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Chad W

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  1. Yeah it's weird the one we just received from the GRO was not signed but has the seal. It was also typed. The original one we sent was hand-written, no seal, but it was signed. So who knows what is really going on with all of these RFEs
  2. My wife and I received an RFE for her UK birth certificate as well. Does anyone have an example of how the long form looks? We just want to make sure before responding to this RFE
  3. Hi guys, does the UK birth certificate require a stamp? The one we have is a certified copy that is signed and dated but does not have a apostille stamp. It looks like this:
  4. This is what I submitted with my I-864: Explanation of 2020 Income I-864 Affidavit of Support Copy of 2020 US Tax Return 1040 T4 Canadian Earning Statement (To show Foreign Income reported on 2020 US Taxes) Copy of 2019 Tax Transcript Copy of 2019 W-2 Copy of 2019 T4 (Canadian Earnings Statement) Employment verification letter from current employer Job offer from current employer (Showing start date and annual income) Pay stubs from current employer from when I started to most recent Copy of Passport Biographic Page Copy of Birth Certificate Copy of Driver License Copy of Marriage Certificate Copy of Divorce Record from previous marriage The I-465 was signed by my wife the applicant. Does the signature need to be printed out and legible?
  5. Received an RFE for 4 points. Everything they are asking for was submitted and even uploaded to our USCIS account by an employee. Any advice?
  6. Hi everyone, I received an RFE today for multiple points. I am really confused because what they are asking for we have provided. Point 1: Based on the documents submitted, we could not determine that the petitioning sponsor, ______________, on Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, is qualified. In order to be a qualified sponsor, the petitioning sponsor's Form I-864 must be properly completed and signed, and the supporting documents must establish that the petitioning sponsor's income meets 125 percent of the federal poverty guideline for the sponsor’s household size. See Form I-864P for information on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. If the petitioning sponsor's income does not meet 125 percent of the federal poverty guideline for their household size, you must obtain a qualifying joint sponsor who demonstrates the ability to support you or submit evidence of assets. See Form I-864 Instructions for more information. If you decide to obtain a different joint sponsor, you will need to: Submit a completed and signed Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, from the joint sponsor. All pages must be present and of the latest edition date. Provide the joint sponsor's Social Security Number on Form I-864. Provide a complete and correctly calculated household size on Form I-864. Submit a complete copy of the joint sponsor's Federal income tax return and all supporting tax * We also had a joint sponsor because I was living abroad in 2020. Do I need to submit anything back regarding this? Point 2: The joint sponsor on Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, must submit a complete Federal income tax return submitted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the most recent tax year. If you submit a transcript, it must be a "Tax Return Transcript" from the IRS. If you were not required to file a Federal income tax return under U.S. tax law, attach a written explanation of why you are not required to file. See "Filing Requirements" in the IRS Form 1040 Filing Instructions to determine whether you were required to file. * We submitted our Joint Sponsors tax transcript for 2020. Should we resubmit? Point 3: Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, was not signed by the applicant, ___________________________ Submit a properly completed and signed Form I-485. All pages must be present and of the latest edition date. The latest edition of Form I-485 can be found at the USCIS website at www.uscis.gov. * We definitely signed this. I made a copy prior to sending out and it was singed. Also, when we logged into our USCIS account the signed copy was uploaded by a USCIS employee. Point 4: The applicant,______________________ must submit a copy of their birth certificate issued by the appropriate civil authority in their country of birth. We will only accept a long-form birth certificate which lists at least one parent. If the document is in a foreign language, the applicant must include a full English translation along with a certification from the translator verifying that the translation is complete and accurate, and that they are competent to translate from the foreign language to English. * We submitted both version the short and long. These were also uploaded to our USCIS online account by an employee. My wife's birth certificate is from the UK and it looks to be hand written. It is a certified copy. Is this the problem? Please any help would be much appreciated. We are freaking out because everything they have asked for is there and has been uploaded to our online account by them.
  7. Thank you so much for the information on this. I really do appreciate it!
  8. Thank you so much for the reply. If I am submitting the I-765 and I-131 with the I-485 packet, do i just pay for the I-485?
  9. My Wife is currently here on an ESTA. We were in the process of CR1 but situation has changed and are now going to file AOS. Do we have to wait until the 90 days are up or can we submit the packet sooner? TIA
  10. Hi guys, I was wondering if someone could help me out. I am the petitioner and sponsoring my wife. I currently live with my wife in Canada. We are at the NVC stage and when it comes to the I-864, all of my 2020 income was in Canada. 2019 was a mix. I will be submitting my 2020 tax return, since I recently filed it. As of March 2021 I started a job that is based in the US, they are paying me in CAD until I relocate, which will be before my wife this summer. My question is, will I still need a joint sponsor based on my 2020 tax situation or will they accept that I will be making USD and have a W2 once I relocate? I need to submit my documents soon, and was just wondering if this will be an issue.
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    I was wondering if someone could help me out. I am the petitioner and sponsoring my wife. I currently live with my wife in Canada. We are at the NVC stage and when it comes to the I-864, all of my 2020 income was in Canada. 2019 was a mix. I will be submitting my 2020 tax return, since I recently filed it. As of March 2021 I started a job that is based in the US, they are paying me in CAD until I relocate, which will be before my wife this summer. My question is, will I still need a joint sponsor based on my 2020 tax situation or will they accept that I will be making USD and have a W2 once I relocate? I need to submit my documents soon, and was just wondering if this will be an issue. 

  12. I summitted my application back in May of 2020 and noticed an error on my case snapshot. The error has to do with my spouse information. I was previously married prior to my current spouse and under Date Marriage ended (Section 21), it shows the same date for spouse 1 and 2. Under Spouse 1 it should be blank because that is my current spouse and my beneficiary. The dates don't even make sense because we were obviously married after my previous marriage. When filing online it asked me when my last marriage ended and that was the date that was populated in both fields. Any advice would be great. Thanks,
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