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MikeandJessica

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About MikeandJessica

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  • Location Oakhurst, CA, USA

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    Oakhurst
  • State
    California

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Nebraska Service Center
  • Local Office
    Fresno CA
  • Country
    Nigeria

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  1. Thanks mam521.... I will get 2022 taxes done as soon as possible. My wife should do well in convincing the CO we will be fine financially and will have the documents to show.
  2. ROK2USA, that makes sense. Yes, from Lagos. If her interview date is past Jan1st then should be able to file taxes in time and show that income which will be above the guideline, guessing that will be sufficient for them?
  3. Sukie,  So I took a break from working for about 5 years in Alaska, but did did work that last year before returning to California. I submitted the transcripts for that year, but it was only part-time jobs. I do have very solid work history before leaving California, 20+ years, last 10 of those same employer ($100K+), government. Should I / can I still upload transcripts for those years? Or have my wife just bring them to the interview? Your thoughts? Was thinking at minimum would show strong work history and jobs in same profession. 

  4. Sukie, So I took a break from working for about 5 years in Alaska, but did did work that last year before returning to California. I submitted the transcripts for that year, but it was only part-time jobs. I do have very solid work history before leaving California, 20+ years, last 10 of those same employer ($100K+), government. Should I / can I still upload transcripts for those years? Or have my wife just bring them to the interview? Your thoughts?
  5. Any comments would be welcome. Don't think I can get joint sponsor. Income should be enough? Family is also already on Full medical plan......
  6. Hello, we have been approved "DOCUMENTARILY QUALIFIED" for wife and children, NVC is passing on to consulate for interview appointment. They made a note that says: "This case does not meet the minimum income requirement to sponsor the intending immigrants. To avoid delays, an additional Affidavit of Support Form I-864 from a joint sponsor may be submitted. For more information visit https://nvc.state.gov/aos. The consular officer will make a decision regarding this requirement at the time of the interview. For more information, please visit https://www.uscis.gov/i-864p." I submitted full proof of income as Letter of employment, mid-year W2 and paycheck stubs showing full time employment and earnings. Is for family size of 4 which is $34k at 125% guidelines , my annual income exceeds this by around $20K? Should I be concerned? My wife will have all supporting documents at interview, any reason they would delay visa?
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