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Nomad82

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  1. Hi Austex Thanks for the above, I'm glad i came across your thread - we were wondering on using foreign assets for AOS, would USCIS require you to liquidate the assets as part of the condition for approval? I know it says can be converted in a year but it's not stating that we have to liquidate right? Weird if USCIS forces the immigrant to sell his or her assets if they use it in the I-864 Thanks!
  2. Hi All We're after some advice - when we filed AOS in 2019 (to meet the expiration of I-94) my spouse just started a new job. We met overseas in 2018 when he was on a holiday working visa. Needless to say the tax returns (2018) did not show that he made above the recommended poverty guideline. He currently makes above that however when we had to file the documents he only had his employment offer letter without pay stubs. Therefore we're expecting an RFE based on the current situation - almost a definite I would think. Hence our question is whether replying with most recent pay stubs with cover letter of the expected income for 2020 moving forward (to show above poverty) and a cover letter to further explain the situation (low 2018 tax returns, etc...) would suffice? Or do they only look at the previous year's tax return to make a decision? Understand that they only look at the petitioner's ability to support but I'm sure we'll be above poverty line when both of us are able to work - not sure if that would make the case any better by including that in the cover letter. We're just staying calm at the moment and not panic when we do receive the RFE - understand that it can be other things on top of the above (missing paperwork, unfilled forms, etc...) Thank you VJ Community! 😊
  3. Hi All We're after some advice - when we filed AOS in 2019 (to meet the expiration of I-94) my spouse just started a new job. We met overseas in 2018 when he was on a holiday working visa. Needless to say the tax returns (2018) did not show that he made above the recommended poverty guideline. He currently makes above that however when we had to file the documents he only had his employment offer letter without pay stubs. Therefore we're expecting an RFE based on the current situation - almost a definite I would think. Hence our question is whether replying with most recent pay stubs with cover letter of the expected income for 2020 moving forward (to show above poverty) and a cover letter to further explain the situation (low 2018 tax returns, etc...) would suffice? Or do they only look at the previous year's tax return to make a decision? Understand that they only look at the petitioner's ability to support but I'm sure we'll be above poverty line when both of us are able to work - not sure if that would make the case any better by including that in the cover letter. We're just staying calm at the moment and not panic when we do receive the RFE - understand that it can be other things on top of the above (missing paperwork, unfilled forms, etc...) Thank you VJ Community!
  4. Congrats! Just out of cusiosity how do you check for case completion date?
  5. She was asked as in she provided both countries in her application for AOS? Thanks
  6. Hi All! I'm a currently a little confused with the AOS forms. Long story short I have dual citizenship and I'm at the stage of filing the I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP) and I-764 (EAD) from a K-1 Visa. The first two forms has only one field for nationality and the EAD form asks for more than 1. The question is how would one fill out the AOS and AP forms, do I list Country A / Country B as citizenship or just the passport that I used to apply for the K-1 Visa? Many thanks in advance for the help!
  7. Hi All Does anybody know if one can use an existing police clearance certificate? I have one obtained from Singapore back in early 2018 and by the time I get the NOA2 (hopefully we get approved) I would have had the certificate for over 12 months. I have not been to Singapore since the police check so logically it should still be valid? Also, can I start police checks from other countries early? Like way before I receive the NOA2? Some may take a while... Thanks
  8. Thanks guys - just one of those paranoia moments lol...
  9. Hi All I'm probably a little paranoid but we forgot to number the pages and add in the total number of pages on the cover letter with the application. We did however put colored tabs to each section and bind it at the top. Will this cause issues? I'd imagine it might slow down the process but will it lead to a possible rejection? Thanks
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