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Thank you to all the VJ members here who helped us all the way to the end of the filling up paper and giving informations and advises. I got visa approved without proving my USC husband's US domicile . It was really God's favor to us and answered prayer. To all out there who are filing DCF (CR-1). Here was our experience:

5:30 am - lined up on USE Manila (show appt. letter and ID).

6:00 am - Orientation what is not allowed to bring inside (Only USC have privilage to bring their CP inside)Went inside things were scanned; lined up to the window for number, give DS-230 1 & 2 and 2 pcs visa foto.

6:15 am - Finger scanning (nice american on window 16).

6:20 am - Pre - screener (asked was basic infos,1-864,BC,MC,CEMAR,NBI all original) She was so nice.

7:45 am - Pay to cashier.

8:20 am - called for final interview (with my USC husband inside)

Greeted each other. Nice gentleman Consul was nice also.

Were asked basic infos and typing it to the computer , not so many questions unlike the pre - screener.

He said my medical is ok and then everything looks ok. Your visa is approved. Welcome to America!

We thank him he said ok no problem.

Proving domicile was not asked thank God, but we have all the evidences though. It was the 1-864 he was checking, some wedding fotos and marriage docs. Hope this helps! :)


04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart

04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other

06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well

(chat, email and calls,)

01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person

09/04/2008 - He left the States for me

09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport

10/08/2008 - We got married

01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130

04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved

06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!

07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]

07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband

(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)

07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters

08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]

04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents

05/11/12 - Biometrics

12/26/12 - RFE

12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

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Thank you to all the VJ members here who helped us all the way to the end of the filling up paper and giving informations and advises. I got visa approved without proving my USC husband's US domicile . It was really God's favor to us and answered prayer. To all out there who are filing DCF (CR-1). Here was our experience:

5:30 am - lined up on USE Manila (show appt. letter and ID).

6:00 am - Orientation what is not allowed to bring inside (Only USC have privilage to bring their CP inside)Went inside things were scanned; lined up to the window for number, give DS-230 1 & 2 and 2 pcs visa foto.

6:15 am - Finger scanning (nice american on window 16).

6:20 am - Pre - screener (asked was basic infos,1-864,BC,MC,CEMAR,NBI all original) She was so nice.

7:45 am - Pay to cashier.

8:20 am - called for final interview (with my USC husband inside)

Greeted each other. Nice gentleman Consul was nice also.

Were asked basic infos and typing it to the computer , not so many questions unlike the pre - screener.

He said my medical is ok and then everything looks ok. Your visa is approved. Welcome to America!

We thank him he said ok no problem.

Proving domicile was not asked thank God, but we have all the evidences though. It was the 1-864 he was checking, some wedding fotos and marriage docs. Hope this helps! :)

congrats!!! :)

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Wow congrats!!! :dance::dance::dance:

Aloha


USCIS

Dec. 1, 2009 - Husband mailed I-130 thru Express Mail

Dec. 2, 2009 - I-130 delivered at 9:52 AM and item was signed for by L BOX

Dec. 8, 2009 - Check cashed/cleared

Dec. 11, 2009 - NOA1 hardcopy received thru mail (Receipt date Dec. 9)

Mar.11, 2010 - NOA2 Approved (Email received)

NVC

Mar.18, 2010 - NVC case number assigned and gave email addresses

Mar.26, 2010 - DS3032 and AOS Bill email received

Mar.26, 2010 - Emailed DS3032 and paid AOS Bill online

Mar.29, 2010 - AOS Bill shows paid (Cover sheet printed)

Mar 31, 2010 - DS3032 email accepted and IV Bill generated

Mar.31, 2010 - Paid IV Bill online

Apr. 1, 2010 - Sent AOS packet thru Express Mail

Apr. 2, 2010 - AOS packet delivered at 11 AM and item was signed for by N VISA CENTER

Apr. 5, 2010 - IV Bill shows paid (Cover sheet printed)

May 5, 2010 - DS230 packet sent to husband

May 11, 2010 - Husband mailed DS230 packet thru Express Mail

May 12, 2010 - DS230 packet delivered at 11:15am and item was signed for by N VISA CENTER

May 20, 2010 - AVR updated (Checklist Letter Response received May 20, 2010)

May 27, 2010 - SIF!!! (Sign-in Failed)

May 28, 2010 - NVC AVR - Case Complete

June 16-17, 2010 - Medical (PASSED)

July 6, 2010 - Interview at 630am (PASSED)

July 7, 2010 - Picked-up visa at 9am then went to CFO to get the sticker

July 14, 2010 - Hubby and I will depart for the US together

Thank you Lord!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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That is wonderful, congrats!


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Thanks guys!!!!!!! :D


04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart

04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other

06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well

(chat, email and calls,)

01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person

09/04/2008 - He left the States for me

09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport

10/08/2008 - We got married

01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130

04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved

06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!

07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]

07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband

(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)

07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters

08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]

04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents

05/11/12 - Biometrics

12/26/12 - RFE

12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

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Filed: Other Country: India
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Thank you to all the VJ members here who helped us all the way to the end of the filling up paper and giving informations and advises. I got visa approved without proving my USC husband's US domicile . It was really God's favor to us and answered prayer. To all out there who are filing DCF (CR-1). Here was our experience:

5:30 am - lined up on USE Manila (show appt. letter and ID).

6:00 am - Orientation what is not allowed to bring inside (Only USC have privilage to bring their CP inside)Went inside things were scanned; lined up to the window for number, give DS-230 1 & 2 and 2 pcs visa foto.

6:15 am - Finger scanning (nice american on window 16).

6:20 am - Pre - screener (asked was basic infos,1-864,BC,MC,CEMAR,NBI all original) She was so nice.

7:45 am - Pay to cashier.

8:20 am - called for final interview (with my USC husband inside)

Greeted each other. Nice gentleman Consul was nice also.

Were asked basic infos and typing it to the computer , not so many questions unlike the pre - screener.

He said my medical is ok and then everything looks ok. Your visa is approved. Welcome to America!

We thank him he said ok no problem.

Proving domicile was not asked thank God, but we have all the evidences though. It was the 1-864 he was checking, some wedding fotos and marriage docs. Hope this helps! :)

Congratulations... :dance:

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Congratulations!


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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Thank you all! Thanks also sharing all your ideas about the questions i asked for ! :D God bless yes God is good all the time for all who trust the Lord!


04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart

04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other

06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well

(chat, email and calls,)

01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person

09/04/2008 - He left the States for me

09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport

10/08/2008 - We got married

01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130

04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved

06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!

07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]

07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband

(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)

07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters

08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]

04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents

05/11/12 - Biometrics

12/26/12 - RFE

12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

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