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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Just had the physical yesterday that went very well. They gave me the envelop which in fact is a black plastic bag sealed at both ends with 2 CD's hanging outside. I realized when I came back to the hotel that one end of the envelop is not properly sealed, only half of it is.

So I get several solutions:

1- Go to the consulate like that on Monday and hope nothing goes wrong. After all, it's not my fault.

2- Try to seal it myself

3- Go back to the medical and explain to them and hope they will not confiscate my exam and that they will gave it back to me in time for the interview which is the same day, and that they will seal the envelop again.

Did something like that already happened to you? What are your experiences?

Thanks!!!


I130

2010/01/16: I130 sent at US Embassy Mexico DF

2010/01/19: I130 received (UPS confirmation)

2010/03/03: I130 package returned. Asking for utility bills.

2010/03/03: I130 sent again at US Embassy Mexico with the utility bills...

2010/03/08: Received a call from the Embassy: I130 ok and sent to CDJ

2010/04/12: Received NOA2 by mail APPROVED on March 5th

NVC

2010/03/25: Case number assigned by CDJ.

2010/04/27: I864 and DS230 sent

2010/06/28: Interview... Approved !

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Japan
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try calling and asking the clinic. they should tell you what to do i am sure!


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Hi Claireg! I'm glad you are doing ok in CJ. I was just thinking about you. Where are you staying? My husband will be at La Quinta and he arrives there the first.

What time is your appt at the consulate? If it is not too early, I would stop by the medical clinic beforehand, if not, I guess you will have to try your luck at the consulate. I think it should be ok, although I've never heard that specific question before. Good luck on Monday and hopefully you will be able to pick up the visa very quickly.


April 19, 2010 - NOA1 (documents received at Mexico City Embassy)

April 20, 2010 - NOA2 (received notice April 28, 2010, mailed April 27)

May 3, 2010 - Packet 3 sent (received May 27, 2010)

May 9, 2010 - I emailed them using the inquiry form asking for my case number

May 17, 2010 - received case number and link to Packet 3 by email

May 18, 2010 - sent Packet 3 to Ciudad Juarez

May 28, 2010 - called Ciudad Juarez to see if we had an appointment yet, they said wait 6-8 weeks :(

May 30, 2010 - I return to the US

June 8, 2010 - called and found out appointment date

June 16, 2010 - received Packet 4

July 6, 2010 - interview - Approved!

July 7, 2010 - pick up visa at DHL and POE to activate

July 29, 2010 - welcome letter received

August 1, 2010 - my husband comes home to me

August 13, 2010 - received Green Card

September 28, 2010 - never received Social Security Card, had to apply for it, arrived Sept. 28

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hi !! We are staying a la Quinta, too...I have reservations to leave on Tuesday, i think it's enough time to get the visa. My appointment is Monday at 1pm , so I am to go Monday morning to the clinic to see this problem...These plastic envelops do not hold the heat of CJ !!! I was wondering if it is a common problem but it looks like that I am the first...

La Quinta is perfectly fine but not too many things to do around.....Already got all the good deals in Sears and Liverpool and dining out is not very diversified...

Hi Claireg! I'm glad you are doing ok in CJ. I was just thinking about you. Where are you staying? My husband will be at La Quinta and he arrives there the first.

What time is your appt at the consulate? If it is not too early, I would stop by the medical clinic beforehand, if not, I guess you will have to try your luck at the consulate. I think it should be ok, although I've never heard that specific question before. Good luck on Monday and hopefully you will be able to pick up the visa very quickly.

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I130

2010/01/16: I130 sent at US Embassy Mexico DF

2010/01/19: I130 received (UPS confirmation)

2010/03/03: I130 package returned. Asking for utility bills.

2010/03/03: I130 sent again at US Embassy Mexico with the utility bills...

2010/03/08: Received a call from the Embassy: I130 ok and sent to CDJ

2010/04/12: Received NOA2 by mail APPROVED on March 5th

NVC

2010/03/25: Case number assigned by CDJ.

2010/04/27: I864 and DS230 sent

2010/06/28: Interview... Approved !

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