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This afternoon, my wife submitted all doccument which the consulater office required. They gave my wife another blue slip. In this slip, it says that your case requires additional processing in our office, you dont need to submit futher documents. You will contact you when we have finished your case. My wife and I are very sad and worry now. Anyone has the same our situation? What can I do now or just wait?.

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They need time to review the documents you submitted. At least they didn't send it back to the USCIS. I would give it a little time and then contact them if you don't hear from them.


CR-1 Visa

I-130 Sent : 2006-08-30

I-130 NOA1 : 2006-09-12

I-130 Approved : 2007-01-17

NVC Received : 2007-02-05

Consulate Received : 2007-06-09

Interview Date : 2007-08-16 Case sent back to USCIS

NOA case received by CSC: 2007-12-19

Receive NOIR: 2009-05-04

Sent Rebuttal: 2009-05-19

NOA rebuttal entered: 2009-06-05

Case sent back to NVC for processing: 2009-08-27

Consulate sends DS-230: 2009-11-23

Interview: 2010-02-05 result Green sheet for updated I864 and photos submit 2010-03-05

APPROVED visa pick up 2010-03-12

POE: 2010-04-20 =)

GC received: 2010-05-05

Processing

Estimates/Stats : Your I-130 was approved in 140 days.

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This afternoon, my wife submitted all doccument which the consulater office required. They gave my wife another blue slip. In this slip, it says that your case requires additional processing in our office, you dont need to submit futher documents. You will contact you when we have finished your case. My wife and I are very sad and worry now. Anyone has the same our situation? What can I do now or just wait?.

I had similar situation and waited 3 months before they gave us an answer. Hopefully your outcome is much better than mines. Our case was sent back to USCIS. They told us our relationship was a sham and they didn't believe us. We then went the CR-1 way and now we are finally going to be together this Friday. Best wishes to you and your love one.


Visa Type: K1

Embassy: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Date I-129F Sent : 2006-07-10 - K1

Date I-129F NOA1 (Receipt) : 2006-07-27

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 2006-09-18

Date Package Received By NVC : 2006-09-27

Date Package Left From NVC : 2006-10-05

Date Received By Consulate : 2006-10-13

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2006-10-31

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2006-11-01

Date Sent Pkt 3 to Consulate: 2006-11-02

Date Pkt 3 Received by Consulate: 2006-11-08

Date Interview: 2007-02-12

Case Denied

Visa Type: CR-1

Date I-130 Sent: 2007-07-24

Date I-130 NOA1 (Receipt): 2007-07-27

Date I-130 NOA2 : 2007-12-20

Touched: 2007-12-21

Date I-130 NVC Bill paid : 2008-02-19

Date I-130 NVC Payment received: 2008-03-06

Date I-130 NVC Case completed: 2008-05-29

Date I-130 Interview Date: 2008-07-09

Date I-130 Blue Slip: 2008-07-09

Date I-130 Pink: 2008-07-15

Date I-130 Visa: 2008-07-24

Date I-130 POE San Francisco: 2008-07-25

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sorry to hear this. i am in the same boat. we got the blue on the 22nd and i sent requested documents to my fiancee, time line, her high school and college records, and rest of evidence they didnt look at in the interview. pm if you can. i am curious if they put same explanation on your blue.

rodney

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niceman and rodney,

Make sure you email and call the consulate EVERY Week to get an update on your case status... Don't want the files got push back down on the pile :)

Be polite of course!


"You always get what you've always gotten if you always do what you always did."

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I just called ME. He said that I should wait about 2-3 month before hire him, because I need to let they (CO) have time to review and make some investigates information which we submitted. After that time, if we dont have any answer form Consulate, call him again. I hope I got the good advice from ME.

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i am going to have my fiancée make an appointment with him for a consult. she is going back to the consulate in a few days to give them what they asked for all evidence they didn't look at in the initial interview, time line, and high school or college records of my fiancée. i am also including sworn statements from family, friends, and co workers that me and van have a legit relationship and they knew about it. if i am lucky they will approve her visa and we can fly back together. i am going back to vn the 8th of august too see her. gonna visit co if nothing has changed. anyone know if statements help any? when she turns in documents does she just wait to hear something or will they tell her too come back? she have too interview again usually?

rodney

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Hello

Last saturday, my wife received a letter from HCMC, it said that my wife need to stop by at their office with her passport. This afternoon (monday), my wife went to HCMC with her passport, and..... she got her pink slip!!!. I have just called her. We are so happy now. We hope we will have my wife's visa on next monday following the pink slip. Thank you all friends in VISAJOURNEY. I hope you will have luck like us today. Now we begin a new journey!

Thank you again.

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Congrats!


Wedding in Vietnam: 12/25/2005 (graduate school, below poverty line, couldn't apply)
[b]August 27, 2007[/b]: 1st I-130 packet sent w/incorrect $190 instead of new $355 fee (Mesquite, Texas).
October 6, 2007: 2nd I-130 packet with $355 fee (Mesquite, Texas).
January 10, 2008: NOA1 March 31, 2008: NOA2 (approved & sent to NVC)
April 14, 2008: NVC sent AOS Fee Bill (Affidavit of Support) $70.00 & DS-3032 form
Received.
April 15, 2008: Faxed wife the DS-3032 agent form to be mailed from Vietnam.
May 5, 2008: NVC sent request for Affidavit of Support form. May 19. 2008: received NVC's request for Affidavit of Support form.
May 20, 2008: Sent off I-864, Affidavit of Support May 30, 2008: Received IV Fee bill for $400 --money order & sent by Priority Mail.
June 10, 2008: I-864 approved. June 11, 2008: IV fee entered in system. June 16, 2008: DS-230 barcode issued
June 30, 2008: DS-230 mailed by expressed mail July 3, 2008: DS-230 package arrived at NVC & under review
July 11, 2008: Case completed at NVC.
Sept. 5th, 2008: INTERVIEW DATE at HCMC: White paper with writing.
March 26, 2009: Resubmit.
[b]DENIED. June 2009: case sent back & received at USCIS[/b]
August 2009: filed new I-130. Approved after first I-130 case sent to VN, again.
February 2010: USCIS contacted & asked for more evidence
March 2010: USCIS re-approved original case.
April 14, 2010: Consulate sends DS-230
June 15, 2010: Interview Date (Blue issued)
July 13, 2010 Placed on AP -yippee!
Sept. 13, 2010 Consulate home visit
[b]Nov. 5, 2010 Approval letter sent.[/b]
[b]Nov. 19, 2010 Visa picked up. Arrival: Nov. 24, 2010[/b]

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Great news! Congratulations.


CR-1 Visa

I-130 Sent : 2006-08-30

I-130 NOA1 : 2006-09-12

I-130 Approved : 2007-01-17

NVC Received : 2007-02-05

Consulate Received : 2007-06-09

Interview Date : 2007-08-16 Case sent back to USCIS

NOA case received by CSC: 2007-12-19

Receive NOIR: 2009-05-04

Sent Rebuttal: 2009-05-19

NOA rebuttal entered: 2009-06-05

Case sent back to NVC for processing: 2009-08-27

Consulate sends DS-230: 2009-11-23

Interview: 2010-02-05 result Green sheet for updated I864 and photos submit 2010-03-05

APPROVED visa pick up 2010-03-12

POE: 2010-04-20 =)

GC received: 2010-05-05

Processing

Estimates/Stats : Your I-130 was approved in 140 days.

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Way to go! Shows us all that sometimes the embassy can do their job with out us (or our lawyers) prodding them along! I hope you and your significant other are together soon!!

Edited by Icarus

Our K1 Timeline

03.11 - 4.10.2005 - Met on vacation in Vietnam

10.25 - 11.19.2005 - Returned to Vietnam & got engaged 11.1.05

12.29.2005 - I-129F Sent

01.04.2006 - I-129F NOA1/Receipt and Case Number

03.23.2006 - NOA2

04.05.2006 - Rec'd @ NVC

04.07.2006 - Left for HCMC

04.08.2006 - e-file in HCMC

05.10.2006 - HCMC sends out packet 3

06.02.2006 - Rec'd packet 3

06.05.2006 - sent forms back to HCMC

07.17.2006 - called and got Interview date

07.20.2006 - Rec'd packet 4

08.10.2006 - ***INTERVIEW*** - Blue slip

08.11.2006 - Went to embassy with add'l evidence - Green Slip

03.23.2007 - both of us interviewed and ....PASSED

03.24.2007 - Picked up VISA!!!!!

04.11.2007 - Got Married!

07.18.2007 - Mailed AOS paperwork

08.28.2007 - RFE

09.18.2007 - Mailed back add'l paperwork

10.12.2007 - EAD card issued

11.14.2007 - notified by phone of Interview in 2 days!

11.16.2007 - INTERVIEW (RFE given for add'l evidences..again!)

12.06.2007 - Dropped off evidences at USCIS office

12.18.2007 - I485 Card Production Ordered

12.29.2007 - Card Rec'd!!!

11.19.2009 - I-751 filed for lifting conditions

11.20.2009 - Issued NOA

01.22.2010 - photo and fingerprints

02.03.2010 - lifting conditions APPROVED!!

02.09.2010 - card rec'd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

??????????? - All of our lives together to figure out the rest ;)

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Congrats :dance:


Removal of Conditions Journey:

2010-5-23 : sent I-751

2010-5-28 : received NOA1

2010-7-21 : called USCIS- received a reference number.

2010-9-08 : biometrics

2010-9-28 : approval.

2010-10-04: Got card.

Naturalization N-400 Journey:

2011-5-31: N-400 sent

2011-7-25: Biometrics

2011-9-14: Pass Interview

2011-9-28: Oath. U.S Citizen. Done

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