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Jamie H

Approval Notice expiring before our interview, what now?

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Here is my situation, my fiancé and I received our NOA2, with the approval notice from 4/07/15-08/06/15. Various circumstances have ensued and there is no way we will be able to have our visa in hand by this date, we don't have his background check or medical yet, so of course not the interview. When I contacted USCIS, they said that he would need to contact the US consulate to petition for an extension (he's in the UK), or else we will have to start all over. I was wondering if this has happened to anyone else before, if anyone can offer any advice!

Much appreciated,

Jamie

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Hi, don't worry , you both just need to send statement to embassy that you still wan't to carry on and get married.. I had same situation.. they give you a year from the date embassy send letter with approval.. You can write US embassy to, they are very helpful

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