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  • Aibolit
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    Try to go to the source: the agency that issued IAP-66. If that is unsuccessful, try to contact agencies that received IAP-66: INS/USCIS, US embassy, Dept. of State.

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  • tec_man
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    Here goes....

    My wife entered the US as J2 (from China). She then adjusted to F1 and went to school. While in school we met and she divorced J1. We have since married. We want to do the green card, but we are trying to resolve the J waiver. Problem is the IAP-66 forms can not be found. We wife is working on an H1B currently. The ex entered on 3 different IAP-66 forms, my wife on two of them. So far one company has been unable to find his file and cannot provide a copy. We are attempting to contact the other two, but it is not looking good.

    I am working with my congressman to try to find a way through this and they are talking with some contact at the J-waiver committee. The lawyer I have consulted said we can not do anything without the IAP's. We are getting nervous that the IAPs will not turn up.

    Anyone have any experience with something like this or can provide any help?
    Thanks

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  • tec_man
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    J waiver, complicated

    Here goes....

    My wife entered the US as J2 (from China). She then adjusted to F1 and went to school. While in school we met and she divorced J1. We have since married. We want to do the green card, but we are trying to resolve the J waiver. Problem is the IAP-66 forms can not be found. We wife is working on an H1B currently. The ex entered on 3 different IAP-66 forms, my wife on two of them. So far one company has been unable to find his file and cannot provide a copy. We are attempting to contact the other two, but it is not looking good.

    I am working with my congressman to try to find a way through this and they are talking with some contact at the J-waiver committee. The lawyer I have consulted said we can not do anything without the IAP's. We are getting nervous that the IAPs will not turn up.

    Anyone have any experience with something like this or can provide any help?
    Thanks
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