I came to the U.S. a couple years ago on J1 visa through a foreign exchange student program that was sponsored by U.S. government.
Then I went back to my homecountry for summer after school ended and, at the end of summer, reentered U.S. on f1 student visa. Soon I got married.
It took almost 10 months to get all the paperwork apporoved as my husband petitioned but the i-485 is still on hold.
I was told by adjudications officer to apply for a waiver through uscis of my 2-year HRR. This is extremly important for me to get as it would b heartbreaking for me and my hubby to get separated.
I'm thinking of applying based on an extreme hardship. Since my husband is in the U.S. military, he is a part of government now, and it's in their interest to keep him here(otherwise he would go with me as he is feared of separation).
Next, we are trying to have a baby but after numerous tries, fail. This is realy heartbreaking. I am a part of community by having a job, going to college and involved in church activities.
My question is would all these facts be enough to convince INS based on a hardship waiver. I am contributing to this country more that i would back home. What would you recommend?
Besides, my waiver application is due feb. 15 (thats only 30 days to get everything together which is not enough)to uscis and i made an appointment to see them so i can hopefully get an extension of this due date. Has anyone been in the similar position before?
Please help, whether you had the same situation, are a lawyer or just know what to do.
Thank you all so very much!