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  1. Hi, I have my green card interview in 2 weeks (5 months after filing!) and in the letter they asked for some documents like passport, marriage license... They also asked for my birth certificate. Since it's in French, I need to a certified translation again. (I sent both an original birth certificate and original English certified translation with the original filing package). My question is, since I'm in the US, can I translate at any translation company here? The original translation I sent was from my home country. Is it ok if the one I sent originally is different than the translation I get here? Also, I haven't received my EAD yet, do I ask for it during the interview? Thanks.
  2. I'm on an F-1 Visa, and have applied for an EAD on Post-OPT. My application was received on June 27th and on August 13th I submitted an Expedite Request. I received a denial e-mail on the very next day, without even having the chance to argue about it. My question here is, now that my expedite request got denied, while I was about 40 days into the process, does that mean my application got sent to the bottom of the pile and I went back to the equivalent of day 1? I keep hearing rumors about it and it gets me very worried. It has now been 67 days since it was first received. P.S. If you're on an F-1 Visa, in the same situation; don't even bother requesting an expedite. You will be denied right away. If someone could help me figure this out, I'd be very thankful.
  3. Hi Everyone, I have a question for the group.... hoping to get some opinions / feedback. I was originally sponsored for family visa under the F2B category (Unmarried son & daughter of Permanent Resident) in 2012. My priority date (4/31/12) became current in Mar 2019. My family sponsor became a United States Citizen in Feb 2019 and I was automatically moved to F1 category, but had made a request to keep in the F2B category under Section 6 of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) because the priority date in the F2B category was further along than F1. I have submitted all information to NVC and became Documentary Qualified for Embassy Interview on 2/6/2019 and have been waiting since for an interview to be scheduled. (Montreal, Canada Embassy) My priority date has since become "current" for the F1 category with the August '19 Visa Bulletin, and I'm wondering if it would make any sense at this point to see to change category again back to F1 in order to expedite my process. I'm just wondering if getting an interview scheduled will be quicker under the F1 category as compared to the F2B category. Any opinions / feedback would be most appreciated.
  4. Hi all! I had an interview at the US embassy in Cairo on May 30th. I am applying for an F1 visa as I want to pursue my PhD studies in the US. The VC asked me about my research background, the universities I applied to, etc. Then, he took my CV and told me that there is some administrative processing that needs to be done. He said it will take 1-2 months. It has been 2 months and 13 days now. Checking online forums, I understand now that this shouldn't necessarily be the case. - I would like to know other people's experiences with administrative processing on F1 visa, more specifically how long it took. - Secondly, my case status update date is the same as my interview (May 30th), is it true that if the update date is not changed for some time (3-5 months), then the case will be cleared and labeled as no record? Thank you! and really appreciate your feedback!
  5. Hello, I received admission for a Masters program in Engineering this Fall. I applied for my visa on the 25th of June, 2019. The interview went smooth. The VO asked me questions about my brother who's on an H1B, and then about my program. At the end he kept my passport but handed me a yellow slip, asking for my CV + advisor's CV + research plans. I submitted them within 24 hours and received an automated acknowledgement email. It's been ~45 days now. My classes start on the 26th of August. A couple of friends told me they were on an F-1 AP but their cases were resolved in 30 days. On similar Facebook groups I saw most F1 cases from India resolved quickly. I did some research and this seems like a background/security check in Washington. Has anyone here gone through the same process? Can it take longer than 1.5 months for a student visa? Since classes are starting very soon I need to inform my school about a possible deferral. Thanks.
  6. Greetings from Turkey,I got a fully funded PhD offer from Illinois Institute of Technology on last April. I applied for an F1 visa to enroll in for Fall 2016 semester. Even though I got an approval on my interview, my application status remained under administrative processing for almost six months. I had to defer my admission twice, regardless of my efforts and the university's efforts to contact the embassy several times, since they were extremely indifferent and unhelpful. At the end I got really upset and sent the embassy a veeeeery long e-mail that contained literal sentences like "I can't take this anymore", "WHAT COULD I HAVE EVER DONE TO DESERVE THIS?" and "Even if I get cancer and the only cure is in the US, I will never set foot in your country" (I wasn't drunk or high). At the end of the e-mail I requested the withdrawal of my application, which they instantly agreed to like they had been waiting for me to give up already.My supervisor is trying very hard to help me and he is the coolest person on earth. So, I don't want to let this chance slip away. My question is, what would happen if I tried to apply at the same embassy. %100 administrative processing again? refusal for life? Should I apply for this visa at a different country with a valid excuse (I might do an internship abroad). Any suggestion will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  7. Hello all, I had my F1 visa interview on 24th July 2019 where I received 221G slip, asking me to email the court document and the passport was returned back. Court document was requested to me at the time of the interview, but I wasn't carrying it. Background information : I had visited US on B1 visa a month back and was arrested/convicted for over speeding / DUI while driving and received a bail / PR bond next day and was released. Next court hearing is on 4th of September. I have already emailed my court documents and also received confirmation from embassy stating they have received it on 24th itself. CEAC website states " Your visa case is currently undergoing necessary administrative processing. This processing can take several weeks." For how long should I wait, I have already scheduled one more visa appointment on 6th August. Should I go for the next appointment as well or just wait for the previous administrative processing results to come out. Thinking I would go for that since I wasn't carrying the court document with me and I will carry the document for next appointment
  8. .Hi my name is Jihyun. I graduated from four-year college this May, 2019, and my OPT started July 8, 2019. Around the time I graduated, my boyfriend, who is a US citizen, proposed me, and we decided to get married. The problem is, my major is very specific (art therapy) and requires a master's degree to be able to work as a clinician. At my Bachelor's degree level, any job I can find only requires high school graduates (such as activity leader at a nursing home). My unemployment period will end in early October, and I'm afraid I won't be able to find a job even by then. My boyfriend (now my fiance) and I are getting married on paper in August and we are trying to start the process of marriage greencard by September. My question is, if my unemoloyment period ends and I still don't have a job... will this effect the greencard process..?? We already moved to a new place together, and I'm really scared to lose everything we've had together.
  9. Long story short i was studying in LA 2012-2014, took a leave of absence with intention to return fall 2015, in march 2015 i went to renew my visa which was expiring in may, the visa was renewed, in may i flew over to LA to spend the summer there before school started. I was turned away at POE because my sevis was cancelled (which i had no clue about and was not informed when i renewed my visa). I was given a 5yr ban because i didnt have $3k on me to pay for a return ticket. I want to finish my degree so I got a lawyer who prepped the 212(d)(3), went for the interview this july. The officer asked me to explain what happened and why I got the expedited removal. I told her what happened she said she believed me. She gave me a green 221g but said she didn't need the waiver packet and didn't look at it. I tried to insist but she said it wasn't necessary, she was going to 'make my application nice' and would get back to me. She said she wanted to keep my passport so that I could just "pick up the visa". The only document she looked at was my i-20. Its been 3 weeks and they havent requested any documents, status is still under AP. Uni starts in 2 weeks. I cannot find anything online anywhere about a 5yr ban 212(a)(7) waived with a 221(g) with zero documents so i dont get whats going on. Anyone know anything about this or had a similar experience? TIA
  10. Hello... I am new here.... Currently on F-1 OPT. OPT expires October 13, 2017. On March, I married my U.S. citizen boyfriend. We filed AOS and Travel documents on June 30, 2017. A month ago, I have been notified by my HR to present a new unexpired work permit to keep my employment. I am anxiously waiting for news from USCIS regarding my EAD…..In 20 days I need to get my EAD card in hand. Otherwise, I might be jobless :(( Also, I have made flight reservation and plan to go back to my county to have a wedding at the end of December!! I am super worried if I do not get my combo card soon. My job…my wedding… ARGHH Does anyone here have the same job situation as mine? What should I do/ my employer does in this situation? Can I still be working WITHOUT PAY (more like a volunteer job) after my OPT expires if my employer let me does that until I get my EAD? What’s y’all recommendation? I just feel bad to my employer because I have not worked for a year yet, and will be taking leave for wedding.. and plus I might need to take unpaid leaves for indefinite time until I get my EAD… Here’s my timeline 30-Jun-2017 Filed AOS package 5-Jul-2017 USCIS received fingerprint fee for I-485 6-Jul-2017 Received I-797 Receipt Notices 15-Jul-2017 Received Appointment for Biometrics Notice 26-Jul-2017 Received RFE Notice (I-131A. Somehow lawyer forgot to send it together with I-485). Sent the I-131A on Sept 28. 3-Aug-2017 Did Biometrics 8-Aug-2017 RFE was received by USCIS 11-Sep-2017 Called USICS to expedite EAD/AP 12-Sep-2017 USCIS: Expedite request was assigned to an officer. Referral ID: T1*****. We sent a response to your request to have your case expedited. Another update: your request to have your case expedited was completed 18-Sep-2017 Called USCIS regarding the expedited case status. Told me they sent an email requesting proof of severe financial loss on September 13. But I did not get the email. So turned out there was a misunderstanding in communication. Officer whom I spoke with on Sept 11 misspelled my email address. 20-Sep-2017 Sent a fax to congressman regarding EAD case
  11. Hello, I am adjusting status from F1 Student to Green Card through marriage (filed in May 2019) and would like to get health insurance while I wait for my green card (fingerprints approved - waiting on work permit). I would like to get health insurance but unfortunately open enrollment closed and I do not qualify for any of the special events so I would have to wait until November 2019. My husband has private insurance but adding me is not an option. 1. Is there a way to get health insurance now? 2. If so, where? Thank you!
  12. Hi I am currently on a F1 visa with one semester left of my study. My aunt had applied family based green card (F4) for my mother and us and the case has reached its priority date. So my parents and I will have the consular interview for it in India. Is it safe for me to go to india and come back on the F1 visa even if the petition is rejected in the consular interview for whatever reason. Thanks
  13. I'm a non-immigrant working on F1 STEM-OPT in US. I got married in March 2019 in India and my wife visited me for 2.5 months in US on B1/B2 visa. She had received the tourist visa in 2017 to come visit me for couple of weeks. She stayed with me in US from March 25 to June 11. We had been in the process of applying to graduate schools in US for my wife since last year for Fall 2019 term. She received an admit from a university and appeared for a visa interview in New Delhi consulate. The VO denied the F1 visa saying your circumstances had changed since you were issued B1/B2; you should not have visited your husband on the same visa. She said you should apply for F2 (student dependent) and study there. She gave her the 214B slip. Additionally, she cancelled her B1/B2 with a stamp saying "cancelled without prejudice". She wants to appear for another visa interview for F1. Is it a good idea to re-appear for the interview? We are thinking of explaining that she came to US for short term and attend few information sessions of some universities. Therefore, she did not apply for a F2 dependent visa. Moreover, the reason we did not apply for F2 dependent visa was because we were already planning on applying for F1 visa.
  14. My dad and I were about to register at https://cgifederal.secure.force.com/ for the delivery of our visa after our interview on July 19. My dad is the unmarried son of a US citizen and I am only his derivative. Our problem is that we don't know if we both have to register. We first tried to register his passport. At the first step, we chose my dad's visa category which is f11 (son/daughter of US citizen). Then at step 2, we filled up the form with his passport number, bday and the mailing address. Third step, we uploaded the scanned copy of his passport. Lastly, we clicked the submit button. Next, we tried to register mine but we were not sure if I should click F11 or F12 (child of F11). So we decided to choose f12 because I am his son. After entering my passport informations and mailing address, we were shocked because I was given the step 6 which is the "add dependents". Why did I get the step 6 if I am only his derivative? My dad must be the one to have that step 6. We tried to contact the US Embassy in Manila but all their phone numbers have only recorded voices. Pls give me more information regarding to our situation. Thank you!
  15. Hi all, First i want to thank this platform and all the readers/folks on helping me. I have been googled all day for the past 3 days trying to figure out what to do in my case. My wife and I just got married last month and have just received our marriage license and will be filing AOS. However the following is our main concern: 1. My wife is currently working via OPT which will be expire in September. If i filed the AOS along with i-765 (Employment Authorization Card), it will roughly take 3~6months to get the EAD card. My wife and I surely didnt want that to happen because her OPT will expire which means she will be out of work. We are currently want to file all the AOS paperwork (includes i-765) and will also file the renewal of her OPT (which will buy us more time while waiting on the EAD card), will these conflict? is there a better solution to my case? I was also told that once I filed the AOS, my wife's OPT/F1 status will be expired and that she will need to quit her job today and wait for EAD card in order to work. Is this true? Lastly, can I include the expedite EAD documents(evidences) along with my AOS paperwork? if so what documents are needed to expedite EAD? Thank you so much!! My Timeline: 6/18/2019: AOS forms/paperworks are ready to be submit. (working on OPT renewal paperwork)
  16. I'm an athlete, been on P1 for 4 years, graduated from the US before that. Worked in the US for years, competed as a tennis player on P1. Now I've got admission in a grad program and want to switch to F1 Visa. I'm in my home country of Pakistan but have a valid P1. What's the best way for me to switch to P1? Should I apply for a student visa from Pakistan as I normally would if I didn't have a P1(if that's an option), or should I go to the US on my P1 and apply for a status change? Would love to hear thoughts on this, thank you!
  17. Hi, First of all, I want to say any help would be appreciated. Here’s my situation. In 2016, I came to the US as an international student and attended a private school. In 2017, my mom (who is still in my home country) got married to a USC (my step dad). I then was moved to my step dad’s city to live with him. Here I attended a public school, which is legal because I was allowed to attend a public institution for 1 year if my parents/guardian is a USC. But since it was a public institution, it didn’t have the authority to issue me my I-20 form. Back then, I didn’t know much so I did not inform any government officials about my change. I am also not sure if my public school did. Fast forward to now, I have received my EAD and SS# but I have not used my benefits for anything except applying for a drivers permit/ license. I am going to college next fall, my new college issued my my new I-20 with a new SEVIS ID on it and asked me to pay the I-901 fee. I do not know if I have been out of status or not, nor do I know how to check my status. I used the SEVIS website but that did not work. I want to maintain my F-1 status because that’s what got me here and also if my AOS did not go through, I can still stay in the US and finish my education. If anyone has been in my situation before, do you guys have any experiences? Also, what steps should I take now, should I pay the I-901 fee and would that be all I need to do? Are there any ways I can check my status? If I am to be out of status, should I apply for reinstatement and would that be considered immigration fraud since I’m having a pending I-485? Should I seek help from lawyers? Thank you so so much for reading, please give me any advices if possible :) Have a nice day!
  18. Hi I filed for AOS on May 7th 2019. Im on a f1 visa and got married in January to US citizen. I got a text message from USCIS on May 14th, 2019 saying they received my case. I haven’t received anything in the mail yet. Can i now drop out of school without being illegal? Am I considered a AOS applicant now that I got the text message saying my case was received? Thanks.
  19. Hi All , I had AOS interview today , and it went well . My Husband who is on GC is my petitioner . But IO said your result will be out on basis of Priority dates . My Question is what kinda of Priority date he's talking about as our I 130 was approved in December 2017 and we applied I 485 on basis of that . If any one have Info on this please let me know . Interview Questions asked : * Which Visa you came on to United States ? * Education ( name and year of colleges from where I graduated from ? ) * My Current Address ? * Date of Marriage ? * Husband's DOB ? * How many Kids ? * All Common questions on I 485 about terrorism , prostitution etc etc ? * Any evidence we want to provide for file ( my husband gave him whole bundle bu IO took , Joint Bank A/c details , electricity Bill , Car Service Bill ). Total Time taken by IO 15 MINS . Thanks In Advance .
  20. Hi there! I've noticed that no one opened a discussion for July 2018 AOS filers, so I decided to do it. Since we're all going to be anxious, why not share and experience the anxiety with the online community? HA! Let me start by sharing a few things about me. I'm a veterinarian in my home country and my husband is a physician. One day my "then-fiance-now-husband" surprised me with a visit to the county office to get a marriage license! After a week we got married by a retired judge, it was a very simple and sweet ceremony and I've never been happier in my life. I'm currently a homemaker/housewife and I spend some time volunteering at the local animal shelter when I'm not busy studying for my USA vet boards. I do reccomend finding something to during the wait, it will definitely help with the anxiety. Good luck to everyone!
  21. Greetings, I had applied for an F1 visa last year for a PhD from the US. It has been under administrative processing for 9 months but I have lost the original admission in the US university. Now I have another offer from a different university in the US. I was told by an embassy employee to reapply,. How will this affect my case? Will the ongoing case be cancelled? Will I have to explain this to the visa officer? Is it even possible to have two F1 visa applications?
  22. hi, I am starting to look into the possibility of applying for permanent residency through AoS from my F1; at the same time, I am looking into extending my F1/I20. My USC partner and I are not married yet but have lived together for two years and are considering marrying sometime in the next year. I arrived in the USA in 2015 on an F1 visa for a 5 year grad school program. The F1 visa in my passport has a May 2020 date, and so does my current I20. My graduate school program will take me at least 6 years to complete (this is true for most students in our program), and it will be fairly straightforward to get my school to print out a new I20 with a May 2021 date (there is funding in place for my 6th year of school). I usually travel to my home country at least once a year, and I'm trying to figure out when to apply for various things and in what order - the main thing that I'm confused about is whether or not I'll be able to exit and re-enter the USA in order to visit my home country once we've filed for AoS. I'm also worried about extending my F1 (not the I20, that's easy) given that I have plans to marry a USC. Our current plan is for me to extend my I20 this coming fall (fall 2019) so that it'll be legal for me to be in the USA on my student status through May 2021; note that on this plan, I'm not wanting to actually get a new F1 visa in my passport with a May 2021 date. Then, we're planning to visit my home country together in January 2020 (I'd re-enter on my current F1), and to get married in the USA either right before or right after that, and then file AoS paperwork early 2020. Then, my plan is to just stay in the USA without leaving and trying to re-enter until I have a green card. All of that being said, there are a couple of major downsides to this plan: - I'm a scientist and it may be beneficial for my career to present research at international conferences, so not being able to do any conferences outside of the USA until I have a green card isn't ideal. - There's some chance that my grandma with Alzheimer's (she's over 90 years old) might pass away after I've filed my AoS paperwork but before I would have received my green card. Would I then need to choose between missing her funeral while I stay in the USA or going to her funeral and risk not being let back into the USA? Some other options - this is where I have questions! 1. Should I apply for a new F1 visa stamp (that would be valid thru 2021, like the new I20 I'd have at that point) at my home country's consulate during our January 2020 trip? I'm worried about doing this - back when I originally applied for my F1 in 2015 I had no plans to stay in the USA, but right now I have demonstrable ties here (e.g. a shared lease with a long term partner who I'm considering marrying). But I'm also thinking questions like that might not come up (since I am also actually extending my grad school program with a year) and so maybe it's dumb not to do it, since the F1 visa would allow me to re-enter the country easier between May 2020 and May 2021 should I need to leave and re-enter for work or family reasons? 2. Right now I'm not planning to apply for a travel permit with my AoS application - I've heard from other USA-international student couples at my university that their lawyers recommended against traveling in and out of the country until you have the green card in hand. Should I be applying for that anyway and then only use it in case of emergency (e.g. grandma passes away)? Or should I apply for it anyway and then plan to travel as normal (1-2 short trips per year for work/family purposes)? 3. Right now, I'm also not planning to apply for a work permit with my AoS application. As a graduate student I already work, have a SSN and pay taxes all within what is legally allowed with my F1 visa (so basically I work for the university for 20 hours per week as a teaching or research assistant - added benefit is that this means the university covers my tuition), and I don't plan on changing that until I graduate in May 2021. Again, I've heard it said by other USA-international student couples that it's a risk to get a work permit associated with the AoS and then (with that work permit) work more than is normally allowed on an F1. Cause then if the green card gets denied, you can't easily fall back on your F1 since you'll have stepped outside of what's allowed on that. 4. We are not currently planning on getting a lawyer - the relationship is bona fide, I am here legally, neither me nor my USC partner has broken any laws, my partner earns more than enough to meet I864 requirements on his own, so basically as far as we're aware there are no red flags at all that might make our application difficult. Couples we've spoken to who applied pre-2017 under the previous administration think we should be totally fine without a lawyer, but couples we've spoken to who applied under the current administration are saying it's more difficult nowadays and recommend for sure getting a lawyer, even if our case is seemingly straightforward. I have enough money saved up to pay for a lawyer if need be, but I'd rather not spend the money if I don't need to. Is that dumb? 5. Are there any major things I'm overlooking? In case it's relevant, after graduating with my PhD I'm planning to apply for academic jobs in the USA, probably both postdocs and tenure track professor jobs, though there's also a chance that I'll want to apply for industry jobs. Our reasoning is that a green card will provide me with more flexibility in applying for jobs. If I apply for jobs on my current status, I'd be looking at either F1 OPT (+ STEM extension) and/or J1 (which can have a requirement to then stay in your home country for 2 years afterwards, which I don't want given that my partner lives & works here in the USA) for postdocs, and H1B on the off chance that I'll land a tenure track job. However, what I really want to avoid at all costs is not being able to work the job I want because of visa procedures (e.g. because I'm still waiting for a greencard). Thanks in advance for any advice you might want to share! I'm a risk-averse academic and tend to overthink things a bit, so this post became pretty long... thanks for bearing with me!
  23. I am a F1 visa holder in united states and finished my masters in December 2018. I applied for OPT on November 2nd and 1st time my opt got denied on November 30th because DSO forgot to check one box and school got package of denial itself on 30th day(Friday 4 pm) and hence I was told from my DSO assistant to correct it and send I-765 back but she didn't inform me, it had to be sent back on 30th day or same day itself as DSO assistant wasn't aware. So I did mail that overnight package on Monday December 3, 2018. After 120 days I got my RFE for OPT on April 3rd, Because I failed to submit I-765 within 30 days of the date, The reason i sent package on 33rd day was it was monday, school it self got OPT RFE on 30th day 4pm and dso assistant didnt know it had to be sent on 30 day. I got notice on my RFE that I can not appeal for this decision but I may file a MTR. Currently, I have filed a MTR yesterday for this decision with my DSO's explanation that student wasnot aware of 30 day rule and she(dso) was not in office, so she(DSO) could not let him know that it had to be sent on 30th day itself. I want to know that is there any chance that my MTR will be approved as lot of people are telling me that MTR will likely to fail. How long does it take to get reply of MTR? What are my options right now if my MTR fails and about doing second masters, or School can help me giving employment as h1 petitioner. and all the legal advice for solving this situation would be highly appreciated.
  24. Hello everyone, I am filing for F-1 student visa and my sponsor is my Aunt (US citizen by naturalization). So i think she have to submit I-134 in that I have questions regarding Q22 to Q37. These questions are in relation to whether she filed for affidavit for support or visa petition, which is she did in 1990 and she does not remember exact dates of filing. So my question is is it necessary to put these 30 yr old details? and if it is then what I should do please suggest. Thank You, i-134.pdf
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