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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I don't see many people on here petitioning there future Husband or Wife from Mexico, I have just sent my petition in for Miriam and I know it is there, does it take longer if you are from certain Countrys than others?

I was told about 3-4 Months, she already had a B1/B2 Visa, maybe that helps too, looking at some of the timelines on here it must be absolutely killing people to wait...this is my first post so go easy on me :blush:

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I-129F ....Sent Via Certified USPS To USCIS Vermont Center 01/16/2008

I-129F ....Arrived At USCIS Vermont Service Center 01/18/2008

Check For $455.00 Cashed By Vermont Service Center 01/24/2008

NOA-1.... 01/28/2008

NOA-2.... 03/18/2008

NVC Received Packet.... 03/21/2008

NVC Mailed Packet To Consulate Mexico.... 03/23/2008

Consulate - Ciudad Juarez Received Packet.... 03/31/2008

Consulate - Ciudad Juarez Packet 3 Mailed Packet.... 04/02/2008

Miriam Receives Packet 3 In Mexican Mail.... 04/12/2008

Interview in Ciudad Juarez on 05/07/2008

POE El Paso, TX on 05/07/2008

Married in Las Vegas on 08/05/2008

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Isle of Man
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I don't see many people on here petitioning there future Husband or Wife from Mexico, I have just sent my petition in for Miriam and I know it is there, does it take longer if you are from certain Countrys than others?

I was told about 3-4 Months, she already had a B1/B2 Visa, maybe that helps too, looking at some of the timelines on here it must be absolutely killing people to wait...this is my first post so go easy on me :blush:

I'll try to go easy on you.....The part about 3-4 months is accurate for the NOA 2 approval. Then you add another 2 months for our government to forward all of your information to the US embassy in Mexico. All together, you are looking at a minimum of 5 and a half months, if you are incredibly lucky. More realistically expect to wait between 7 & 7.5 months


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
Timeline
I don't see many people on here petitioning there future Husband or Wife from Mexico, I have just sent my petition in for Miriam and I know it is there, does it take longer if you are from certain Countrys than others?

I was told about 3-4 Months, she already had a B1/B2 Visa, maybe that helps too, looking at some of the timelines on here it must be absolutely killing people to wait...this is my first post so go easy on me :blush:

Those of us with a Mexican connection are around....maybe you just haven't poked around enough yet. There is a Juarez thread in the Foreign Embassy and Consulate Discussion, and also a few threads in the Regional Discussion-Latin America, Mexico and the Caribbean....Welcome!


K-1

6-16-07 Mailed in I-129F

6-26--07 NOA1

7-03-07 touched?

10-29-07 TOUCHED!! And Later in the day-APPROVED!!! (found out on line on the 30th)

11-06-07 received NOA2 in the mail

12-10-07 NVC received

12-12-07 Left NVC

01-14-08 USC received packet 3 in the mail

01-21-08 Fiancee received packet 3 in the mail

02-13-08 VISA ISSUED

02-27-08 Fiancee entered the country

03-20-08 Married! (First Day of Spring)

AOS, AP & EAD

03-29-08 Mailed in AOS, AP & EAD Application

04-04-08 NOAs for AOS, AP & EAD (arrived in mail APR 7)

4-11-08 letter for biometrics arrived in the mail

4-22-08 Biometrics

5-30-08 EAD and AP approved

06-06-2008 AP arrived in the mail

06-07-2008 EAD arrived in the mail

06-12-2008 AOS Approved

06-19-2008 Greencard in hand

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Good Luck to you.


Citizenship

8/06/2011 - Package sent

8/25/2011 - Biometrics schedule

9/26/2011 - Interview date received

10/09/2011 - Received yellow letter

11/08/2011 - Interview date THANKS GOD went smooth n pretty easy with the nice lady IO takes 9-10 minutes wow???????????????

I think I waited more time for my Oath Ceremony schedule rather than interview process and after 13 minutes the lady gave my sched WOW CAN'T BELIEVE ......yayyyyyyy

11/16/2011 - Oath Ceremony

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Removing Conditions

08/3/2010 - File for Removal of Conditions (I-751)

08/6/2010 - Received date/ Noticed Date

9/06/2010 - Biometric Date Modesto

12/2/2010 - Card production( they orderd) new card. I just checked I'm not in hurry but hahahaha lucky GOD IS SO GOOD THANKS FOR EVERYTHING PAPA JESUS MWAHHH.

AOS

06/06/2008 - AOS PACKAGE SENT

06/09/2008 - RECEIVED DATE

06/13/2008- NOTICED DATE checked cleared ( received in mail 06/17/2008 notice for AOS, EAD and AP)

07/09/2008- BIOMETRICS date modesto

08/18/2008- AP APPROVED ( received date 8/22/2008)

08/18/2008- EAD APPROVED ( received date 8/27/2008)

09/17/2008- RECEIVED interview date appoinment

10/29/2008- INTERVIEW date 1:00pm sacramento (approved)

11/05/2008- RECEIVED WELCOME NOTICE

11/07/2008- RECEIVED GREEN CARD

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