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LilyJ

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    Orlando
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    Florida

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Nebraska Service Center
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    Orlando FL
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    Denmark

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  1. Doesn't matter, you must still anyways prove that she will not become a public charge. Also last I checked, Indonesia IS in Asia. So Indonesians would be Asian. No?
  2. She has to report any income made in Indonesia to the US as well on her US taxes and pay any income taxes due to the US, even if the income was made in Indonesia (usually you are exempt from paying taxes off foreign income unless it's over $100k a year, but it MUST still be reported on US taxes even if it's under $100k). So yes she has to report ANY Indonesian income or any other foreign income on her US taxes every single year. Just reporting it to Indonesia doesn't cut it she must file US taxes as well
  3. The only qualification is that he must have his own ample income/assets to meet the minimum income requirement to be a joint sponsor. As a US permanent resident, your wife will have to file taxes in the US every year even if the income was not made in the US.
  4. Do you have a screenshot? Did you closely check the email address? Never heard of USCIS stating that they approved faster than normal when approving a petition early.
  5. Tried to call to see if there was any update on my I-129f or I-130 but the rep was very vague and just kept giving me processing times, so I guess that means nothing yet, trying again Monday 🤞🏻
  6. Wow.. your I129f pd is only 2 days before mine and your I130 is 1 day before mine.. hope I hear soon too then🤞🏻
  7. I didn’t, I just filled it out as normal. It seems their protocol is just to look for the attached I130, last I heard there was only 3 K3s approved this fiscal year
  8. Unfortunately Nebraska is the slowest service center right now. Expect it to take at least around a year from NOA1 to NOA2 for Nebraska
  9. I130 approved they said. I assume the I129f probably was denied after the I130 was approved
  10. My husband renewed his ESTA after submitting our I-130, his ESTA was approved with no issues in less than a day, so you don't need to worry about that should you need to renew your ESTA again
  11. What service center are you at? Some service centers take longer than others. But they also can use extra scrutiny for certain countries yes as some places are more high fraud than others
  12. Oh I see now, misread it originally, well hopefully the rest of us half are next 🙏🏻
  13. There’s also Potomac filers where the fast approval was just the norm for Potomac
  14. Keep in mind that in Frankfurt, as far as I know and from my experience with connection flights there, you will still have to go through Schengen Area passport check and through airport security still, even though you are just taking a connecting flight. So give yourself ample time to be able to get through security and passport check and to your gate (it's the biggest airport in Europe and very busy so you definitely want to make sure you have enough time to not miss your connection. Has happened to me there before). I would say give yourself at least 2 hours, so you have some wiggle room in case you land in Frankfurt late or anything like that. Make sure you don't need a visitor visa to pass through Frankfurt, and if you do, get it taken care of so you aren't rejected at passport check. Edit: Just re-read you would have 4 hours layover, so you should be fine there. But make sure everything else is taken care of in terms of whether or not you need a Schengen visa to enter for your connection flight and be aware of passport check and airport security.
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