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    Hugglebuggles got a reaction from Pauley in Anyone have experience with filing for AOS after the 90 days?   
    This is a source of great debate in the AOS forum. I've read tons of threads over there where this simple question turns into a huge argument between a bunch of know it all senior members. Basically, the general consensus is that there is really no legal consequences of filling AOS after the I-94 is expired, and technically there is no time frame you need to file AOS in. You can do it in 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months, 3 years, 30 years, you still met the requirements of the visa- which was marriage within the 90 days. The problem is that until he files AOS, there is no evidence he is in the US legally. As far as getting a license, getting a job, and really starting his life in the US- the sooner he has evidence of status the better for him.
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    Hugglebuggles got a reaction from Krikit in Renewing passport for Canadian citizen holding a US Green Card   
    When I renewed my passport I used the Simplified Renewal form, but they still wanted to see documentation from me- If I remember correctly they just asked to see prof of citizenship (my birth certificate) and a photo ID (my Ontario DL) and then returned them to me immediately. I asked for the old passport back and they returned it to me on the spot after cutting off the one corner to invalidate it.
    If you'll be in Canada for a week I think that should be enough time. Just tell them when you're applying that you absolutely need your passport within the week because you'll be returning to the US. When I renewed they asked me specifically if I needed my passport within a certain time frame for travel, so they are aware of the different circumstances that might dictate a little bit of an emergency.
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    Hugglebuggles got a reaction from coraliesolms in Anyone have experience with filing for AOS after the 90 days?   
    This is a source of great debate in the AOS forum. I've read tons of threads over there where this simple question turns into a huge argument between a bunch of know it all senior members. Basically, the general consensus is that there is really no legal consequences of filling AOS after the I-94 is expired, and technically there is no time frame you need to file AOS in. You can do it in 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months, 3 years, 30 years, you still met the requirements of the visa- which was marriage within the 90 days. The problem is that until he files AOS, there is no evidence he is in the US legally. As far as getting a license, getting a job, and really starting his life in the US- the sooner he has evidence of status the better for him.
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    Hugglebuggles got a reaction from Sam and Ben in Anyone have experience with filing for AOS after the 90 days?   
    This is a source of great debate in the AOS forum. I've read tons of threads over there where this simple question turns into a huge argument between a bunch of know it all senior members. Basically, the general consensus is that there is really no legal consequences of filling AOS after the I-94 is expired, and technically there is no time frame you need to file AOS in. You can do it in 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months, 3 years, 30 years, you still met the requirements of the visa- which was marriage within the 90 days. The problem is that until he files AOS, there is no evidence he is in the US legally. As far as getting a license, getting a job, and really starting his life in the US- the sooner he has evidence of status the better for him.
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    Hugglebuggles got a reaction from Brother Hesekiel in Anyone have experience with filing for AOS after the 90 days?   
    This is a source of great debate in the AOS forum. I've read tons of threads over there where this simple question turns into a huge argument between a bunch of know it all senior members. Basically, the general consensus is that there is really no legal consequences of filling AOS after the I-94 is expired, and technically there is no time frame you need to file AOS in. You can do it in 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months, 3 years, 30 years, you still met the requirements of the visa- which was marriage within the 90 days. The problem is that until he files AOS, there is no evidence he is in the US legally. As far as getting a license, getting a job, and really starting his life in the US- the sooner he has evidence of status the better for him.
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to The_Dude in Off Topic Part Quatre   
    LoL, i only put that status update on there to bump someones bible verse off the front page
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to Sam and Ben in Kind of an odd question   
    It has to do with whether or not your service provider recognizes texts to Canada as domestic or international. If you get the same message when trying to send to multiple people in Canada, that's likely the case. Perhaps there's a different package you can get that would include texts to Canada or within North America for the same price?
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to trailmix in The Vent - Part Trois   
    And Rob, if I gave half a ###### what you thought, that might be important.
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to The_Dude in The Vent - Part Trois   
    passive aggressive much?
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to Brother Hesekiel in Why all the fuss about the 2010 Census   
    I was about to answer the Census truthfully, but since I learned here on VJ that many people are just having fun with it, I just ripped it in pieces and threw it in the trash. Since Uncle Sam has never enforced participation in the past it is doubtful that he will do so this time, and, even so, who really gives a sh*t anyway, right?
    A huge waste of taxpayers' money. Soooo sad.
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    Hugglebuggles reacted to Sam and Ben in Post Reputation   
    Personally, I've yet to find a thread where, if someone had given poor advice, they weren't called out or corrected. So really, I don't see why ranking is necessary at all.
    But hey, that's just MY boring opinion... my feeble attempt at getting Rob a promotion at work.
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