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  1. First of all, I support that, and the US does have a program for that. It's called "Refugee". Of course it is not acceptable for citizens or anyone for that matter, to live at the poverty levels. The goal of the government should be to strike for so that no one has to live below the poverty level. Now whether or not we'll get there is a different story. But I see nothing wrong from demanding family reunion immigrants to be able to take care of themselves so they do NOT fall below the poverty line. And how can they do that if they come in at or below the poverty line? Of course the government (any government) can demand a higher standard for immigrants. Look at the immigration system in Canada. What do they have? A merit-based / points-based system. Everyone is ranked and given a score depending on your age, your educational levels, your experiences.... and the top whatever percentage get in, the rest don't.
  2. The visa is affixed in her passport. It looks like this:
  3. Bring a representative of chat logs and pictures and proof of times spent together. Just few pages, not more. London is not a hard Embassy. Moreover, London seems to have adopted the approach of "your relationship must be real since you are willing to abandon a protected socialist society with health care provided to its citizens for free, to live in a messy, crime infested place like the US with a President who proclaimed himself a "stable genius" and just paying for health insurance can bankcrupt you. You are out of your mind. Here's your visa."
  4. I read your entire post and have no idea what the issue is. They told you to it was fine, straight from the horse's mouth. Just show up to the interview and it will be fine.
  5. Piece of cake :)) Just be glad it's not like China where you have to appear in person at the local police station and you have to pay off the official in order for them to give you one.
  6. Oh, I misread your post. I thought they already answered "negatively" but now realized they haven't answered yet. I still don't think they will accept the German page, because it is NOT an official Italian document. If I were you, I would work on requesting another one from Italy anyway, while waiting for the Embassy's answer as to if it's acceptable or they will mail you back the Italian report you submitted (I doubt either one of those things will happen and it will take a long time for them to respond and they may not even respond at all). That's why you need to work on plan B which is getting another Italian police cert.
  7. You have to get another police certificate from Italy and have it translated and certified. Unfortunately, mistakes cost you time, and you just learned it the hard way. Is it easy to get one from Italy? Some countries you can get it same day or a few days and some countries it takes months.
  8. When they send you an interview notice with the date and time to appear. Nobody can force you to do anything, so no, you do not have to do.
  9. Few days to a week or two, depending on the Embassy/Consulate
  10. No. The card expires doesn't mean he loses permanent residency. He just needs to apply for a new card. https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/after-green-card-granted/renew-a-green-card Yes, but I think he will need that to renew his green card, plus you don't need that for the interview. What you can do is make copy of the card now, then the husband can file the revewal for the green card. You can take the NOA1 of the I-90 green card renewal form to the interview if you want to. I don't think it'll do anything. Yes Samething your husband needs to do, renew his green card https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/after-green-card-granted/renew-a-green-card Ok, seriously, it's early in the morning. Please be patient. People are not up yet...
  11. I can't. It has to do with how they file taxes, what their affiliations are, and what businesses they're doing. It's not something you can do in 5 minutes. And you shouldn't trust someone over the internet for something like this anyway. You might need to get your own lawyer.
  12. One word of caution, not all nonprofits are cap-exempt. It has to be “institutions of higher education or a related or affiliated nonprofit entities, or at nonprofit research organizations or governmental research organizations.” If your employer does not fall into those categories, the H1B will be cap-subjected and that is a dead end because the cap was filled in like 5 seconds after the application window opened this year back in April 1st. Just so you know, every year USCIS receives more than 200,000 H1B petitions on April 1st, the first day anyone can apply H1B for the next fiscal year, against a quota of 65,000 (+20,000 reserved for advanced degrees people). So you’re pretty much screwed if you’re not cap-exempt. The vast majority of the H1B go to the tech giants like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, ... and the Indian consulting companies.
  13. They may be closed for other purposes in order to focus on doing interviews. If I were you, I would just show up at the date/time printed on the letter. If it’s wrong it’s on them and you have the proof of that in black and white.
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