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  1. Really good suggestions to include the graduation acceptance letters! Thanks so much!
  2. I got my green card in June 2021 and then had to move away to another state for grad school July 2021. My husband and I have seen each other every month for 2-3 weeks at a time. Sometimes he visits me and sometimes I visit him! I have records of gas receipts/airplane tickets/pictures of when he visits. We also drove down and had a lot of fun with his extended family in South Carolina. We have a lot of financial comingling. He is on the lease for my apartment in the new state, and we own our house in Michigan where we originally are from. I’m wondering what other evidence should we be gathering besides pictures, joint bank account transactions, airplane tickets. To show that we are definitely legitimately together!
  3. You might be okay. It really depends on the officer and if they will accept it without “proof” that you entered legally. This might have to go through a lawyer. I have seen threads here where people wrote a letter and signed it and that was accepted instead of an I94 travel record. Us Canadians just squeak through the borders sometimes and it gets inconvenient when you’re trying to adjust status!
  4. Fellow Canadian here that went through this process. Not having an i94 record might actually be an issue. See this thread for some good suggestions like contacting DHS. - For your I130 I would put Canadian Visitor - I put all the photos in a word document and put information like “date/location/description” under each photo. It looked way more organized. - sworn affidavits are supposed to outline how the party knows you. I included 3 and I don’t think they were ever read. I never even got them notarized (you can to make it look even more legitimate). at the end of the day USCIS wants financial commingling. My husband and I had joint credit cards, bank accounts, he put me on his work investment accounts as a beneficiary, joint health insurance, deed to the house together. That’s the stuff they really care about!!
  5. Something about your marriage doesn’t sit right with them. They won’t deny you. They will first send you a notice to provide more evidence and what not.
  6. Hi guys, Approved on the spot!! Married to UScitizen. Status has changed to card is being produced. Detroit, MI office. PD Aug 25, 2020. Quick summary: 1. Officer brought us in and told us we did a great job on the application and he was going to approve it today if everything else looked good. 2. He looked through my passport and said there’s no stamp. I said I came in using a nexus and not my passport. He asked for everything financial and the medical form. We gave him so much stuff and he didn’t even look through it just put it into the folder. 3. He said the i130 was already approved so he was only going to go through i485. 4. We started going through i485 line by line. He asked my husband my name my birthdate and where I was born 5. He asked me where I worked I told him DTE but I did work remotely for my Canadian employer before. He said yea that’s fine 6. He asked me allllll the questions from the I485. If I had ever been illegally entering the US etc. 7. He said congrats you’re approved sign this. 8. I asked him to change my last name he said we can’t do that since we already approved it. 9. We walked out. Status changed already!
  7. Really need help guys!! I am married to a USCitizen and have our interview scheduled for July 26 week. PD is Aug 18, 2020. The issue is I am going to back to school for grad school in North Carolina and we have gotten an apartment there. We will split time between both places and will keep our Michigan place as our primary residence. Our licenses say Michigan address and that’s what we submitted our application with. We own the Michigan place. Our lease for the apartment in North Carolina started July 24 and we will be moving in July 30. Should we be mentioning this during the interview if they ask if there was a change in address? My husband will work remotely and both our names are on the North Carolina lease and our house in Michigan.
  8. Really need help guys!! I am married to a USCitizen and have our interview scheduled for July 26 week. PD is Aug 18, 2020. The issue is I am going to back to school for grad school in North Carolina and we have gotten an apartment there. We will split time between both places and will keep our Michigan place as our primary residence. Our licenses say Michigan address and that’s what we submitted our application with. We own the Michigan place. Our lease for the apartment in North Carolina started July 24 and we will be moving in July 30. Should we be mentioning this during the interview if they ask if there was a change in address? My husband will work remotely and both our names are on the North Carolina lease and our house in Michigan.
  9. I’m thinking of sending an angry email to Bidens office.
  10. Does that mean that the computer will reschedule automatically in a few weeks?
  11. Was all ready for the interview and it was canceled due to Juneteenth. Feels like this is literally never ending! Anyone else? How long will this take?
  12. Hi guys, I will be moving away for school to North Carolina. I am beneficiary married to USCitizen currently we both live in Michigan. My husband will continue to live in our house in Michigan (that we own jointly) while I’m in school. We have not signed a lease yet, but plan to sign it sometime later next month. We will co-sign the lease as my husband plans on visiting me once a month. Our interview is June 18 and we don’t know if we need to mention this during the interview? I don’t want them to do a credit check on us later on and realize that we didn’t mention the North Carolina lease that we plan on signing likely after the interview. Am I overthinking this?
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