Trawicks's US Immigration Timeline

  Petitioner's Name: sha
Beneficiary's Name: isa
VJ Member: Trawicks
Country: Uganda

Last Updated: 2019-04-27
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Immigration Checklist for sha & isa :

USCIS I-129F Petition:      
Dept of State K1 Visa:    
USCIS I-485 Petition:  
USCIS I-765 Petition:      
USCIS I-131 Petition:      
USCIS I-751 Petition:  
USCIS N-400 Petition:  


K1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : California Service Center
Transferred? No
Consulate : Kenya
I-129F Sent : 2017-08-18
I-129F NOA1 : 2017-08-21
I-129F RFE(s) :
RFE Reply(s) :
I-129F NOA2 : 2018-02-28
NVC Received : 2018-03-15
Date Case #, IIN, and BIN assigned : 2018-03-16
NVC Left : 2018-03-17
Consulate Received : 2018-03-21
Packet 3 Received : 2018-03-28
Packet 3 Sent : 2018-03-28
Packet 4 Received :
Interview Date : 2018-05-15 Submit Review
Interview Result : Approved
Second Interview
(If Required):
Second Interview Result:
Visa Received : 2018-05-18
US Entry :
Marriage :
Comments : Nairobi Kenya Embassy 🇰🇪🇺🇬
Steps from NOA2 to Interview.
After we received our NOA2 Date 02/28/2018 we waited 15days to receive Case Number, I called NVC on ‭+1 (603) 334-0700‬ Case was ready in Us Embassy Nairobi.
I called the Nairobi Embassy on ‭+254 20 5000006‬ they told me they’ll send my fiancé instructions soon.
On 03/28/2018
They email My Fiancé Instructions/Appointment letter! Remember to print out this letter and bring it with you at your medical appointment and interview appointment.
In this letter they instruct you to create account on there Embassy site:
To create account you must be ready with your case number, Passport number, Confirmation Number from Ds-160, visit this site after receiving your case number https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/ and have that Ds-160 Done! Email yourself the confirmation page, they’ll ask it on your visa interview, be ready with your passport photo on your computer. After you’re done with that go and create account on the Embassy site
https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-ke/iv/users/sign_in
K1 is considered as immigrant visa. Select option that say “I have received a letter from Consular section with instructions to register or schedule a K visa appointment” I was stuck on this page just because of selecting a wrong option. I called the embassy they corrected it.
This is the site you’ll pay your Visa Fees of 265$
Selected DHL office where you’ll pick your passport and Not To Open envelop after interview is done, Select DHL offices in Nairobi, don’t select a office that will take you 7 and more hours to get there.
Tips on this site, It took me 14days to get appointment with the Embassy, some take 30days. You can’t go ahead and pay visa fees when your haven’t got appointment date, Keep checking on this site every after 20 minutes(tips) the Embassy will open dates,once they open a date go ahead and selected that date they’ll email you straight away their payments method for the 265$ VISA fee ! You are given dates you should make in this payment. Be ready with money with you.
They use Post Bank and M-Pesa, I recommend M-Pesa,they Emailed me confirmation of my payment after 6hours.
After confirming your visa fees go ahead and select a date you wish to have your interview.
NEXT STEP
Book medical appointment with IOM, they’ll need your Appointment letter with dates of your interview.
https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/iv-dv-supplemental/NRB_Nairobi.pdf
Email them on :mrfnbommsc@iom.int
They’ll email you back as soon as possible.
Make sure you book your medical two weeks prior interview appointment, that’s if you have any medical issues, I didn’t want to stay that long in kenya waiting for interview, I booked one week prior interview appointment.

After getting all that done I got my documents ready https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/NRB_Nairobi.pdf and booked a bus to Nairobi.

I used Modern coaches, it took us 14 hours to arrive in Nairobi. Luckily enough a sat next to a Ugandan friend who was going for his medical appointment on the same dates as mine.
Make sure you book the bus that will depart at 7pm, it will arrive in Nairobi the next day in the morning,( who wants to arrive in the country you don’t know at night)lol At the Boarder i was asked for my Passport, Yellow fever book, where I was going and days I will spend there. The officer asked for my appointment letter with the Embassy just to confirm my information.
My medical appointment was for two days Monday and Tuesday, i booked on Saturday 7pm and arrived Sunday morning in Nairobi.
We got time that very day to find where IOM and the Embassy is so that the next Monday morning we are not stuck.
We boarded a Matatu(You call it Taxi in KLA) to Gigiri. It’s way cheaper than other means of transport in Nairobi.
Before departing for Nairobi make sure you have these apps on your smart phone.
UBER & TAXIFY.
Nairobi is a very big city you can get stuck with transportation, I used these apps whenever I was going for my appointment, it’s very Cheap.
With accommodations we stayed at Hotel Green Court latema Road Nairobi. It’s like 6km to Embassy and IOM. They provide free internet and breakfast in the morning. We didn’t get a chance to have their breakfast because we could leave early in the morning.
We stayed here for two days as my friend was departing Tuesday evening after his medical appointment, he has his Interview appointment for DV Lottery (Green card) on 22rd May.
Day 1

We arrived 5:30am for our Day1 medical appointment, went in at 6:00am they asked One passport photos, appointment letter with Embassy, appointment letter with IOM and your passport and a copy of your passport bio page. Be ready to discuss your medical issues with the doctors.
They took my blood & Urine samples, got X-Ray, you’ll be asked for if you have any medical issues and your immunization records! I only provided my Yellow fever book.
I was given receipts for payments. Their bank is at Market Street not far from IOM,Payment are done in USD and KSH only, better travel with your money exchanged.
Pay that money that very day and be back with receipts the next morning.
Day 2
It was pretty quick, started with giving my receipt to cashier. I was called by Doctors at 8am, they checked me, got my height measured.
I was given the a CD, The Doctor was very nice, He told me everything was fine that I’m one way step to America, with a Smiling face I said; Thank you sir.
Headed to get vaccines, got 3 shots after I waited for my medical certificate. I was told to move with the two whenever I travel to states. Checked in at 7:03am Checked out at 11:29am.

NOTE: IOM is supper busy, be in time many embassies have their medical here, I.e ENGLAND, AUSTRALIA, USA and other European countries. it’s so cold in the morning, they professionally do their work, they’re so helpful.
Children between the ages of 2 years to below 15 years will require a Tuberculin skin Test (TST) by Mantoux method (administered ONLY on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays) which will be read after 48 hours, i.e.  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Monday respectively - during the physical examination.
MEDICAL WAS SUCCESSFULLY DONE ✅

My Friend had to depart that day he couldn’t stay in kenya for long.
I had to find some cheap hotel since I was to stay in Nairobi.
I got Protea Guest House, Duruma Road near Coast Bus. 6km to Embassy and IOM. It’s way cheaper than the first one, I was able to save for the next days in Nairobi, They only provide Hot Water in shower..lol No Internet No Breakfast. I bought a Safaricom SIM card, Roaming is very expensive with MTN.
I liked here because I got to find Ugandans here and the Ugandan Restaurant with our local foods. Life was Fine.
I pushed for the next days, I could move around Nairobi. Got time to go to Maasai Market , Nairobi Safari walk, Central Park, Mamba Village, Uhuru Park. I made sure by 6pm am at Hotel. I advise not to move at night.

15th May 2018 was my Interview day
I walk up at 4:30am, Got my self ready and Prayed to be back at Hotel when I’m a winner..lol
By 5:00am i left Hotel, I requested for Taxify which arrived in 5 Minutes, Drove me to The Embassy, I arrived at exactly 5:25am. A few women where already here,I was the only man there at that time.
They came in as time went on, 6:00am we were told to make a line Of two, women and men. I was first of course..lol
They security men asked for My Appointment letter and Passport. I had many envelopes, he asked why I carried many of them, I told him I rather be prepared that being under prepared, he laughed..lol
I proceeded to the check in, you are told to get your belt of if your pants won’t go down..lol, your cd and switch off your phones, get all metallic objects plus coins in the plastic bracket given, make sure your passport is with you.
I was checked, they remained with my phone and X-Ray CD and gave me a card with number 26 to pick them after my interview.
I proceeded to the big building, Pressed the blue button on wall and pulled the heavy door as I got inside, the lady asked for my appointment letter, she gave me a number C402, A small paper to fill applicant contact information. She told me to wait outside to be called.
The security guard at the waiting area advise you to be attentive and listen to your number. He told us toilets are just next to the check in area and some are inside the big building. J/s lol
Be ready, Dress nicely this place is super cold in the morning.
•7:20am I was called to Window 8
The lady asked for my:-
1-Original Birthday Certificate and one Copy
2-Police Clearance
She asked if I have ever leaved in any other country more than 6 months, have I ever been to USA 🇺🇸
3-DS-160 confirmation page
4-Passport
5-Affidavit Of Support
6-Taxes, I gave her of 2017 & 2016
She asked what I Exactly do for a leaving in Uganda 🇺🇬
7-Two Passport Photos
8- She took my Finger prints Reft & Right hand 🤚🏾

She told me to wait outside.
•8:41am my Number C402 was called to window7.
I found there was a young black American lady in her late 20’s wearing Glasses.
With a smiling face; She Said Good Morning Isaac. She took my left hand finger prints.
She told me to raise my Right Hand 🤚🏾 and take a oath.
She started the interview
1-How we Meet and the Name of Site we Meet on.
She typed to see whether the site was existing
2-When did we meet in person, Dates
3-How Long we stayed together
4- She asked whether my fiancé has been married before, have I been married before, do I have kids, does she have kids.
5-Did my fiancé visit back again, I said No, she asked Why!
She was curious about the age gap. She said ; she’s older than you, “I Replied Yes!That’s just numbers”. She Smiled.
7-She Asked if I had any photos of my fiancé with my family, I got her those my fiancé visited my mom and Grandma and Uncles, She asked who are the people in the photos.
8- She asked when are we planning to get married. I gave her the date
9- She asked what My fiancé do for a leaving.
10- She asked whether my fiancé’s family leave near her.
11- She asked for our conversation with my fiancé, I got her the screenshots of our Conversation plus our IOM Video call screenshots
10- She asked for photos about our engagement, I gave her the all photos I had. She kept asking who are the people in the photos.

Eventually She pulled out a Green paper & a white book 📖 of information on the legal rights and Domestic violence in the USA.
She gave me A green paper, a white book and my Birth Certificate.
I was Excited I knew I was approved. She asked me whether I registered with DHL for my passport deliverance. I said Yes.
I asked if everything was OKAY, she said I’m good to go, She said in two days the DHL Office I selected will email me to pick my password with the NOT TO OPEN Envelope.
8:48am I was out ✅

I went outside, Organized my documents, and left the Embassy, i was so EXCITED, I picked my phone and X-Ray CD at the checkpoint.
Outside was a very long line of people getting in for their Interview, I was lucky I got their so early and everything was super first.
I text the good news to my fiancé!💍❤️ ..lol of course I had to.

NOT DONE YET!
Next step was to truck my case on: https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx?eQs=WwjqOlbeRYzCYubaSQI+RA==
-On 15th Interview day it was in READY
-On 16th From 8am-2pm It changed to APPLICATION RECEIVED.
The same day 16th from 2pm- it changed to ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS.
-On 17th 9:42am ISSUED 😄
At 4:02pm I received email from Embassy, stating they released document related to my Visa application to my courier DHL I selected.
At 8:12pm I received email, my application documents are ready to be picked up.
Today 18th/May/2018
At 11:13am I booked my bus ticket Route Nairobi to Kampala. Departure time6:30pm.
At 1:45pm I picked my Documents at DHL House, Nyayo Stadium Roundabout
Corner Lusaka rd and Witu Rd, Visa Stamped in Passport and sealed Envelop, I was told not to open, hand it to my POE in the USA.
SO EXCITED I HAVE EVERYTHING ON HAND.

I’m on board now headed home 🏡 Kampala Uganda 🇺🇬. I Pray For Safe Travels🙏🏾

🙏🏾God is Great 👍🏾

NOTE: Nairobi is supper cold, Be more prepared than being under prepared, No one would like delays.
Be patient your time will come, Be confident when answering these questions, Look into the CO’s eyes as they ask.
Get to know more about your fiancé and family.
Move with a Pen whenever you go, people tend to forget these cheap items.
And the most important thing PRAY. God will see you through this process.
I WANNA THANK EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN HELPFUL IN OUR VISA JOURNEY, THANK YOU SO MUCH 😊 WE WILL ALWAYS KEEP Y’ALL IN OUR HEARTS.

HOPE THIS WILL BE OF HELP TO THOSE WHO WILL HAVE THEIR APPOINTMENTS IN NAIROBI.

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE GOING THROUGH THIS PROCESS, THIS IS NOW BEHIND US.
I’m ready to help everyone going through this, because I also had help from the good people.
Thank you for reading through our visa journey. May God Bless you in yours.
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your I-129f was approved in 191 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 267 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.


Port of Entry Review
Event Date
Port of Entry : Washington DC
POE Date : 2018-06-08 Submit Review
Got EAD Stamp : No
Biometrics Taken : Yes
Harassment Level : 0
Comments : They only asked for my Envelope from Embassy.
Supper quick.


Adjustment of Status
Event Date
CIS Office : Indianapolis IN
Date Filed : 2018-09-14
NOA Date : 2018-09-20
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2018-10-09
AOS Transfer** :
Interview Date : 2018-12-20 Submit Review
Approval / Denial Date :
Approved : Yes
Got I551 Stamp : No
Greencard Received: 2018-12-28
Comments : Nice experience, pretty quick service and nice,kind Interviewer. We were interviewed together which made the all interview smart and pretty cool. Good luck to whoever going through the same process, you’ll get it if you trust God.


Employment Authorization Document
Event Date
CIS Office : Chicago National Office
Filing Method : Mail
Filing Instance : First
Date Filed : 2018-09-14
NOA Date : 2018-09-18
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2018-10-09
Approved Date : 2018-12-20
Date Card Received : 2018-12-28
Comments : My Green card represented all this.
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your EAD was approved in 97 days.


Advance Parole
Event Date
CIS Office : Chicago National Office
Filing Method :  
Filing Instance : First
Date Filed : 2018-09-14
NOA Date : 2018-09-18
RFE(s) :
Date Received : 2018-12-28
Comments : My green card represented all this.
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your AP was approved in 97 days.


Member Reviews:

Local US CIS Office Review: Indianapolis IN
Review Topic: cis_topic
Event Description
Review Date : December 29, 2018
Embassy Review : Pretty quick, approved on spot.
Harassment Level : Very Good


Timeline Comments: 39

Justine Acio on 2018-12-21 said:
Hey Isaac, am on the K 1 visa journey and just read your review, pretty cool gave me insight into what to expect . Am currently on day 2 of waiting for appointment to open up at Embassy so I can pay visa fee and get instructions from consulate. I guess I will be sitting by computer for the next days and hoping slots will open up. If I have any questions will ask. I guess for now it’s sit and wait. Cheers.
Trawicks on 2019-02-11 said:
Hey Justine, Congratulations on your interview, hope you had great experience! I’m happy my review was of help in your success, wish you luck in your wait to receive visa on hand and travels to the states. Cheers 🥂
Sike Team on 2019-04-11 said:
Hay man, your post was so good and well detailed, thanks for the support, it sure came in handy. Just want to know which vaccines did you get and at what cost. Thanks and peace.
Trawicks on 2019-04-11 said:
Hey Sike, I’m happy it’s of help in your journey, you’re welcome. I had shots of TD (Tetanus & Diphtheria), MMR (Measles’s,Mumps & Rubella) the all cost was around 235$. I would advise you to curry something like 330$ just Incase you’re told to pay more that I paid. Good luck
Trawicks on 2019-04-11 said:
Hey Sike, I’m happy it’s of help in your journey, you’re welcome. I had shots of TD (Tetanus & Diphtheria), MMR (Measles’s,Mumps & Rubella) the all cost was around 235$. I would advise you to curry something like 330$ just Incase you’re told to pay more that I paid. Good luck
Justine Acio on 2019-04-11 said:
Trawicks is right you never know what vaccinations you will be given. Did my medical in February and i paid 329 dollars. Had 4 vaccines Influenza, MMR, Varicella and Dultravax. Carry extra monies.
Sike Team on 2019-04-11 said:
Alright man, thanks. Getting vaccines from Kenya is so expensive, I’ll try to get them in Kampala at IHK as they suggested. I’ll only do the medical test from IOM.
Sike Team on 2019-04-17 said:
Hi, I need you to walk me through what you did when you received packet 3, we’ve received it today and we’re stuck coz it says to complete the ds-160 which I’ve done and I don’t know what’s next from there, I’ve signed up at the kenya website, chosen the dhl where to pick and I don’t know what next, do I need to pay first or get an appointment coz in the email it states I should schedule with immigrant visa unit then pay but the site shows payment then schedule. Thanks
Trawicks on 2019-04-18 said:
Hey Sike, I understand the step you’re on now, you can’t pay for visa fees when interviews are not available, keep checking until the Embassy make interviews available then you’ll be able to go to the next step that will be paying visa fees. Hope that’s helpful
Sike Team on 2019-04-18 said:
It shows you received your packet 3 on 2018/3/28, and you sent it on the same date? where, why and how did you send it back?
Trawicks on 2019-04-18 said:
Nairobi Embassy don’t have packet 3 no more!
Sike Team on 2019-04-19 said:
And at what time and day did you get an interview appointment, do they make them free in their off hours and days too.
Trawicks on 2019-04-19 said:
Weekly days, I got mine in the morning hours
Sike Team on 2019-04-19 said:
Thanks bro,
Sike Team on 2019-04-29 said:
Hey Trawicks, so today an appointment opened up and I clicked it and it took me to payment methods where I chose mpesa. They emailed me the payment steps and I’ve paid. So my question is, is the date that I selected that they made available today the interview date or I have to wait for payment confirmation to choose another day?
Justine Acio on 2019-04-29 said:
Once you recieve payment confirmation you will be able to choose from available dates on calendar.
Trawicks on 2019-04-29 said:
Hey Sike, That’s great news, I’m glad you’ve reached this far, back to your question, we’ll thats not the actual interview date, that was to inform you that dates are available, once they confirm your payments, you’ll be able to choose any date of your choice from the calendar. I would advise you to choose any day from Monday to Tuesday, their you’ll be able to receive your visa that same week and leave Nairobi. Man it’s expensive in Nairobi. Once you have a actual Interview appointment date the next step will be to book medical appointment with IOM. Check on my Maine comment for more information about booking medical appointment.
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
blank avatar Kajr on 2019-05-30 said:
hi Trawicks , i am at that stage were i need to book an appointment date . i have been checking daily from the 2nd of may when i received my packet but nothing . i even called embassy but nothing . i did my medicals i am currently in Nairobi and i am wondering whether i should just go home while i wait . my flight to ug is on the 4th and im getting tempted to push it abit just in case a date opens up. i am not incurring hotel fees so i guess its kawa. my fiance has family here. when is the best time to check coz i am so frustrated .
Justine Acio on 2019-05-30 said:
I waited 2 weeks before the calendar opened up and i got an appointment date. Usually 1st of any calendar month is a definate. Stick it out. You will soon get one. All the best.
Trawicks on 2019-05-31 said:
Hi, That’s all what we all went through, Nairobi Embassy is all about patience, you can’t jump one step to another. Which medical did you do without a Interview appointment? I’m pretty sure you first get appointment for interview then proceed to medical appointment. I think you rushed to travel to Nairobi without a Interview appointment. Keep checking on the site they will post dates, I’ve seen people waiting for two months and more, it all depends how busy the Embassy is. Good luck.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Sike Team on 2019-08-20 said:
Hi Trawicks, the email they sent you that your documents are released to dhl, do you remember how it was worded, and also the one dhl sent? Thanks.
Trawicks on 2019-08-21 said:
Yes I do remember, all in it is the trucking number for your documents. The DHL confirms that documents are ready for pickup.
Sike Team on 2020-02-12 said:
Hey trawicks, long time. Hope you’re well. I need to know something about your AOS interview. What kind of evidence did you go with and questions asked? Did you have your social security number by then.? What did you have that proved your relationship was bonifide and how long is your green card.
Trawicks on 2020-02-12 said:
Hi Sike, yes it’s been long. Well you shouldn’t worry about providing evidence at this early stage, they only require you enough evidence on removing conditions on your green card. Right now you only need prove that you’re married. With that being said. Be prepared to be asked about your relationship, how you met, what you’re preparing to do here. It’s much like the interview you had for k1. I was not separated with my with for the interview, some get separated. About the social security number, yes I had it by the time I applied for AOS. That’s one of the first things I did when I first got here before, some states require you to be with a valid passport and i90 for to apply for one. That’s all about it, so long as you know about your relationship you should be good. Like I said don’t worry about providing evidence, that’s all asked on condition removal. Good luck buddy 😊
Sike Team on 2020-02-13 said:
Sike Team on 2020-02-13 said:
Thanks for the response man. I’ve not yet received the social number and therefore can’t have anything done yet but if that’s all they’ll ask then am good. So they gave you a conditional green card?
Trawicks on 2020-02-13 said:
I have it, you can always apply ssn whenever you want it can’t stop you from starting your paperwork. Matter of fact you can apply it with AOS
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