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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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Our plan was for me to visit the US within this few weeks and stay as long as the I-94 allows while waiting for the immigration process to complete. But, something unexpected happened, we might have to change our plan.

Two weeks ago, I went for a surgery to remove the ovarian cysts and the doctor found some hard cells on my left ovary. He did a biopsy of the hard cells and the pathology report came back saying that the biopsy expressed two of the cancer tumor markers. That threw us off our plans!

While I am still recuperating and the wounds are healing, a series of blood tests, scans and scopes have been scheduled to identify malignancy, if there is any that presents. So far the tumor marker tests on the blood samples all came back fine, and the CT scan did not detect any malignants. I have scheduled a colonoscopy and gatroscopy next Tuesday and possibly a mammogram after that.

The gynecologist who did the ovarian cystectomy suggested a second surgery to remove the left ovary as a preventive measure and go on to remove the whole reproductive system if it's confirmed to be ovarian cancer. I have sought the second opinion of another gynecologist and talked to a friend who is an oncologist, both of them think it's too drastic to do that (remove the left ovary) when there is no evidence of malignancy. They suggested further screenings and a few monitoring measures be done regularly.

I have sold the business that I used to run and in the midst of disposing the furniture and car. While it's heart wrenching to see my hard work in the past few years is going down the drain to pay for the medical expenses. I am aware that I only need the money when I am alive. :-) I am also aware that cancer is curable and it's possible to live a long and productive life after cancer.

Medical expenses are much lower here compare to the States, but I have to pay it out of my pocket as I am not covered by health insurance. So, there is this discussion between my husband and I about the possibility of getting treatments in the states. He possibly can get me on the health insurance through his work, but we are not sure the coverage, the window of non-coverage period and the condition that is considered pre-existing.

But, first thing first, I would like to request you to pray for me. Please pray for a clear diagnosis, hopefully it's like what the pathologist suggests: sometime the tumor marker expressions can pull false alarms!


USCIS

03/15/08 Mailed I-130 package

07/17 I-130 package delivered to Chicago lockbox

03/26 NOA1 received (Priority date 03/24/08)

04/18 Touched

06/05 Expedite request on humanitarian ground (medical emergency)

06/16, 06/17, 06/18, 06/19, 06/20 Touched

06/28 Received RFE dated 06/23

06/30 mailed RFE express mail to CSC

07/02, 07/03 Touched

07/08 07/09 Touched. "RFE received & processing resumed"

07/11 Congress aide found out I-130 was approved on 07/09!!!

07/17 NOA2 hardcopy dated 07/09

07/21 Approval notice hardcopy dated 07/11 I-130 was approved in 116 days from filing date (expedited).

NVC

07/15 NVC received and assigned case #

07/16 Emailed expedite request & supporting documents

07/17 DS-3032 and AOS fee bill generated, Emailed DS-3032.

07/21 Received DS-3032 & AOS fee bill hardcopy.

07/24 NVC approved expedite request

US Consulate

07/31 Package arrived at US consulate

08/01 Was told to pick up packet 3 on 08/04

08/04 Req packet 3 send by mail.

08/09 Received packet 3

08/11 Returned packet 3

08/15 Picked up packet 4 & medical check up

08/28 Submitted civil docs & paid $400 IV fee. Visa Interview & approved !!!

08/29 Visa in hand

09/30 POE IR1 visa interview took 166 days from the I-130 filing date (expedited).

10/04 Applied for SSN in married name.

11/11 Welcome notice received (dated 11/04)

11/15 Received Green card.

11/21 2nd Welcome notice received (dated 11/13)

11/24 Received SS card in maiden name.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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so sorry to hear this...I wish that you gather strength to come through this by staying positive and appreciating little things in life. I am an atheist, so cannot pray to 'anyone' for you, but I do wish you the best and hope that you come out this in best of health to enjoy rest of your life. :D(F)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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goodness i was so touched and sadenned by your story..

my heart and prayers go out to you... everything will be fine.. take life one at a time and enjoy every moment.. u will be cured very soon and keep your faith in God, that will be your strength!


10-12-07 -mailed i130 to VSC

10-16-07- received by VSC

1-11-08- i130 NOA1

2-24-08-view case online

4-19-08- i130 NOA2

4-24-08- NOA2 hardcopy received

4-24-08- NVC CASE #ASSIGNED MDR

5-04-08- EMAILED CHOICE OF AGENT TO NVC

5-05-08- DS3032 AND AOS fee bill was generated today

5-05-08- paid AOS fee bill $70 online

5-07-08- AOS FEE now says PAID online, can print cover sht.

5-07-08*cald NVC and msg says AOS $recvd

5-12-08-DS3032 EMAIL Accepted

5-13-08*cald NVC and msg now says DS3032 choice of agent has been received.

5-13-08-mailed AOS i864 packet w/printed cover sheet from online payment (certified mail- priority)

5-15-08-AOS packet received by NVC

5-18-08 iv FEE bill invoiced

5-18-08 iv fee $400 paid online

5-20-08-iv fee cleared, able to print covr shet online

5-21-08-mailed DS230 packet to NVC via priority mail

5-29-08 aos ACCEPTED

5-29-08- DS 230 entered in system

6-3-08-cse cmplte.

6-11-08 case left NVC to chennai via DHL

6-16-08 case reached chennai

7-2-08 appt letter received by beneficiary

7-4-08 medical done in chennai

7-28-08 interview- AP for 4-6 weeks (awaiting name chk clearance-told by chenai operator)

8-20-08 chennai forwarded file to DOS- according to inquiry from congressmans office

(also confirmed by DOS)

8-28-08 file reached DOS- told by operator

9-2-08- last update to case,told by DOS

12-12-08 emailed chennai embassy asking status of our case, and got email to send passport..

12-15-08 submitted passport to vfs

12-19-08 VISA ISSUED! in hand!

12-25-08 hubbys arrival! smooth POE!

1-16-09 green card arrives

1-27-09 SSN card in mail

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Sending heartfelt prayers and strength your way - having my family members pass away with cancer at early ages, I have seen wonders in the advancement of medicine in the last few years. Get all the opinions you can and then join a forum for this situation itself. Much knowledge can be gained (altho I think you may have it already).

God bless you and God Speed on your journey - xxxxxx and remember keep positive and strong and laugh.

Cheers


When something goes wrong remember this saying "WHEN MAN PLANS, GOD LAUGHS"

www.orlando4obama.com

I-130 JOURNEY BEGINSSent August 28, 2007 to TSC for receipting in CSCReceived NOA1 from VSC December 21, 2007

Notes - earned USCIS skymiles for sure - postmarked from Chicago Lockbox

online finally 2/24/08

touchy feely 2/25/08

touched 2/27/2008 - great RFE requested - just wonderful news to see in your inbox early in the am

3/13 - RFE letter FINALLY received - and document that we sent NOW resent back to VSC grrrrowling

3/19 case resumed processing

3/20 touched

3./21 touched

3/23 Easter bunny touched again

4/01 - APPROVED I-130

4/02 - touched

4/07 - received hard copy approval

NVC JOURNEY BEGINS

4/07 NV Case number assigned

4/08 AOS, DS and all fees paid online

6/09 tax transcript for 2007 just became available -whoot

6/20 NVC receives everything nothing more to give them now just close eyes and pray

6/23 NVC enters into system

6/26 NVC - RFE uggh - wants all three years of Federal tax return listed and they lost originals or so they say - DING DING ROUND TWO

7/25 NVC Case completed whooottttttttt

8/7 Case forward to US EMBASSY LONDON OH YEAHHHHHHHH -

Embassy - case out for delivery to embassy via DHL sneaky us lol

08/10Received

08/19 Medical Exam completed - healthy oh yeah!!!!!!!!

9/26 @8am -Interview - approved VISA IN HAND OMG WHOOT!!! HELLO AMERICA MY LUV

POE- Atlanta then MCO - October 15th with the cat "GIT" on board lol - POE SUPER SWEET

Husband home finally - god what a journey....but after 400+ days we made it

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Filed: Country: Canada
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I do hope that all will be cleared up soon, and that you will find a clear diagnosis soon- cancer free.

I know this must be so upsetting, but please try to stay as positive as possible, after all there is no cancer now so far, right? I'm not sure what a "cancer marker" is, but it sounds like its just questionable, right?

That being said, I will say that I do have my husband on my medical insurance at work right now even though he is not living here now... I thought it would make sense since he does spend time here visiting until he gets his green card, and he doesn't have dental insurance in Canada so we are getting some work done for him now. There was nothing on any forms about pre-existing conditions that I filled out for him. Basically, he is my husband so he is going to be covered... Plus, you don't have cancer now if I'm understanding correctly (hopefully) and so it's not a pre-existing condition anyway I would think.

I wish you the best... In my opinion, I would get your husband to cover you in the US since it will give you more options.

All the best to you...


I'm a USC married to a french man who has been living in Canada for about 20 years.

March of 2005 -Met each other by chance in in Niagara Falls

April of 2005- after a ton of emails, arranged to meet in Montreal, now it's really getting exciting

May of 2005- tons of emails, he comes to visit Kentucky- we are so in love

In between visits to Toronto and KY, we go to Honduras, Montreal, Vancouver for vacations.

Sept 1, 2007 -Back and forth visits in between, IM and Skype, now we take the plunge and get married. We are so happy and my family and friends love him as much as I do!

March 25, 2008- Mailed out the I-130... finally!!!

April 4, 2008- Received the NOA1!!!

Sept. 2008 We went to Paris and the south of France (our 1st anniversary spent here) to visit my new family- with a quick peek at Spain. I love his mom and his son!

Just received a notice that we are moved to the CSC! I hear that is very good news! The date on the letter is Nov. 5.

Dec 16- Received our I-797C, Notice of Action Approval Notice with a Notice Date of Dec. 5 - super excited!

Called and told about change of address (in Canada) for beneficiary 12-22-08

Jan 11 2009 -Receipt of AOS Fee payment.

Feb 5- emailed DS-3032 and mailed the hard copy.

Feb 11- received confirmation email for DS-3032

March 29- 2009 Online payment of IV fee

Jan 11, 2010- husband spoke with NVC- still haven't received DS-230... she said since we paid online that we won't receive a package- just download forms- she sent him link to instructions via email.

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You are in my prayers.

Sadly I know what you're going through, as in January I had a breast cancer scare with a lump that looked totally malignant on feel ..... my doctor was convinced it was and I was sent for every test under the sun.

The time from hearing that you may have cancer, to getting your results is a horrible journey ..... a real rollercoaster of emotions and very frightening at times .... one minute you'll be convinced you're going to die .... and then the next minute you'll feel like fighting it if it's positive .... just all over the place.

It sounds like they have caught it early if it's positive ..... but until you know for sure, be easy on yourself .... this is a really freaky time for you.

Like Susie says, medicine has really jumped on this matter over the years, and now it's normal to have a normal life after cancer.

Lilykouki has a good point about trying to get cover in the States now, before it's a pre-existing condition .... just incase.

But, please keep us posted with your tests and results.

I'm praying real hard that it's just a scare and that all will be ok

(F)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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TQ for your kind words and offer of prayers, and Sarah for sharing your similar experience, it's good to hear that I am not the only one who has to go through this.

I was online for a while yesterday reading your responses, haven't have time to get online too much last two days, was tired emptying the digestive tract in preparation for the colonoscopy and gastroscopy today.

The scopes didn't find anything suspicious, though it's not 100%, it more or less rules out the possibility of colon/stomach cancer.

I am going to see the oncologist tomorrow to schedule a mammograph, please pray for a clear diagnosis: no malignancy!!

Leah


USCIS

03/15/08 Mailed I-130 package

07/17 I-130 package delivered to Chicago lockbox

03/26 NOA1 received (Priority date 03/24/08)

04/18 Touched

06/05 Expedite request on humanitarian ground (medical emergency)

06/16, 06/17, 06/18, 06/19, 06/20 Touched

06/28 Received RFE dated 06/23

06/30 mailed RFE express mail to CSC

07/02, 07/03 Touched

07/08 07/09 Touched. "RFE received & processing resumed"

07/11 Congress aide found out I-130 was approved on 07/09!!!

07/17 NOA2 hardcopy dated 07/09

07/21 Approval notice hardcopy dated 07/11 I-130 was approved in 116 days from filing date (expedited).

NVC

07/15 NVC received and assigned case #

07/16 Emailed expedite request & supporting documents

07/17 DS-3032 and AOS fee bill generated, Emailed DS-3032.

07/21 Received DS-3032 & AOS fee bill hardcopy.

07/24 NVC approved expedite request

US Consulate

07/31 Package arrived at US consulate

08/01 Was told to pick up packet 3 on 08/04

08/04 Req packet 3 send by mail.

08/09 Received packet 3

08/11 Returned packet 3

08/15 Picked up packet 4 & medical check up

08/28 Submitted civil docs & paid $400 IV fee. Visa Interview & approved !!!

08/29 Visa in hand

09/30 POE IR1 visa interview took 166 days from the I-130 filing date (expedited).

10/04 Applied for SSN in married name.

11/11 Welcome notice received (dated 11/04)

11/15 Received Green card.

11/21 2nd Welcome notice received (dated 11/13)

11/24 Received SS card in maiden name.

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I will say a prayer for you to have strength and to have clear test results.

Good Luck.


10/26/03 Met in Yahoo chat room
06-2004 Glyn flies to Boston for 2 week holiday with me in White Mountains
06/07/2006- HE PROPOSES!!
12/13/2006- Glyn and Simon the best man fly in for wedding.
December 16,2006- Happiest day of my life
12/25/2006- Best and worst Christmas ever. Glyn flies back to England at 6 pm Christmas Night.
02/19/2007- UK spousal visa approved in NY after only 4 days.
March 2,2007- Reunited in England with Glyn.
01/21/2008-mailed I-130 to USCIS in London
01/24/2008-NOA1
04/13/2008-Panic. RFE received
April 17, 2008-Mailed off again.
April 22, 2008-NOA2 received dated April 21, 2008.
April 26, 2008-Packet 3 received
April 28, 2008-Mailed off DS-230
May06,2008-Packet 3 sent
May 08, 2008-Medical scheduled
May 22,2008-Packet 4 received
June 03,2008-Interview APPROVED!!!!!

June 04, 2008-Visa in hand
June 20, 2008-Shippers come for our things.
June 25, 2008-Flying to the USA
November 15, 2010-Sent off VERY late I-751 along with many prayers.
04/09/2011-10 year GC arrives in mail.
09/08/2011-Glyn leaves for UK
01/30/2012-Biometrics for UK spousal & dependent visas sent out w/ application same day
02/24/2012-UK settlement visas issued

04/16/2013-I-130 sent off-----04/19/2013 NOA1

05/15/2013-NOA2

Never received packet 3 although it was mailed to us on May 29th

07/17/2013-Sent off packet 3 after finally getting ALL our documents together

08/19/2013-Medical scheduled (there were earlier appointments but unfortunately, we couldn't get there for them due to hubby's work)

09/24/2013-Interview APPROVED

11/01/2013-POE BOSTON

01/13/2014-10 Year green card received

03/09/2019- Sent I-130 to Chicago lock box for step-son

03/20/2019- NOA 1

08/10/2019-NOA 2

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Filed: Timeline
TQ for your kind words and offer of prayers, and Sarah for sharing your similar experience, it's good to hear that I am not the only one who has to go through this.

I was online for a while yesterday reading your responses, haven't have time to get online too much last two days, was tired emptying the digestive tract in preparation for the colonoscopy and gastroscopy today.

The scopes didn't find anything suspicious, though it's not 100%, it more or less rules out the possibility of colon/stomach cancer.

I am going to see the oncologist tomorrow to schedule a mammograph, please pray for a clear diagnosis: no malignancy!!

Leah

Am pleased to hear there's no stomach cancer. The mammogram is no big deal, you'll be fine ..... it's quite simple and takes all but 10 minutes.

Do they have the blood test in Malaysia which shows up cancer flags ?? Do ask, they don't use it in England very often, but your country may be different.

The thing with now getting negative results, is trying to convince yourself that they are true following the maybe/possibly ..... I really appreciate the wierd and strange range of emotions you're going through right now .... just hang in there girl. Many prayers are with you.

(F)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Lebanon
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Hi Leah,

I've said a prayer in your name for all your tests to come back negative for cancer. Stay strong and active on your care.. you are doing your best. :luv:

There is one thing I read on your post that keeps me thinking.. your original plans to come to the US and wait for the process here.. I am not a lawyer, but have read enough posts to know this may not be a good idea as it can bring problems with your ongoing case. Have your husband check very well on this aswell as add you to his insurance policy. If you both decide that you would want to come to get further testing and/or treatment, then an expedite would be another approach to get your case processed faster and you can come on an immigrant visa. Needless to say.. it is alot to process now, but your hubby can start checking on this so u can concentrate on your health. I am sure there is ppl here that can offer their opinion on this. Please keep us posted on the results (F)

Edited by kitty loves moudi

USCIS (Total 212 days)

05-15-08 Received call from VSC - I was Approved Yay!

NVC (Total Days: 00)

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05/21/2008 : NVC Case# Assigned

05/26/2008 : I-864 AOS Fee Bill invoiced in NVC system.

05/26/2008 : DS-3032 generated

05/31/2008 : DS-3032 emailed by my spouse

06/02/2008 : AOS ($70) Paid online

06/03/2008 : I-864 AOS Barcode cover sheet generated

06/03/2008 : I-864 AOS Generated

06/11/2008 : Choice of agent email accepted at NVC

00/00/2008 : I-864 AOS package delivered to NVC

00/00/2008 : I-864 AOS package entered into NVC system

06/11/2008 : DS-3032 email reply received from NVC to my spouse

06/18/2008 : DS-230 IV Fee Bill Paid online ($400)

06/20/2008 : DS-230 IV Fee Barcode cover sheet generated.

06/20/2008 : DS-230 Packet generated and mailed by NVC

00/00/2008 : DS-230 package mailed to NVC by USPS Express mail

00/00/2008 : DS-230 IV Package delivered to NVC

00/00/2008 : DS-230 IV package entered into NVC system

00/00/2008 : Case Completed at NVC

Beirut U.S Embassy (Total Days: 0)

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00/nn/2008 : Case Forwarded to Beirut U.S Embassy by DHL

00/nn/2008 : Medical at Beirut

00/nn/2008 : U.S Embassy Interview

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00/nn/2008 : Arrival at U.S Port of Entry

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Jamaica
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TQ for your kind words and offer of prayers, and Sarah for sharing your similar experience, it's good to hear that I am not the only one who has to go through this.

I was online for a while yesterday reading your responses, haven't have time to get online too much last two days, was tired emptying the digestive tract in preparation for the colonoscopy and gastroscopy today.

The scopes didn't find anything suspicious, though it's not 100%, it more or less rules out the possibility of colon/stomach cancer.

I am going to see the oncologist tomorrow to schedule a mammograph, please pray for a clear diagnosis: no malignancy!!

Leah

Leah, I am praying for you. I pray that God's healing touch will be on your body. I am glad that the scope ruled out cancer. I also know that the mammogram will be negative. Love and peace to you & your family at this time.

Pecky


MARRIED ON 8/31/07

VERMONT

OCTOBER 2007-------------I-130 SENT
OCTOBER 10,2007 -------- I-130 RECV IN VERMONT
JANUARY 10, 2008----------RECEIVED NOA1
FEBUARY 24, 2008-----------ASE SEEN ON LINE@USCIS
AUGUST 12,2008------------ CASE SENT TO CSC


CSC
AUGUST 12, 2008-----------CASE SENT TO CSC
AUGUST 13,2008------------ TOUCHED
AUGUST 15, 2008----------- TOUCHED
AUGUST 20, 2008----------- TOUCHED
AUGUST 21, 2008-------------TOUCHED
AUGUST 22, 2008--------------APPROVED (CSC)--THANK YOU LORD

NVC
AUGUST 27, 2008-----------HARD COPY RECEIVED
AUGUST 28, 2008-------------NVC RECEIVED FILE. NVC CASE # ISSUED

Sept 18 ----------Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill :
Sept 19 ---------Paid I-864 Bill on line
Sept 20-----------Paid IV bill on line
Sept 22----------AOS bill read "paid" on line
Sept 24----------IV bill read "paid" on line
Sept 26----------Mailed AOS/IV bill via express mail
Oct. 10---------- Case Completed at NVC

Interview Date : February 18, 2009
Visa Received :
US Entry: March 2009

10 year green card: Received March 2012

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i know what it's like to have a cancer scare and my prayers are with you. stay strong and i hope your visa journey will be a speedy one. (F)


USCIS

July 16 2007 I-130 mailed to TSC

July 19 2007 I-130 delivered to TSC

Aug 2 2007 NOA1 issued by CSC

Aug 6 2007 Check cashed and NOA1 received in mail

Dec 14 2007 NOA2

148 days from delivery of I-130 to NOA2, 134 days from NOA1 to NOA2

NVC

Jan 3 2008 Case received and Case# assigned

Jan 21 2008 DS3032 and AOS Fee Bill generated

Jan 30 2008 DS3032 Couriered from Singapore via UPS

Feb 4 2008 DS3032 delivered to NVC (delivery was late should have arrived Feb 1)

Feb 5 2008 DS3032 entered into NVC system and DS3032 received in mail in Singapore

Feb 11 2008 IV Fee Bill generated

Feb 25 2008 IV Fee Bill received in Singapore (not paid immediately as we were overseas)

Mar 10 2008 IV Fee Bill payment sent by USPS express overnight mail

Mar 17 2008 Payment of IV Fee Bill entered into NVC system

Mar 24 2008 AOS Fee Bill Payment sent via USPS express overnight mail

Week of Apr 7 2008 AOS Generated

Apr 16 2008 DS230 Couriered from Singapore via DHL

Apr 18 2008 DS230 delivered to NVC 9.32 am

Apr 19 2008 AOS I-864EZ sent by USPS express overnight mail

Apr 21 2008 AOS & DS230 entered into NVC system

Apr 30 2008 Case Completed!!!

May 12 2008 NVC issued Appointment Letter

May 24 2008 Received Appointment Letter in the mail in Singapore

June 16 INTERVIEW Visa Approved!!!

333 days from Filing I-130 to Visa Approval

June 23 Collection of Visa

June 30 POE Washington Dulles

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Leah, please stay strong. You will be fine.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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Filed: Country: India
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So sad to hear this. No one should be going thru this on top this ugly process. Our prayers are with you. Stay strong. May God give strength to get thru this.

CS


USCIS

2008-03-01: I-130 Sent

2008-03-10: I-130 NOA1

2008-08-11: NOA2 I-130 - APPROVED

NVC

2008-08-14: Package forwarded to NVC

2008-08-25: DS3032 Generated and AOS Bill Generated

2008-08-26: IIN Obtained

2008-08-26: COA Emailed

2008-08-27: Paid AOS Bill (online)

2008-08-29: AOS Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-08-29: AOS Bill and DS3032 hardcopy arrived in mail

2008-09-13: Paid IV Bill (online)

2008-09-05: COA Accepted by NVC

2008-09-05: Mailed I-864

2008-09-17: IV Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-09-23 : Mailed DS-230

2008-10-01 : Case Complete

2008-11-01 : Medical Exam

2008-11-06 : VFS Office visit

2008-11-20 : Interview ...APPROVED

2008-11-22: Visa in Hand

2008-12-12 : POE in Chicago

2009-01-03 : Received Welcome Letter

2009-01-30 : Received Social Security #

2009-01-12: Received Another Welcome Letter w/ GC

2009-01-12 : Received Green Card

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