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CarlosSeoanes

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

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  1. https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/02/politics/temporary-restraining-order-visas-immigrants/index.html?no-st=1572803672 Good news! Judge blocked the required health insurance for immigrant visas that was supposed to start today!
  2. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/Presidential-Proclamation-on-Health-Care.html posting this again as is very URGENT! New law effective November 3rd that requires immigrant visa applicants to proof that they have US health insurance during the interview.
  3. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/Presidential-Proclamation-on-Health-Care.html URGENT!!! New law requiring proof of US health insurance during the immigrant visa interview. Effective November 3rd!!!!
  4. Yes he was allowed to be with us in the cabin as an emotional support dog. Our flight was through American Airlines 🙂
  5. UPDATE: My husband and I (together with our dog) entered the US this past Friday September 27th. Our flight arrived in Miami at 4am and during that time immigration was empty! It only took us 20 min for the immigration officer to process my husband immigrant visa (IR1) as his package was all electronically. We had a productive first weekend together in the US! Bought a car, got both a cell phone line, etc. Now looking for our permanent location where we want to live! (Our employer gave us 2 months of temporary housing here in Miami). Attaching a pic of my dog and I during our flight to Miami! Wishing everyone the best of luck!
  6. This happened recently? I got mine faxed to a fax in Brazil back in March with no problem.
  7. You are making it a big deal! Just have them fax it to you or your dad directly. If you are concern of “privacy info” just wait by the fax machine as the IRS fax it immediately when you call. Or else your dad might get an 221g by the embassy and will have to provide it anyways and will delay the process. The attitude of saying “they will just get what he got” is the wrong way of going about it.
  8. The IRS can also fax the transcripts to you. For us we had problems getting it online and was faxed to us immediately (just need to call them and have a fax). They are also able to fax overseas, for us it was faxed to us in Brazil.
  9. Here is the link to pay for the immigrant visa fee (green card) after you receive your passport with your immigrant visa (instructions will be given once you pick up your passport/visa). This fee must be paid before you arrive in the US to avoid delays: https://my.uscis.gov/uscis-immigrant-fee/
  10. Depends of the embassy/consulate. For the consulate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil now everything is done electronically and there is no longer a sealed envelope. They only issue the immigrant visa. This is is a new process that they are starting to role out and Brazil was one of the first one to implemented.
  11. Hmmmm might be as been an IR1 means that you have been married for over 2 years so you don't look "desperate" in applying for the green card benefit right away. But I still believe it all depends of all the documents you submit and the consulate officer.
  12. Just picked up my husband IR1 visa this morning at the visa support center here in São Paulo. I also paid online the USD 220.00 immigrant visa fee. Cool thing is that for Brazil everything is electronic so no need to carry the sealed envelope to give to the immigration officer once landing in the USA. Now working on booking our plane tickets!!! Finally this long journey is over! Wishing you all the best and thank you all for your support!
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