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    amesa got a reaction from dindo and patty in how can I stop the ROC for my soon to be ex-spouse   
    Why don't you pull your 1-864 - your affidavit of support? That IS what you can do. If she just got approved earlier this year for a spousal visa to come to the US, then she only has CONDITIONAL residency. Send a letter in writing to USCIS, to your local and regional immigration office and to ICE with a copy of your immigration notices and a copy of your initial affidavit of support that you filed, indicating that you are getting divorced and no longer wish to support the person. She can file her paperwork, but without your support affidavit, they won't approve her. Unless, of course, she cries foul and tries to claim abuse or something.
    If she already had her 10-year residency, then there would be nothing you could do but divorce, but she is still a conditional resident. You can still request your support be pulled.
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    amesa got a reaction from Ryan H in attorney says case will not go through NVC   
    I'm sorry, but your lawyer is an idiot. All petitions that are approved for spousal visas, such as yours, go through the NVC. They compile your case file by requesting additional documents from both the petitioner and the beneficiary: petitioner submits financial stuff and beneficiary submits immigrant visa application and supporting documentation. It is also during this stage when the financial fee is due as well as the immigrant visa bill. Once both are paid and all required documentation has been received, THEN the NVC schedules your interview at the indicated consulat/embassy and forwards the entire case file to that embassy.
    Only the finance(e) petition files go straight to the embassy/consulate. The NVC assigns a case number and moves it along and all contact is done directly from the consulate.
    If a lawyer does not know this, I would fire him/her.
    If I missed anything, please, someone let me know, but from going the CR-1 route, this was my experience.
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    amesa got a reaction from CanadaLove in Have to Change Interview Date   
    I did not ask for advice on 'what to do', I asked for advice on how to re-schedule the interview. If you can't answer my question, do not write on my post.
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    amesa got a reaction from Tahoma in Money Problems   
    I totally agree with this comment. In order to prepare for your future, finish your education first. I see the results of this with my siblings...I am the only one who graduated from college and they are having a very tough time.
    You will be able to help out financially in your marriage if you are prepared. It will lead to less stress, a greater chance of getting a good job in the future.
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    amesa got a reaction from multi in Difference between I129F ans I130???   
    Hi,
    The I-129F and I-130 are two different types of petitions used to request a visa for a foreigner. They differ depending on the foreigner's relationship to the petitioner. If the beneficiary is a fiance, then the petitioner would use form I-129F since the beneficiary is not yet an immediate relative.
    If the beneficiary is a spouse, child, parent, etc (relative), then form I-130 is used.
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    amesa got a reaction from keka in Serious Stress...   
    I am sorry for being so blunt, by why should you get special treatment just because a relative works in a a USCIS center? YOu should wait your turn just like everyone else.
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    amesa got a reaction from Inky in Serious Stress...   
    I am sorry for being so blunt, by why should you get special treatment just because a relative works in a a USCIS center? YOu should wait your turn just like everyone else.
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    amesa got a reaction from Jota & Craig in Serious Stress...   
    I am sorry for being so blunt, by why should you get special treatment just because a relative works in a a USCIS center? YOu should wait your turn just like everyone else.
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    amesa got a reaction from Merrytooth in Serious Stress...   
    I am sorry for being so blunt, by why should you get special treatment just because a relative works in a a USCIS center? YOu should wait your turn just like everyone else.
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