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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
Timeline

Hello Friends,

Im a June Filer and i wanna ask if anyone knows what month the USCIS is currently processing or give me a clue on how to confirm that. And also is there any specification between a couples age difference in the American law? As age is not a barrier to loving or been with whom you love and me and our kids are moving to Nigeria to live there until my husband is able to come home because i miss him so much and i wanna be where he is. :ot2: I am 9yrs older than my husband, will that ever affect him during is CR1 interview? :ot:

Hope to hear from you all...

Keep Loving.....

Stay in Love.....

Love Life....

Love 1 another....

and Love F O R E V E R!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(F)(L)


K&O

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
Timeline

If you go by the immigration timeline here on VJ it says USCIS should be processing April cases for CR1/IR1 applicants....but then if you look at the March cases there are still quite a few left to be approved. Most likely they are working on cases March and older. If you have filed in June you could have up to a 5 month wait before your case makes it through USCIS (the first step).

There is no age law here in the US with regards to marriages as long as the persons are of legal age in that state to marry. Age usually does not have an effect on obtaining a visa but can create a problem if the age difference is one that is not generally accepted in the culture of the beneficiary. Just be certain to provide plenty of proof of a bonafide marriage.

Best Wishes on your Journey


Married: 02/12/2009

Mailed I130 (Chicago Lockbox): 04/23/2009

I130 Received (Chicago Lockbox): 04/26/2009

I130 Received CSC: 04/30/2009

I130 Processed CSC: 04/30/2009

NOA1 Mailed: 04/30/2009

Check Cashed: 05/04/2009

Touch1: 05/05/2009

Touch2: 05/14/2009Touch3: 05/15/2009 Address change online?

Touch4: 05/22/2009Touch5: 05/26/2009 Called to check on address change, change made over the phone?

Touch6: 08/11/2009 Hopefully beginning to be processedTouch7: 08/12/2009

Touch8: 08/20/2009 RFE !! Response 09/01/2009

Touch9: 09/14/2009 Touch10: 09/21/2009

I130 APPROVED!! 09/21/2009

NVC case # assigned: 10/02/2009

BABY GIRL BORN 10/5/2009!!!

AOS bill generated:10/14/2009 Paid 10/15/2009

DS3032 e-mailed and mailed:10/21/2009

I864 mailed:10/22/2009

DS3032 accepted:11/09/2009

Received checklist letter for missing ds230: 11/09/2009

IV bill generated/paid/IV docs overnighted to NVC: 11/10/2009

IV docs received 11/12/2009

AVR:all docs received: 11/19/2009

SIGN IN FAILED!! 11/28/2009 woot woot!!

CASE COMPLETE!! 11/30/2009

Received Interview Letter: 12/02/2009

INTERVIEW: JANUARY 12, 2010

APPROVED!!! : 01/11/2010 interviewed after medical on 11th

POE JFK : 02/11/2010

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
Timeline

Well said cornbread. You're on point. :thumbs:

Hi KDOR. I'm new here too. I wish I could wait this thing out close to Pman too. Lucky you!!!

Have you considered DCF? I was turned down because I hadn't lived in Nigeria for 6 months, but I suspect with USCIS processing times, you could probably get through a lot quicker filing directly at Lagos consulate. They can be a little tough out there, so like cornbread says, make sure your bonafides are substantial. I'm already grilling Pman with mock interview questions :)

The journey is yet young. Godspeed to us all (F)


NVC:

2009-09-11 - NVC received.

2009-12-17 - Case complete e-mail message, sign in failed on website and AVR... YAY!

2009-12-17 - Waiting for an appointment assignment...

2009-12-29 - Interview assigned: February 11, 2010!

2010-01-06 - Case forwarded to consulate.

Consulate:

2010-01-12 - Medical exam part 1 of 2 complete.

2010-01-26 - Medical exam part 2 of 2 complete. Ouchie!

2010-02-11 - Interview results: Administrative Processing 221(g) :-(

2010-04-27 - 2nd interview results: Approved :-)

2010-05-04 - Visa in hand!

2010-05-08 - POE

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
Timeline

Thats true Pman and soso, i also consider DCF but the USC has to live in Nigeria for atleast 6 month, after its adjudicated in lagos it still have to go to NVC to be assigned an immigrant visa number. So its better if u stay in the States and file and it wont have to affecr your I-864 if u have been out of the state for awhile and u may be require to re-establish your citizenship with prove of leasing or any document that has your name and address. So the DCF is not really a good option to me.


K&O

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