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  1. After your AOS interview, are you able to travel on an advance travel parole doc received before the interview or do you have to wait for the green card at that point?
  2. I hope somebody can help me! I have my interview in 15 days! My sponsor is Retired so it’s a little different with the bring 2 months of paystubs and w2s he doesn’t have those. He gets monthly income from Social Security and then he gets income from Investment Retirement, he draws one big sum of money once a year and he does that mid February.. So I’m kinda confused what to bring bc he doesn’t know until mid February what he will draw from his retirement for his income for 2021 and my interview is first week of February and second can couple months of bank statements be good to show what Social security deposited as income? He usually gets that paper that social security sends to show what his monthly benefits will be for the year but he hasn’t got that yet!
  3. My husband's AOS interview is coming up on August 23, and I'm trying to understand if I am supposed to go in as well. The notice says a bunch of times to not bring anyone into the interview with you, but now I'm getting information that sounds like I should go in because I will also be interviewed. Could someone please clarify this? Should I just go in and let them send me away if they don't need me? (This will be in Indianapolis btw)
  4. So my husband just did his biometrics appt on July 21, and we got a letter today saying his AOS interview is scheduled for August 23. We have some questions and things we want to clarify about the requirements. I did some searching on my own but it got more confusing, so I thought I'd just ask here: For the Form I-693 and vaccine records - his original medical exam for the visa was in Feb. 2020. I know it says you don't need it if it's already been submitted, but I saw mixed advice here. Some said if it's over a year old you need a new one. Others have said that if you filed within a year of the medical then it's fine. We filed for AOS in Oct. 2020, so we FILED within a year, but obviously it's been more than a year between the exam and his AOS interview. To clarify, does he need a new medical exam in the next 3 weeks, and does he need to bring this form for the interview? For the I-864 - we also have already submitted this with his AOS packet. I am the only sponsor and was approved as such. However my work situation has changed to self employed, so I'm unsure if I need an updated I864, or updated evidence that I can support him (which is fine)? Should we bring the previous I864 just in case? If I need new evidence I don't know how to show proof of income - half the year i was employed by someone else, and since May I've been self employed. They ask for "all documentation establishing eligibility for LPR status". I assume that means his visa, our marriage license, and previous I797 from his AOS application. Maybe also I94 and marriage license. Am I missing anything here? They also ask for "any immigration documentation ever issued to you"... this is very vague. We do not have any of the examples the list (I766, 512, or 571). What do we need? Finally, they ask for "originals and copies of each supporting document you submitted with your application". Are they saying they want originals and copies of the ENTIRE I485 packet (which they clearly already have)? This seems excessive but I wouldn't put it past them. I know this is alot to ask - but I know that USCIS has a habit of asking for things they already have... or saying you don't need to bring something and then you get there and they ask for it after all.. so I want to be 1000% sure that I'm clear about what we do and don't need. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hoping someone who has experienced this can give some insight. My husband and I are going in 3 weeks for my AOS interview and we don't have anyone to leave my 13 month old with, is it a problem to bring him along? We're going to the Seattle office. Thanks!
  6. I have an AOS interview scheduled for next month, and we're bringing my I-693 with us. I have read some threads that some people's AOS applications were denied because of their I-693 wasn't filled out correctly. I am so scared that it can happen to me, as well. What happens if they find out my I-693 wasn't filled out correctly by my doctor? Will my case automatically be denied? My doctor and I went through the form together to make sure everything was fine, but what if something WAS wrong? I'm terrified. Please give me some advice, any advice, so I won't have to be so scared. Thank you.
  7. Hi! It looks like NYC is finally scheduling AOS interviews again (woohoo!!!) however even though my interview was scheduled a month ago, I still haven't received anything in the mail. I updated my address months ago, but checked with the tenants at my old apartment and they haven't received anything either. I haven't been able to get through to USCIS and have been disconnected several times. Is there a way to see the interview date and time online? After waiting so long, I'm really nervous that we'll miss it. Our original interview was March 23, but it was cancelled due to COVID. Our status changed to "Interview was Scheduled" on July 23. Any suggestions? Is it normal for it to take this long? Every other stage in the process took 1-2 weeks to receive the actual letter in the mail.
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