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JeffandNadine

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About JeffandNadine

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  • Member # 316213
  • Location Pleasant Gap, PA, USA

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Pleasant Gap
  • State
    Pennsylvania

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. Our son will be born in July and we would like to know how to apply for Philippines citizenship (dual citizenship) for him from the United States? My wife recieved her green card earlier this year from a k-1 visa.
  2. Our case updated online the same day we had the interview saying the card was being created and the following day it said it was approved.
  3. We didn’t submit anything from the insurance company but we did give them a copy of the checking account statement for the month which shows the payment for the health insurance. The USCIS officer never asked for any health insurance information even when we told her we were expecting. She asked my wife the same questions from her I-485 and checked off that the answers were the same as on the application. She asked us to put all evidence we wanted to submit to support the application on the table such as leases tax returns etc... The only other questions were how we met, where I proposed, my wife’s port of entry and where I work.
  4. We submitted ultrasound photos with a note from doctor as well as lease, utility bill, joint tax return, bank statements, credit card statement where she is authorized user and work contact info where she is listed as emergency contact.
  5. We had the adjustment of status interview today and the immigration officer said it our case was approvable and it looked like we had everything but it would take two weeks because of a security check that is standard. Is this normal or should we be concerned?
  6. Would my US passport and drivers license be sufficient along with the photo copy that shows the raised seal?
  7. I (the petitioner) misplaced my original birth certificate and am trying to find it. I do have a copy of the birth certificate. Would a copy be enough for the adjustment of status interview?
  8. For supporting evidence of a relationship how much is needed? We will be providing proof that we are expecting a child in July, as well as bank statements, tax returns, photos, and health insurance and 401 k. Is this enough information? My wife is an authorized user to the credit cards but would this be considered a joint asset or liability by USCIS? Thank you very much for any information!!!!
  9. Our AOS interview is the end of February. What questions is the USCIS officer likely to ask? When the paper work was submitted my wife was not pregnant at the time but I made over 28 thousand for 2018 and over 30 thousand for 2019 but my promotion didn’t take affect until November of 2019 and I will very likely be getting promoted again in a couple months so I don’t think income will be an issue.
  10. One of the questions asks about a change of immigration status since October 3rd. Should I mark this as yes and but the eligibility date as the noa date of I-797 for adjustment of status which was October 15?
  11. One of the questions asks about a change of immigration status since October 3rd. Should I mark this as yes and but the eligibility date as the noa date of I-797 for adjustment of status which was October 15?
  12. My wife was admitted to the US on k-1 visa, she has a social security number but according to healthcare.gov she needs to wait until she has a green card until she can get health insurance. Is this correct?
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