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We are an engaged Canadian and American who want to get married, obtain a spousal visa, and live together in the USA. We have a lot of flexibility in our lives for travel and want to be together as much as possible during the 1.5 to 2yr visa process. We are considering the following timeline and would greatly appreciate any advice about possible issues, hurdles, and/or other considerations. We get married in Fall 2023 in Canada, spouse then enters USA on tourist visa (as a tourist) for 6 months. Spouse stays at National's owned-home in those months and returns to Canada in early spring 2024. At which point National files for spousal visa and leaves for Canada for the summer, and Europe for the fall - winter- spring while the visa process runs its course. Spouse returns to Canada for visa interview at Consulate in Canada when requested Any experiences with: filing for spousal visa 6-7 months after marriage in Canada? is that enough of a marriage duration? National leaving the US during visa process? Spouse coming in to the US on a tourist visa while married to a national? Spouse coming in to the US on a tourist visa while visa process is in its final stages? Thanks and we appreciate any feedback and insight!
I am the petitioner and my mom will be my joint sponsor for form i134. I live with my mom and dad. My questions are: 1. so when my mom fills out the i134, would her household size be 4? (My mom, myself, my fiancée, and my dad) or would it just be 3 and my dad not be included since he’s not a dependent of my mom? 2. since my mom and dad file taxes jointly, does my dad need any tax documents to differentiate his earnings from my mom’s? If so, what would that tax document be? My mom will send me her: - IRS tax transcript (recent year only) - W2 (recent year only) - Form 1040 (recent year only) - Passport biopage - Form i134 3. is there any other documents my mom needs to send me besides those listed above? My fiancée’s interview is coming up and we just want to do everything the right way the first time. Thank you in advance.
Hello this is quite long but i try to cut it short, my hubby and i got married 2017 we applied in 2018 luckily USCIS approved our petition and it was sent to NVC, my hubby made a pause because he wasnt making enough so last year he made enough money and uploaded all the necessary documents, while trying to make enough money we didnt meet at all ever since the wedding since we were saving money thou we werr communicating every single day. 1.So my question is could us not meeting for 4years now bring a denial decision? 2. Could us submitting the required documents later after 2years bring a denial? 3. On the interview do i have to take i- 864, federal tax return, form w-2 wage and tax statement, proof of assets documents in original copies or i take photocopies? Will be glad when am replied🥰
I've already had my interview. The only thing stopping my visa is my husband's income from previous years wasn't enough. The embassy said we can get a cosponsor but nobody we've asked will cosponsor me. He recently started a new job that will pay enough to meet the requirements. Will the embassy accept a letter from the HR department at his new job that shows he will meet the income requirements or are we out of luck without a cosponsor?