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hello Guys I am an old member I am getting ready to remove the consition on my GC. But I need my sister to come over spend the summer with me. she is 26 years old not married and she work as a teacher and leave with my Parents! She has an interview in cairo embassy at July 21! My mum came here twice before and left on time :)

so my question is what is my sister chance to get accepted for this visitor visa! I really very much do this for her!

and I don't know what the Cairo Embassy may do! what shall I do or prepare of papers so that it may increase her chance to get the visa?

I am egyptian woman married to An american man for almost 4 years now and we have a baby girl she is 2 years old now :)

I have been studying for over a year now for my medical liscensing exam and I can't wait till my sister is here so we can have fun in the summer and show her America! I feel it's so unfair that I am legal living in US paying my taxes and I can't get my sister to visit me just because I am from Egypt!!!

I feel that I am cast away!!! I really don't know what to do but when you move with your husband to anotehr country it should be a normal thing to have family member visit you! is not it!!!???? :wacko::wacko:


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2010-12-08: Packaged Sent.

2010-14-08: Package delivered to Arizona Pheonix Box.

2010-20-08: email and text from USCIS application processing.

2010-21-08: check cashed

2010-23-08: Notice of Action received in the Mail.

2010-25-08: RFE by txt and email - (mailed 24th)

2010-27-08: REF received by mail (Biometrics appt)

2010-17-09: Fingerprints and Biometrics appt.

2010-08-12: Case was moved to the local office in Detroit :)

2010-14-12: Interview letter received dated Dec8th

2011-01-18: Interview at 8 am in January 8th. YAAAAAAAAHO :)still was pending

2011-03-17: Approved and oath letter in the mail

My mother IR5:

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2011-08-16: Package sent

2011-08-22nd: NOA1 recieved

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Egypt
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Guys need help here any answer!?


N-400

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2010-12-08: Packaged Sent.

2010-14-08: Package delivered to Arizona Pheonix Box.

2010-20-08: email and text from USCIS application processing.

2010-21-08: check cashed

2010-23-08: Notice of Action received in the Mail.

2010-25-08: RFE by txt and email - (mailed 24th)

2010-27-08: REF received by mail (Biometrics appt)

2010-17-09: Fingerprints and Biometrics appt.

2010-08-12: Case was moved to the local office in Detroit :)

2010-14-12: Interview letter received dated Dec8th

2011-01-18: Interview at 8 am in January 8th. YAAAAAAAAHO :)still was pending

2011-03-17: Approved and oath letter in the mail

My mother IR5:

==============

2011-08-16: Package sent

2011-08-22nd: NOA1 recieved

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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hello Guys I am an old member I am getting ready to remove the consition on my GC. But I need my sister to come over spend the summer with me. she is 26 years old not married and she work as a teacher and leave with my Parents! She has an interview in cairo embassy at July 21! My mum came here twice before and left on time :)

so my question is what is my sister chance to get accepted for this visitor visa! I really very much do this for her!

and I don't know what the Cairo Embassy may do! what shall I do or prepare of papers so that it may increase her chance to get the visa?

I am egyptian woman married to An american man for almost 4 years now and we have a baby girl she is 2 years old now :)

I have been studying for over a year now for my medical liscensing exam and I can't wait till my sister is here so we can have fun in the summer and show her America! I feel it's so unfair that I am legal living in US paying my taxes and I can't get my sister to visit me just because I am from Egypt!!!

I feel that I am cast away!!! I really don't know what to do but when you move with your husband to anotehr country it should be a normal thing to have family member visit you! is not it!!!???? :wacko::wacko:

She will have to apply just like your mom did for her vistor's visa. Why do you think this is unfair? Has the embassy given you any reason that she wouldn't be able to come for a visit? Has she even applied?

She will just have to take her turn in line with tourists visas. You knew exactly what it takes to come to the states. Some visitors they approve...other's they do not. So you will just have to wait and see.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Egypt
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I just feel Isolated! like you are in Mars! I feel so stressed after reading lots of people experince about Visitor visa!

I just see they gave people so hard time seeing thier families ! I thought It should be normal to have my sister visit me and spend some time with me and my 2 years old daughter esp. she has to go back to work!

I will keep my finger crossed! wish me good luck!


N-400

=====

2010-12-08: Packaged Sent.

2010-14-08: Package delivered to Arizona Pheonix Box.

2010-20-08: email and text from USCIS application processing.

2010-21-08: check cashed

2010-23-08: Notice of Action received in the Mail.

2010-25-08: RFE by txt and email - (mailed 24th)

2010-27-08: REF received by mail (Biometrics appt)

2010-17-09: Fingerprints and Biometrics appt.

2010-08-12: Case was moved to the local office in Detroit :)

2010-14-12: Interview letter received dated Dec8th

2011-01-18: Interview at 8 am in January 8th. YAAAAAAAAHO :)still was pending

2011-03-17: Approved and oath letter in the mail

My mother IR5:

==============

2011-08-16: Package sent

2011-08-22nd: NOA1 recieved

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Your sister will just have to take her chances of coming here. We all want our wives/husbands families to come, but the embassies have protocols that they have to follow.

Only thing you can do is have her apply and just wait. And I do understand how isolated you feel sweetie. Everyone's husband or wife has felt or is still feeling the same way. You are definately not alone.

I wish you and your sis the best of luck with Cairo!!


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