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jerval

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About jerval

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  • City
    Phoenix
  • State
    Arizona

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Nebraska Service Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    Chile

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  1. I've filled for years like this. You file married filing separately and for your spouse's ssn you write NRA which means non resident alien. It's true that your spouse will not receive his ssn until he's physically in the US. They mail it to you after going through immigration at the port of entry.
  2. You should get in touch with the US Embassy in your country. They'll let you know when you can do the medical exam. Don't take the medical exam until you've been told you can. In Chile they have a dedicated email for immigration visas and they told me that my wife should not to take the medical exam yet as it's only valid for a limited time... but that I should get in touch with them again on July 1st.
  3. Good news... Just got DQ'd! Case was revisited about two weeks after resubmitting.
  4. It's been nearly 90 days since FBU Costa Rica let me know that they mailed my child's SSN and Card. We live in Chile. I would like to file my US taxes before July 15 but without my daughter's ssn it is quite difficult. Anyone else have experience with the FBU in Costa Rica? Is it normal to wait so long? I just wrote them to find out id they can track what they mailed to me. I know the address is correct because the US embassy here in Chile helped me to make sure it was written correctly.
  5. First applied on May 22. Today (only 7 days later!) I received a message that they need two documents: proof of assets for me (petitioner) and for the co-sponsor. It took forever for the messages to load on CEAC but I should be able to resubmit before Monday. I'll keep you all posted as to when I get DQ'd.
  6. Thanks for the reply! Yes, I've filed taxes for all the years I've lived here, unfortunately I can't find a copy of my 2017 taxes which means I'd have to ask for transcripts through the mail. The IRS online interface doesn't work for me. As for domicile, we're going to be living with a parent of mine until I get a job in the US, this address is also my permanent address. Unless I find a job before we move there then I'd fly out before my wife and rent a place, etc. I could conceivably contact a realtor and look for rentals, not sure if that'll help. The idea is that during the NVC stage I find a job. My daughter is too young to go to school.
  7. IR-1 Visa here, just made it to the NVC stage. I've lived in Chile since 2011 and have been waiting for my wife's visa to be approved before moving to the states. I obviously am going to be moving back to the states with my wife and daughter, but I have to prove that to the NVC. I'm writing a letter explaining my situation and including the following information. They all show the same address, where we intend on living. US Bank account statement US credit card statement LLC formed in 2020 in my name Proof that I've been applying for jobs (emails and job board confirmations) Latest federal tax return Will this be enough? Should I include something else? I don't have a recent voting record, US property or an unexpired driving licence. My latest state taxes were filed for 2018 in a different state than we're planning on moving (where mother lived, moving to where father is). That is why I'm not including my state taxes. I have to use a joint sponsor because I only have foreign income that will stop once I quit my job and move to the states.
  8. I got the email that they've created our case in the NVC less than a day after I received notification that we were approved! Just paid the fees. Nuts, this is so much faster than I thought it would take!
  9. I got the email that they've created our case in the NVC less than a day after I received notification that we were approved! Just paid the fees. Nuts, this is so much faster than I thought it would take!
  10. Just got approval!! Wow! Unexpected!! Priority date 11/06/2019 Nebraska Service Center, not transferred Had two dates changes, once in February, the other May 1 Filed I-129 in December I'll update my timeline soon! Looks like Nebraska is getting faster!
  11. Just got approval!! Wow! Unexpected!! Priority date 11/06/2019 Nebraska Service Center, not transferred Had two dates changes, once in February, the other May 1 Filed I-129 in December I'll update my timeline soon! Looks like Nebraska is faster!
  12. So they're waiting for me to file my 2019 taxes, that's why I haven't received payment yet?
  13. Hey everyone. Anyone still getting payment status not available? I'm a US born citizen and have always filed taxes (still living abroad for 8 years now waiting for I-130 for my wife). I try adding my foreign address and it doesn't seem to work. I add the address exactly as I did on my 2018 tax return but still nothing. My child also was born in mid 2019 and I'm still waiting for her SS number (had to apply for the SS number through Costa Rica and it takes forever for mail to get here in Chile). I haven't filed my 2019 taxes because of this. Will I be able to get her $500 extra? I make under 75k living overseas. I file married filing separately because we live overseas and my wife is a NRA.
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