Report of Marriage – Part II (via Outreach Program)

Since our Report of Marriage via mail to Los Angeles was rejected, here’s the Part II of filing our Report of Marriage to the Philippine Consulate. By this time is via the Outreach Program in San Diego California. [Related Post: Report of Marriage to the Consulate- Part 1 (via mail)] Again it is important to report our…

Permanent Resident Green Card + Rights and Responsibilities

Yay! Finally! A week after our AOS Interview, we already received our much awaited 2 years conditional Permanent Resident cards or known as Green Card! This is a proof that our I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust of Status has been APPROVED!     • AOS Interview Date: May 12, 2015     • Green Card Arrived:…

Our AOS Interview Experience

AOS Interview Date: May 12, 2015 Venue: San Diego California Status: Approved! One thing I realized about this AOS Interview is that — Marriage is not enough to prove that the relationship is real and genuine. Unlike other couples who easily undergone their AOS Interview, ours didn’t went well that easy. This interview is the USCIS Officer’s opportunity to get…

Having another Medical Examination Form I-693

As part of AOS application here in US, one of the “optional” requirement is the medical examination  (Form I-693) from the civil surgeon accredited by the USCIS. During our submission of Adjustment of Status and Combo card (EAD/AP) application last Dec 2014 together with my K2 dependent, we DO NOT see a civil surgeon because…