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hi everyone..im new here and decided to join..im married to a US citizen and he filed I-130,been approved and now is on process.. i read some of K-3 applicants got their case finished at NVC for 4 months.. my husband will come here in P.I next month.. can i come to the US on a visit visa with our baby while my application is on process? he will leave on Aug. to Iraq.. do u guys think it will help to get a visit visa?


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IR-5 for dad

02/16/12 - mailed I-130

02/27/12 - NOA1 petition received(hubby's birthday!)

06/06/12 - NOA2 stating I-130 approved

06/29/12 - NVC received case

07/09/12 - case entered in the system,assigned MNL # and IIN,email add given

07/12/12 - beneficiary emailed DS-3032, auto response received

07/18/12 - AOS fee bill/paid "IN PROCESS"

07/20/12 - AOS fee bill shows "PAID", mailed AOS package

07/25/12 - received AOS

07/25/12 - IV Fee Bill Invoiced, paid $230.00 "IN PROCESS"

07/26/12 - IV Fee bill shows "PAID"

07/28/12 - mailed IV Package

08/03/12 - received DS 230 packet

08/14/12 - sent RFE

08/16/12 - NVC received RFE

08/21/12 - log in failed

08/22/12 - case complete!

09/26-27/12 - medical at SLMC

10/04/12 - interview

12/01/12 - Left Philippines

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When you say Iraq .... is your Husband military ?

If so, you do not need to wait for the NVC section like everyone else .... simply let them know that he is deploying and send them a copy of his orders and a request for expedite thru to the Embassy including expedited interview .... ASAP!

If his orders have not been cut yet, then simply get him to ask his Commander for a letter on military headed paper explaining the situation and send that to the NVC immediately .... and request the same thing.

If you send the information via a Senator too, they should be able to speed it up all the more for you.

Deployment that soon means they'd better move mountains and get you there fast .... and it can be done :thumbs:

Goodluck, and do let us know how you got on in the military spouse thread which can be found in my signature.

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When you say Iraq .... is your Husband military ?

If so, you do not need to wait for the NVC section like everyone else .... simply let them know that he is deploying and send them a copy of his orders and a request for expedite thru to the Embassy including expedited interview .... ASAP!

If his orders have not been cut yet, then simply get him to ask his Commander for a letter on military headed paper explaining the situation and send that to the NVC immediately .... and request the same thing.

If you send the information via a Senator too, they should be able to speed it up all the more for you.

Deployment that soon means they'd better move mountains and get you there fast .... and it can be done :thumbs:

Goodluck, and do let us know how you got on in the military spouse thread which can be found in my signature.

thanks for the reply kipandSarahjayne..i really appreciate it...

yes,he is in the military..i know he is doing everything for me to get there..but i want to speed it up..so im doing what i can for it..

so (1)how can he let the NVC know that he is deploying?(2) does he need to call them?(3)who will he talk to? he got his i think paper saying he will be deploying soon.. and that would be on Aug.. yeah in few months he will be..(4)where can he get a request for expedite?


d5muaz79s9.pngs-event.png

IR-5 for dad

02/16/12 - mailed I-130

02/27/12 - NOA1 petition received(hubby's birthday!)

06/06/12 - NOA2 stating I-130 approved

06/29/12 - NVC received case

07/09/12 - case entered in the system,assigned MNL # and IIN,email add given

07/12/12 - beneficiary emailed DS-3032, auto response received

07/18/12 - AOS fee bill/paid "IN PROCESS"

07/20/12 - AOS fee bill shows "PAID", mailed AOS package

07/25/12 - received AOS

07/25/12 - IV Fee Bill Invoiced, paid $230.00 "IN PROCESS"

07/26/12 - IV Fee bill shows "PAID"

07/28/12 - mailed IV Package

08/03/12 - received DS 230 packet

08/14/12 - sent RFE

08/16/12 - NVC received RFE

08/21/12 - log in failed

08/22/12 - case complete!

09/26-27/12 - medical at SLMC

10/04/12 - interview

12/01/12 - Left Philippines

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When you say Iraq .... is your Husband military ?

If so, you do not need to wait for the NVC section like everyone else .... simply let them know that he is deploying and send them a copy of his orders and a request for expedite thru to the Embassy including expedited interview .... ASAP!

If his orders have not been cut yet, then simply get him to ask his Commander for a letter on military headed paper explaining the situation and send that to the NVC immediately .... and request the same thing.

If you send the information via a Senator too, they should be able to speed it up all the more for you.

Deployment that soon means they'd better move mountains and get you there fast .... and it can be done :thumbs:

Goodluck, and do let us know how you got on in the military spouse thread which can be found in my signature.

thanks for the reply kipandSarahjayne..i really appreciate it...

yes,he is in the military..i know he is doing everything for me to get there..but i want to speed it up..so im doing what i can for it..

so (1)how can he let the NVC know that he is deploying?(2) does he need to call them?(3)who will he talk to? he got his i think paper saying he will be deploying soon.. and that would be on Aug.. yeah in few months he will be..(4)where can he get a request for expedite?

If he wants to go through the normal channels, get him to call the Military Immigration Helpline which is in my signature area ..... if he wants it faster, ask him to involve his Senator and request an expedite thru to the Embassy.

He mustn't be concerned about asking for help on this .... the Senators are there because they were voted in by the public, and as he's military they should want to help him.

He's doing a wonderful job protecting us ... please thank him for me.

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