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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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just was wondering if anyone out there can give me some idea of length of time for receiving my K1 AND K2 visa. We went to the interview on Wednesday april 7, (everything by the way went almost like everyone had posted) anyhow, finaly got to the interview part and everything was going fine, asked a couple of questions and then came time for the documents with regards to my exhusbad being informed of the move. I had taken care of this thru my lawyer and just bedore the interview date had finally gotten everything back. (sigh of relief) only to find out when we went to the consulate, they wanted proof that he had been informed (anyone else have to go thru this) my son of course piped in and said that he had told his dad. But the gentleman had stated that was not sufficient evidence. I can understand his point and all it is just very nerve wracking. So anyhow, he (the gentleman behind the glass) stated that my visa had been approved (unable to be excited) but that until we supply them with evidence then my sons K2 is not. so my question is this after sending in the information (signed and notorized) via Priority post. How long in anybodies experience did this normally take to receive the Visa's? I know they said at the consulate up to 4 weeks. but I was just wondering everybodies elses experiences.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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just was wondering if anyone out there can give me some idea of length of time for receiving my K1 AND K2 visa. We went to the interview on Wednesday april 7, (everything by the way went almost like everyone had posted) anyhow, finaly got to the interview part and everything was going fine, asked a couple of questions and then came time for the documents with regards to my exhusbad being informed of the move. I had taken care of this thru my lawyer and just bedore the interview date had finally gotten everything back. (sigh of relief) only to find out when we went to the consulate, they wanted proof that he had been informed (anyone else have to go thru this) my son of course piped in and said that he had told his dad. But the gentleman had stated that was not sufficient evidence. I can understand his point and all it is just very nerve wracking. So anyhow, he (the gentleman behind the glass) stated that my visa had been approved (unable to be excited) but that until we supply them with evidence then my sons K2 is not. so my question is this after sending in the information (signed and notorized) via Priority post. How long in anybodies experience did this normally take to receive the Visa's? I know they said at the consulate up to 4 weeks. but I was just wondering everybodies elses experiences.

Usually a few days.


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