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Moving k-1 process to another consular abroad

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Hi Everyone,

My case was suspended as i have to present a police record from my country to the london consular.

A death occured of a familly member( my uncle who was responsible for me after my father died).

This will involve going home for the the funeral and this will take a long period of time as i will have to partake in the funeral and the final prayer after 40days.

the police document is the only outstanding i need to provide to be issued my visa.

with this develpoment i was wondering if i can get the police clearance in Nigeria and submit to the consular in Nigeria to obtain my visa so i would not need to come to london again as i am trying to cut cost.

the funeral will require alot of money and time and i am trying to save to do my wedding with my fiancee as soon as i get to the US.

So much happening i can not even think straight...........pls advice

Thanks.

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Hi Everyone,

My case was suspended as i have to present a police record from my country to the london consular.

A death occured of a familly member( my uncle who was responsible for me after my father died).

This will involve going home for the the funeral and this will take a long period of time as i will have to partake in the funeral and the final prayer after 40days.

the police document is the only outstanding i need to provide to be issued my visa.

with this develpoment i was wondering if i can get the police clearance in Nigeria and submit to the consular in Nigeria to obtain my visa so i would not need to come to london again as i am trying to cut cost.

the funeral will require alot of money and time and i am trying to save to do my wedding with my fiancee as soon as i get to the US.

So much happening i can not even think straight...........pls advice

Thanks.

Until the new consulate has your case file they do not even know you exist....

To request a transfer is easy but it is not necessarily quick or guaranteed... You must request that the case be moved (I believe this is done through the current consulate) .... The consulate then contacts the new consulate about the transfer. The new consulate has the right to accept or deny the transfer. If the transfer is accepted then the previous consulate will transfer your case file. Once the case file is resident in the new consulate, processing can resume.

Keep in mind, Lagos is not the consulate with the best reputation......


YMMV

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