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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone. This month rocks for me, its my birthday and my fiancee just received our noa2. I would like to ask where do i go from here. There are a whole lot of websites I've opened and I can't help but get overwhelmed about all the details.. I would like to gather insights from those who have already gone through the whole process, probably sites which can somehow relieve my confusions.

So far, I already have the following

1) Passport (just started processing today, I need to wait a month to get it done)

2) Cenomar

3) Birth Certificate

4) NBI Clearance

5) Photos have yet to be sorted out (we have like 10000 photos) apart from those

who have already been submitted in the I-129F application

6) Vaccination Details since birth

Not to mention all the stuff I have to sell which can somehow help my finances throughout the whole journey.

What else do i have to get?


GuardianAngel

I-129F Sent : July 23, 2009
Check Cashed : July 29, 2009
NOA1 : July 28, 2009
NOA2 : October 21, 2009
Left NVC : October 28, 2009
USEM Letter Received : November 12, 2009
Medical Passed : December 15/16, 2009
Interview Passed : January 19, 2010
Visa Received : January 26, 2010 12:30pm
Arrived in the US : February 3, 2010
POE: Seattle, Tacoma WA

Wedding : March 20, 2010

AOS
Submission of AOS application
I485, I131, and I765 : May 02, 2010
Receipt Notice Received : May 06, 2010
Check Cashed : May 07, 2010
Biometrics Appointment : May 24, 2010
Card Production Ordered EAD: July 12, 2010
Advance Parole (Touched - Post Decision Activity): July 12, 2010
EAD Card Received : July 22, 2010
AP Document Received : July 15, 2010
Passed Drivers Test : October 5, 2010
Hired (First Job in the US) September 27, 2010
AOS Interview : January 05, 2011
Welcome Letter and Green card received: January 11, 2011

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS JOURNEY
Card Expiration: January 5, 2013
I-751 Joint Petition Rcvd by USCIS: October 25, 2012
Check Cashed : October 29, 2012
Biometrics NOA : October 31, 2012
Biometrics Appointment : November 23, 2012

Approved: May 22, 2013

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Congrats on the NOA2!!

Start reading here: http://www.visajourney.com/faq/k1k2visa-application.html

If you have more questions after you finish, PM me and I will attempt to help.

-Phil


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Congrats on the NOA2!!

Start reading here: http://www.visajourney.com/faq/k1k2visa-application.html

If you have more questions after you finish, PM me and I will attempt to help.

-Phil

it's best if the op posts questions in open forum for a wider range of answers rather than rely on advice via pm.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone. This month rocks for me, its my birthday and my fiancee just received our noa2. I would like to ask where do i go from here. There are a whole lot of websites I've opened and I can't help but get overwhelmed about all the details.. I would like to gather insights from those who have already gone through the whole process, probably sites which can somehow relieve my confusions.

So far, I already have the following

1) Passport (just started processing today, I need to wait a month to get it done)

2) Cenomar

3) Birth Certificate

4) NBI Clearance

5) Photos have yet to be sorted out (we have like 10000 photos) apart from those

who have already been submitted in the I-129F application

6) Vaccination Details since birth

Not to mention all the stuff I have to sell which can somehow help my finances throughout the whole journey.

What else do i have to get?

Now that you have your NOA2. Next thing to do is to wait till the NVC receive your case, you can wait at least 1 or 2 weeks before calling NVC to confirm that they have your case. If NVC have your case already, they will tell you that your case has been transferred to the US embassy. Your fiance will receive letter from NVC stating that your case has been transferred to US embassy. You will have to wait for another letter from the embassy stating that they have your case and instructions of what to do, but you have an option to have an early medical examination at St. Lukes Extension Clinic using the letter from NVC or NOA2 (just make sure that you already have an appointment for your interview. Give at least a week after NVC transferred your case to embassy before your fiance calls them to set your interview date.

If you are done with medical examination and have interview date. You are good to go, just don't forget I-134 (affidavit of support) from your fiance and supporting documents for it, such as pay stub, income tax returns, W2 and bank statements.

You can also add some chat logs or email of you and your fiance to your proof of relationship.


Lifting Condition (I-751)

09/09/2011 - Sent the package to CSC

09/13/2011 - CSC received the package

09/15/2011 - CSC cashed check and NOA1 Received

09/26/2011 - Biometrics Appointment Notice Date (Sent)

10/13/2011 - Early Biometrics

10/19/2011 - Biometrics Appointment

10/26/2011 - GC expiration

11/25/2011 - Received RFE

11/28/2011 - Sent response to RFE

01/13/2012 - Ordered card production (Approved)

01/19/2012 - 10 yrs GC received

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That may very well be true but no one, myself included, wants to be held up for abuse and ridicule by some of the jerks and losers that seem to lurk in this forum.

Its much easer to exchange information via PM. Not everyone is fluent in English and not everyone can construct a sentence with correct punctuation. "Some" folks here take great pleasure in jumping on those who can't, and it only drives them away.

No question is stupid and no poster should be subjected to ridicule. Don't suggest to report these people because their identity is already well known and nothing gets done about it.

To also start in with the 'get a thicker skin' or 'its the internet, suck it up' comments are pointless and don't help anyone. If you can't say something nice, don't say anything!

Until something is done about it, I will always suggest that others PM me and I will always be happy to provide the best answer I can.

I don't claim to know the correct answer, just that I will respect every question and be courteous and polite. When I don't know the answer, I will direct posters back to the forum for more opinions.

-Phil

it's best if the op posts questions in open forum for a wider range of answers rather than rely on advice via pm.

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That may very well be true but no one, myself included, wants to be held up for abuse and ridicule by some of the jerks and losers that seem to lurk in this forum.

Its much easer to exchange information via PM. Not everyone is fluent in English and not everyone can construct a sentence with correct punctuation. "Some" folks here take great pleasure in jumping on those who can't, and it only drives them away.

i understand why one may want to do that, however, it is discouraged by ewok due to the information being sent isn't "peer reviewed." and if you see that behavior going on that you cited, please send me a pm.


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I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

 

USE THE REPORT BUTTON INSTEAD OF MESSAGING A MODERATOR!

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Hello everyone. This month rocks for me, its my birthday and my fiancee just received our noa2. I would like to ask where do i go from here. There are a whole lot of websites I've opened and I can't help but get overwhelmed about all the details.. I would like to gather insights from those who have already gone through the whole process, probably sites which can somehow relieve my confusions.

So far, I already have the following

1) Passport (just started processing today, I need to wait a month to get it done)

2) Cenomar

3) Birth Certificate

4) NBI Clearance

5) Photos have yet to be sorted out (we have like 10000 photos) apart from those

who have already been submitted in the I-129F application

6) Vaccination Details since birth

Not to mention all the stuff I have to sell which can somehow help my finances throughout the whole journey.

What else do i have to get?

Read the Guides at the top of the VJ page. The steps are outlined there. You should also read the USEM website. They have a list of all the requirements for the interview.

Good luck on your preparation.

~Chinook


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> PinayKano Scrapbook

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I appreciate your immediate replies on my concern, it helped me in sorting out a whole lot of information in my head right now. Well, I think it's just a matter of organizing evidences to make this entire journey a dream come true.

By the way, the reason why I'm posting this under "the philippines" is because i think one's preparation depends from one country to the other. Some consuls are lenient in handling cases while others would really squeeze your brain out.

I'm still hoping to receive more information. Thank you guys.


GuardianAngel

I-129F Sent : July 23, 2009
Check Cashed : July 29, 2009
NOA1 : July 28, 2009
NOA2 : October 21, 2009
Left NVC : October 28, 2009
USEM Letter Received : November 12, 2009
Medical Passed : December 15/16, 2009
Interview Passed : January 19, 2010
Visa Received : January 26, 2010 12:30pm
Arrived in the US : February 3, 2010
POE: Seattle, Tacoma WA

Wedding : March 20, 2010

AOS
Submission of AOS application
I485, I131, and I765 : May 02, 2010
Receipt Notice Received : May 06, 2010
Check Cashed : May 07, 2010
Biometrics Appointment : May 24, 2010
Card Production Ordered EAD: July 12, 2010
Advance Parole (Touched - Post Decision Activity): July 12, 2010
EAD Card Received : July 22, 2010
AP Document Received : July 15, 2010
Passed Drivers Test : October 5, 2010
Hired (First Job in the US) September 27, 2010
AOS Interview : January 05, 2011
Welcome Letter and Green card received: January 11, 2011

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS JOURNEY
Card Expiration: January 5, 2013
I-751 Joint Petition Rcvd by USCIS: October 25, 2012
Check Cashed : October 29, 2012
Biometrics NOA : October 31, 2012
Biometrics Appointment : November 23, 2012

Approved: May 22, 2013

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There's some essential info in this thread, see the post by thepizzadude (thanks thepizzadude :thumbs: ) for links...

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=217924

Reviews for the US Embassy Manila. http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/

There's a great post regarding Medical at St Luke's (thanks NinJones :thumbs: ): http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;#entry3375161


July 26 '09 I-129F Petition Sent

Oct 6 '09 Petition Approved

November 6 '09 Medical Complete

November 12 '09 Interview Complete

November 19 '09 Visa Delivered

November 25 '09 POE

February 6 '10 Married

September 30 '10 AOS App sent - crazy overloaded!

December 13 '10 AP Email notice

December 17 '10 EAD Hardcopy received. Yeah!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Thanks for the info. :) We're both excited our NOA2 came.


My Fiance: GuardianAngel

K-1 Visa Timeline:

Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent: July 23, 2009

Check Cashed: July 29, 2009

NOA1: July 28, 2009

NOA2: October 21, 2009

Left NVC: October 28, 2009

Medical Passed: December 15/16, 2009

Interview Passed: January 19th, 2010

Air21 Confirmation: January 25, 2010

Visa received: January 26, 2010

CFO Completed: January 27th, 2010

Flight to US: Febuary 3rd, 2010

MARRIED!: March 20th, 2010

AOS Timeline:

AOS, EAD, AP Filed: April 29, 2010

AOS, EAD, AP NOA1: May 6th, 2010

EAD, AP Biometrics: May 25th, 2010

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You are correct. Questions about the visa process in the Philippines and requirements for the Manila Embassy office are very appropriate questions for this forum.

You could be all finished with this by January. Good Luck!!

Safe Journeys.

-Phil

By the way, the reason why I'm posting this under "the philippines" is because i think one's preparation depends from one country to the other. Some consuls are lenient in handling cases while others would really squeeze your brain out.

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