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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: India
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Hello everyone,

I am very tensed right now as my husband had an accident on saturday fracturing his nose and left hand. He was on his way to home, where he fell 100 feet down in a whole where some construction was going on. His left part has lost sensation. I am too much worried and want to see him and take care of him. I want to reach there as soon as possible. Please suggest me how can I able to do this.

Thanks in advance for your valuable suggestion and Pray for his recovery.


14 Dec 2006 Marriage

24 April 2007 Applied for K3

31 Jan 2008 Denied by CSC (for not able to provide marriage certificate in time)

25 Feb 2008 Reapplied at VSC for K3 again

17 July 2008 Approval of I129 F (Approval through expedite, I130 is still pending)

22 July 2008 file received at NVC

24 July 2008 File left NVC to New Delhi consulate

28 July 2008 File received at consulate

29 July 2008 Packet 3 received

30 July 2008 Packet 3 submitted to consulate

30 July 2008 Packet 4 received

01 Aug 2008 Medical Appointment and collected reports on 4 Aug, 2008

04 Aug 2008 I130 Approved (17 days after the I129f approval)

13 Aug 2008 Interview !!!!!!!! and Approved!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

19 Aug 2008 Visa received by VFS

18 oct 2008 US Entry

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Filed: Timeline
(F) Wishing him a speedy recovery.. Tell him to send you and invitation letter and also a letter to the consulate explaining the circumstances and how you have already invested time and effort into K3 visa process and there is no way you will jeopardise that visa by overstaying. Carry that letter and show strong ties to India (letter from family can help too), job letter etc. Apply for a tourist visa. Hopefully you will be able to see your husband.. All the best

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Filed: Other Country: China
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(F) Wishing him a speedy recovery.. Tell him to send you and invitation letter and also a letter to the consulate explaining the circumstances and how you have already invested time and effort into K3 visa process and there is no way you will jeopardise that visa by overstaying. Carry that letter and show strong ties to India (letter from family can help too), job letter etc. Apply for a tourist visa. Hopefully you will be able to see your husband.. All the best

It would be wise to back the letter up with some evidence like a statement from his doctor. Often Consulates will expedite a visitor visa in such circumstances but this needs to be initiated by the US Citizen.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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When I had to be in the states urgently I call the airport to see what needed to be done. The answer was bring a letter from the doctor there, letter from my employer and since I am a holder of an I-601 I needed a copy of that also. There was a ton of paperwork to fill but I was granted 14 days there, but I took the buss in stead and called the POE and made arrangements and had a 7 day parole issued. I didn't deal with the consulate just the border people.


09/20/2006 - Sent I-129F

09/22/2006 - Received at NSC
09/28/2006 - NOA-1 (1-797C date )

10/02/2006 - Cheque cashed

10/02/2006 - NOA 1 (I-797C recieved in the mail)

12/08/2006 - NOA-2 in 79 days

12/13/2006 - NOA-2 hard copy recieved

12/26/2006 - Package recieved by NVC

12/30/2006 - Received by Montreal

01/22/2007 - Received Packet 3

04/16/2007 - Returned Packet 3

08/02/2007 - Received medical documentation

08/07/2007 - Received Interview date Aug. 9th

08/09/2007 - Received I-601 and 212 (not approved yet)

02/17/2008 - I-601 approved 212 abandoned

06/2?/2009 - New medical and passport and doc sent to Mtl

07/22/2009 - Recieved request for DS-221 and notarized letter of intent

07/31/2009 - Montreal recieves thier final requested doc.

09/01/2009 - Visa approved and mail out today

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When I had to be in the states urgently I call the airport to see what needed to be done. The answer was bring a letter from the doctor there, letter from my employer and since I am a holder of an I-601 I needed a copy of that also. There was a ton of paperwork to fill but I was granted 14 days there, but I took the buss in stead and called the POE and made arrangements and had a 7 day parole issued. I didn't deal with the consulate just the border people.

She will need a visa from India to visit her husband in the USA though... She will have to deal with the consulate

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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That is true, my way would only work from canada, I do hope that everything comes through quickly and without too much time lost, he definately wants and needs her there.


09/20/2006 - Sent I-129F

09/22/2006 - Received at NSC
09/28/2006 - NOA-1 (1-797C date )

10/02/2006 - Cheque cashed

10/02/2006 - NOA 1 (I-797C recieved in the mail)

12/08/2006 - NOA-2 in 79 days

12/13/2006 - NOA-2 hard copy recieved

12/26/2006 - Package recieved by NVC

12/30/2006 - Received by Montreal

01/22/2007 - Received Packet 3

04/16/2007 - Returned Packet 3

08/02/2007 - Received medical documentation

08/07/2007 - Received Interview date Aug. 9th

08/09/2007 - Received I-601 and 212 (not approved yet)

02/17/2008 - I-601 approved 212 abandoned

06/2?/2009 - New medical and passport and doc sent to Mtl

07/22/2009 - Recieved request for DS-221 and notarized letter of intent

07/31/2009 - Montreal recieves thier final requested doc.

09/01/2009 - Visa approved and mail out today

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