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Visitng USA after NOA2?

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I know all about the non USC visiting USA and showing ties to their home country ( my husband just visited me three weeks ago with no problem). But what about visiting the USA after getting the NOA2? Any success stories in doing this? I am assuming it's the same as visiting while the I-130 is pending.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Nicaragua
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Hello,

I'm not sure but I would assume it would be 'easier' since it is more proof of returning to your home country for interview. If you've already been approved, why risk it with an over-stay?


Summer 2004: Met while on J1 visa; J1 internship was 3 months (subject to 2yr-HRR)

2004-2008: Visited US on B1 / Steve visited Nicaragua as well (living in different countries! while I fulfilled 2yr-HRR)

July 9th, 2006: Married

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I-130

July 10th, 2007: Sent I-130 Package to TSC w/old fee $190.00

July 13th, 2007: Recieved at CSC

July 17th, 2007: I-130 Notice Date

August 30, 2007: Touch (Files paired up?)

March 15, 2008: APPROVED!!! Recieved email from CRIS!!!

I-129F

August 9th, 2007: Sent I-129F Package to CSC -- Fee waived

August 17th, 2007: I-129F Recieved at CSC

August 22nd, 2007: I-129F Notice Date

March 15, 2008: APPROVED!!! Recieved email from CRIS!!!

April 4th, 2008: 129F Recieved at Managua Consulate

May 5, 2008: Interview at Consulate -- Approved!

May 14, 2008: Pick-up Passort w/ visa

May 24, 2008: Travel to Louisiana, USA!!!

AOS & EAD

May 25, 2008: Got missing vaccines in LA clinic

May 29, 2008: Sent medical papers to Dr. Arnold

June 6, 2008: Recieved medical papers in sealed envelope from Dr. Arnold

June 9, 2008: Sent AOS Package to Chicago!

June 12, 2008: Received Date

June 17, 2008: Notice Date (AOS & EAD)

July 3, 2008: Recieved ASC Appointment notice for Biometrics

July 16, 2008: Biometrics Appointment in New Orleans! COMPLETED!

August 27, 2008: Recieved EAD Card in mail! No touches, no CRIS, no approval letter! (Card valid 08/18/08; mailed on 08/25/08)

Jan. 5, 2009: AOS Interview!!!!

Jan. 15, 2009: Legal Permanent Resident!!!!

N-400 NATURALIZATION

Eligible: Jan 15, 2012

Nov 4, 2011: Sent N400 to Lockbox / Delivery confirmation on Nov 7, 2011.

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Hello,

I'm not sure but I would assume it would be 'easier' since it is more proof of returning to your home country for interview. If you've already been approved, why risk it with an over-stay?

We don't have our NOA2 yet but hope to get it in a month. My husband wants to come visit April 1 because he acutally has a free plane ticket just for that date. Three weeks isn't an overstay, but three months is!

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