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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Hi to everybody:

Last night I was talking to my fiancee about the possibility he could be here in Lima - Peru the day I will have the interview, but for deciding it we need to know what happens after the interview on USA embassy? If they aprove the Visa, they give inmediately the passport stamped with it? Or they say that we should leave my passport on the embassy and then they will send that to our home with the visa stamped on it? Or we have to pick it up from the embassy some days after the interview? If we have to wait for some days, how long is it?

Please, peruvian guys or girls, give me an answer.... I will appreciate it so much...

Thanks

Angela


Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Perú

I-129F Sent : 2008-03-17

I-129F received: 2008-03-18

Check cashed by CSC: 2008-03-21

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-03-24

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 :

NVC Received :

NVC Left :

Consulate Received :

Packet 3 Received :

Packet 3 Sent :

Packet 4 Received :

Interview Date :

Visa Received :

US Entry :

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Hi to everybody:

Last night I was talking to my fiancee about the possibility he could be here in Lima - Peru the day I will have the interview, but for deciding it we need to know what happens after the interview on USA embassy? If they aprove the Visa, they give inmediately the passport stamped with it? Or they say that we should leave my passport on the embassy and then they will send that to our home with the visa stamped on it? Or we have to pick it up from the embassy some days after the interview? If we have to wait for some days, how long is it?

Please, peruvian guys or girls, give me an answer.... I will appreciate it so much...

Thanks

Angela

Angela, Im not sure how it is for Peru but i think most embassys its a couple of days to a week before you get your passport with the visa.


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Hi to everybody:

Last night I was talking to my fiancee about the possibility he could be here in Lima - Peru the day I will have the interview, but for deciding it we need to know what happens after the interview on USA embassy? If they aprove the Visa, they give inmediately the passport stamped with it? Or they say that we should leave my passport on the embassy and then they will send that to our home with the visa stamped on it? Or we have to pick it up from the embassy some days after the interview? If we have to wait for some days, how long is it?

Please, peruvian guys or girls, give me an answer.... I will appreciate it so much...

Thanks

Angela

Everything I have read says that you can pick the visa up at the DHL office 2 days later or wait for it to be mailed to you. You must leave your passport at the embassy because the embassy puts the visa in your passport. I think it is your choice of picking up the visa or having it mailed.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Hola. The Embassy will tell you the day of the interview if you got the visa. It took us 2 days to get the visa back though DHL. We had our interview on Monday and picked it up at the local DHL office on Wednesday afternoon and left for the airport that night. I would estimate 2 to 4 days to get your if everything is OK. Good Luck.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Thanks very much for your answers, guys. Then I will talk to my fiancee and see if its possible that he comes to Peru and being with me on the interview (you know, work schedule). Well first of all we need to get the NOA2 ;)

Kisses...

Angela


Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Perú

I-129F Sent : 2008-03-17

I-129F received: 2008-03-18

Check cashed by CSC: 2008-03-21

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-03-24

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 :

NVC Received :

NVC Left :

Consulate Received :

Packet 3 Received :

Packet 3 Sent :

Packet 4 Received :

Interview Date :

Visa Received :

US Entry :

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru
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Hi to everybody:

Last night I was talking to my fiancee about the possibility he could be here in Lima - Peru the day I will have the interview, but for deciding it we need to know what happens after the interview on USA embassy? If they aprove the Visa, they give inmediately the passport stamped with it? Or they say that we should leave my passport on the embassy and then they will send that to our home with the visa stamped on it? Or we have to pick it up from the embassy some days after the interview? If we have to wait for some days, how long is it?

Please, peruvian guys or girls, give me an answer.... I will appreciate it so much...

Thanks

Angela

Ours took just at a week. We had to send back papers to the embassy after the interview.

Good luck!


2007

Jun: I Met Elias in Peru

Oct: Returned to Peru. Elias proposed!!

Nov 26: Mailed I-129F to VSC

Nov 28: Rec. Signature Confirm of delivery from USPS

Nov 29: Check cashed ; rec. receipt number. E-NOA1

2008

Feb 14: Touch

Feb 14: NOA2 by email!

Feb 19: File Arrived @ NVC

Feb 20: Hard-copy NOA2

Feb 21: File Left NVC for Lima.

Feb 25: File @ U.S. embassy in Lima!

Mar 04: Rec. Packet 3/4

Mar 18: 8 a.m. My Morenito's Interview!!

Mar 25: VISA IN HAND!!!

Apr 4: My love is home!!!!

Apr 29: Our marriage. And life begins anew..

Dec 31: Mailed AOS, EAD, and AP to Chicago

2009

Jan 5: Rec. e-mail confirm of delivery from USPS

Jan 8: Check cashed. MSC number not visible....

Jan 12: Rec. Hard Copy Notices for AOS, EAD, and AP. Touched

Jan 16: Rec. NOA-Biometrics Scheduled 1/28/09

Jan 28: 9:00 a.m. Biometrics appt. Fast - 15 minutes in and out!

Jan 29: Touched.

Feb 3: AOS Trans. to CSC

Feb 10: AOS Arrived @ CSC

Mar 04: Touch on AOS

Mar 09: Notifice that AP approved 3/6/09

Mar 13: Rec. AP

Mar 16: Rec. EAD (surprised as USCIS shows no updates)

Apr 3: Rec Welcome Letter, AOS approved 03/30 (surprise, no updates on website)

Apr 8: GC Received

June 5: Our precious baby girl arrived!

2010

June 7: Our darling son arrived!

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Thanks very much for your answers, guys. Then I will talk to my fiancee and see if its possible that he comes to Peru and being with me on the interview (you know, work schedule). Well first of all we need to get the NOA2 ;)

Kisses...

Angela

Angela,

Just so you know. Everything I have read here on VJ says that it is not required for your fiance to be with you during the interview, but it seems like your chances of getting the visa are much better if your fiance is with you.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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We just got our visa approved on April 1 and had visa in hand on April 3rd.....we picked it up at dhl....We left on April 4th for POE in Miami....there are no guarantees but if you pick up at dhl it takes about 2 days.....Good Luck

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru
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It is not required that your Fiance comes to the interview.

It is highly suggested that he comes to the interview if he can.


K-1 Adventure

9/04 - 2/06

Met in Peru, Engaged, Successful I-129F, K-1 interview and Married

AOS / EAD / AP and Remove Condition

3/06/06 - AOS/EAD/AP process begins

3/31/06 - AOS/EAD/AP package Fed Ex'd to Chicago

4/03/06 - AOS/EAD/AP package signed & received

4/10/06 - NOA1's received for AOS, EAD and AP via U.S. Mail

4/11/06 - All 3 checks cashed / $745.00 poorer but worth every penny

4/27/06 - Receive Biometrics appointment letter scheduled for 5/11/06

5/11/06 - Biometrics completed

6/02/06 - Receive notice that AOS only has been transferred to California to speed things along

6/07/06 - E-mail that AOS received in California

6/13/06 - Welcome letter mailed by California... yeah baby

6/17/06 - Official welcome letter received and card will arrive within 3 weeks

6/19/06 - Card arrived in the mail.......

3/08/07 - Trip back to Peru for 10 days and our Religous Wedding

3/2007 - We're Pregnant

12/19/07 - Sebastien Joshua born 8:29am 7lbs 2oz 19.5"

3/14/08 - I-751 Removing Condition is in the mail

3/20/08 - Checked cashed

3/17/08 - I-751 Package signed and received

3/24/08 - Case moved to Vermont

4/17/08 - Biometrics completed

4/21/08 - Touched...........

6/16/08 - Touched once again........

11/3/08 - Touched again.. this is begining to feel good

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru
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Thanks very much for your answers, guys. Then I will talk to my fiancee and see if its possible that he comes to Peru and being with me on the interview (you know, work schedule). Well first of all we need to get the NOA2 ;)

Kisses...

Angela

While I see the reason for the recommendation I just wanted to say that I was unable to attend my fiance's interview with him and everything worked out okay. I know it wold have been easier on him if I had been present.

best of luck!

Sam


2007

Jun: I Met Elias in Peru

Oct: Returned to Peru. Elias proposed!!

Nov 26: Mailed I-129F to VSC

Nov 28: Rec. Signature Confirm of delivery from USPS

Nov 29: Check cashed ; rec. receipt number. E-NOA1

2008

Feb 14: Touch

Feb 14: NOA2 by email!

Feb 19: File Arrived @ NVC

Feb 20: Hard-copy NOA2

Feb 21: File Left NVC for Lima.

Feb 25: File @ U.S. embassy in Lima!

Mar 04: Rec. Packet 3/4

Mar 18: 8 a.m. My Morenito's Interview!!

Mar 25: VISA IN HAND!!!

Apr 4: My love is home!!!!

Apr 29: Our marriage. And life begins anew..

Dec 31: Mailed AOS, EAD, and AP to Chicago

2009

Jan 5: Rec. e-mail confirm of delivery from USPS

Jan 8: Check cashed. MSC number not visible....

Jan 12: Rec. Hard Copy Notices for AOS, EAD, and AP. Touched

Jan 16: Rec. NOA-Biometrics Scheduled 1/28/09

Jan 28: 9:00 a.m. Biometrics appt. Fast - 15 minutes in and out!

Jan 29: Touched.

Feb 3: AOS Trans. to CSC

Feb 10: AOS Arrived @ CSC

Mar 04: Touch on AOS

Mar 09: Notifice that AP approved 3/6/09

Mar 13: Rec. AP

Mar 16: Rec. EAD (surprised as USCIS shows no updates)

Apr 3: Rec Welcome Letter, AOS approved 03/30 (surprise, no updates on website)

Apr 8: GC Received

June 5: Our precious baby girl arrived!

2010

June 7: Our darling son arrived!

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