Hello everyone, Is changing from a job to a new job interfere with K-1 visa interview? My fiancée got a better job offer and she is considering taking the offer. But we kind of nervous/confused about it because our interview date would be set anytime soon. Does it matter how long she has been on employment or they only care about her have a job and that she can support me? Pls advice us.
Hello all, I am new on the forum and want to hear from experienced minds.
Hubby filed my i130 as LPR with PD 04/06/12 but just became USC on 06/07/13. He called VSC same day to upgrade and got the response pasted below. I would like to know if this particular sentence "Your case is now being processed" means that they are presently on my case and hopefully, should hear something soon. Has anyone got a similar mail and what's the status update:
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
VERMONT SERVICE CENTER
75 LOWER WELDEN STREET
SAINT ALBANS,VT 05479
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Emailed to ....
On 06/07/2013 you, or the designated representative shown below, contacted us about your case. Some of the key information given to us at that time was the following:
Caller indicated they are:
-- Applicant or Petitioner
-- Information not available
Beneficiary (if you filed for someone else):
Your USCIS Account Number (A-number):
Type of service requested:
-- Upgrade I-130
The status of this service request is:
Recently, you or your representative contacted USCIS concerning your Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, to notify us that you have naturalized and are requesting an upgrade in the status of your petition. Below is a summary of what we found and how the issue has been or may be resolved.
What Our Records Show
We have updated your relative petition to reflect that you are now a U.S. citizen. As a result, your petition has moved to a new visa category for an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen. This category does not have numerical restrictions, and a visa is immediately available from the U.S. Department of State.