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  1. Thank you! Should I have a seperate E-notification form for each of these as well?
  2. When filing concurrently do I still need to include 'supporting evidence' for the I-765 and I-131 such as marriage certificate, I-94, photocopies of passport etc, or will having that evidence included with the I-485 in the same application suffice? If not, will photocopies of my marrige certificate suffice as I only have 2 certified copies of it? Thank you in advance!
  3. Hi all, I moved to the US recently on a K1 visa and am now in the midst of AOS paperwork. In part 3 of the I-944 it asks: 11. Do you have a U.S. credit report? 12. Do you have a U.S. credit score? Obviously I have neither of these things. I have attempted to use TransUnion and Equifax to obtain proof that I have not got a credit score or report, however they require either a US card number which I do not have (my wife and I share her debit card) or a US address. The problem is that I am not on the lease for our apartment as the landlords told me to wait until it is renued to be added, so when I fill out my adress on the credit report forms they cannot find a record of me living here and thus cannot show proof that I have no credit report. I have seen other people run into a similar problem as me, though there's is that they don't have an SSN. I fortunately have an SSN but because of the address information I cannot get the information I need to attach to my I-944. Has anybody else experienced this issue? Any advice on what I should do?
  4. I will be submitting forms I-485, I-131 (travel document), I-765 (employment authorization), two I-864s (affadavit of support), and new form I-944 (declaration of self-sufficiency). How many photos do I need in total?
  5. Out of curiosity, if my wife (petitioner) has no income, but her brother (joint sponsor) qualifies on his own, would we be best off making him fill out his own i-864 or having him fill out an i-864a instead? (we all live in the same house, but my wife is not claimed by her brother on his tax returns)
  6. Hi all, this is probably a ridiculous question but I just wan't to be sure before I finalise my AOS paperwork: are joint sponsors still allowed when applying for a green card on a K1 visa? Or is this replaced with my own/my households funds as listed on the i-944? My spouse and I were relying on her brother as a co-sponsor and now we are a little worried! Thanks for any help!
  7. My spouse doesn't file taxes and is applying manually for economic impact payment on the IRS website; there are two options available for filing status, 1. single, 2. married filing jointly. We're in the midst of AOS paperwork (delayed because of COVID-19) and we were married before the 31st of December 2019. Should we be filing jointly since we are married, or not since I don't have a work eligible social security number? Would filing as 'single' hurt our case since we are married now? It says on the IRS website that you are ineligible if you are a 'nonresident alien'. Thank you in advance for any help!
  9. Hi all, I recently got married on a K1 fiancee visa and am currently filling out the forms for Adjustment of Status, but I'm a bit puzzled as to what documents are needed for the medical. I had my medical examination in the UK on October 10th 2019, a little over 5 months ago. It is to my understanding that I don't need to file the I-693 since my medical was less than a year ago, is this correct? I was given a sealed medical packet along with my K1 visa, is this to be submitted here? I have a sheet from my medical in the UK listing my vaccinatons and whatnot, should this be included as proof of vaccinations? I have a disc with my chest X-ray on it from my medical that was given to me at my K1 interview in London, is this to be included too? Any and all help will be greatly appreciated! Thank you
  10. Thanks! So how long should I be getting the visitor insurance for?
  11. It's from this wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_shock
  12. Hi all, I've been looking online for visitor health insurance for while I'm on the K1 visa but I have a few questions. Firstly, what kind of coverage should I be looking for? Inpatient, outpatient, urgent care coverage with co-payments? What kind of policy maximum and deductible? I don't understand the majority of the terminology used for this since I've never had to purchase health insurance before. Is there a minimum amount of coverage I need to get in order to get through the port of entry? Do I even technically NEED it to be allowed through? What kind of proof would I need to show? Secondly, how long should I be getting coverage for? I understand that I will have to change from a vistors plan to a standard one at some point - will that be after the K1 90 days runs out or after I receive a green card? If it's the latter, how long will AOS take? Will 6 months of coverage be too much or not enough? Sorry if these are stupid questions, I'm very new to this! Thanks!
  13. My fiancee is going to be studying. I fully intend to work as soon as I am able to. Nothing we've said even implies that neither of us intend to work so perhaps you should think before being so judgmental. The rampant jealousy from people on this website when they hear that my fiancee is unemployed but still secure financially is hillarious. I'm sorry that you're working a dead-end job to make ends meet and bring your fiance(e) to the US.
  14. She isn't on welfare. Medi-Cal =/= welfare. Medi-Cal is available for anyone who makes less than $17k a year. My fiancee is unemployed, and the money she gets from her family every year is a gift and not taxble so wouldn't count towards her 'income'. It's also below $17k anyway, so either way it doesn't matter. She doesn't have huge bills or rent to pay, she is supported by her family. She is stable but still qualifies for Medi-Cal.
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