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  • ZabZub
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    With the tons of evidence i have, I have no problem proving that this marriage is for real...my only concern is proving to them that the last entry to US, there was no intention to stay. We were introduced by a mutual friend.
    We got married like 4 days after my arrival and even applied for a marriage license before that. Any tips/ suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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  • aguila18
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    How did you meet your husband? Did you ever seen personally before coming to the US on your last entrance with VWP?

    How long after you entered did you get married?

    I entered on visa waiver too and got married one month after of my expiration date, I remembered how the immigration officer went into her calendar to count the days to check, my mother came for my wedding and that was the turning point of the interview, because she saw it was a wedding for real...

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  • ZabZub
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    Aguila 18,

    Thats kinda my worry now..coz I got married while on VWP. I was invited by my husband and his family for a holiday in the US and that time I just got to know my hubby like only 2 weeks. I guess i better be modest and say...that they all liked me instantinously and my hubby proposed on the same day I arrived..."blush"

    I am just wondering if the fact that my parents did not go with me for the trip is a strong proof that that there was not intention of marriage..?

    ZabZub

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  • aguila18
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    It does not matter how many times he left and came back in VWP, if you mention what you just posted to me on the AOS interview he will be denied and removed from the US. If you guys decided to get married and knew each other before he entered the country for the last time you should have applied for some sort of K visa.

    Visa Waiver is for non-immigrant purposes, so it is very important to do not give to much information in the interview and when they ask him the purpose of his last trip just say visitor.

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  • stardust
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    Thanks. I have to move b/c my job is moving me a year from now. As to the VWP, he actually came left and came back on the VWP three times before we decided to get married. We actually weren't planning to get married, he was suppose to go back to Australia, but we were going to miss each other so much we just decided to get married b/c we couldn't stnad being apart.

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  • aguila18
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    Put his I-94W# where it ask for the I-94# it is the same thing.

    In regards to "in what status did you last enter in" Write Visa Waiver Program.

    As to the other question I guess "expired visitor" should be fine.

    Now, in the AOS interview the Immigration Officer will ask him with what intent did he entered the US, he must state that as a tourist. If he mentions that he knew you (if that is the case) and decided to come to the US to marry you, he will be deported in the spot and there is no appeal or anything because when some enteres on VWP it also waives his rights to appeal and appear in front of Immigration Judge.

    You should put your residential address, I would not suggest using a PO BOX at all, it might look fishy to them. Try do not move until the interview.

    Hope it helps!

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  • stardust
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    My husband is doing an Adjustment of Status from the Visa Waiver Program(I am a USC). His VWP I-94 has been expired for 6 months. On the I-485 it asks for his "current INS status" and "in what status did you last enter in". I have heard that from different sources that I should put down either "expired visitor", "visitor" or "visa waiver program". What should I put down for the answers? Should I mention the VWP or does it not matter?

    On the I-485 they ask for my husbands I-94 #, I have an I-94W# (on a little green card) from the VWP, is that the same thing?

    Lastly, we are moving around the state a lot, on the I-485 it asks for our address, it it ok if we put our address from Mailbox Etc. on the forms instead of our residential address? Do I have to note my residential address anywhere or will putting just my mailing address be ok?

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  • stardust
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    AOS from VWP

    My husband is doing an Adjustment of Status from the Visa Waiver Program(I am a USC). His VWP I-94 has been expired for 6 months. On the I-485 it asks for his "current INS status" and "in what status did you last enter in". I have heard that from different sources that I should put down either "expired visitor", "visitor" or "visa waiver program". What should I put down for the answers? Should I mention the VWP or does it not matter?

    On the I-485 they ask for my husbands I-94 #, I have an I-94W# (on a little green card) from the VWP, is that the same thing?

    Lastly, we are moving around the state a lot, on the I-485 it asks for our address, it it ok if we put our address from Mailbox Etc. on the forms instead of our residential address? Do I have to note my residential address anywhere or will putting just my mailing address be ok?
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