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  1. I don't see an issue with this approach. Have a copy of your marriage cert in hand though. That will bridge your ids.
  2. For the interview, https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/step-10-prepare-for-the-interview/step-11-applicant-interview.html#:~:text=You%20must%20bring%20the%20following,entry%20into%20the%20United%20States and country specific documents https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Nigeria.html One document that they use to delay you is a some "old" id to prove who you are. For that bring your WAEC records and any other educational records you have (found under "Other Records" section)
  3. Also depends on how the traffic incident is rated. Read the different instructions for the forms that you have filled out so far. They will tell you what offences to report. Definitely felonies but not all traffic incidents are included as I know there are different classification for traffic offenses depending on the severity and number.
  4. I used turbo tax to file for an extension and got an email acknowledgement. Not sure what proof one gets if extension is filled by mail.
  5. Funny cos affidavits are considered weak proofs but if that's what they are asking for, then the friend should get it. There is no standard format. If you google it, you will multiple options that one should be able to customize to fit the need
  6. Use the US address as the mailing address. I don't trust the mail system in Nigeria. There is provision for residential address which can be different from the mailing address.
  7. It is best joining all tax documents into one then upload it. If you are comfortable compressing the files online, try these sites https://smallpdf.com/compress-pdf https://www.ilovepdf.com/compress_pdf If you are not, google and download some application like "pdfedit995". We used this one but I have used the online sites for other tasks
  8. Since you are already married, there is only one primary way to get you spouse. File the I-130 If you were not married then you could have been able to file for the fiancé visa which was sometimes faster before the pandemic. The faster you file the faster you are in line. There are backlogs everywhere in the immigration process.
  9. I would recommend you read the notice for the reason that was given for revocation and be prepared to respond to when given the chance to. Just as every case is different, the reason the CO gave this recommendation in your case might be different too. To get a better answer, we will need to know what the NOIR was for
  10. Since you are just filing, police report is good for a year and could likely expire before his interview You should have left shots till he went for medical. They will make him pay for them again. Marriage certificate can be certified in which ever state the marriage took place. As long as you he was truthful in his visitor's visa interview, he is mostly likely to be denied cos there is now intent. While you are going about it the right way, some of the items I just pointed out could have waited for later.
  11. Take the original along with a copy in case they need the copy for their records.
  12. Time to complete NVC stage depends on you. We had almost all our documents lined up already.
  13. Does anyone have any idea what date range of visas are being scheduled at the embassy now?
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