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Question to the forum for those of you who received military expedition do to an upcoming overseas assignment how long did it take you to get your fiancée approved? Also which embassy and service center did it have to go through?


9/27/05 Met on line

4/16/06 Visit her in the Philippines

4/29/06 Engaged

8/3/06 Mailed I-129F to TSC

8/4/06 Notice left

8/7/06 I-129f delivered at USCIS

8/15/06 NOA1 USCIS received I-129f

8/17/06 Touched

8/20/06 Check scanned and posted on line that is how I got my case number.

8/21/06 NOA1 arrives via snail mail

8/30/06 Touched

10/2/06 NOA 2 "Approved"

10/3/06 Touched

11/01/06 MNL# 2006xxxxxx

11/30/06 Medical

12/06/06 Interview APPROVED

12/19/06 Travel to US Seattle POE, Arrive in Houston

xx/xx/07 Wedding

"When I die bury me upside down so the USCIS can kiss my @$$".

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Military visa Expedition

Question to the forum for those of you who received military expedition do to an upcoming overseas assignment how long did it take you to get your fiancée approved? Also which embassy and service center did it have to go through?

Well, I am not sure you can get an expedited visa for a routine overseas assignment unless the "assignment" is a deployment in support of one of the ongoing operations.

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Military visa Expedition

Question to the forum for those of you who received military expedition do to an upcoming overseas assignment how long did it take you to get your fiancée approved? Also which embassy and service center did it have to go through?

Well, I am not sure you can get an expedited visa for a routine overseas assignment unless the "assignment" is a deployment in support of one of the ongoing operations.

It is OCONUS TDY not to exceed 365 days and not in a normal duty capacity. At least that is my case. I wasn't suggesting a change of duty station to say Germany, more like an out of the way third world country in BFE.


9/27/05 Met on line

4/16/06 Visit her in the Philippines

4/29/06 Engaged

8/3/06 Mailed I-129F to TSC

8/4/06 Notice left

8/7/06 I-129f delivered at USCIS

8/15/06 NOA1 USCIS received I-129f

8/17/06 Touched

8/20/06 Check scanned and posted on line that is how I got my case number.

8/21/06 NOA1 arrives via snail mail

8/30/06 Touched

10/2/06 NOA 2 "Approved"

10/3/06 Touched

11/01/06 MNL# 2006xxxxxx

11/30/06 Medical

12/06/06 Interview APPROVED

12/19/06 Travel to US Seattle POE, Arrive in Houston

xx/xx/07 Wedding

"When I die bury me upside down so the USCIS can kiss my @$$".

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