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arrowK1 POE questions
July 25, 2014, 12:01 am Last comment by sweetswinks
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For those of you who have gone through immigrations for the K1 visa at any of the U.S. airports, we could use your help. We have the sealed packet, the visa, and her vaccination records ready to have in hand at her point of entrance. Is there anything else that we should prepare for when she enters the U.S.? 



 
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arrowApproved!!! Visa in Hand!!!
July 24, 2014, 11:57 pm Last comment by TBoneTX
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Last week, July 17th, my fiance was finally approved for her K1 visa in Lima. Today we went to DHL and picked up the packet and also bought a plane ticket for next week. A big thanks to all of you who have helped answer questions and help us get things ready for the interview. Those of you still waiting at any point of the process, you are always in our prayers and we hope things work out as fast as possible.



 
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arrowAcceptance stage - 3 months, April filer AOS.
July 21, 2014, 10:25 am Last comment by phnrprman
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We filed for AOS in April, and on April 18th our I-485 was place in "Acceptance." 

 

Since then we have received already the approved work permit, and travel permit card. 

 

Our I-485 remained in acceptance to this date, and has not been touched since April 21st. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I submitted a photo attachment, and have already created a service request with USCIS. 

We're trying to figure out if we are going to be chosen for an interview, or not considering it's month 3 with yet no word. 

 

Please share your similar experiences with this, and the outcomes. :)

 

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arrowObtaining Police Reports for a minor from Peru
July 18, 2014, 11:30 am Last comment by sskeels
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I need some advice.   The NVC issued an RFE for my minor daughter (aged 17) on July 10, 2014.  The NVC says it needs a police record which is called Certifcado de Antecedentes Policiales.  They claim that it is available for applicants aged 16 and older.   They also list the location in Lima Peru in which it can be obtained.   My wife has gone to this location multiple times and has been consistently told the same answer which is that you have to be 18 years or older to obtain this certificate.  I have also made an email inquiry to the U.S. embassy in Lima Peru asking what the Police Record requirements are for a 17 year old child that is going through the CR2 immigration process.  The embassy immigration unit emailed me a response which said no Police Reports are required nor are they available for a 17 year old child.   I have gone to the Department of State website for immigrant visa documentation requirements for police reports and it also says that No police reports are required for children under the age of 18.  I have talked to NVC reps on at least 3 occasions since the RFE has been issued attempting to logically discuss and ask them why they have issued this RFE when it seems to be clear from their own published instructions that I do not need this police report and that it is literally not obtainable.   Each time the NVC rep has said that the Department of State requirements do mandate this police report.   At this point the only thing I have done has been to mail documents to the NVC which includes the official position  of the Peruvian Government that they will not provide this particular police report on a person younger than 18.  I have also asked (today)  for a supervisor from the NVC to call me to discuss the RFE.

My case documents for my wife and my daughter have been in the hands of the NVC since early February 2014.  I am quite a bit frustrated as to what my next steps can be to resolve this issue.  I have filled out a form to be sent to my U.S. Senator to ask for assistance in this manner but have not faxed it to him yet.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I do not see any  comments from other U.S. Citizens that have Peruvian minor children that have commented on police report challenges when they are in the in CR2 immigration category.

 

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arrowCase Complete No Timeline Details?
July 18, 2014, 9:38 am Last comment by dwheels76
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Hey everyone, we just received our case complete notifcation and I am trying to get an accurate timeline depction here and I must be doing something wrong.

 

Anytime I go into the timeline search, there is no case complete option.

 

Also when I go to timelines for peru to try and sort them for IR1/CR1 and have them display the case complete column, even with advanced details, it's not even showing.

 

I would have to go into each members profile, then click on their timeline.  That is kinda messed up.

 

Isn't there a way/search for me to just see all of the times from case complete email to the time of interview?

 

If so, can someone please post a link with those results for Peru and CR1?

 

Thanks,

 

 



 
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