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URGENT HELP NEEDED! Hi, My step-sister is living in the US with her family for the last 6 years. My concern is I want to go to the US, that's why my step-sister is planning to get me to the US also. We believe that the fastest way for me to get there is through my loving mother. I want to be there also with my mother, my step sister already filed for a petition to my mother, who is currently waiting for the medical examination schedule. But I am turning 21 next year 09/2020. In your own opinion, do I still have a high probability that I will go in the US? We are willing to pay an legal help to get there. I also believe that there is an option for my case to be expedite. I am from the Philippines, answering my concern would help me a lot. Thank you and God bless us all!
Greetings! My Ghanaian husband first arrived in the U.S. in June, 2018. He returned to Ghana in February of this year, then came back to America in July. We live in Tennessee, which is known for many different kind of allergy-causing plants. He has been allergy tested, and amazingly no real serious allergic reactions were found. His whole time here is marked by endless sneezing and stuffiness. We try allergy medicine, prescription allergy medicine, I put a very nice HEPA filter in our bedroom; everything I can think of, but nothing seems to stop it. He seems to be most reactive to cold. This makes some sense as it is never cold in Ghana. Has anyone else had an experience of a spouse coming from Subsaharan Africa to the U.S. and having unending sinus issues? Did you find any resolution? Thank you!
I am just curious to hear everyone's story. At what point are you in the process? If you've already received your visa, how long did you have to wait? AP has been long and difficult for my spouse and I, and I'm wondering if it's something wrong with our case, or if that's simply procedure. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated!
Hey guys, so my American husband has a DUI from 2011. He completed his AA meetings around then. He finished his community service hours in 2016. We know he can't drive across the border. But we're wondering what we need to do for him to fly. I was reading about the Temporary Resident Permit and Criminal Rehabilitation. But I'm wondering if someone with more experience can point us to the right option. Thanks!!