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  2. My husband had his medical completed today. His visa interview is the 1st of November. I am so excited but the nerves are starting to set in. I hope everyone else's process is moving along. Good luck to all!
  3. We had our interview on Oct. 15, 2019 schedule for 12pm at 9th Floor room 901 (Queens Office), we live in the Bronx. Let me try to give a clear description as to what took place. The interview was schedule for 12PM and we got there 11:32AM. this is the time stamp on the que # we got. In the waiting area there was about 10 families so it was not crowded or seem busy. We sat patiently waiting to hear our number call. We heard numbers before and after ours called and NOT our number. At about 12:15 i went and ask the lady if they had pass our number, she told me no and the numbers are not in order as each case goes to a specific officer. We continue waiting and watch people come and come at about 1PM, my wife (USC) was concern as much as i am so she said she will go ask. She and the lady and was told the same thing. We continue to wait and to be honest i was getting annoy as i have been ready forums for months and never say anyone waited this long. The lady at the front desk took a break about 1:30PM so my wife said she will ask the man that replace her. The man ash her for my Alien number to check if i am still in que. I went and gave him the number and he check with a look on his face like"really". He told me i was still in que and the officer who has my case is backed up. At that point i did not feel good about the entire thing as i could sense its someone the guy was not fond of base on his expressions. We continue waiting and it now 2PM and no one called our number. At about 2:15PM our name was finally called. The officer hold the door and told us to follow him. When we got to the office he had us raise our right hand and swear to be honest, then told us to be seated. I was told to sit in front of him and my wife to the side. He as for all our original ID, Passport, SS and Marriage Cert. I placed them all on his desk and he look though the docs for a while, then he and my wife to state her full name, date of birth and country of birth. My wife did and then he asked me to state the same. He ask my wife how we meet, she was explaining while laughing at the story and i tried to correct her with a part of it. I was told by the officer he just want to her from my wife and i will get my turn to answer shortly. After my wife explanation he asked me the same question. He then ask my wife is she meet parents, with who did i live before us and who supported me and what kind of work they do. He then took up a copy of my I-485 and started to check off the information with a red ink pen. He asked my wife what do i do job wise. He then ask me the name of my company and wrote it on the application. Then he got to the "Yes and NO" questions and started to ask me the questions. He ask me about 10 questions in a row and i said not to all, he then pass half way in the 11th question and i say "NO'. He said, why did you say no i am not finish asking the question. I said i though you finish, he said what did i say. I then repeated the entire question and he said OK, let me ask again. I knew that was just his test to see if i was actually being attentive to the questions. He then took my picture, did my finger print and ask for all joined document. He then printed out a paper said the case will be review and they have 120 days to do that, so they will contact us by letter and we are free to do. He printed out a paper and told us they have 120 days to review and get back to us, then told us we are free to go.
  4. Arrived from Frankfurt to DC last night - no issues whatsoever.
  5. LIN case here - did my biometrics today as well. Let's see how long it takes now
  6. You seem extremely desperate to stay in the US. Marrying someone for the purposes of remaining in the US would be frau
  7. Reread the part that says, Section 233, states "It shall be the policy......."
  8. Include a copy of the K-1 I-864 with the K-2 I-485: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k2-visa-adjustment-of-status-tips/ An example of the optional cover letters: https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/719721-aos-packet-question/?do=findComment&comment=9880776
  9. Congrats Congrats Promenad! What date in July 2018 did you file and where in the region are you based (Eastside or Seattle)?
  10. I think he's an a## but I do like the positive effect on my TSP. I have no problem separating the two things. President Trump's immigration policies are very similar to President Obama's but I don't remember the media uproar or ICE workers ducking protest blood back then....
  11. Fortunately, you do not have a US immigration problem. Easy peasy to travel and return with AP. Easy peasy to get a CRBA and US passport for your child. The biggest potential problem is how you will pay for delivery in Canada. Your US health insurance may not cover the delivery in Canada. You may not be entitled to government healthcare in Canada since you no longer reside there. If you deliver in Canada, you may have to pay for it out of your own pockets.
  12. I have to wonder how quick a judge would slap it down if some conservative town banned travel to states that they disagreed with their political beliefs. I understand its city business etc trips https://www.foxnews.com/politics/san-francisco-puts-22-states-on-blacklist-for-restrictive-abortion-laws
  13. When I had a combo I went in with my spouse, ya. If your I-751 is pending you ought to bring your spouse along.
  14. When you use USPS, aren't you supposed to use the following address : USCIS P.O. Box 660151 Dallas, TX 75266 And when it is some other courier then: USCIS Attn: I-129F 2501 South State Highway 121 Business Suite 400 Lewisville, TX 75067 ? I thought it worked that way. Since your document appears as delivered, it looks like the only one that coud help now is UCSIS. Try to contact them at the email payxibka suggested.
  15. Yes K-2 must have their own interview scheduled, along with all required documents. All the same as the K-1 (exception for a few age related documents) You can stay with your fiancee through the complete process, you maybe be asked to sit down for the actual interview this varies with the CO. I was allowed to be up at the window.
  16. No problem. Make sure she comes back within 6 months.
  17. Thank you 🙏 I know it’s just a beginning but I’m beyond excited..
  18. I don't think a law inked and passed by the 107th US Congress can be construed as a simple policy. And as it is read, FOREIGN RELATIONS AUTHORIZATION ACT, FISCAL YEAR 2003 Section 233 Processing of Visa Application very explicitly. One cannot argue that administrative processing is not part of the visa application process as it is undertaken only after an intending immigrant lodge an application for the visa and before decision making hence it is part of "processing".
  19. For those fortunate enough to have been scheduled an I485 interview at their local office, how long did the letter containing the date take to arrive? My interview was scheduled on Tuesday 15th October, so tomorrow it will be a week. Still no letter and I really want to know the date and start preparing.
  20. Oh my goodness, In processing time site they say 6.5 to 8.5 months so I guess you will hear from them soon.
  21. Hi everyone, My wife needs to go back to Colombia for what might be an extensive oral surgery procedure and would prefer to not lock herself into a return date until she is healed, possibly staying there a couple of months with family. She is a valid IR-1 Green card holder with several years left before expiration. Any problem in buying a one way ticket for now so she doesn't commit herself to a premature return? Tx!!
  22. Hello everyone my question is how would the USCIS notify me about everything like approval is it through the email or a letter sent to me?

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