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Thang PD

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    HOUSTON
  • State
    Texas

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

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  1. I followed your advice. I sent expedite request to NVC and Senators of my State. Thank you very much!
  2. My children are not yet qualified to acquire citizenship at birth through parent(s) lacking certain requirements. That's why I had to file I-130 for my son.
  3. A QUICK UPDATE: BOTH MY WIFE AND MY SON ARE DOCUMENTARILY QUALIFIED. WE ARE IN LINE WAITING FOR INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT NOW. US CONSULATE IN VIETNAM OPENS INTERVIEWS FROM 06/29/2020. HOPEFULLY WE WILL HAVE OUR APPOINTMENTS SOON. THANK YOU GUYS!
  4. Dear all, I am a US citizen filing IR1 and IR2 for my wife and my son (I am not yet qualified for citizenship transfer for my son so I had to submit I-130). I am currently living with my wife and son in Vietnam. We are now at NVC (documentarily qualified). We received emails from NVC stating that NVC is now working with US Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam for interview appointments. My wife is 5 month pregnant (a baby girl is coming). I understand that pregnancy is not a ground for expedite reason. But it would be extreme hardship for us when my wife and my son got there Immigration visas and no papers for the new born baby. We won’t be able to leave for the US leaving the baby behind. We are so ready to move. Would it still be a reason for extreme hardship ground to get expedite? I have got some leads from others on VJ and I have kept digging. I have done some research but the more I read, the more I got confused. Folks, enlighten me PLEASE, once and for all! Thank you very much for your time and patience! I am not English native, Please ignore my typos and grammar mistakes. There are two scenarios: 1. My wife give birth before the interview/visa issuance: Because I am a USC so my upcoming baby won’t be derivative of the mother, so she won’t be able to be added to her mother’s case. - I will have to file a separate I-130 for the new born baby, is it correct? - And later on, my wife and my son get the interview appointments and then visas issued. Visas will be valid for 06 months. Is there any way we could bring the baby with us while I-130 is pending? - While the baby’s I-130 is pending, can we extend my wife and my son’s IVs to wait for the baby? Or we just keep rescheduling the interview appointments whenever they come available? 2. My wife give birth after the visa issuance? - My wife could give birth in the US. Everything’s done perfectly. - But amid COVID pandemic. While international travelling is very hard and strict. - Can we just stay in Vietnam and my wife gives birth. And then we do next step according to 9 FAM 201.2-3 (1)(a). Does it apply to us? - What if my wife flew to GUAM island (which is nearest Vietnam) to admit and become a LPR and then come back to Vietnam to give birth? Will 9 FAM 201.2-3(1)(b) apply?
  5. How could she admit to the US while borders are still shut down? I thought only USC or green card holders and visa holders exempted from the travel ban can admit to the US.
  6. LOL, thank you for your reply. and thank you for keeping VJ well organized.
  7. A QUICK UPDATE FOR YOU GUYS: FOR MY SON: ONE MONTH AFTER I SUBMITTED I-864W AND ALL OTHER CIVIL DOCUMENTS. I RECEIVED A MESSAGE ALL PAPERS ACCEPTED AND DOCUMENTARILY QUALIFIED. AND NOW JUST WAIT FOR THE INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT. FOR MY WIFE: I-130 GOT APPROVED ONE MONTH AFTER MY SON DESPITE OF SAME PRIORITY DATE. I SUBMITTED AOS PAPERS (ME AND A JOINT SPONSOR) AND CIVIL DOCS AND GOT RESPONSES A DAY AFTER REQUESTING MORE PAPERS FROM ME (PETITIONER) I SUBMITTED REQUESTED PAPERS YESTERDAY AND WAITING FOR NEW RESPONSES. FOR MY WIFE CASE, NVC DID NOT ASK FOR THE AOS FEE. MAYBE THEY SAW THAT I PAID THAT FEE IN MY SON'S CASE. I DON'T KNOW FOR SURE BUT IT SAVED ME SOME 1XX.00 DOLLARS I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS IF SOME ONE CAN HELP 1. ANY ONE KNOW HOW I COULD ASK NVC TO MERGE MY SON AND MY WIFE INTO 1 PROFILE? 2. MY SON'S CASE IS COMPLETED AND I GUESS HE'S IN LINE FOR THE INTERVIEW. BY MERGING MY WIFE AND MY SON TOGETHER, IS THERE ANY CHANCE THEY WILL GET INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT ON SAME DATE, IT WOULD SAVE SOME TIME FOR MY WIFE? 3. MY WIFE IS 4 MONTH PREGNANT, WHAT IF SHE GAVE BIRTH BEFORE THE INTERVIEW? I HAVE TO SUBMIT A SEPARATE BRAND NEW I-130 FOR THE NEW BORN BABY? WHAT ABOUT GIVING BIRTH AFTER THE INTERVIEW? FYI, I AM A USC, NOT A GREEN CARD HOLDER. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOU HELP!!!
  8. I SUBMITTED I-864W AND CIVIC DOCUMENTS ON 04/15/2020 I HAS BEEN 1 MONTH AND STILL NOTHING FROM NVC.
  9. I currently live abroad with my wife and my son. And even if I had foreign income, it would be excluded on my tax return (<$105,900). So my total income is still "0". I have a joint-sponsor for my wife. And his income is just enough to sponsor 1 person. My wife application is still pending so I don't wanna disturb him on my son's. The new Public charge rule came in ruins my plan. It's hard to call NVC amid pandemic, especially from Vietrnam. I submitted I-864W and wait for instruction from NVC.
  10. I am a US Citizen living with my wife and my son in Vietnam. On Sep 12 2019, USCIS received my I-130 petitions for my wife and my son. On Sep 17 2019, Date of I-797C (NOA1) We got IOE case numbers (1 for my wife and 1 for my son) On April 09 2020, my I-130 for my son got approved, and nothing for my wife. On April 10 2020, I received NVC email for my son with Consulate case number and receipt number. On same day I made payments for AOS (Affidavit of Support) and IV (Immigration Visa) fees On April 15 2020, Payments cleared. And I could the the list of required documents to submit. On Feb 24 2020, the Final Rule of Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility has been implemented. My son is 22 months old. My questions is: At the time of application submission, I did some research and learnt that I just have to submit I-864W for my son because he is under 18 of USC. After the NVC fee payments, in the AOS section, they require to submit I-864 or I-864W,... and Tax Returns I've learnt that I-864W has been eliminated. And I don't see anything about I-944 in this section. What should I submit? Any help is appreciated. Thank you very much my fellows.
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