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Filing I-129f & this other one for notification by E-mail. ...Getting NOA1 - then some day NOA 2 (the time you should gather all documents which are needed for your fiances country) - NVC - calling - getting the Case-Number.

Now you've to deal with the embassy of your fiances country: At NVC - Transit - Ready.

Your fiance or you will get Package 3 -- all documents who u have gathered meanwhile need to be sent now to the embassy (including DS-160 & paid fee).

Then most likely getting a Mail that you can schedule a Interview appointment. Before the appointment make sure to attend the medical.

Then showing up at the Interview & hopefully getting the result: approval.

Thats it =)


Our Story

I'm the benificary

First met: August 23rd 2013 (F)
Engaged: November 13th 2014 :wub:
I-129f sent: March 20th 2015
Received by USICS: March 25th 2015
Mail notification + Case accepted and routed to CSC:
March 27th 2015

NOA1 hard Copy received: April 4th 2015 :dancing:

Mail notification - Petition Approved NOA2: May 8th 2015

B-) NOA2 hard Copy received: May 15th 2015 :thumbs::dance:

Called NVC & Received Case NR: May 29th 2015 :thumbs:

At NVC: Since 21th May 2015

Stuck at AP :clock:

left NVC/ In Transit to Frankfurt: 3rd June 2015 :dancing:

Ready at Embassy Frankfurt: 5th June 2015 :wow:

Packet 3 received: 11th June 2015

DS-160 Submitted: 16th June 2015

Fee paid: 18th June 2015

Package 3 sent: 13th July 2015

Ready to schedule Interview: 16th July 2015
Medical passed: 21st July 2015

Interview: 5th August 2015 :star: -> Approved

POE: 27th August 2015

Date of Marriage: 3rd September 2015 (L):luv:

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Filing I-129f & this other one for notification by E-mail. ...Getting NOA1 - then some day NOA 2 (the time you should gather all documents which are needed for your fiances country) - NVC - calling - getting the Case-Number.

Now you've to deal with the embassy of your fiances country: At NVC - Transit - Ready.

Your fiance or you will get Package 3 -- all documents who u have gathered meanwhile need to be sent now to the embassy (including DS-160 & paid fee).

Then most likely getting a Mail that you can schedule a Interview appointment. Before the appointment make sure to attend the medical.

Then showing up at the Interview & hopefully getting the result: approval.

Thats it =)

Thanks for the info but we are already at the point where we are scheduled and awaiting the medical. I am specifically interested in how the medical process goes and what to expect.

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I went for my medical in 2012 couple days before the interview. I reported to the International Organization for Migration, brought all the docs required. After I paid the fee, they directed me to one of the hospitals where the actual exam took place. At hospital they took my blood, did the X-ray and then physical.Totally maybe couple of hours. In the end they gave me the sealed yellow package with the results of my medical which I brought to the interview unopened. And that's about it. Very simple, hassle free. Good luck!


K1 Visa

I-129F Sent : 2012-02-03
US Entry : 2012-11-01


Adjustment of Status

I-485 sent : 2012-11-14
Interview : 2013-05-21

GC received: 2013-06-13

Removing conditions

I-751 Sent: 2015-03-02

Approval: 2015-12-11

GC received: 2015-12-21

Citizenship

N-400 sent: 2016-03-21

Interview: 2016-08-08

Oath: 2016-08-17

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I went for my medical in 2012 couple days before the interview. I reported to the International Organization for Migration, brought all the docs required. After I paid the fee, they directed me to one of the hospitals where the actual exam took place. At hospital they took my blood, did the X-ray and then physical.Totally maybe couple of hours. In the end they gave me the sealed yellow package with the results of my medical which I brought to the interview unopened. And that's about it. Very simple, hassle free. Good luck!

Thank you very much for the info!!

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I went for my medical in 2012 couple days before the interview. I reported to the International Organization for Migration, brought all the docs required.

Same here, only I did it right the day before interview. As I recall, to get results the same day you have to show up for medical exam earlier in the day (I can't remember specific deadline), but if you show up later, your results will not be ready until the next day.

I also had to go there 3 times the same day, first time to the office in the early morning to pay fee and get forms, then to the clinic after that to get the exam done (it was very different address, away from the office), and then in the late afternoon another visit to the clinic to get sealed envelope. So I had to figure out commute in Moscow to get here and there all day.

- Victor from Russia


Our timlines K1 visa - Citizenship (06.28.2011 - 08.01.2016)

K1 Visa Timeline (06.28.2011 - 04.07.2012)

  • 06-28-2011: I-129F sent to Dallas
  • 07-05-2011: NOA1 (CSC)
  • 01-05-2012: NOA2 (184 days since NOA1)
  • 01-13-2012: NVC passed
  • 01-19-2012: Embassy received our case
  • 02-14-2012: Interview PASSED! :D K-1 Visa Approved! :D
  • 03-08-2012: POE
  • 04-07-2012: Wedding!

AOS/EAD Timeline (04.26.2012 - 12.13.2012)

  • 04-26-2012: I-485 and I-765 sent to Chicago Lockbox
  • 05-02-2012: NOA1 (both I-485 and I-765)
  • 05-23-2012: Biometrics taken
  • 07-02-2012: Employment Authorization Issued (07-09-2012 - received in the mail)
  • 12-03-2012: Made Service Request for I-485, because case is beyond processing time
  • 12-07-2012: I-485 APPROVED! 219 days since NOA1. No interview/RFE
  • 12-13-2012: GreenCard in the mailbox, done with AOS!

Lifting of conditions Timeline (09.04.2014 - 01.14.2015)

  • 09-04-2014: I-751 sent to CSC
  • 09-08-2014: NOA1
  • 11-10-2014: Biometrics taken
  • 01-07-2015: Approved! Only 122 days since NOA1. No interview/RFE
  • 01-14-2015: GreenCard in the mailbox

Citizenship Timeline (09.03.2015 - 01.08.2016)

- 09-03-2015: N-400 sent to Phoenix

- 09-10-2015: NOA1

- 10-08-2015: Biometrics taken

- 10-28-2015: Case is in line for an interview

- 11-02-2015: Letter with Naturalization Interview Appointment

- 12-07-2015: Interview passed

- 01-08-2016: Naturalization Oath Ceremony, I'm a US citizen now!

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My wife had her medical two days before the interview. We went back the next day to get the results for the interview scheduled for the following day. We stayed in an apartment near the U.S. Consulate, and the medical facility was nearby, so everything was within walking distance.

Good Luck!


Visa Received : 2014-04-04 (K1 - see timeline for details)

US Entry : 2014-09-12

POE: Detroit

Marriage : 2014-09-27

I-765 Approved: 2015-01-09

I-485 Interview: 2015-03-11

I-485 Approved: 2015-03-13

Green Card Received: 2015-03-24 Yeah!!!

I-751 ROC Submitted: 2016-12-20

I-751 NOA Received:  2016-12-29

I-751 Biometrics Appt.:  2017-01-26

I-751 Interview:  2018-04-10

I-751 Approved:  2018-05-04

N400 Filed:  2018-01-13

N400 Biometrics:  2018-02-22

N400 Interview:  2018-04-10

N400 Approved:  2018-04-10

Oath Ceremony:  2018-06-11 - DONE!!!!!!!

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My wife had her medical two days before the interview. We went back the next day to get the results for the interview scheduled for the following day. We stayed in an apartment near the U.S. Consulate, and the medical facility was nearby, so everything was within walking distance.

Good Luck!

Thank you!!!

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Thank you!!!

Don't forget to request the Ds-3025 form. You'll need that for the CS for AOS.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

As of Dec 7, 2009, now Zero miles apart (literally)!

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Same here, only I did it right the day before interview. As I recall, to get results the same day you have to show up for medical exam earlier in the day (I can't remember specific deadline), but if you show up later, your results will not be ready until the next day.

I also had to go there 3 times the same day, first time to the office in the early morning to pay fee and get forms, then to the clinic after that to get the exam done (it was very different address, away from the office), and then in the late afternoon another visit to the clinic to get sealed envelope. So I had to figure out commute in Moscow to get here and there all day.

- Victor from Russia

I had a very similar experience. The only thing is that I didn't go very far away from the clinic while I was waiting for the results. I actually met up with a girl who was going through the same process, and we did the medical together, and then just hung around the area together waiting for the results.


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