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Topic: Affidavit of support!!!   Go to last post
Posted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 5:17:13 PM(UTC)
Hi Amazon and 'forum-ers'
thanks for your continued response. i appreciate it.

1. I became an LPR in Oct.2009. I was working in a foreign country and was not ready to quit my job as yet.

2. I entered the US 2x/yr until Oct. 2011 when i came in to stay.

3. I got my first job in May 2012 for which i filed my first tax return early this year.

Now i have to do the affidavit of support for my spouse. I have only one tax transcript. a part of the form requires information from the last 3 tax years!!!

What do you guys think? should i go ahead with the 2012 tax transcript?
I paid my taxes in the foreign country while i was there. should i use the information to file late "absentee" taxes before submitting the affidavit of support?

PLEASE HELLLLLLLPPPPP!!!!
Topic: Can i file affidavit of support if i now work outside the USA?   Go to last post
Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013 7:34:50 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: Promix Go to Quoted Post
Hi again guys,

so i am supposed to respond to the NVC and part of the requirements is that i fill out a form I-864 (affidavit of support).

My concern is that i resigned my job in the US in July because i got a better job in a another country. I have been working there for a month now. I filed my 2012 tax returns and plan to file for this year since i worked for 7 months.

Will i be eligible to fill the affidavit of support for my spouse? does anyone foresee any problems?

Thanks for your input, as always.[/quote




How do you define "temporarily" resident outside the United States?

The sponsor must satisfy the consular officer that he/she has not given up his/her permanent residence in the United States to establish a residence abroad; i.e. he or she has maintained his/her principal residence in the United States with the intent to maintain that residence for the foreseeable future. Lawful Permanent Residents must further demonstrate that they have maintained their legal permanent residence status. The decision will be on a case by case basis. The following is a list of the types of employment, which is considered meeting the definition of "domiciled" in the United States, if the sponsor has been temporarily working outside the United States. The list also covers a sponsor who is the spouse or son/daughter of a person employed abroad in one of the listed professions.

The list includes, but is not limited to employment by:

the U.S. government, including the U.S. Armed Forces;
an American Institution of research recognized as such by the Attorney General;
an American firm or corporation engaged in whole or in part in the development of foreign trade and commerce with the United States or a subsidiary thereof;
by a public international organization in which the U.S. participates by treaty or status; and
a person who is performing the ministerial or priestly functions of a religious denomination having a bona fide organization with the United States who is temporarily stationed abroad pursuant to that calling of is engaged solely as a missionary by a religious denomination or by an interdenominational mission organization having a bona fide organization within the United States and is stationed to that calling.
There may be other instances where the sponsor is temporarily residing outside the United States, for example, he or she may be studying or teaching. As stated, the defining factor is whether or not the individual is able to show that his or her residence outside the United States is clearly of a temporary nature and that he or she did not give up his/her residence in the United States to establish a residence abroad.

If you have any questions concerning this issue, please contact the Immigrant Visa Unit.
(Source:http://sweden.usembassy.gov/affidavit.html)

Does any body know of any similar situation? I work as a Tutor in a University. would that qualify me for the 'teaching category'?
Topic: Can i file affidavit of support if i now work outside the USA?   Go to last post
Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013 12:21:34 AM(UTC)
Hi again guys,

so i am supposed to respond to the NVC and part of the requirements is that i fill out a form I-864 (affidavit of support).

My concern is that i resigned my job in the US in July because i got a better job in a another country. I have been working there for a month now. I filed my 2012 tax returns and plan to file for this year since i worked for 7 months.

Will i be eligible to fill the affidavit of support for my spouse? does anyone foresee any problems?

Thanks for your input, as always.
Topic: Contacted by NVC. But not ready as yet!!!   Go to last post
Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 11:34:38 PM(UTC)
Hi guys,
NVC contacted me by email.I am supposed to make online payment for affidavit of support and confirm my spouse's address before the can further process my case and schedule my interview.

Problem is, my wife is due to leave my home country in a week and i dont want her to have to travel all the way back for her interview. When i contacted them, NVC requested for proof of her residence in the new country (permit for up to 6mths stay). I can only get that from immigrations when she arrives next week.

Im just a bit worried we might lose our 'current' status by the end of the month. our PD is Nov. 29, 2012.

Does anyone know roughly how long it takes for NVC to schedule an interview after you fulfill their requirements? What are the odds of our getting an interview date before this year runs out?

your input is much appreciated as always
Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 4:44:49 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: Ankit Go to Quoted Post
Promix, congrats for getting the I-130 approval so quickly. Do you mind sharing which USCIS service center processed your case ?


Thanks


California service center
Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013 2:48:52 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: FK Go to Quoted Post
really?
I guess thats good news for us then.
Did you ask for congressional help or expedite process? or just simply USCIS is working faster than usual?


Didnt know the word 'expedite' existed in this situation...lol

I think maybe its the immigration reform talk...
Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013 2:36:35 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: FK Go to Quoted Post
Thanks Promix

you must be a US citizen right?
I am a permanent resident, so I am assuming we re a little further back in the processing times...
I just hope USCIS will synchronize their pace with the VB, otherwise it makes no sense to keep it Current for F2A.

I am happy for you guys, hope you 2 can reunite soon.

FK






Nope. im still a permanent resident, hence my surprise at this early approval. I guess USCIS got a wake up call, or its just my wife's good fortune, as she put it.

Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013 2:11:07 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: Amazon Go to Quoted Post
You can call NVC and give them a change of address. You may have to hurry since her I-130 is approved and PD would be current, NVC would start setting up interview at her old address.



Thanks Amazon. You are doing an amazing job.

I called NVC and was told i would be informed when my case gets to them at which point i can make any changes to addresses. does that sound right? your thoughts please.
Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013 2:08:06 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: FK Go to Quoted Post
Hey Promix,

your F2A category and your PD was Nov 29. 2012 ?
And you got NoA2 yesterday, the approval from USCIS?

I just want to know because we my wife's PD is April 8th 2013, so we might have a chance if they keep up the great work at USCIS and work hard to move forward.

Please let me know. Thanks. Little hope is always good :)

Thanks and congrats!

Best of Luck to you!

FK



Yeah. its Nov. 29 2012. got married in October and filed in November. NoA2 was July 24th. Im guessing we are current already as statedBigGrin

Topic: Spouse relocating vis-a-vis current state of F2A   Go to last post
Posted: Thursday, July 25, 2013 5:18:38 PM(UTC)
BigGrin Hi guys, i was thrilled by the PD estimator and so decided to get on this very informative trainBigGrin

My wife's I-130 was approved yesterday. our priority date is Nov. 29, 2013, so im guessing we are current as we speak, or at least in the next couple of months.

The thing is, i just got a job in a neighboring country and have made plans for my wife to join me in October. I plan to keep entering the US every 5 months until my wife gets her visa.

My questions are these:

1. Can her interview be moved from my home country to her new location (when she does relocate)?

2. From your experience, before her interview? Home country is Nigeria.

3. Should we continue her travel plans or should we just wait and see. Personally I am sick of waking up aloneSad

Your responses will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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