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Bars&Saqi

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About Bars&Saqi

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  • Member # 345984
  • Location Seattle, WA, USA

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  • City
    Seattle
  • State
    Washington

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Seattle WA
  • Country
    Bangladesh

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  1. Hey! We had a super by the book officer so we did end up getting the 2 year GC and not the 10 year. But it’s all good, we’re so happy to be in this next phase and knew the risk we were taking!
  2. Hello all, We have our green card interview on 12/3. I will be the main sponsor (petitioner) but do not have 3 years of taxes since I was not required to file in 2018. I have the transcript from the IRS showing no record was found for 2018. Will this be okay?
  3. Thank you! I have 2019 and 2020’s tax returns, but was not required to file in 2018 (I have a transcript showing nor record was found from the IRS). Will this matter?
  4. Hello, We applied for our AOS in January of 2020. My sister was a joint sponsor because we didn’t make enough. We finally got our interview date for December 3rd, and in these 2 years each of us make enough to be the sole sponsor. Can I bring new I-864 and sponsor documents to be the new sponsor or will they go off of what was sent with the AOS documents?
  5. UPDATE: Our interview is on December 3rd, which is a Friday. Our 2 year anniversary is Tuesday, December 7th. we are one business day off. we have decided not to risk rescheduling because Seattle field office is just too unpredictable. We’re hoping we get an officer who will be understanding and if not, it is what it is
  6. I see… so it could add a ton of time to the whole process. Any advice on my original situation of rescheduling/taking a chance? As I mentioned I’m in Seattle so wait times are uncertain.
  7. I have another question: has it happened where someone gets their N-400 interview and denied because their ROC is still pending? Or in those cases if I’ve filed for my N-400 and ROC hasn’t yet been approved they combine the interviews (which I’ve seen before)?
  8. Thank you all for your inputs! The only reason rescheduling isn’t an obvious decision for us is because we are in Seattle, and the Seattle field office is an abyss with no clear idea of how long it would take for a new interview date. It would not be as fast as most other field offices.
  9. Not critical at all - you’re making me wake up and see the positive!! You’re right, hopefully since we will be just a few days off from our 2nd anniversary the officer can delay our approval a few days or just opt to give us the 10 year GC regardless.
  10. Hello, After almost two years (600 days to be exact) we FINALLY got a notice that our AOS interview was scheduled!!!! We live in Seattle so this was expected. However, our 2 year anniversary is on December 7th. We waited this long, we don’t want our interview to be on December 3 or 4 and then have to do the ROC. If the interview is before December 7, should we ask to reschedule? We have no idea how long we’d have to wait for a new date in Seattle. Your advice/suggestions are welcome. thanks in advance!
  11. Hello, After almost two years (600 days to be exact) we FINALLY got a notice that our AOS interview was scheduled!!!! We live in Seattle so this was expected. However, our 2 year anniversary is on December 7th. We waited this long, we don’t want our interview to be on December 3 or 4 and then have to do the ROC. If the interview is before December 7, should we ask to reschedule? We have no idea how long we’d have to wait for a new date in Seattle. thanks in advance!
  12. Many thanks! What a relief! by any chance, do you have any idea how long it would take for the Seattle Field Office to reschedule an AOS interview?
  13. Hi all, I have a pending AOS from K1 in Seattle. My Advance Parole expires in March of 2022. I will be travelling outside the USA in December. is there any rule that I have to have 6 months left on my AP to be allowed entry into the USA? Like passports have to have at least 6 months of validity, do are Advance Parole the same? Or does it not matter? thanks in advance.
  14. We received a renewed EAD in March, which is valid till next March (2022). Does this mean it will be valid until March 2023 even though the card says 2022?
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