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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt

got question hossam made new police certificate, got translation, he had extra military paper so hes gonna do translation on it tomorrow inshallah,, we have originall marriage license with us but no stamps or translation with it, even tho i sent it to nvc do u think we should go ahead and get it translated and stamped also


sent i-130 10-16-2009

noa1 recieved 10-26-2009

noa2 recieved 2-27-2010. got no rfes thank god!

case completed 4 months 1 week and 4 days

date recieved by nvc 3-10-2010

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill :3-17-2010

Return Completed DS-3032 :3-17-2010

Pay I-864 Bill :3-19-2010

Receive I-864 Package 3-19-2010. used nvc shortcuts!

Return I-864 Package 3-27-2010

-- Receive IV Bill : 3-27-2010

-- Pay IV Bill : 3-27-2010

-- Receive Instruction Package :

-- sent iv packet 4-1-2010

-- Case Completed at NVC : 5-7-2010!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yayyyyyyy!

Date Package Left From NVC :5-11-2010

interview date-6-23-2010

interview results-approveddddddddd! no ap!!! yayayaya skippy!

visa recieved-visa in hand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! june 29.2010 6 days after interview!!!

port of entry- j.f.k july 2 2010!


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Egypt

Not familiar with spousal visas. But if I were you, I'd get it translated just in case. Don't give them a chance to ask for any papers or documents at the interview.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Egypt


Did you get married at the Ministry? If so, they didn't stamp the heck out of your certificate? Ours is covered in stamps, both ink stamps and postage type stamps, lol. I would recommend that you get it translated. You will need it translated sooner or later. We had ours translated the day we got our copies back from the Ministry. The cost is a lot less in Egypt than in the US. I would recommend that you are present for the translation to make sure names and the like are spelled correctly and the dates are correct. If I had not been present, there would have been lots of typos on our translation.

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