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remotercharm

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  • Location Arlington, VA, USA

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    K-1 Visa
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    Scotland

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  1. The mortality rate in NY is much greater than the average in the UK. The UK mortality rate according to the NYTimes in 44 per 100,000 and in the state of New York it is 129 per 100,000. In NYC it is 222 per 100,000. A lot of the US population is spread out and less dense so I don't think it's good to compare the two countries. In general yes, the UK mortality rate is bad like Italy and Spain but they are also home to London which is a huge dense international city which is going to bring up the average like NYC does to the state of NY. I think the US average could surpass the UK eventually.
  2. Thanks. Our interview was cancelled indefinitely due to coronavirus and travel bans with the UK so I guess now we have time to apply for the Aus cert in case.
  3. Wish there was a bit more notice as we already purchased travel and we won't be able to get the money back. We also already made booked a trip Mexico in June where we wanted to spend some time before he came to the US, but who knows what's going to happen. I'm just not planning anything at this point. Be sure to check your email, junk email, spam or even call to make sure they haven't cancelled.
  4. My fiance's interview was tomorrow, the 17th. He just got this email: "As of 17th March 2020, the United States Embassy in London, UK is reducing routine Immigrant and Non-Immigrant visa appointments. At this time your visa appointment is cancelled. We will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time. "
  5. my fiance's interview was tomorrow (march 17th) and he got this today (march 16th): "As of 17th March 2020, the United States Embassy in London, UK is reducing routine Immigrant and Non-Immigrant visa appointments. At this time your visa appointment is cancelled. We will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time. "
  6. No, it's just the beneficiary at the interview. At least for the US embassy in the UK checklist
  7. do you mean 12 months since he lived in australia? it was maybe 10 years ago and he never got in trouble and doesn't have a record. do they ask him this question in the interview?
  8. My fiance lived in Australia for 8-9 months on the youth visa thing but he never got the police certificate. The UK embassy said "Required for all countries where you have lived for more than 6 months since the age of 16 and any country where you have been arrested, even if you were not resident there". How bad is this? Should we reschedule?
  9. My fiance has his visa in a few days but we weren't planning to bring any evidence of relationship as the official checklist does not say to do so: https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/required-documents/ Has anyone had an issue with not bringing any?
  10. So do they mean US only tax returns, not the previous country's tax return?
  11. Also, if we are meant to fill out this form, why isn't it listed here? https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/fiancees
  12. Is this form addressed to the beneficiary? It seems a bit weird because it's asking about federal income taxes and household income when obviously if the person is here on the k1 fiance they have not filed a US tax return before and are not legally allowed to work so they are not employed. It's also asking for a US credit report or "provide a credit agency report that proves you do not have one". This is all easy for me, the petitioner, to fill out, but is the beneficiary supposed to fill this stuff out? So confused!
  13. Thank you! My tax transcript for 2018 is $46k because I took half the year off. My 2019 transcript will be closer to six figures but I don't think it will be ready in time. I can also get a letter from my current employer showing my salary is now six figures. I imagine this should be enough to skip assets? Thanks!
  14. Should I just put N/A then? It does say in the form that you agree all information is "complete, true, and correct" so saying I have $0 assets seems untrue. No idea if this matters......
  15. See attachment. I do have stocks and bonds. My question is if i have other sources of income proof do i actually need to attach the stocks? I use a robo service that constantly buys and sells hundreds of stocks so it would not be accurate. I don't know what stocks I own at any given time. Should I put $0 If i don't plan on attaching them or fill it out with the current amount and just not attach?
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