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Hi, I am J2 dependent and I arrived with my spouse July 1st. I am now applying for an EAD. We got temporary 30-day SIM cards to help us get around and contact leasing agents and such for the first month here. In my i-765 form I need to supply a Daytime Telephone Number, I can do this but I know my SIM will run out at the end of the month and I will lose my number. Will the authorities use that number to call me? or is this just for records? What the best thing I can do here? Should I just enter my current number (knowing it will change?) Many thanks!
Hi! I am in the process of assembling our I-129F and I am wondering whether I should include previous visas in the packet. I have previously been on both a J-1 and a J-2 visa, which means three of my previous addresses are from the US. Do I need to explain my addresses? One of which is my fiancés' address. I am terrified of getting an RFE, but I know that the USCIS also don't want to receive a whole bible worth of papers. If I were to include my previous visas, what documents do I include? DS-2019? I have searched and searched for information on this, but I haven't found anything. Surely someone has been in the same situation and knows what to do, so I'd be super duper thankful for advice from people who have been in a similar situation.
Hi! Me and my fiance will be applying for a K1 visa in January. We have started filling out the I-129F, which has raised some concerns. We met while I was an exchange student at his high school in 2014. When I came back home to Sweden after my exchange year, my mom just landed a job at Vanderbilt in Nashville so me and my whole family moved back to the US. My mom held the J1 visa, and the rest of us were j2's. After two months of living in TN my youngest sister got very sick, so my family had to return to Sweden. I, however, stayed and moved in with my boyfriend. I never stayed overstayed the visa, I actually left several months before it ran out, but I have since learned that I should have left along with the J1-holder. Since this I have travelled back to the US many times without any issues and I have been issued an ESTA. We are however worried that me staying, after my mother left (even though I didn't overstay) might get our K1 denied. Has anyone been in a similiar situation? On one hand we believe that if my stay in the US would have been unlawful, I wouldn't have been given an ESTA and on the other hand we believe that this can get us denied,