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    Denver
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    Colorado

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Country
    Bangladesh

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  1. Yah, nothing to worry about. My parents are old too, and doesn't understand English. The American CO at US Embassy Dhaka greeted and very politely interviewed them in Bangla.
  2. Agree with you. This is the point one should make. I am a USC and my parents got their B1/B2 visa last week. It was like a 5 min interview, no issues at all. They didn't even look at any of the different documents they took with them. I think only time it would be denied if they already have an immigration visa application under processing.
  3. Create a MyUSCIS account for your husband and check for what's listed as the address.
  4. Unfortunately, the correct answer is, 'nobody knows'. Each case is different, and the processing times are also different at different embassies. Ours took about 3 months.
  5. You are right. Tax transcript is what you get from IRS. You can download them from their website after creating an account. You can also request them by calling them. Tax return is what you submit to IRS when you file your tax. 'tax return transcript' is the same as tax transcript.
  6. Tax transcripts are sufficient, no W2 needed. But, in your post title you mention 'tax return'. Tax returns are not sufficient, you would need W2 with that. So make sure what you actually mean, and act accordingly... 😀
  7. What a coincidence! My wife received her card just today. I am from CO. Today marks the 119th day since her arrival, so I guess USCIS didn't miss their timeline! 😂
  8. We are almost 3 and a half months and no green card yet. We tried to contact USCIS, but they said wait up to 120 days before making any inquiry. So we are not worrying about it much, you should not either.
  9.  

    My spouse interview  was Last week of this months  at US Embassy Dhaka and right now case status is Administrative processing .

    I see your Spouse case status  was also  Administrative processing.

    Did you email or contact with   embassy before getting the VISA?

    How long it was took  solve the problem?

    Please give me reply.

     

     

     

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    2. suhridkhan

      suhridkhan

      Don't worry too much if your marriage is genuine. Administrative processing is quite common these days. 

      If they didn't ask for any further proof or documents, I think it's good news. Keep sending them an email inquiry every few weeks.

       

      There is nothing really you can do, except just pray and hope for the best.

      InshaAllah you shall get approved soon.

    3. Mahfuz

      Mahfuz

      Thanks for  your  wishes.Allah knows well. 

      After 22 days they updated my case twice.I don't know what does update meaning?

      Are they working on it? What you think?

       

    4. suhridkhan

      suhridkhan

      I think this is good news. But, nothing's absolute until you get a change is case status. 

      Be patient.

  10. Very much agree with you, it's not just Pakistanis, it's almost everyone. The worst part is, most ppl just fill it initially, then at later stage never updates it. When they get an interview date, most people just disappears! And they come back if they are put into AP!
  11. The beneficiary lived in Japan for 4 years for graduate studies, that's the only travel history outside of BD. You are to the point about the tax history - most recent tax didn't reflect the current income. Although I submitted W2, bank statements, and employer verification, they didn't accept that.
  12. They would place anyone they like in AP for no specific reason! Keep that in mind. My initial AP was for they wanted a joint sponsor, although my current income is way above requirement. We submitted a joint sponsor within a week. But still they kept us in AP for 3 months. So, don't plan anything just yet. Wait till you get your visa at hand. I might sound pessimistic, but everyone in this forum will confirm, that’s the reality. APs are getting more and more common these days.
  13. After the visa is issued, it is only a 3/4 business days. The main question is if the visa is issued. What does the online status shows after the interview is done?
  14. We are also about 50 days and counting... No, green card. The social security card also didn't arrive automatically. We had to go to the SS office after a month of waiting and apply for one.
  15. Thanks for your informative reply. My wife entered 5 weeks ago. We are also waiting for the green card. Do you know how much time the social security card take? Or, should we just visit to the social security office, and request a card?
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