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ClaytonandKierra

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About ClaytonandKierra

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  • Member # 380064
  • Location Houston, TX, USA

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  • City
    Houston
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Houston TX
  • Country
    Canada

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  1. wow! we got a notice yesterday saying husband was approved, the day after the interview! Thanks all!
  2. How long did it take for them to give you an answer and produce your card after the interview?
  3. Husband and I had the interview today at field office in Houston. He took our IRS joint filing and tax return, joint lease, joint car insurance. At the end of the 15 minute interview, he proceeded to give us marriage advice and said that our card will be delivered in 2-3 weeks. He also explained that it is conditional and we would need to remove conditions since we're under 2 years of marriage. He also went on about how hubby could apply for citizenship in 3 years. So we thought we were approved. Then he gave us the results of the interview: He gave us the interview results that say: Your case is being held for review. At this time USCIS does not require further evidence or documents from you. Should further information or documents be required, you will receive a notice in the mail. We may also schedule you for another interview, you will receive a notice in the mail. Otherwise, a final decision will be mailed once your case is complete. Anyone have insight? Are there no direct approvals for under 2 years of marriage? Thanks Kierra
  4. Ok but won't they ask for current work status and financials? For example. I was working fulltime when we applied and was laid off 2 weeks ago. I"m looking for another job but don't know if I"ll get one by the interview.
  5. Hubby ( applicant) and I (primary sponsor) are both 20. I've been working on and off and our interview is coming up (AOS in Houston) in a few weeks. Hubby has been finishing associates degree. We have some savings but I don't think we qualify on our own. My mother in law, who we live with, and pays most of the bills, had submitted the 864 as a co-sponsor a year ago when we applied. She earns well above the threshold. Do we ( me and and mother in law) need to update our financial statements and each bring with us an updated 864? (bank records, pay checks, mother-in law paychecks) since our bank accounts have fluctuated and MOL earns more? Also- what documents, other than financials, do we need to bring? Thanks Kierra and Clayton
  6. We surprisingly received an email notification that our case is scheduled for an interview at the Houston office. They said they are sending us a letter with the date. Anyone have a clue what the lead time is? 30 days? Trying to figure out when the date might be so we can plan. Thanks Kierra and Clayton
  7. GM Husband received work permit and AP on December 2nd. Anyone know when we can expect SSN? We checked the box to receive it on his application. Thanks Kierra and Clayton
  8. Didn't think we'd get it so soon! The status for the interview says "waiting to be scheduled" Anyone here being processed through Houston field office? We filed in beginning of May 2021. When can we expect interview? TIA Kierra
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