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  1. Hello buddies I wanted to create this topic on I-751 (petition to remove condition on residence) for New York filer. A lots of people getting MSC receipt number which is believed to end up with an interview in the local office, but there’s no specific processing time for New York field office, please feel free share your processing experience here
  2. Hi all, looking for some help... I just received notice that my I-751 has been deemed abandoned because I did not reply to a request for evidence that I did not receive. I filed my I-751 in May 2018 and received and extension until November 2019. In January my Green Card was stolen (along with my Canadian Passport) and I went through the process of getting a I-551 in February 2019. When I got the I-551 the agent told me everything was really backed up and extended my status until February 2020. I have also been following along with the I-751 timeline posted on VisaJourney website which showed me that my wait didn't seem out of the ordinary. I was shocked to see my I-751 was denied. My wife and I are indeed married and in good faith. We live together, share bank accounts and car leases, all of which I provided as evidence in my removal of conditions application. I now work as a teacher and coach but may loose out on my job because we didn't receive one mailed notice?!?! This seems surreal. Any advice on my situation would be greatly appreciated, we are trying to figure out how to fill I-290b (do we appeal the decision or motion to reconsider?) and are seeking out an immigration lawyer. Thank you in advance!
  3. Today my status was changed to RFE , am a son of LPR , i need to know what will they ask for ?
  4. Hi, When filing a I-485 and the included I-864, it is my interpretation from the I-864 instructions that we needed to list the I-129 Beneficiary who entered on a K1 as the principal immigrant and minor child who entered with the beneficiary on K2 as an additional sponsored family member (part 3). Received an RFE requiring that we must submit a separate I-864 for each minor child, listing them as the principal immigrant. Very confusing. Anyone else had this issue? Is this special requirement specific to 485?
  5. Hi everyone, My fiancée and I applied for the Visa K-1 and after waiting 5 months we got a RFE (Request For Evidence). They ask for: Beneficiary’s intent to marry in the US Evidence of meeting in person in the last two years We already sent a statement saying my intention to get married (I'm the beneficiary), but I think it was too simple and incomplete, so I hope whether we send a new one more complete and saying that my intent is to get married during the 90 days of the Visa K-1 (with wet signature) would be enough. Handwritten also?We can't show them anything about the wedding because we are waiting for the Visa K-1 to start to arrange it. What do you think? Any idea? We are more worried about the "Evidence of meeting in person in the last two years". We don't understand why they need more evidence because we sent pictures, airplane tickets, hotels receipts. We don't know what else we can provide them to show that we saw each other during these last two years. I think that we can provide them photocopies of our passports (all the pages). Any piece of advise? More doubts that we have: - Do we have to send again the full pack (all the forms, etc) or it's enough with the two things that they are asking for and the RFE? - Do you know any way to prove that a picture was taken on X date? For instance, a way to print the date on the picture or something like that. PD: They don't say in the RFE that they lost the documents they are asking for, so I guess that they just need everything more detailed and complete.
  6. Hello Visa Journey! I'm really at a point right now where I'm just overwhelmed with this whole process. I don't feel to fabricate or manufacture evidence after the fact we've received and RFE, as to me it just looks like its being done out of convenience at this point. What we sent off to USCIS originally included: photo's, statements of our shared bank account, medical power of attorney, affidavits from friends, Lease agreement letter and a 2016 tax statement. Looking back I should've sent every page of evidence from what I have listed but I only sent a few pages from each document (not smart!!). Since the original ROC application was sent out the only real update in terms of valid evidence I feel would be I recently got health coverage from my job in which my wife's name is included on, rent receipts from our family friend who we live with and more affidavits from friends and family. I'm really not trying to pull out the " feel sympathy for us"card but we haven't had the easiest time since being married. As I stated before we live with a family friend who we pay to stay with so we don't have any utilities or actual hard copy bills per say. For a long period of time my wife wasn't working so it was me picking up multiple part jobs to support us. We do have a joint account that has been active since 2016 but no credit cards because her credit is shot! I've tried plenty of times to apply for credit whether it be secure or not and have had no success getting approved,which is odd because my social security would be considered spanking new. I've recently been approved for an amazon " Credit builder" card maybe I can state this in my packet to show as some proof me trying to get things in order?!? In the RFE Letter USCIS states the evidence is insufficient because the information doesn't cover the period of date from marriage until now which I understand because I didn't make full copies of the transcripts I submitted. What has me confused is the letter also states don't send previous copies of what was previously submitted My question now is do I not resubmit the full transcripts along with the updated evidence I now have? Should we maybe write a letter explaining why we don't have certain evidences requested on the list? I'm now wondering if this is even worth fighting for and considering returning home to Canada with my wife I understand its all protocol on their end but every case is unique in a sense. ever Answers would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
  7. Hello All, Hoping for guidance from the community. I had my N-400 Citizenship interview today and after the interview, the officer notified that she will not be able to make a decision at this time because I needed to submit a Police Report along with the Cancellation of Warrant from the court that I had submitted for a traffic violation (failure to appear for summons). Very frustrating and nerve wracking. I can see that the RFE was posted on the USCIS status website but the document is not visible yet. With a little bit of digging in the forums, I found out that it'll only be available for viewing pleasure tomorrow, after I guess the server gets updated, taking its sweet time. But I can see that there is a way to respond to the RFE and to upload documents! Very exciting. Does anyone have experience with this? Has anyone uploaded RFE related documents before and had success. Should I wait for this RFE to arrive via snail mail, bite the bullet and respond through physical means? Because I would love to just upload, and pray that the upload triggers a red blinker upon the IO's desk to adjudicate this urgently. Much ... much ... appreciate your sharing any experience with this.
  8. Hey!! Hope all is good with everyone. So my form I130 got approved in February and they initiate the processing and now I just received a letter from USCIS asking me for a request for initial evidence of BONA FIDE MARRIAGE. So the thing is I have never been to USA and the USCIS is asking for the evidences like property leases, mortgages, or registrations. Now I want to know what kind of evidences should I send them to prove that our marriage is bona fide? I am already sending them the evidences like the conversation between me and my wife, money transfer transaction, emails, pictures, and affidavits. Would anyone please let me know if I have to send the USCIS a notarised/attested affidavits or it’s other way round? I’d be so grateful for any kind of help. Thank you!!
  9. I received an RFE from Texas Service Center for providing the marriage certificate in the prescribed format. Does it mean that everything else that we have submitted till this stage is ok and we should not expect further RFEs at NVC stage of the process?
  10. Hello, My immigration lawyer assisted with i-751 filing in January 2018. This was an early filing as my 2-year green card expired in September 2018. Lawyer explained the battered spouse waiver permits early filing. Submitted a 9-page personal statement on the emotional, psychological, and financial control and cruelty I experienced from the now ex-husband. Together with letter from counselor at a domestic violence service provider, psychiatrist diagnosis of PTSD and Major Depressive Disorder, 4 separate police reports, and 6 affidavits from friends supporting the marriage and the subsequent abuse. 19 months later, I received RFE from USCIS stating: 1) my personal statement was credible; 2) insufficient evidence of battered spouse; 3) I need to submit further evidence such as medical reports, photographs of injuries sustained from U.S. Citizen Spouse, and personal statement as well as affidavits from others supporting that I suffered as a battered spouse; 4) no mention of bona fide proof of marriage. The problem is the abuse never became physical. Had I stayed longer, it very well could have become physical. That is besides the point. It has been challenging to manage my emotions since the receipt of this RFE because A: I am reminded of the abuse that I have started to slowly heal from; and B: my immigration lawyer has been on vacation for the past 2.5 weeks. The deadline to submit additional evidence is in 7 weeks. Questions: 1. Has anyone been in a similar situation? Could you please share your experience in terms of what further evidence can be submitted? 2. The marriage has ended in February 2018 with a divorce. I understand should the current i-751 ultimately be denied, I can re-apply with a divorce waiver. Should I re-apply now or proceed with the current filing? 3. Should the current filing ends up in removal proceedings, will I have the opportunity to request in front of an immigration judge to consider my case for a divorce waiver? 4. Since there was no mention of additional evidence requests in the RFE, does that mean USCIS has determined that I submitted sufficient evidence that the marriage was in good faith? My ex-husband did not allow for my name be added to his accounts, instead he asked me to write him checks each month when I got paid. Also, we purchased a co-op apartment together (in both our names), and filed taxes together for 2 years. Much appreciated.
  11. Hello all :) So, I sent in my RFE and am now waiting for the decision and or to be notified. I have one question! When they say that USCIS will be mailing their decision, does it get mailed to my husband (aka my petitioner in the States where the RFE and NOA were sent to) or does it get sent to me? (aka the beneficiary living in Korea) It also states that they have received our response to the RFE on August 28, 2019. Does anyone have an estimate of when the process will be over? Hopefully we will be able to FINALLY escape from USCIS and move on to NVC processing. Also, who else has dealt with RFEs? Please let me know how it went for you guys :) Thank you :D
  12. Hi all, First of all pardon me if I posted the topic in the wrong forum because I am a newbie to this site. * Straight to the main point: My I-485 from got RFE response and review on Aug the 8 then the interview was scheduled on September 6,2019. Somehow on September 9, I got the email from USCIS with the case status of my form I -485 : Your Case Status: Request for Evidence Response Review * Question: Why my case is still RFE response review even though on the September 6 case status was: Interview was scheduled? Any idea please help ( Pics includes)
  13. Hello, I moved to the US on a K1 in October and applied for AOS, EAD/AP in November. I received an RFIE today for AOS/i-485 and it's in regards to my Birth Certificate. I am completely confused why I got an RFIE, as the document I submitted is a CERTIFIED copy issued by my government in the UK. It's a full birth certificate, written in ENGLISH. This birth certificate has been used for years and accepted at every point it has been used, by the UK government AND during my K1 application. I don't understand why now it's suddenly an issue. I have included the relevant pictures below with personal information blanked out, if anyone has any advise please let me know. Thanks!
  14. Our RFE is really confusing My fiancee got arrested for shoplifting but then she get a police clearance (because she was 14)so when she went to the court she found her record EMPTY Now the USCIS wants another criminal records documents that says how this arresting went...! Ps: they won't accept the police clearance Any suggestions?
  15. Hello guys. I really need some help here. I’m new to this forum so i don’t know if I’m doing this right haha. My fiancé is American and I’m Brazilian. He got arrested last year in December and is still waiting for his court day. He filled out the k1 visa process and got an RFE saying they need some proof of his criminal records and if it’s pending or not. But he has been calling so many people and nobody helped him. Saying they don’t have anything cuz he never went to court. Aka didn’t happened yet. Our deadline is getting closer. I’m scared. What should we do? Btw his lawyer the one they gave him from the government said he can’t do anything about it. I’m desperate you guys. Please some help or advice. 🥺
  16. Hello Everyone, I received an RFE for I-864 and I-130. We found a joint sponsor for the I-864, but for the I-130, the RFE said "ALL pages of the form are not present or of the same edition date. Submit a properly completed and signed form I-130". I checked the USCIS website, and we sent in the exact edition available there, so i'm assuming some pages may have been misplaced? Hence, I would only have to send in a new I-130 and not I-130A or the evidences, because they did not ask for that? Also, how do I actually assemble this?, it is a little off, as I need to attach the actual RFE letter with that as well. Thank you!
  17. I was notified of an RFE yesterday by text. I called this morning to get more information and they have my fiance as being previously married (common law). They basically want proof that he is no longer in a marriage. The common law marriage was to his son mother. They are no longer living together. They haven't lived together for 2 years. Do I need him to go ahead a get the certificate of nonimpediment. Will that be sufficient proof that he has single and free to marry?
  18. I and my fiance (petitioner) had our interview on 30th of August 2019 in Mumbai. The interviewer asked a few questions and after that started asking about our previously refused k1 Visa application. Before I and my fiance had met in person, we had applied for k1 because he was in US army flight school and was not allowed to travel or leave the country and I didn't have a travel visa to the US. So they refused our request for waiver and denied us. We filed again after we had met (and got engaged with the ring and stuff) and within 3 months we had got accepted. Did everything else which we were asked to do and then this happened at the interview. My morale is at an all time low. I am heartbroken. My fiancee even went to the interview with me. The interviewer asked me to send him our Whatsapp correspondence before we had met in person so I will do that now. I also think he asked me to send my passport along with it. Now I am not sure about that. Everything feels like a haze to me so I am pretty sure that he asked me to send the passport along with the proof but my brain is raising doubts. So do they ask you to send your passport with the proof?
  19. Hello all, First off a little information. I moved here last year with a K1 visa in August, my wife and I were married in September and our NOA1 for my AOS paperwork was received December 3rd, 2018. We received an RFE today stating that my wife is under the 125% federal poverty guideline for our household size as per the documentation we sent with our original packet. The letter we received talks a lot about a "Joint Sponsor" however, since filing taxes for the latest year (2018) her income due to promotions and assets now exceeds the 125% poverty guideline. We are absolutely able to find a Joint Sponsor if needed, however we are both 150% confident we do not need a sponsor at all due to wage changes. The part where we need advice; the letter does not clearly state whether or not we are able to reply with the current financial situation and squeak through with that, rather it asks for a latest year tax slip + information pertaining to a Joint Sponsor. 🤷‍♂️ I plan on calling and hearing what they have to say about this and will update, but was curious if any one else has been in a similar situation and which way is the correct way to go about it. If I left out any vital information in this post please let me know in a reply and I will correct it. Thank you for reading!
  20. Hi All, I need help regarding the RFE I received recently for the application(I-751) I submitted in August 2018 to Remove conditions. They mentioned in the letter that the evidence provided is insufficient to prove a good faith marriage. They go on to mention that they have received the following from me Lease Joint Account Bank Statement (with one page of transactions) Tax returns. Photos, travel and affidavits And they failed to acknowledge receipt of the following other documents I submitted Health and life insurance which shows my name and my spouse's name. Joint Car insurance. Joint Costco membership card. Individual credit card statements. As they have mentioned not to submit copies of documents previously submitted. Should I submit the other 4 again? Looks like they lost these documents. Also, In addition to the above documents, I'm going to provide the following financial documents 6 months of Joint Credit Card Statements (Shows only my name in the statement, but my spouse is on it as well). Individual, Bank Statements (Checking and Savings) for a duration of 2 years showing the same Home address. Shared Utility Bill (Car Parking) for a duration of 2 years showing both names. Do I submit these documents the same way I submitted my application packet? Thanks for reading! Any help is greatly appreciated.
  21. Hello, fall 2017 filer here. I got approved recently after responding to an RFE for my I751 petition. The forum has been incredibly helpful, arguably better than some immigration lawyer I spoke to. I want to share my experience and timeline in case it might be helpful or can alleviate some anxiety out there. Timeline: Fall 2017 jointly filed, Biometrics followed up very quickly in 2-3 months time. Then long wait until Feb 2019 for RFE for general documents to prove bona fide marriage. I responded in two weeks after receiving RFE. The response was acknowledged on Friday the same week the documents were delivered. Card in production around 10 days after the acknowledgement of RFE response. Long wait but quick turnaround after RFE response. There is one complication with my RFE: after getting married, my husband and I lived two years together and we lived apart for two years because of work reasons (relocation, different city) and then we were physically separated for another 8 months because long distance take a toll on our relationship. So when filing jointly 2017, we did not live together but NOT by choice, when receiving the RFE, we were not living together BY CHOICE. As you can imagine, this creates a complicated situation because we are in the limbo mode: not divorced but not living together either. I consulted an immigration lawyer about the best strategy going forward and he suggested me to get a divorce first, wait for the divorce decree and then respond to the RFE by switching from jointly filed to a waiver. He thinks this process will probably take more than a year and he thinks rather than wait for approval on 751, I should wait until 2020 to file N400 to force an interview happen quickly. All makes sense right? I thank god every second for not listening to him! What I did instead was to write a long letter explaining the ups and downs of our marriage as well as having my husband write a letter. In the letter, I told the officer that a divorce down the road is considered but we have not yet decided finally. I also told the officer that we want to REMAIN JOINT FILING STATUS. Note: my husband and I are still on good terms despite separation. I decided to be 100% honest with USCIS and listed my past address since we get married. Of course, I also sent a giant packet with photos, affidavits from a couple, banks statement for past three years, IRS transcript (I sent returns initially, not transcript), Amazon orders, birthday gift receipts, copies of driver's license with same address showing, copies of my H1B visa to prove I did not need green card to stay in the country, the proof to show that first two years of living apart was not by choice, and flights and hotel reservation for past trips. I bought a big multi-layer folder and fill it in full. Overnighted it via Fedex to USCIS. ~ Two weeks later, I got approved! The moral of the story is BE HONEST - worst strategy is to lie in an immigration application Lawyers are incentivized to complicate the situation so that they can charge you more. Also some of them are too busy that they will rarely help you respond to an RFE in two weeks, only you can do that. USCIS apparently values timely responds as indicated in their notification when RFE response is received. For really complicated situations you might need a lawyer, but be aware of their incentives and don't get bluffed by them. Word of mouth is probably important here when looking for a good responsible lawyer. USCIS officers understand marriage fall apart and takes a very humane customized approach when looking at our cases. Don't be afraid that they might not understand. As long as your marriage is real, you have nothing to worry about. Be creative and exhaustive with your supporting evidence. I underestimate the document requirement when I first filed, I thought they might retain the file when I get my conditional green card and merely send a few updates. If you have not filed yet, be sure to send as many documents as possible to avoid RFE. Be creative means not only tax document, children birth certificate or mortgage, you can send anything that shows you get married because you fall in love. I actually sent in the Facebook page of our relationship status change many years ago when we first started dating. Be as detailed as possible in your cover letter and in the affidavit letter. Let the witness talk about events you did together, how you get to know each other as a couple. Amazon orders histories are good proof of joint living as well as relationship. This is a long way to say, don't be afraid of RFE and don't be afraid that a damaged marriage might cause a denial of your petition. And most importantly, if someone say, you will definitely get an interview because you and your husband don't live together any more, WALK AWAY from that person as they know nothing about I751 petition. Thanks and hope this can be of help!
  22. Hi all, I just received an RFE in the mail couple of days ago. It was dated Feb 18th 2014. Interesting thing is that I truly believe it was somehow triggered by change of address I put in on Feb 6th 2014 (others in the past have also noted the same). Also it is very generic, usually people receive some sort of "personalized" RFE in the sense that it mentions what was submitted and what they need, but in my case, it is as generic as anything. However, whatever they request, I already submitted with my original packet including. Here is what I had sent: Joint lease from last three years Joint tax transcript (ordered from IRS website) from last two years Our health insurance cards showing both names Account snapshot of our Aetna website showing both of us using this insurance during our doc visits Joint bank account transaction pages covering last two years Letter from our bank stating when was my wife added to my account and that we have debit cards associated with that account Copy of a joint loan application we signed back in late 2011 Joint auto insurance and renter insurance Copy of our DLs showing same address Some utility bills showing individual names but same address Affidavits from friends/family Pics and holiday cards addressed to both of us Copies of the doc visit forms showing spouse as emergency contact ****** Now, other than the docs mentioned above, I have the following that I didn't send Life insurance showing spouse as beneficiary (but we just got it a month ago; before RFE date though... should I even send it? or will it raise red flag?) Call/text log showing awful lot of texts/calls between me and my wife e-mail/chat logs (not sure how much weight it carries) some more pics when my parents visited us back in October some hospital bills to us individually but same address? same goes with pet clinic bills showing her name but same address? ****** We haven't filed the taxes yet for this year, I dont have 401K, we dont have a child, we dont have a mortgage, the cars are under my name only as her credit score was pretty bad Any help is appreciated. Please advise fellow filers!
  23. Hello, I am recent graduate of this year and I've applied for my EAD card to the USCIS office. I have waited until 75 days and on the 77th day my status was changed from "Case Received" to "Request for initial evidence was mailed". I have no idea why I'm getting this status. And if this is the case then why they took so long to acknowledge me about the same? I've called a couple of times to the USCIS center but they didn't tell me anything and I've to wait for their mail to come. Let's say If I get the mail and send them the documents that they need on the next day then, is it possible that they will expedite my process? or do I need wait again for again 70-75 days to get my EAD card? I have a job offer letter with me and I've already delayed my joining date twice and I've no idea if they will wait for me again. It is just so frustrating and looks like I'll lose everything that I've gained in last 2 years. Can you please advice me on this situation? Any help would be appreciable... Thank you!
  24. Hi, I received a RFE for original birth certificate yesterday. We initially sent copies of birth certificate translation in English assuming it will suffice. Unfortunately, it didn't and we are really disappointed on ourselves for sending only copy of translation. The RFE states "Submit a copy of the applicant's foreign birth certificate issued by appropriate civil authority. USCIS will only accepts a long form birth certificate which lists at least one parent. If the document is in a language other than English, You must submit a copy of foreign birth certificate and a complete English translation." So in this scenario, we are to submit COPY OF ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Which is in FOREIGN LANGUAGE) and ORIGINAL TRANSLATION OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE correct? I got advise that original translation would have been suffice had we have sent it at the first place. USICIS doesn't accepts copy of translation? Translation must be in original form? As I understand the requirement, I am about to submit a COPY OF FOREIGN BIRTH CERTIFICATE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE and ORIGINAL TRANSLATION along with the copy of RFE letter and cover letter. Please correct me if I have to send any other documents. Also, any other info is much appreciated..
  25. My husband came from Indonesia in May 2014 on a K-1 visa and we were married a month later. Then, we submited the paperwork for a conditional Green Card in August and it came about 9 months later. Last year, in the 90 days before his Green Card was set to expire, we submitted our paperwork to remove conditions. In the original packet (sent March 2017), we included join bank accounts, joint credit card accounts, joint health insurance, joint auto insurance, joint vehicle registration, leases from prior two years with both our names (at addresses USCIS should have), 2 years of married filing jointly tax returns, 4 affidavits from citizens attesting to the relationship, life insurance naming the other person as beneficiary, pages of photos of us - by ourselves, with family, with friends, on vacations...it's a fairly comprehensive packet of 40 pages. I've just received an RFE this week asking for more "evidence of the marriage"...I've never been so tempted to send the government obscene photographs. The irony is, that wouldn't prove we have a real marriage any more than all this paperwork does. They've asked for any adoption or guardianship of children paperwork - which we do not have - there are no children. They've asked for transactional data from our joint checking account...which we can share, but it's not going to be clear who's transactions are who's, so we fail to see the point. They've asked for our licenses/state photo ID's that have our address on them. We can provide copies the last 2-3 IDs from the last 2-3 addresses, no problem. They also wanted a copy of the marriage license...which is not only NOT on the instruction form as required, but they should also already have it from the K-1 to Green Card application. Again, we can send it, but we don't see the point. Has anyone else run into this? I understand the need to prove the marriage is legitimate and you can't get more legitimate than us, but it seems like we could bury them in paperwork and it's still not going to prove anything.
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