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K1 VISA & MARRIAGE - 8 MONTHS

17 February 2004 Sent I-129F petition CSC - It was APPROVED in 147 days

3 September 2004 INTERVIEW IN LONDON SUCCESSFUL VISA APPROVED! MARRIED OCTOBER 16, 2004

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS - 5 MONTHS

4 January 2005 - Submitted applications for AOS and EAD - 12 May 2005 Conditional Permanent Residency Approved - interview in Santa Ana

4 June 2005 CPR 2-year Green Card arrives in mail

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS - 3½ MONTHS

8 May 2007 - I-751 sent to CSC - 23 August 2007 - Approved - Card production ordered

30 August 2007 - 10 year Green Card received

K2 TIMELINE (Stayed behind in UK to finish school)

28 March 2005 - embassy interview & medical London - visa granted

01/18/06 Applications for AOS/EAD sent - 03/28/06 EAD approved

4/3/06 - RFE for AOS - requested new medical and vacc supplement

4/26/06 - approved without interview and welcome letter sent

05/02/2006 - Greencard arrives in mail

03/14/08 - Petition to Remove Conditions mailed to CSC delivered - 7/2/08 APPROVED

NATURALIZATION TIMELINE (for myself and son) 5 MONTHS

April 18, 2011 - N-400 Applications Mailed to AZ lockbox

April 21 (received April 25) NOAs

May 12 - FP Letters mailed

May 16 - Received FP appointment letters for June 8 at 11am

August 1 - Interview - approved for Oath Ceremony - OATH CEREMONY 28 SEPTEMBER

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hmmm, and some said it would never happen.... :whistle:

“Business and labor, Democrats and Republicans, religious leaders and the American people strongly support our plan to strengthen borders, provide a path to earned citizenship for those undocumented workers who are here and put in place a realistic guest worker program for the future,”

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US senators working towards a compromise on key sections of an immigration reform bill [JURIST news archive] they hope to vote on by Memorial Day have tentatively agreed to toughen rules on the hiring of illegal immigrants by forcing employers to check Social Security numbers and investigate the immigration status of potential employees.

http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/paperchase/2006...ugher-rules.php


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Thank God for the two chamber system of the legislature. ;)

So I guess we half to wait to find out what agreement they reached.

I never realized the fate of so many could be decided by just 26 politicians. I guess that is how it works though. Very interesting.


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10-xx-04 I129 sent

05-xx-05 NOA1 from USCIS - Aproved - Abandoned for Cr1

CR1

11-15-04 I-130 sent

12-10-04 NOA 1 fee changed had to resend info with new fee

12-11-04 Resend case with new fee

02-14-05 NOA 2 I-130 Case aproved and sent to NVC

02-25-05 NVC received case

03-21-05 Received I-864 fee bill

03-22-05 Sent $70 I-864 payment to

04-16-05 Received IV fee bill

04-17-05 Sent $ 380 IV payment to NVC

05-02-05 Received I-864 packet from NVC

05-02-05 Sent I-864 packet to NVC

05-11-05 NVC received IV payment

05-16-05 NVC sent third packet

05-25-05 Received DS-230 and third packet instructions

06-06-05 NVCReceived DS-230 per fed ex confirmation

06-07-05 NVC Enters DS-230 information in system

waiting waiting waiting

06-20-05 Case Completed!!!!!!!yipee.

waiting for interview date.............

7-26-05 Baby born!!!! yaya

8-15-05 Interview set for 9-29-05

9-29-05 Interview suck they want more proof

10-20-05 second interview

10-24-05 yaya haleloujhya finally got it.

10-28-05 going to meet husband in New York. yayayaya

10-30-05 Home!!!!

Lifting Conditions

7-28-07 Mailed form I751 and supporting documents. $275 (Old fee!!!!!Yipee!!!)

8-17-07 Check cleared my account.

8-20-07 Touched

8-30-07 Received Biometric apointment letter.

9-11-07 Biometrics Apointment

9-22-07 Received letter of approval

9-24-07 Received GC Whoo hoo done for 10 years!!!

09-20-09 Sent N-400 for Citizenship

11-01-09 Bio

01-11-10 Passed Interview

01-16-10 Received notice for swearing in ceremony

02-03-10 Swearing in ceremony

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Thank God for the two chamber system of the legislature. ;)

So I guess we half to wait to find out what agreement they reached.

I never realized the fate of so many could be decided by just 26 politicians. I guess that is how it works though. Very interesting.

Not just 26.

There will be proposed amendments. Many, many, many proposed amendments. Then there is the House and their debate and their amendments. Then two bills may have to be reconciled in committee. This is a ways off.


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Thank God for the two chamber system of the legislature. ;)
So I guess we half to wait to find out what agreement they reached.

I never realized the fate of so many could be decided by just 26 politicians. I guess that is how it works though. Very interesting.

Yes, they'll have to hammer out a compromise between whatever the Senate comes up with and what the House has already come up with. There's a few worlds between those two.

The 26 are not the one's deciding the fate of so many. They will be the ones tasked to work out a compromise that can pass the full House and Senate. Once that happens it needs to be signed by the President to become law.

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Well what the h*ll did they agree on? Story is pretty vague. Just pray the House members don't get rolled in conference.

Today's agreement spelled out the terms under which workers now in this country without proper documentation could achieve legal status. It also includes a provision, advanced by President Bush, to admit foreign "guest" workers and put them on a track toward citizenship.

At the same time, the bill would beef up efforts at the borders to hold down illegal entry to the United States. But unlike the House-passed bill, it would not subject the estimated 11 million to 12 million foreigners in this country illegally to felony charges as well as deportation proceedings.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/na...-home-headlines


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I agree it's pretty vague right now. Will be interesting to see how things develop.


09-02-2005 Applications for AOS, EAD, and AP received by MSC

10-21-2005 AOS fingerprint notice for 12-08-2005

11-07-2005 AP approved

12-05-2005 Infopass appt at San Jose office for interim EAD -- Refused, because it is already approved by MSC on 11-07-2005

12-07-2005 Attempt at interim EAD at San Francisco office -- no go. Back to San Jose, where CSO (chief station officer) tells they will contact MSC via email to request permission to issue interim EAD

12-08-2005 Biometrics for AOS and EAD. Having no EAD appt letter was no problem (used EAD NOA)

12-15-2005 EAD arrived in the mail

12-24-2005 Received interview letter; interview scheduled 03-01-2006

01-28-2006 Received replacement SSN card in married name (5 wks since application)

03-01-2006 AOS interview -- approved; received stamp in the passport

03-13-2006 Green card arrived in the mail

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Filing for removal of conditions

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I like their poll

Is immigration good for the U.S.?

Yes. The U.S. economy benefits culturally and economically from immigration.

Maybe. There is an economic need for migrant labor, but immigration should be sharply restricted.

No. High immigration levels are responsible for a declining quality of life in this country.

Left out the word freakin LEGAL!!!

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Well what the h*ll did they agree on? Story is pretty vague. Just pray the House members don't get rolled in conference.

Today's agreement spelled out the terms under which workers now in this country without proper documentation could achieve legal status. It also includes a provision, advanced by President Bush, to admit foreign "guest" workers and put them on a track toward citizenship.

At the same time, the bill would beef up efforts at the borders to hold down illegal entry to the United States. But unlike the House-passed bill, it would not subject the estimated 11 million to 12 million foreigners in this country illegally to felony charges as well as deportation proceedings.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/na...-home-headlines

hehehhe

It also includes a provision, advanced by President Bush, to admit foreign "guest" workers and put them on a track toward citizenship.

being a guest would imply that one leaves when done. If he goes for ways for them to become citizens, then not really guests now are they?

I still say hit the employers exploiting them to begin with, and hit them hard... unfortunately.. that would also

entail the gov'ment... as its been documented they also hired illegal immigrants before. :lol:


James & Sara - Aug 12, 05

Humanity... destined to pass the baton shortly.

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yes it's gonna be interesting, I'm keeping a close eye on this topic.


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NSC, NOA1 September 26th,03

received NOA1 in mail Oct. 03,03

RFE - received in mail March 29th,04

RFE returned April 17th,04

RFE received April 21,04 at NSC online

NOA2 received April 29th,04 via online

NOA2 received May 03,04 in mail

NVC receives file May 6th,04

NVC sends file to Nigeria May 11th,04

Lagos receives our file, notified thru e-mail May 19th,04

Victor goes and picks up packet #3....May 20th,04

Sent request for earlier interview date via e-mail May 20th,04

May 27th, Lagos won't change date.

August 16th, 2004 fly to Nigeria for Victors interview

August 19th, 2004 Interview date, visa approved.

August 25th, 2004 Victor picks up passport with visa stamp.

August 26th, 2004 fly back to USA

September 18th, 2004 Victor arrives in USA, Lord willing.

October 9th, 2004, we become husband and wife

October 25th, 2004 I learn that I'm pregnant.

Feburary 25th, 2005 AOS Appointment

( went to appt. and requested a reschedule)

June 7th, 05 gave birth to a boy child.

July 5th, 05 Victor packs he suitcase and leaves for good.

July 2005 2nd AOS appointment

( went and requested a reschedule )

August 2005- I file for divorce. and withdraw immigration paperwork.

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i agreee with arijit ,,it is a long ways off..the house is more diligent...hopefully, they will not puss out


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