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Hello VisaJourney Community, I am filing family based AOS to a relative, she has been living in USA for 5 years 2016 to 2021 under F1 student visa. We had a hiccup, I hope it is a small one. It goes like: 1- She needs 12 hours to maintain full time student status in fall and spring. 2- She has that satisfied for all the years, fall and spring. 3- She only missed on semester, fall 2018, where she has 10 credit hours. 4- The reason for (3) is that she studied a 4 credit hours in summer 2018, if that class is added to the 2018 fall hours she should be meeting the full time criterion. In the green card interview, officer discovered some missing years of her classes reports, we are in the process of gathering all the year reports, and we noticed the missing 2 credit hours. Question: 1- how big of a problem? 2- Advice on how to proceed? Thanks for your help!
I have been awaiting to call for green card interview in Armenia. Due to the pandemic or something else which I am not aware of I heard nothing so far from US embassy in Yerevan. According to the email I received from KCC all DV 2021 interviews must be concluded by September 30, 2021. I contacted the embassy which was in vain. So I wonder what I should do. Will I lose my chance to get the /interview/visa? thanks
Long story short: Husband came here July 2020 on a K1 visa, we got married in Aug. 2020, submitted attempt 1 at his AOS packet in September. Got denied due to some errors, resubmitted in October and got NOA1 on Nov. 6, 2020. We have heard absolutely nothing since. I don't know if he needs a biometric next, or if he would just do his green card interview, but at this rate we have no idea what's next because they haven't said a word in almost 8 months. Our receipt # is from the National Benefits Center; our local office is Indianapolis. I know it always takes long and is even more delayed due to COVID, but this is putting a huge strain on our family. He needs to be able to work and visit his family abroad. Not being able to do so has been extremely hard for him, obviously. It's putting us in a difficult spot financially as well. I'm aware that this process often takes quite awhile, but I want to see if there is anything at all we can do to help move things along. Does anyone have suggestions for how to help move things forward? Or get a timeline of sorts? We did reach out to a senator or two, which I just learned is a thing, but not sure if that'll help. Any suggestions appreciated!
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)