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  1. Hey I fly for a UK airline ( 20yrs).... now on a part time basis because I commute from the US... When I'm in the US, I have another part-time job..... So I have and UK and US employers
  2. Awwwww thank you FAMILY, Just out of curiosity can u appeal their decision, or submit it via with a lawyer..... Again is just to have a better grasp when the time comes.... Cheers
  3. Thanks guys..... Good to know where I stand..... I do enter the US every month and sometimes I get asked and I explain that I'm a flight attendant and they let me tru.... But interesting to know that instead of 3 it should be 5 yrs.... Once more many thanks
  4. Hello gurus, I've got a quick question, hope someone can clarify it.... I've been a LPR for almost a year. - I work as a flight attendant in the UK, - On my days off (from flying) I go home to the US, - When in the US I have a part-time job, - I pay taxes, I have credit cards and bills under my name, - We file our taxes as a couple, - I'm on his work healthcare package, - The house in our name (husband's and mine) (no mortgage though) - Only thing worrying me right now, is that I won't reach the 180 days in the country... I will probably reach 150/160 days - My GC is a 10yr card Will this be a problem in the future if I decide to apply for citizenship? Many thanks πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™
  5. Hello everyone My fee was paid 02/11/2022 My entry was on 02/16/2022 So 50 days .....
  6. Thank you so much guys.... Another thing, apparently I will only receive my SSN after receipt of GC.... to avoid duplicating SSN (as per SSN agent) πŸ€·β€β™€οΈπŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ.... I guess I just have to wait......
  7. Hi guys, This is my situation and I would appreciate your input.. I was issued a CR1 visa by the embassy, but I entered the US after my 2nd anniversary (it should trigger IR1). Now, I mentioned that to the officer and he said he must stamp the passport as per visa ie CR1 and that I should contact USCIS to update it to IR1..... (I insisted that it should be IR1 at entry to no avail) The following day I contacted USCIS explained the situation and the lady told me I have to fill an I-539 (change of status) and that costs $370... Is that correct? I'm sure I read it here somewhere that it should be free and perhaps another form? Can someone point me in the right direction pls.. Thanks all
  8. Yeah, that's exactly what I found.... Thanks a mill πŸ™
  9. Thank you Arken.... I'm trying to look for something on the USCIS website that I can print out and take with me.... But their website is so confusing πŸ€£πŸ˜‚
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