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Ela S.

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Ela S. last won the day on May 21 2020

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About Ela S.

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  • Birthday 08/22/1996
  • Member # 333072
  • Location Alexandria, VA, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Alexandria
  • State
    Virginia

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Washington DC
  • Country
    Spain

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  1. How can we claim our stimulus checks? I have a SSN as well and we’re filing taxes soon but I have no idea how to do anything. I only know I have to file them as resident alien since I’m married to a USC. How do we know if we’re eligible?
  2. How come they never approved the expedite? Did you inquire about it?
  3. So sorry to hear this. I was in the same situation. Unfortunately if your K-1 visa is expired you cannot get a SSN. I applied for it back in November with an expired K-1 visa and got denied. I finally got my combo card this week and have another appointment at the SSA office next Monday. They said with my EAD my application won’t be denied this time. You will have to wait until you get your EAD...
  4. It got rejected due to my K-1 visa being expired. I have an appointment next Monday actually to apply for an SSN again since I got my combo card this Monday and got a job with a start date on January 19th
  5. Very simple. 1. Call USCIS or chat to an agent through Emma (I chose to do it through Emma) and request to expedite your EAD. They will give you a Referral number. (It’s like a receipt # but for requests) 2. Wait for an email from USCIS requesting proof for the expedite. You should get this email within 5 days of initiating the expedite request. The email will include the Info on who to send the proof to (Fax #, Division # etc.) Don’t forget to include a cover letter! 3. Nothing else! Just wait until you receive another email with a case status of approval/denial. This can take up to 30 days but in my case it took 1 day! This whole process took 6 days total for me
  6. My EAD expedite request got approved TODAY!! Insanely fast considering I requested it 6 days ago and literally faxed my job offer yesterday in the afternoon. USCIS are working hard!
  7. Congrats! You’re almost there. May I ask how long it took for them to send you the email asking for proof after you requested the expedite?
  8. In the process of expediting my EAD! I got an offer so I spoke to an agent through Emma and she put in the request on 12/16. When I woke up this morning I had an update status email from USCIS saying they received the request and my status updated on Case Tracker to ‘Expedite Request Received’. She said I would hear back from them within 5 days. I suppose they’ll ask for proof (offer letter) on the next step. Fingers crossed! Hoping to start the new year with my combo card in hand.
  9. Finally some good news! Still no word on the Combo Card though. Still shows Fingerprints were taken. My biometrics appointment was on December 3rd!
  10. Hi there! No one has created a June topic yet so here it is. We’re planning on filing next week. Good luck to everyone AOS Checklist Cover Letter listing Table of Contents (Check Payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security - $1,225.00) Form I-485 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Form G-1145 Form I-944 (Declaration of Self-Sufficiency with applicable supporting documents.) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp Copy of NOA2 Approval letter (from K1 process) I-94 Copy of beneficiary's Birth Certificate translation of birth certificate (if needed) Certified copy of Marriage License Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of DS-3025 Form I-864 (completed and signed by USC) (goes with form I-485) Proof of USC's citizenship (copy of birth certificate, copy of passport bio page, or other) 2018, 2017 (optional), and 2016 (optional) Tax Return (with W-2) or Transcripts Employment Verification letter (updated one - not the one used during K1 process) Pay stubs (last 3 months) Form I-765 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp I-94 Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of NOA2 (from K1 process) Form I-131 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp I-94 Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of NOA2 (from K1 process Be sure to double check for the current fees as fees do sometimes increase, so please check. Additionally check the forms as listed above i.e., current version and or edition date, there has been changes to various forms since February 24, 2020. Consider sending tax transcripts instead of the 1040, and W2's. Also consider preparing a cover letter for each form in addition to the main cover letter. Make sure you send long form birth certificates and not the short form. IMPORTANT: Form I-944 has quite a bit of supporting documents that go with it depending on your situation, be sure to read the instructions for this form carefully. Many people have gotten a RFE for this form so be sure to pay CLOSE attention when filing it out. Hope this helps in your preparation of your AOS. When in doubt ask questions.
  11. Hey there! Spanish beneficiary here just wondering if there are any other spanish/american couples! I see like everything else on here but it's super rare to find spanish members! Manifestaros genteee 😊
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