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  1. Thank you. Do you have experience with change of address? I am uncertain that USCIS will update our address in a timely fashion.
  2. Hi everyone! My husband and I are considering to move to a different apartment, however we have not received his work permit yet. We submitted his adjustment of status application in Dec 2019, and the work permit may come anytime between now through June 2020 (estimated). Also, our lease ends at our current place at the end of June. When submitting a change of address to USCIS, does that update in their system instantly? Or does it take some time to be processed? We are trying to make a decision about moving or not. It would be nice to move, but not if there is a risk with USCIS processing the change of address. Thanks for your help!
  3. Thank you! We went to DDS this morning, and they offered a one time 120 day extension for the drivers permit when my husband provided the I-797 (NOA1) for the I-485 & I-765. It costs $50, and you can't use the permit to get the drivers license until the EAD/workers permit or greencard is received. You can however take the road test before EAD/ greencard and DDS will record the results. Once you get the EAD/greencard then you go to DDS, and request for your drivers license. I hope this helps anyone else going through a similar thing! Thank you everyone!
  4. Thank you, we are based in GA, we will try renewing with NOA tomorrow and see if it works.
  5. Hi Visa Journey community! My husband just got his drivers permit last week on 1/8/2020, and the expiration date of the permit is showing for 1/25/2020 based on his K1 visa status. How does this process typically work when we are waiting for the Workers Permit/Green Card in progress with USCIS. For example, today he went for the biometrics which shows that his process is moving. Does that help him get his drivers permit renewed? Entered the US: 10/28/2019 K1 visa expires: 1/25/2020 Biometrics appt: 1/15/2020 Any help or insight will be helpful! Thank you
  6. My fiance and I have been researching what to provide to substitute "unobtainable" police certificates. On the reciprocity schedule for Sudan, police certificates are available ONLY for those that are PRESENT IN SUDAN. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Sudan.html My fiance lived in Sudan for 1 year (April 2018 - April 2019), and due to the civil unrest in Sudan, he left for his safety to Uganda. He left not too long after the airways opened up again in Sudan, and commercial airlines began to come back. Coincidentally, in May I submitted my fiance's signed Change of Address declaration to USCIS with our RFE that stated he moved for safety reasons because of Sudan's volatile climate. Now (Sep 2019), Sudan is in a transitional government, and I think it's unwise for him to return because in Africa you never know if things are truly stable. Also we feel that the Consular Officer might think of it as a red flag if he does return to Sudan after his declaration stating that he felt unsafe there in April. My fiance has his police certificate from the country of his nationality and also is planning to get one in Uganda too for good measure. Should we write up a Declaration/Affidavit letter for why my fiance could not obtain his Sudan police certificate and have it notarized in Uganda? Somewhat as a substitute for the police certificate? OR - should he just go to the interview without anything for Sudan?
  7. This is a great topic. Thank you IlyaM for bringing this topic up here. All the best of luck to you, I don't think you should have issues. My fiance and I have been researching what to provide for "unobtainable" police certificates. On the reciprocity schedule for Sudan, police certificates are available for those that are PRESENT IN SUDAN. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country.html My fiance lived in Sudan for 1 year (April 2018 - April 2019), and due to the civil unrest in Sudan, he left for his safety to Uganda. He left not too long after the airways opened up again in Sudan, and commercial airlines began to come back. Coincidentally, in May I submitted my fiance's signed Change of Address declaration to USCIS with our RFE that stated he moved for safety reasons because of Sudan's volatile climate. Now (Sep 2019), Sudan is in a transitional government, and I think it's unwise for him to return because in Africa you never know if things are truly stable. Also we feel that the Consular Officer might think of it as a red flag if he does return to Sudan after his declaration stating that he felt unsafe there in April. My fiance has his police certificate from the country of his nationality and also is planning to get one in Uganda too for good measure. Should we write up a Declaration/Affidavit letter for why my fiance could not obtain his Sudan police certificate and have it notarized in Uganda? Somewhat as a substitute for the police certificate?
  8. Hello- the bio page of the passport is not sufficient if you want to avoid RFE. Please copy all pages of your passport including front and back cover of the passport.
  9. I have never heard of this requirement before, especially for the K1 Visa. I shared evidence of relationship from Facebook messenger and WhatsApp. But only what was relevant for the I-129F.
  10. Hi, do you have the 2nd RFE letter yet? Or were you just notified? I am very curious because I just submitted my response to RFE (intent to marry evidence) on 5/24.
  11. Hi, I submitted the I-129F November 19, 2018 and my fiance was in Khartoum. I saw @Joy18post that she didn't get news on an interview date and I am wondering if others experienced delays recently? @Joy18 any news on your finance's interview? I hope everything is going ok.
  12. On the I-129F we have Sudan, but we want to change his address to Uganda. I believe Kenya is where Ugandan residents have their interviews. If we can't get his address changed, chances are it will go to Sudan
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