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Adventine last won the day on October 1 2021

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  1. I'm guessing it's a combination of an abused mindset (still clinging to her abuser) and family/cultural pressure to stay together even if the marriage isn't working out. There's really no way to obtain JUST work permit and at the same time prevent the green card from just arriving. My personal recommendation would be to kick out this sorry excuse for a husband, divorce him and withdraw the affidavit of support.
  2. Anyone who's been on VJ during the past two years knows the entire process has slowed down from start to finish. Dozens of threads about pretty much every stage of the process indicate that it's taking months longer than expected. And if we want to talk about numbers, plenty of data from the VJ immigration timelines and USCIS/DOS official statistics that show longer wait times. The info is there for anyone who wants to do their own research. Informally, more applicants from the Philippines seem to be getting interviews lately, but I'm on my phone so I can't look up the exact numbers. However, they don't seem to have caught up with the backlog completely yet.
  3. A bit tangential to your original question, but Djokovic applied for a B2 visa for the US Open? I'm surprised, I thought he would need a P-1A athlete visa. Back on topic, I'm also interested in learning if the COVID vaccines are definitively no longer required to pass the immigrant medical exam. I definitely thought it was trending the other way - that it would become permanent, like the other longstanding vaccine requirements.
  4. A select number of photos are fine, but quality over quantity should be the rule. I'll give a concrete example. A single photo showing the couple physically present at a major family event is superior to dozens of video chat screenshots. The only time I support sending a huge stack of evidence is when the beneficiary comes from a high fraud country. But for OP's fiancee, who apparently comes from Hungary, this isn't the case. And even for beneficiaries from high fraud countries, I don't consider photos very strong evidence. Better evidence would be passport stamps, hotel bookings and other documentation easily verifiable through third parties that prove the couple is spending a significant amount of time together.
  5. Adventine


    Sorry to hear about your house. It doesn't have any effect on your parents' applications because they need to qualify for tourist visas on their own merits. You don't have any formal sponsorship or petition involvement with that.
  6. She can marry a US citizen and apply for Adjustment of Status. However, as @arken said, one of the criteria for granting her a GC is proving that her marriage is bonafide (meaning for love) instead of for immigration benefits. If you suspect that she is dating Americans for that second purpose, you are correct in keeping your distance.
  7. As others have said, your husband may be cooperative now, but if you separate/divorce without a formal child custody agreement, he could easily go behind your back and accuse you of kidnapping. There are legal clinics that offer free or discounted divorce services, especially if both spouses are willing to cooperate. A quick Google should point you in the right direction.
  8. I'm not seeing the connection between tax season and people not following USCIS instructions. Based on your screenshots, it all looks like human error.
  9. I'm sorry to hear about your father's condition. But given that you live in Mexico with your husband, the case for granting him an emergency visa is even weaker. You can try but it's best not get your hopes up.
  10. Yeah, it's not great to be so flippant or careless about losing the SS card. People have had expensive problems when their identity is stolen and credit damaged. Anyway, back to the original topic, as Rocio said, the process is easy but do not mail your GC to the SS office. It should be much easier now to get an in-person appointment. And if you haven't done so already, set up Informed Delivery on the USPS website. That way you know when the SS office sends you the new card in the mail.
  11. You were given a link to a thread where other Haiti filers are posting information about their interview dates. At the top of the site, there is also a menu called Immigration Timelines that will summarize the data that Haiti filers have entered on this website. Studying all that info will give you a clearer idea of how much longer your case will take. However, no one can predict exactly how long your case will take and no one will calculate the waiting time for you. You're going to have to help yourself here.
  12. If your husband has chats, emails or other evidence of discussions with his friend about this topic, he should save them. Just in case.
  13. Spend some time looking at the Utah zoom marriage threads on this site and you'll see how people have used it to easily bypass onerous paperwork.and travel restrictions.
  14. @TO285 If it's not too much of a hassle to get that from the landlord, you can go ahead and do that. A simple 1 page thing should be more than enough. But again, you've got strong evidence without it already.
  15. @Talako thanks, you're quite right.
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