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Should I stop the K3 and pay the I130 fee?

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The Ghana Embassy finally gave my husband the call in letter and the interview date is not Until Jan 7 2010. I recieved the letter for the I130 today to pay for the AOS 70.00 and the application of 400.00. Should I pay it? There so slow in Ghana I wonder if it will be faster to go with the I130? Any suggestions?

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WOW, Ghana scheduling K-3's for next year???? Oh my goodness. If I had it to do again, I would have had my husband go pick up his Packet 3 from the embassy to get an interview date on the books back in May vs. just waiting on the I-130 approval alone. We have been calling back every second week of the month since May waiting for the NVC to schedule the interview date. On average, it looks like it is taking ONE YEAR from filing date to get through the Ghana Embassy. Go for it! Work them both. :thumbs:

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WOW, Ghana scheduling K-3's for next year???? Oh my goodness. If I had it to do again, I would have had my husband go pick up his Packet 3 from the embassy to get an interview date on the books back in May vs. just waiting on the I-130 approval alone. We have been calling back every second week of the month since May waiting for the NVC to schedule the interview date. On average, it looks like it is taking ONE YEAR from filing date to get through the Ghana Embassy. Go for it! Work them both. :thumbs:

Oh Ya. I hate them all the do is hangup and dont email back. I know I dont know what Im doing half the time. Just burning money I flew there hoping to speed it up last month and they were so mean to me. He is meeting an American today that we got to see how much and what we can pay his #### under the table to speed it up.

So the NVC approved the I130 and still wont set a date? OMG Ghana Embassy sucks. Im almost ready to just give up on my marriage on move on due to all this stress.

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WOW, Ghana scheduling K-3's for next year???? Oh my goodness. If I had it to do again, I would have had my husband go pick up his Packet 3 from the embassy to get an interview date on the books back in May vs. just waiting on the I-130 approval alone. We have been calling back every second week of the month since May waiting for the NVC to schedule the interview date. On average, it looks like it is taking ONE YEAR from filing date to get through the Ghana Embassy. Go for it! Work them both. :thumbs:

Oh Ya. I hate them all the do is hangup and dont email back. I know I dont know what Im doing half the time. Just burning money I flew there hoping to speed it up last month and they were so mean to me. He is meeting an American today that we got to see how much and what we can pay his #### under the table to speed it up.

So the NVC approved the I130 and still wont set a date? OMG Ghana Embassy sucks. Im almost ready to just give up on my marriage on move on due to all this stress.

WOW, do you really think paying them under the table works in the embassy? Please let me know if it does. Don't give up on your marriage. It's not his fault. This whole process is teaching us patience (look at it that way). At least you've seen your husband again last month. I haven't seen my since the the end of November. :crying: I just keep myself busy with other things (new career interest). It has really worked for me and calmed me down from calendar watching. Hang in there, our time will come soon.

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Don't give up on the marriage just for that. It is frustrating but in time, things will work out. I waited for 4 years just for the process to work out. Went to Ghana twice to spend time with my SO so that she will know I still care. It will be here soon. I know it's hard to hear but I've been there and told the same.

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