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As of May 24 9:00 AM "Manila Time" my wife's interview was Approved in Manila. I want to thank everyone that has assisted me on here especially " canadian_wife, Dakine, and Darnell. If it wasn't for you I would've wasted more time and I had already wasted 3 months before your help. It all worked out in the end and those 3 months I wasted let my wife achieve her bachelor's in Nursing & Science this April.

I'de like to share her Interview experience which may help someone. I was shocked when she told me how the interview went down.

She was fortunate to have a Nice Filipino at the first preliminary interview. It turned out she forgot a few papers and he was very linient about it. She forgot her legal capacity of marriage and they asked for her baptism certificate which we never knew she needed. They forwarded her to the consulate officer to be interviewed.

She said he was a moody person and didn't talk to much. I was shocked at the questions he asked and how long it took. He basically asked...

What is your name.

What is the petitioner's name.

What day did you two get married.

He looked over the 50+ emails

Looks at his pc...ok you're approved plz move on to the counter for further instructions. It took 2 minutes! Is that normal???

Anyways I'm just happy the process is over. Soon as she gets her visa hopefully in the next 10 days like it's suppose to be. I will finally be reunited with my wife in June.

Again thanks to everyone that assisted me, I am beyond grateful. I want to wish everyone else luck in this whole proccess. Just be strong and know it will be over with sooner than you think.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Bolivia
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Yayyyyy!! Congratulations!!!


REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

01-18-2012 : Sent I-751 Package

01-22-2012 : Delivered California Service Center

01-24-2012 : Check cashed! Yayyy

01-30-2012 : Received ASC letter... Dated 01-27

02-08-2012 : Got Extension Stamp (Passport) Expires 02-07-2013

02-24-2012 : Biometrics Appt.

06-13-2012 : Got my 10 years greencard. Yeah baby!!!

NATURALIZATION

01-15-2013 : Eligible to file

07-05-2013 : Sent package to Phoenix Lockbox

07-11-2013 : Check cashed

07-15-2013 : NOA

07-30-2013 : Biometrics done

08-09-2013 : Interview letter

09-10-2013 : Interview!! PASSED!

11-22-2013 : Oath Ceremony - I AM A CITIZEN OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Yay ! Congratulations !!!!


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Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Congratulations, I am harry for you!


Immigration Process (DCF Japan)

08/06/2008 I-130 petition at Tokyo, Japan

08/13/2008 I-130 approved

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| Waited until we were ready to move back

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07/13/2009 IV interview at Tokyo, Japan

07/15/2009 IV(IR-1) in hand

Post-DCF

07/29/2009 POE at Las Vegas

08/17/2009 GC(10yrs) received

Click here for the detailed timeline.

Done with USCIS until

- naturalization in May 2012 or

- GC replacement in February 2019

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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As of May 24 9:00 AM "Manila Time" my wife's interview was Approved in Manila. I want to thank everyone that has assisted me on here especially " canadian_wife, Dakine, and Darnell. If it wasn't for you I would've wasted more time and I had already wasted 3 months before your help. It all worked out in the end and those 3 months I wasted let my wife achieve her bachelor's in Nursing & Science this April.

I'de like to share her Interview experience which may help someone. I was shocked when she told me how the interview went down.

She was fortunate to have a Nice Filipino at the first preliminary interview. It turned out she forgot a few papers and he was very linient about it. She forgot her legal capacity of marriage and they asked for her baptism certificate which we never knew she needed. They forwarded her to the consulate officer to be interviewed.

She said he was a moody person and didn't talk to much. I was shocked at the questions he asked and how long it took. He basically asked...

What is your name.

What is the petitioner's name.

What day did you two get married.

He looked over the 50+ emails

Looks at his pc...ok you're approved plz move on to the counter for further instructions. It took 2 minutes! Is that normal???

Anyways I'm just happy the process is over. Soon as she gets her visa hopefully in the next 10 days like it's suppose to be. I will finally be reunited with my wife in June.

Again thanks to everyone that assisted me, I am beyond grateful. I want to wish everyone else luck in this whole proccess. Just be strong and know it will be over with sooner than you think.

Congrats....


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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As of May 24 9:00 AM "Manila Time" my wife's interview was Approved in Manila. I want to thank everyone that has assisted me on here especially " canadian_wife, Dakine, and Darnell. If it wasn't for you I would've wasted more time and I had already wasted 3 months before your help. It all worked out in the end and those 3 months I wasted let my wife achieve her bachelor's in Nursing & Science this April.

I'de like to share her Interview experience which may help someone. I was shocked when she told me how the interview went down.

She was fortunate to have a Nice Filipino at the first preliminary interview. It turned out she forgot a few papers and he was very linient about it. She forgot her legal capacity of marriage and they asked for her baptism certificate which we never knew she needed. They forwarded her to the consulate officer to be interviewed.

She said he was a moody person and didn't talk to much. I was shocked at the questions he asked and how long it took. He basically asked...

What is your name.

What is the petitioner's name.

What day did you two get married.

He looked over the 50+ emails

Looks at his pc...ok you're approved plz move on to the counter for further instructions. It took 2 minutes! Is that normal???

Anyways I'm just happy the process is over. Soon as she gets her visa hopefully in the next 10 days like it's suppose to be. I will finally be reunited with my wife in June.

Again thanks to everyone that assisted me, I am beyond grateful. I want to wish everyone else luck in this whole proccess. Just be strong and know it will be over with sooner than you think.

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Hi Good day

I want to ask about those questioned had happened to her..

She said he was a moody person and didn't talk to much. I was shocked at the questions he asked and how long it took. He basically asked...

I want to know what she has said or what's the answer she said ? on this questioned;What day did you two get married.???

Can you give me clarity about this?

thanks

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Congrats ... :star:


OUR JOURNEY SO FAR: (dd/mm/yyyy)

18/09/09 - CR1 NOA1

16/07/10 - POE LAX (256 days NOA1 to interview)

27/09/10 - Aussie/American bun in the oven due May 10, 2011

06/01/11 - Submitted change of address online to USCIS. Mailed I-865 for sponsor. Neverending!

05/05/11 - Bouncing baby boy arrives

10/07/12 - Sent I-751

13/07/12 - I-751 NOA1

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Filed: Timeline

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Hi Good day

I want to ask about those questioned had happened to her..

She said he was a moody person and didn't talk to much. I was shocked at the questions he asked and how long it took. He basically asked...

I want to know what she has said or what's the answer she said ? on this questioned;What day did you two get married.???

Can you give me clarity about this?

thanks

She just said his tone of voice and actions made him seem like a moody person...maybe we got his good side LOL?

She basically just replied...

Her Name

My Name

Our Marriage Date

And than he asked for Marriage proof...

She first handed the 50+ emails to him "was a male" and 3 years of bank statements.

She said he browsed through it quickly, and than he looked at his PC and said " you're Approved move on to the counter". We had 100+ Pictures of us together, Wedding & Honeymoon included which he never looked at. She had double copies prepared of everything we sent to NVC+USCIS just incase and none of it was ever looked at. I was so worried coz my wife is a very sensative person that gets hurt by rude ppl easily. At her Medical she had a very rude doctor that treated her like a ignorant person, now that was a bad experience.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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THIS WORD

I notice here What day did you two get married.

what does it mean?

Are you both married before? before she marry you? or you marry her?

Is she married before thats why the consul asked her why...

OR she knows when your visa approved is she known the date to marry you within a 90 days of arrival there to be with you?

What kind of visa did you applied..

Pls help me.

thanks

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Filed: Timeline

THIS WORD

I notice here What day did you two get married.

what does it mean?

Are you both married before? before she marry you? or you marry her?

Is she married before thats why the consul asked her why...

OR she knows when your visa approved is she known the date to marry you within a 90 days of arrival there to be with you?

What kind of visa did you applied..

Pls help me.

thanks

Sorry I'll try to explain that better.

I applied for CR1 Visa...We got married in April 09.

He just asked what day was our marriage on, and she basically just said the date.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Turkey
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Congratulations on the approval :thumbs:


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USCIS Journey:

January 5/2010 - Petition Sent

January 12 - NOA1 Hard Copy

March 15 - Email I-130 Approved

NVC Journey:

March 20 - Mail NOA2 HardCopy

March 20 - NVC Case Number assigned

March 23 - Got NVC Case Number and gave emails

March 25 - Got AOS Bill / DS-3032

March 27 - Emailed DS-3032

March 27 - Paid AOS Bill

March 31 - AOS Bill shows PAID

March 31 - DS-3032 sent by email accepted

April 07 - Paid IV Bill

April 09 - IV Bill shows PAID

April 09 - Sent AOS package via USPS

April 12 - AOS package Delivered and signed by N. Visa Center

April 13 - Sent DS-230 package via USPS

April 14 - DS-230 package Delivered and signed by N. Visa Center

April 16 - N. Visa Center received all documents

April 23 - LIF!!! Sweeet!!! Thank You Bhagvan / inşallah =)

May 18 - Interview date assigned June 22 @ 8:30 am. Thank you Bhagvan again / inşallah =)

June 04 - Wife went for medical and got it done

June 22 - Wife's interview (Missing Bank statement) =(

June 25 - Sent Bank letter to wife

June 29 - Wife got the bank letter and sent it to embassy

July 07 - Wife got visa in hand!! Thank You Bhagvan / inşallah =)

Aug 02 - Wife's POE!!! (Excited) =)

Aug 02 - Picked up my wife at 8:45 pm (Super happy to be with her again) =)

Aug 02/2010 - Lifting of Conditions

**Thank You VJ Family especially sachinky**

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Looks at his pc...ok you're approved plz move on to the counter for further instructions. It took 2 minutes! Is that normal???

Mine was also that short! He just made me swear that everything I submitted were true then asked the same questions then he said I was approved! Yey! Congrats to you and you wifey!:dance:

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