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mitzab

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  • Location Dallas, TX, USA

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    dallas
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    Texas

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
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    Pakistan

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  1. You can contact Aziz Medical center, they were very polite with answers and if you don't have certain vaccines (which are needed for US travel) and you tell them they will offer them (of course for a cost) but yeah I would just call them directly and talk to them first. Your case is unique. So you never know.
  2. You cannot (if they were born before you became a citizen) You can apply for N600k for your children after you get your naturalization certificate by following simple steps, hoping your family get together soon. Cheers. Children of U.S. Citizens Residing Outside the United States Children residing outside of the United States may obtain citizenship under Section 322 of the INA. A child who regularly resides outside of the United States is eligible for naturalization if all of the following conditions have been met: The child has at least one parent, including an adoptive parent, who is a U.S. citizen by birth or through naturalization; The child’s U.S. citizen parent or U.S. citizen grandparent meets certain physical presence requirements in the United States or an outlying possession; The child is under 18 years of age; The child is residing outside of the United States in the legal and physical custody of the U.S. citizen parent, or of a person who does not object to the application if the U.S. citizen parent is deceased; and The child is lawfully admitted, physically present, and maintaining a lawful status in the United States at the time the application is approved and the time of naturalization. Note: Children of U.S. citizen military members residing outside the United States may complete the entire process from abroad. For more information, see our Military Citizenship for Family Members page. For more information, see the USCIS Policy Manual, Volume 12, Part H, Children of U.S. Citizens. To apply for citizenship under INA 322, see our Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322 and read the instructions carefully to ensure that you qualify
  3. Yes, that was asked by the medical center. In Pakistan they do get a polio vaccinated card.
  4. I think all the people waiting in January group especially those without NOA2 need to use every single option. Senator, ombudsman.. keeping people's lives on hold is absolutely Ludacris.
  5. What about your medical?! Our questions were mainly in regards to my divorce decree and my business since I don't get any w2s. And the age old qs, why k1 why not IR? Especially asked in Muslim countries I think. Don't stress just answer truthfully and confidently. You waited a year for this date, so be organized with your documents, have everything ready and available if asked for.
  6. Did you check your case status on ceac? It still shows at NVC? Pakistan is actually super quick these days 🇵🇰
  7. Between NOA2 and being rcvd at NVC it took them over a month and half for me Once it showed at nvc from there barely a week to in transit and a couple of hours to ready. Have you recieved your ISL number and invoice Id from NVC?
  8. The date on your letter is your NOA1 date, your timeline states is 10/2
  9. This is a question from a good friend your advice is highly appreciated -- I am currently gainfully employeed in Pakistan, I have a fantastic job offer and the company said they will sponsor the EB2 visa, the employer has already received certification from DOL and has sent me a job offer letter (they are willing to wait as it takes more than a year for this to go through approximately). My wife is currently in Dubai with our kids (for contractual work reasons) her brother who is a USC applied for her immigration in July 2011, my wife receieved the I-797C dated for August 2011. (The I-130 was applied after our wedding, the i797 only has my wife's name and not mine or our kids either) Currently on the USCIS website it shows that they receieved the application in August 2011 and thats about it, no movement and we are not even sure at the moment what our current dates are and what are the next steps on it. (any information on this will be also appreciated) So, I have this job offer (EB2) with potential Adjustment of status option right away and then I have this immigration filed 10 years ago. I am trying to convince my wife that it is a better option for me to accept the job and try the route or as my wife is suggesting wait a couple of years (her brother said 2 years max). If I go through the EB2 will that mean my wifes immigration file will be canceled? (at the moment if I go EB2 route my wife and kids will stay in Pakistan) Let's say for some reason my EB2 is applied and it does not go through will it negatively affect her immigration file (I am assuming at some point our kids and my name will be added on it) What are your suggestions. Thank you in advance.
  10. Best case scenario wait 2 weeks and then call early morning
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