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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from grad_student in Middle Name on DS230 (Green Card)   
    I called the NVC operator and he said that my wife should answer N/A since she has no middle name. He said everyone knows that N/A means it does not apply or exist, so they will not print it on the Green Card.
    Thanks for the help !
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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from Darnell in Do I have an NOA1 here?   
    There is a form called G-1145 which is supposed to send you email correspondence of receipt of your petition.
    It sounds like this email is in response to your G-form. You should get your official NOA1 in the mail fairly soon.
    Good luck !
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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from magdasal in Do I have an NOA1 here?   
    There is a form called G-1145 which is supposed to send you email correspondence of receipt of your petition.
    It sounds like this email is in response to your G-form. You should get your official NOA1 in the mail fairly soon.
    Good luck !
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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from ms_jinga_lala in Immigration to India   
    jinga linga, are you an NRI? Meaning are you of Indian Origin (one or both of your parents is Indian) ? If so you might be eligible to apply for and receive a PIO Card. This card gives you the ability to buy land and do business and get a job in India.
    In order to work in India you will need to be able to create a PAN (Permanent Account Number) Card. You cannot open a bank account in general or get a job at a firm without this. This is similar to a Social Security Number.
    In order to live in India and do day-to-day things you need 3 types of main proofs: ID Proof (something with your name and photo), Signature Proof (something with your signature) and Address proof (something with your current Local Indian address).
    The types of documents that can help you do this are Indian Driver's License, Ration Card, PAN Card, Bank Account Statement, and other things.
    I don't know about immigrating to India per se - but another option you have outside of this forum is two:
    Go to www.immigration.com and go to the forums. Post your question in the next biweekly webinar and it is
    possible Mr. Khanna (immigration lawyer) can provide some nugget of info for free
    Call or go to the Indian Embassy in your city. You can even email them and ask. You will be required to
    tell them your name, city, your (passport) nationality and then tell them your situation and they may
    have some information on this as well.
    You can read this Wiki page as well on how to gain Indian Citizenship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_nationality_law
    Even though you are not looking to gain Citizenship to India, it is probably a good idea to have knowledge of that in your situation !
    Good luck to you in your journey !
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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from Darnell in Immigration to India   
    jinga linga, are you an NRI? Meaning are you of Indian Origin (one or both of your parents is Indian) ? If so you might be eligible to apply for and receive a PIO Card. This card gives you the ability to buy land and do business and get a job in India.
    In order to work in India you will need to be able to create a PAN (Permanent Account Number) Card. You cannot open a bank account in general or get a job at a firm without this. This is similar to a Social Security Number.
    In order to live in India and do day-to-day things you need 3 types of main proofs: ID Proof (something with your name and photo), Signature Proof (something with your signature) and Address proof (something with your current Local Indian address).
    The types of documents that can help you do this are Indian Driver's License, Ration Card, PAN Card, Bank Account Statement, and other things.
    I don't know about immigrating to India per se - but another option you have outside of this forum is two:
    Go to www.immigration.com and go to the forums. Post your question in the next biweekly webinar and it is
    possible Mr. Khanna (immigration lawyer) can provide some nugget of info for free
    Call or go to the Indian Embassy in your city. You can even email them and ask. You will be required to
    tell them your name, city, your (passport) nationality and then tell them your situation and they may
    have some information on this as well.
    You can read this Wiki page as well on how to gain Indian Citizenship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_nationality_law
    Even though you are not looking to gain Citizenship to India, it is probably a good idea to have knowledge of that in your situation !
    Good luck to you in your journey !
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    bobby_kvisa got a reaction from Aya820 in Nvc bank balance + some clarification   
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