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Rocio0010

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Rocio0010 last won the day on September 13

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About Rocio0010

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  • Location Columbus, OH, USA

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    Female
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    Columbus
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    Ohio

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    Removing Conditions (pending)
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    National Benefits Center
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    Columbus OH
  • Country
    Argentina

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  1. Your only option then Is to finalize the divorce, and attend the interview. If she’s willing to, she can write and sign an affidavit saying marriage was entered in good faith, it just didn’t work out
  2. Well, your situation is messy. This is one of the few cases where I would say that hiring a very competent immigration attorney might be better. Either that, or withdraw the current 751 and file a new joint one, with an explanation letter, and with evidence that the divorce was revoked and that you're still together and working things out. Are you sure? She loves you but doesn't want to co- sign the petition? Does she understand how much this hurts your chances here? So she doesn't trust you, yet she doesn't want to divorce and she doesn't want to co- sign the petition? This is beyond immigration, but are you sure you guys want to stay together? Have a heart to heart with your wife and go from there. Even better, ask her to join us here and we can help her understand how much she is hurting your case by neither divorcing nor signing the petition.
  3. Wait, but did you already divorce? You said your wife doesn’t want to, but yet you filed with a waiver. Please clarify.
  4. With proper English chocolate? Not Hersheys? (I’ll never forget what you said, Hersheys is horrible!)
  5. Then what you do is to call your congressman asking them to get you an in- person appointment. That’s what I did in June 2020, was in and out in 10’ and the unrestricted card came about a week later
  6. Adding to this: Never stop building and collecting evidence. If you have been married less than two years at the time of GC approval, you will receive a conditional green card. 90 days prior to the expiration of that green card, you have to file for removal of conditions, which will grant you a 10 year gc upon approva. If your ROC is pending by the time your green card is three years old, and you've been married to the same USC for three years, you can apply for N400. If you're divorced, you need to wait 5 years before applying for citizenship.
  7. Because when @Lil bear said it was probably a problem, this is what you said "Who knows, May not have a record, he lived in pretty remote area" What was your point in saying that?
  8. Not sure why you clarify that. He still needs to disclose it, even “no records”, or even if jail time was served in Mexico, Turks and Caicos, Yemen, or Sumatra.
  9. What do you mean “when you file taxes”? The deadline for filing 2022 taxes is April 15th, 2023. In any tax year, if you are married by December 30th, then you have to file “married”, even if your spouse is not in the US. You could file as “married filing separate” and then amend once spouse is here to “married filing joint”.
  10. Even if no records, they’d still have to disclose their criminal history. Otherwise they’re misrepresenting themselves. This has to be some sort of joke. EWI+ jail time for shooting someone is sort of too much for one single thread😝
  11. While it might not be an issue, if officers are being sticklers they could say that she lied and they were more than friends. Low probability, but still a chance. Is that what they said?
  12. Service center. The first three letters on your 751 case. Mine is LIN= Nebraska
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