This doesn't make sense to me...
  7. Yeah, I sent a copy at first and received a similar letter. We weren't able to get a certified copy, which is why we sent the original. How long after sending in the certified copy did it take for them to process?
  8. This is good news for me to read! I filed my tax return married jointly while also applying for my husband's ITIN number at the same time. This was in February. He had to courier me his passport after I submitted it so that they could process his application. Haven't heard anything yet, but we're also at the beginning of the NVC stage, so I'm hoping they can get his passport back to me, so that I can get it back to him before he needs to it for the next steps in the process.
  9. I’ve read it takes a few days to be able to log in. Congrats!!
  10. I would call and check to see if they have received your file.
  11. I found something to keep my mind busy. It’s a long wait, but it will be worth it. Sending good thoughts and prayers your way!
  12. My approval was May 7th. I received my NOA2 on May 11th. I got an email on May 16th saying my file was sent to NVC. They've updated, when I check Tuesday morning it had April 29th. So it seems NVC is moving along nicely.
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