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yes u can but some petitioner were asked to stay outside and wait til the consulate calls or talk to him..


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ethiopia
Timeline

you can definately go to the interview just as long as you have a letter from NVC showing that you are the petitioner(approval notice).


USCIS Journey

03/15/08 Sent I-130

03/17/08 I-130 received (USPS) (Priority Date)

06/28/08 Received NOA2 hardcopy: NO RFE FROM USCIS:101 days

NVC Journey

07/01/08 NVC case# assigned

08/14/08 CASE COMPLETE: NO RFE FROM NVC:44 days

09/15/08 Interview date assigned

Embassy Journey

10/01/08 Case at embassy

10/08/08 Document verification and got interviewed (Approved)

10/09/08 Pick up visa (original interview date)

10/18/08 P.O.E ~ Seattle

Removing Conditions

07/23/2010 Mail off I-751(USCIS received on 07/26 via usps)

07/26/2010 NOA1 date (notice received 8/2/2010)

07/28/2010 Check cashed

08/20/2010 Biometrics appt.(notice received 8/7/2010)

08/20,21,23 touched

10/22/2010 Approved NO RFE(2 months and 3 weeks from filing date)

Citizenship

10/7/11 N-400 Submitted

10/13/11 NOA date

10/20/11 appt letter sent for biometrics

11/9/11 Biometrics appt

11/11/11 Email of interview scheduling received

11/14/11 Interview scheduled and mail sent

11/21/11 Interview letter received

12/19/11 Interview date

12/19/11 passed interview and oath Finally a citizen(2 months 1 week and 5 days from sending N-400)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Hi all...I want to travel back to the Philippines to be with my fiancee when she has her interview in Manila. Does anyone know if I, the petitioner, can attend the interview with her? Thanks

Its always better for you to be there if you can..

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In Manila, If you as US resident go to interview with your PI Fiance.

Can you still go through a seperate door for Americans only, and be able to go ahead of Philippines waiting on K1 Visa.

I had a family member do the K1 a few years ago in Manila, and was able to proceed ahead of others since he was US Citizen at Emabassy in Manila


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