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  1. My husband and I requested an expedite on Monday, and two days later my interview was scheduled. We tried requesting the expedite of the I-130 as we heard that when someone is already in the United States and adjusting their status, they don’t really expedite interviews. The person we requested the expedite with told us our request for expedite processing would be sent to the field office, so I’m wondering if the fact that the interview was scheduled means that the expedite was approved? My I-130 still says “Expedite Request was Received”. Is it possible it will be approved before my interview? Thank you in advance!
  2. Thank you for your response. So it would be fine for me to ask them to send the SSN card to the residence in our home state?
  3. I’m currently experiencing delays with my SSN, which I need badly to do several stuff. My EAD/AP was approved the first week of October, however I have not received my SSN yet. I called the local SSA office nearby our home address and they said they have no records of my information being submitted to them. I then contacted USCIS, they were not very helpful, but one representative said they did not see my SSN was requested. As I need my SSN as soon as possible, and my husband and I are currently not in the state where our residence is due to a temporary work assignment, I was wondering if I could go to an office close to where I am now and ask them to send the SSN to our residence (I would have a trusted person send me the number)? Before calling to book an appointment I wanted to see if this is possible. I have all the documents needed for the SSN application here with me, including the EAD/AP. Thank you very much!
  4. Thank you! Should I write a formal statement indicating the two inaccuracies I noticed only after the lawyer sent everything? Could they think it was done on purpose?
  5. I hope someone will be able to advice me in regards to this. My husband and I filed my AOS application with a lawyer through the military assistance program. Many months after filing, and after having obtained my EAD/AP card, the lawyer sent me a copy of the AOS to start preparing for a possible interview that may be scheduled soon. After he sent me the AOS copy I started reviewing the documents, and in the I-485 I noticed two inaccuracies. I told my lawyer and he said that I could correct them during the interview, as there isn’t really a way to do it now. The two inaccuracies regard the place of marriage (which was correct in the other forms and on the marriage certificate as well) and finally an answer to a question. It was checked as “no”, but it was “yes”. Even in this case, the supportive documents sent actually proved the fact that it was a “yes”. The lawyer told me these inaccuracies are not material facts, as none of them actually affect my eligibility. And as I mentioned, the correct information was clear in the supportive documents. However I’m worried this could cause issues. We have not received any RFE and my interview is ready to be scheduled and has been for a while. Should I send a letter explaining these two errors? Or should I prepare a statement for when I’ll have my interview? I would really want to correct these errors as soon as possible, as I don’t want USCIS to think this was intentional. It really was not, and it’s evident by looking at the supportive documentation. I don’t know what to do. Also, is it a problem if someone makes a mistake (or their lawyer does) in the form and then corrects it during the interview? Thank you very much!
  6. I had no intention to get married when I entered and I have indeed evidence to prove it, the lawyers I talked to said that having a K1 visa does not matter as especially during this period circumstances change quickly. But perhaps @payxibka would be able to provide a better informed answer.
  7. Okay, that makes sense. Thank you. If we decided to get married, should I send en email to the Consulate saying that we would want to withdraw the I-129F petition?
  8. Thank you for your response. Is it common to have problems by adjusting from an ESTA?
  9. Hi everyone, My fiancé and I have been waiting for an interview for my K1 visa since last April. Our petition was approved in March and currently is at the US Consulate in Italy. As my partner is a member of the military, he was unable to travel to Europe regardless of travel restrictions. We decided I should travel to the US (I have an approved ESTA that I used before to visit my fiancé) to see him after being apart for 8 months, so i quarantined in a country outside the Schengen area for two weeks and then entered the US. The day before entering the US I requested an appointment (under recent guidelines) to have my interview. Considering how he is a military member I was asked to submit evidence, including my passport. After a few weeks my request to have an interview was denied. In the meanwhile, cases in Europe have been increasing dangerously, so my fiancé suggested to talk to some lawyers to understand what kind of options we had, and they suggested to get married and file for AOS. At the same time, my fiancé was told that even though I was here, he was not going to be able to see me unless we got married due to military coronavirus related restrictions. I tried to request an appointment again, submitting evidence of the fact that my fiancé couldn’t see me unless we decided to get married. Again, I was told no. Now, my partner wants to get married. I’m really undecided, but obviously afraid that if we don’t and I get back to Europe I will not be able to see him for a very indefinite long time. I’m aware that if we decide to get married and file for AOS I won’t be able to work and travel for a long period of time, and that actually doesn’t concern me much. I’m a university student and would be able to switch to online classes. I simply don’t want to have problems later on down the line when it comes to immigration. What should I do? Thank you in advance.
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