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MarlinCobon

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  • Location Newberry, SC, USA

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    newberry
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    South Carolina

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    F-2A Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Country
    Guatemala

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  1. hello! I didn't submit any tax returns and I have my interview on the 27th of this month. I am planning on taking my tax transcripts except for the one for 2020 because I don't have it yet. My sister had her interview on the 15th and she was not asked for any of them. Keep in mind we submitted our application based on the 5 year rule. Marriage based is different. When you submit your application you always have the option to go back and add more supporting documents. Maybe you can submit the tax transcripts for the years that you have and the tax returns for the year that you don't. if you don't have them you can always request them on the IRS page and they will arrive in 7-10 days.
  2. I have seen a lot get interview letters, even days after proclamation was cancelled, but they were getting dates of after the 31st.
  3. Hello everyone! so I have some questions that I hope I can get answers to. Are we required to get insurance for our spouses aboard before the interview? and I was trying to figure out the DS 5540 but it says its unavailable and then I read this. Update on Public Charge Last Updated: August 7, 2020 On Wednesday, July 29, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York enjoined the Department of State from “enforcing, applying, implementing, or treating as effective” the Department’s October 2019 interim final rule and accompanying Foreign Affairs Manual guidance related to the public charge ground of visa ineligibility. The Department is complying with the court’s order and is in the process of updating its guidance to consular officers on how to proceed under the preliminary injunction. In the interim, visa applications that appear to be ineligible under INA 212(a)(4) will be refused for administrative processing to allow for consultation with the Department, including legal review to ensure compliance with applicable court orders. Visa applicants are not requested to take any additional steps at this time and should attend their visa interviews as scheduled. Applicants are not required to complete nor should they present the DS-5540, Public Charge Questionnaire. is this for everyone or just for New York? thank you so much!
  4. Hello everyone! So hopefully biden will lift the ban today and I have a question about expediting our case. Just today in the morning when i was headed to work i got into a bad wreck and my car is simply useless and i know i will struggle to get back and fourth to work until i can find an affordable car or a new job near. I am really nervous of what i will do in the upcoming days since i have ended up in the hospital because of bad neck pains before and this will make it worse. Do i have a good reason to expedite? Thanks in advance!
  5. There are people that dont know exactly how expiring proclamations work, neither did I.
  6. there are Facebook groups that are saying if we don't hear anything by December 31st the ban automatically goes away. lets all pray it does.
  7. a light at the end of the tunnel... https://www.reuters.com/article/immigration-visaban/judge-blocks-visa-entry-ban-from-being-applied-to-180-separated-families-idUSL1N2IU21B
  8. I'm not from the Philippines but was his/her file transferred to the embassy as a green card holder? did he expedite? thanks
  9. Delete if not allow. I created this thread for F2A Spouses waiting for interview. its December and proclamation 1052 expires December 31st (hopefully it wont be extended, lets pray). you can share any new updates here.
  10. thank you all!! I guess the wait continues until whenever lol
  11. hello everyone! so I applied for naturalization on June 30, 2020 and it had an estimated completion time of November 2020 and 2 months later it changed to December 2020. currently it still says: Estimated case completion time December 2020 last thing they sent me was about the "Biometric reuse". on August 7, 2020. how likely is it that I will hear something this month? thanks in advance!
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