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It has been a long journey, but finally it is over

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Thank you all for the helps over the years. This website helped us a great deal through out the process. We started in July 2013 with fiance visa, that was denied for no reasons (we gave them more than enough evidences). We did married in a third county and applied for CR-1 and finally visa was approved on May 13th. At this time I gave them box full of evidences till they get tired of reviewing it LOL, so when my husband went for interview he took more evidences, but the consulate told him that no no no we have enough don't give us no more and only asked him a couple of questions and told him he is proved.

my thoughts to you all is don't give up. I wish you all best of luck

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~~moved to progress reports from process and procedures~~

Congrats on the end of this stage of your journey.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Thank you all for the helps over the years. This website helped us a great deal through out the process. We started in July 2013 with fiance visa, that was denied for no reasons (we gave them more than enough evidences). We did married in a third county and applied for CR-1 and finally visa was approved on May 13th. At this time I gave them box full of evidences till they get tired of reviewing it LOL, so when my husband went for interview he took more evidences, but the consulate told him that no no no we have enough don't give us no more and only asked him a couple of questions and told him he is proved.

my thoughts to you all is don't give up. I wish you all best of luck

Congrats! Good luck on the rest of your journey.

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