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  1. Well, I would like to know ahead of time what my wife would have to do to prove that she will be covered by health insurance within 30 days of entering the US... and if me having a health insurance plan through the marketplace would be acceptable for her, for immigration purposes. I know I’m thinking ahead here, but I have plenty of evidence to give if I’m asked for more evidence of a bona fide marriage. I went to Ghana six times in the last two years, and we have plenty of photos together and with members of her family, plus I have plenty of receipts from money I’ve wired her... and not a day goes by where we don’t talk...
  2. I thought it still might be good to know these things, especially if it does come into law anytime soon. Do you have any answers for this (how a spouse can prove that they will be covered by health insurance within 30 days of entering the US, and if an insurance plan from the marketplace/healthcare site is acceptable for immigration purposes)? Thanks you...
  3. Hi. First let me start off by saying that my wife got denied for her CR1 Visa on September 30th (from the US Embassy in Ghana), and our case is undergoing a consular return. Anyway, my question is, when my wife finally does get approved for her visa, what does she need to do in order to prove that she will be covered by Health Insurance within 30 days of entering the US??? If I have to cover her under my plan, I have my plan through the marketplace (the healthcare site). Is that an acceptable form of health insurance for immigration purposes? If not, then what is??? Thank you...
  4. Hello. Does anyone have an example of an affidavit or letter, that would be written by a family member or a friend, in support of a bona fide marriage? Maybe a screenshot, a picture, or a description of the format that such a letter should be written? My case is undergoing a consular return (CR1 Spouse Visa was denied September 30th), and I was told that they may request more evidence of a bona fide marriage later on. Thanks...
  5. Hi. I know the Police Certificates from my wife’s home country, Ghana, will expire... but my question was, “Will her International Police Certificates expire?” My wife lived in China for one year, seven years ago, so they asked her for a China Police Certificate and they kept it without giving it back. My wife hasn’t been back to China since she lived there seven years ago, so I would hope that the China Police Certificate would never expire, unless she went back to China (which she hasn’t). It took a very long time and cost a lot to get this China Police Certificate...
  6. Hi. If our case gets reaffirmed, will they also want the International Police Clearance from my wife (again), at her interview?!? My wife is from Ghana, but she lived in China for one year (about seven years ago), so they asked her for a China Police Clearance and they kept it without giving it back. Will the China Police Clearance still be on file, or will they ask for a new one? I mean, my wife never returned to China since she left seven years ago. It was also extremely difficult and costly to get this China Police Clearance. Thanks!
  7. Hello. I am the petitioner, and this is my wife I am talking about. My wife got denied on September 30th (just last month), and our case is being sent back to the States. You said that I may have to do a new Affidavit of Support, if our case gets reaffirmed. Will the Petition and the Immigrant Visa Application need to be done again, too, or ‘only’ the Affidavit of Support? Thank you.
  8. Hello. If a Spouse Petition gets reaffirmed (after a consular return), and sent back to a US Embassy abroad, do the applications need to be redone and paid for again? Or does the petition just get sent back with the new notes and the new evidence? Thanks.
  9. Wasn’t trying to test your patient, but I get it now. I knew that I will receive a letter, but didn’t know if I would have to respond by sending them back a letter. Now I know. Thanks.
  10. Hello. Will they ask you to send them the evidence by mail? Thanks...
  11. What can the spouse do to prove, within 30 days of entering the US, that they will have health insurance? Thanks...
  12. Hi. Is it possible to add your spouse to your health insurance plan, if your spouse has not ever even been to the States before yet?!? I got my plan through the Market...
  13. Hello. About this new law, where immigrants have to prove that they can obtain health insurance within 30 days of entering the US (either that, or have a very big bank account), in what ways would an immigrant have to prove that they can obtain health insurance within 30 days of entering the US?!? What do they take as “proof?” Thanks...
  14. Hello. To my understanding there’s a new law where immigrants have to prove that they can obtain health insurance within 30 days of entering the US (either that, or have a very big bank account). In what ways would an immigrant have to prove that they can obtain health insurance within 30 days of entering the US? Thanks...
  15. I understand, but ‘how’ do they usually ask you to send in the evidence? By mail? Email? Through their website? Thanks...
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