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Priority date
1:36 pm

mrshill

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I petioned my mom. I got a letter today and don t understand what it means. It talks about her priority date and how she s in queue for an interview. Can someone tell me what the priority date means ?

Preference Category: IR5

Priority Date: 15-NOV-16

this is qhat it says

The National Visa Center (NVC) received all the requested documentation for this immigrant visa case. The applicant is now in the queue awaiting an interview appointment overseas, where a consular officer will adjudicate the applicant s visa application.

NVC schedules appointments one month in advance. The U.S. Embassy tells us what dates they are holding interviews, and NVC fills these appointments as they become documentarily qualified. Most appointments are set within three months of NVC s receipt of all requested documentation. However, before applicants in a numerically limited (preference) visa category can receive an appointment, their priority date must also be current. This can delay receipt of an appointment. You can track your priority date using the Visa Bulletin on travel.state.gov.

When an appointment is available, we will notify the applicant, petitioner and attorney (if applicable). The applicant can prepare now by reading about the embassy s interview requirements online at nvc.state.gov/interview. Thank you for your patience.



 
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Can't send fiance forms through mail ??
1:31 am

Sidman24



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It will be a couple months before we start the petition ( we want to wait until she finishes college ) ... however we want to be prepared when we get ready to start the process.

She lives in Venezuela and it is very hard to send mail there. I sent her a package last June and she did not receive it until late September. Will I be able to email / scan all the necessary forms to her or do they have to be in original form? I know some forms like the i-134 must be signed, so would I print it out, sign it, then scan it to her? I just don't think sending her the documents through the mail will be a reliable option.

Anyone had experience with this? I tried to research about it but came up empty handed.

Thank you!



 
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Receiving the K1 visa
12:00 am

AbeDaBabe01

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At the interview my fianc was told that her visa was approved, amd that they would be contacting her with a number to present to DHL via the website that the embassy works with so that she could receive her visa and packet including passport.... she has not recieved any number and I was wondering on the possibilities of why she has not been able to recieve it....



 
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What if my embassy closes? Venezuela
3:52 pm

Sidman24



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Hello everyone!

As many of you may know the situation in Venezuela is getting worse every day. The relations with the Trump administration and Venezuela are also deteriorating quickly. I was wondering what would happen if the embassy in Caracas ( Venezuela ) would close for some reason? Is there still a way to complete the K1 process? I have a feeling Venezuela could go down the same path Cuba is going in terms or relations with the United States. I'm not sure if the embassy in Cuba is processing immigrants visas, and I don't want Venezuela to get to that point. Does anyone have thoughts or opinions on this subject? We will plan to file for the K1 early next year after she visits in December.

Thank you everyone!



 
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Reentry after traveling abroad - Green Card with prior arrests
5:37 pm

ElGuapo88

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Hello. I finally received my green card after a 9 month process. Having been out of status for years, I am looking forward to finally traveling out of the country. However, I have been seeing that people have had issues coming back into the country due to prior arrests. I don't understand why this would be an issue if the arrests happened prior to receiving the green card. You would think that if you were able to qualify for the green card, you would have no problems coming back in. However, there have been people held for questioning, and even sent to deferred inspection where you run the risk of losing your green card. Has anyone had any experiences with this? The arrests were not crimes of moral turpitude, and did not affect me receiving my green card in any way.



 
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