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About SamJan

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  • Location Milford Mill, MD, USA

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Baltimore MD
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  1. Hello, When filing for I-485 for wife and separately for kids, am I also supposed to include separate affidavit of support, certified copy of marriage certificate, etc in kids application ?
  2. Thanks for the info. From this I can infer that I have to sign as preparer and interpreter. am I understanding right?
  3. Hello, My wife (applying for AOS) and I, are filling out the I-485 form together hopefully to send it in Jan 2020. She has insufficient English; and at the of the form to sign, am I going to be the interpreter or preparer signing off?
  4. I am planning to file for AOS and can't find the copy of NOA2. My Wife gave the NOA2 original to immigration officers -it was in the bunch of docs and files - and they did not return the docs back to her during entry. and I thought I had the copies in my files (e-drive) but I don't have it. How can I retrieve the NOA2 ? I have K1-FTP approval notice from NVC saying: The National Visa Center (NVC) received your fiancé (e)’s/spouse’s approved I-129F petition from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Would this help any to substitute NOA2?
  5. Thanks for the info! I yeah I do 😉, it is just I wanted to emphasize that she was K1 visa holder before marriage.
  6. Hello, My fiance (now Wife) has two kids 13 and 10 years old. Are they both filing separate I-485 as well?
  7. Hi Folks, I am planning to file AOS this month. My initial questions are : 1) Fee for kids over 5 years old; is it same as adult's? I assume I will file separate I-485 for each kid? 2) Affidavit of support that we have used for K1 visa interview where I had a co-sponsor needed. Are we going to have him sponsor again along with mine as petitioner? Thanks!
  8. Btw, this is from USCIS . so your assets count. If you cannot meet the minimum income requirements using your earned income, you have various options: You may add the cash value of your assets. This includes money in savings accounts, stocks, bonds, and property. To determine the amount of assets required to qualify, subtract your household income from the minimum income requirement (125% of the poverty level for your family size). You must prove the cash value of your assets is worth five times this difference (the amount left over).
  9. you mean the sponsor? I am 4 total with beneficiary and kids
  10. So if my cosponsor has 2 kids with spouse, it is 4 and they need to have 32.187$ income correct? what is "add 5,525" is for?
  11. Agree. is there a different form to fill out for cosponsor?
  12. I have a question also related to this topic. My Income is not high in my W2 as I have my own business and I have plenty assets (property, assets and cash in bank). Should this be a plus on top of my regular taxable income? would they make a problem at interview any chance?
  13. They don't notify. Unfortunately, you need to keep checking the web site until you see the available date. Well, I checked on my smart phone's browser sporadically which gave me a relief of accessibility. you can do the same. I believe you should have the dates much easier/earlier since the summer is pretty much over. good luck.
  14. from the date embassy received our docs (which I have been notified by email) until our interview date is totally 3 months and 7 days , per embassy and US visa services, it is just busy and we have nothing to do but wait to get a date assigned. however you need to keep checking the dates until you see it is available. it is kind of frustrating. most probably it's because it is summer and embassy and visa apntmnts are very busy
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