I'm not sure what you mean. They asked for a copy of his CV (Curriculum Vitae) ? A standard CV has one section for work experience and another for education. Put the masters degree in the education section with the name of the school and date of graduation, and put the work in the work...
They asked me to come visit the office and sign an authorization form so that we can contact Citizenship and Immigration to enquire into your wife’s application status. However, by then, we had received the card so I told them it wasn't necessary.
When you apply for US visa, they want to see an itinerary - it doesn't actually have to be booked. Go to expedia or whatever, create an itinerary forthe approximate time you plan to travel and print it off as your expected travel. I wouldn't even bother showing them your currently booked travel...
Despite for some reason being unable to check status online, we called in today and were told that the card was mailed June 4. Hopefully this means whatever delay had been occurring recently has been resolved and timelines will speed back up.
Maybe the best is to do a Case Specific Enquiry. You can do that online by filling in this form:
It's most likely they haven't started processing the application. Have you checked the status online here:
It depends how frequently they update it. Recently, they have not been updating very regularly - many people have their update sitting in "Decision Made" for over a month at the moment (self included).
You'll have to file US taxes regardless as you know.
For Canadian taxes, you will be required to file taxes if you spend more than 183 days of the year living in Canada, and your worldwide income is taxable. You'll receive a foreign tax credit for whatever taxes you pay in the USA.
Sorry, I misunderstood based on your post saying his passport was expired.
This link might help:
but unless this travel is of life or death importance, I wouldn't take the chance.