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VisaApproved #YuriBruce Livestream (4/10)

10 April broadcast visa approved

Yuri and I did a live stream directly on the Visa Approved group (April 4, 2017). We addressed questions live and talked to our community.

We love to do this and we are thankful to be apart of your process.
Thank you #VisaApprovers,#VAbabies

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Judicial Branch Bans Presidential Trumps Visa Ban 2

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4 feb, 2017, The Visa ban on 7 countries has been temporarily suspended.

The Judicial branch of the government just banned President Trump’s ban… but will President Trump ban the ban that banned his ban!

On 27 Jan, 2017 Present Trump signed Executive Order “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals”. (Executive Order 13769)  Which banned immigrant and nonimmigrant visa for citizens of 7 different countries (Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Libya).  

This affected student, family, fiance, special visas from citizens of these countries.  Initially, it even affected green card holders from those countries but President Trump just made a revision

On February 1, White House Counsel Don McGahn issued a memorandum to the heads of State, Justice, and Homeland Security departments clarifying that the ban provisions of the executive order do not apply to lawful permanent residents

On February 2, a federal judge in Detroit ruled that the order not be applied to permanent residents nationwide and permanently, given the White House’s prior declaration that the order did not apply to permanent residents, in the case Arab-American Civil Rights League v. Trump.

On February 3, Federal Judge Robart removed the ban on immigrants/nonimmigrants and refugees from those 7 countries with a temporary restraining order.  Visa holders and refugees going through the process or on there way to the US are being allowed in by the Department of Homeland Security.  The State Department and their Embassies in those 7 countries are now processing visas again.   

On February 3, U.S. District Judge James L. Robart on Friday entered a temporary but nationwide stop to the order, saying he concluded the court “must intervene to fulfill its constitutional role in our tripart government.”

DHS has suspended any and all actions implementing the affected sections of the Executive Order entitled, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.”


“We have reversed the provisional revocation of visas,” the State Department official said in a statement. “Those individuals with visas that were not physically canceled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid.”

Thank you for great conversations.  We don’t always agree but its really cool to talk to people that think and research instead of believing what fits their narrative the cool thing is that some of their logic and facts made me really think about my own positions on this issue and that is why its good to talk.




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Jan 2017 Executive Order on Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals

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27 January 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order on Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals. This executive order does the following:

Bans entry from seven majority-Muslim countries – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen – for 90 days.

Prioritizes refugee claims on the basis of religious persecution

Lowered the total of 2017 refugees from anywhere to 50,000, down from 110,000

Suspends the Syrian refugee program indefinitely.



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Green card process I Adjustment of Status detailed walkthrough

Green Card Walkthrough

Yuri does a walkthrough of the Green Card process. She got her green card after doing the adjustment of status (i485). This walkthrough covers everything that you need to know if you are a K1 fiance visa going to the Green card.

Good luck to you.

Form I 485 how to fill out :

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Form i131:

Green card through marriage interview:

For additional green card info:

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USCIS Increase fees Adjusting Immigration Benefit Application and Petition Fees (k1 green card)

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#USCIS has increased the fees for US petitions.

“The new fees will be effective Dec. 23. USCIS is almost entirely funded by the fees paid by applicants and petitioners for immigration benefits. The law requires USCIS to conduct fee reviews every two years to determine the funding levels necessary to administer the nation’s immigration laws, process benefit requests and provide the infrastructure needed to support those activities.

Fees will increase for the first time in six years, by a weighted average of 21 percent for most applications and petitions. This increase is necessary to recover the full cost of services provided by USCIS. These include the costs associated with fraud detection and national security, customer service and case processing, and providing services without charge to refugee and asylum applicants and to other customers eligible for fee waivers or exemptions.”

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I–129F Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) NEW fees: 535 USD OLD: 340
I-130 Petition for Alien Relative NEW fees: 535 USD OLD: 420
I–485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status NEW fees: 1,140 OLD: 985
N–600/N–600K Application for Certificate of Citizenship
NEW fees: 1,170 OLD: 600/550
Biometric Services Fee SAME FEE: 85


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How to acquire 10 Year Green Card i751 Removal of Conditions


If you come to the US on a NON-immigrant (k1) visa you may have the option to stay longer with a i485. If you plan on staying in the US (legally) for longer than your visa allows you will have to do a form I-485, adjustment of status.

Form I-485 is for people in the United States to apply to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to adjust to permanent residence status or register for permanent residence (also known as Green Card).

If you came here on a k1 visa, the green card the USCIS gives you will be a conditional 2 year green card. After 2 years you actually have to file an i751 to remove those conditions.

The i751 is a petition to remove the conditions of the 2 year green card which will make it a 10 year green card. It is “for a conditional resident who obtained status through marriage to apply to remove the conditions on his or her residence. requires evidence”. This document requires lots of evidence to show that you were in a real marriage.

Over the years we have been collecting that evidence. So far what we have is:
– Travel documents (itinerary, tickets, photos with landmarks, receipts)
– tax documents filing joint
– bills with both of our names
– health insurance (with both names)
– car insurance (with both names)

These documents show that we live in the same place for years and have joint interests together.

for more on the i751, check out this site


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Domestic Violence on K1 visa – Why You Should NOT Abuse Your Spouse

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Unfortunately, we still get messages from abused spouses who have immigrated here expecting a better life.

As an American, I find this very shameful. It is a shame that some American men are so arrogant that they feel they have they can take someone else’s rights to life, liberty and happiness.

It blows my mind the someone would spend 1000s of dollars to sponsor a foreign spouse/fiance here just to risk being charged with a crime or put in jail.

We hope that this will give some insight to couples out there on why abuse is a bad idea. We want foreign spouses to know their rights and US petitioners to know that they could lose a lot from doing this.


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Will it affect my green card if I dont submit my ROM Report of Marriage ? For Ph only Tagalog

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This video is in tagalog. Filipinos need to submit report of marriage in the Philippines in order to change their status there for purposes such as renewing your Philippine passport and requesting for a copy of marriage license.
Ginawa ko ang video na ito dahil marami na mga pilipino na gustomg malaman kong maapektuhan ba ang kanilang green card kung hindi makapasa ng ROM. Hindi po maaapektuhan ang iyong green card kung hindi ka mag submit ng ROM. Ibang proseso po iyon. Pero kung makapag desisyon ka man na mag submit at kung sakaling makipag diborsyo ka sa pilipinas, pupwede mo paring baguhin ang iyong record sa pamamagitan ng pag report sa Philippine consulate dito sa Amerika.

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Tourist visa to I485 Green card Adjustment of Status

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Since we started putting videos out about our process of nonimmigrant (k1) visa to conditional green card, we have been getting questions about other nonimmigrant visas applying for the conditional green card.
Our friend from Mexico is married to an American citizen.  She came to the US on a tourist visa to visit her husband and their child.  The American father also got to see his step daughter during the visit.  While on the tourist visa, they apply for a green card.  The filled out the following forms:
form i-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
childs medical records/vaccines
Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative (for children of alien fiance)
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Gregor enters the United States as a tourist, marries Eileen (a U.S. citizen) three months later, and they apply for his green card in New York. At the green card interview the officer asks, “What was your intention when you entered the United States?” Gregor says, “Our relationship was going very well long-distance, so I decided to travel to the United States to see Eileen in person. Frankly, it was also time for a vacation. A few weeks after I arrived, we realized we were really and truly in love. And when that feeling didn’t wear off, we decided to marry.” This answer has promise. Even if this couple was contemplating marriage before Gregor arrived, his candid answer, plus the fact that they waited over two months to get married, makes clear that Gregor did not just use the tourist visa to get around the U.S. immigration laws.

The problem with using a tourist visa for U.S. entry is that if your U.S. fiancé or spouse is a permanent resident (not a US Citizen), you will (due to annual limits on visa allotments) likely have to wait for years until you are eligible for permanent residence or a green card. That means that if you come to the United States as a tourist and your visa runs out, you will be here illegally for all of those years of waiting, and you run the risk of being deported.

  • Expired tourist visa can still apply for conditional green card.  But you risk getting deported while waiting for a green card.
  • Intent seems to matter with the tourist visa.  If the intent of getting the tourist visa was to get a green card this is bad, but if the intent of getting the tourist visa was to NOT violate the visa, but something happened that changed the intent, then this is legal.
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