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how the heck do i translate the word "hia"? for example: hia oi, hia dang lam gi? or hia co khoe khong? it's a word my wife use to call me. i know it's a formal way of saying brother or husband but seriously if i translate it then it would go like: oh husband, are what are you doing? or are you well husband? that just sounds weird to me. also im starting going to mail my i-130 and how much evidence of a bonafide marriage. i have lots of pictuers, emails and mails. not to mention airplane tickets, receipt from hotels and restuarants.


5/18/2008 - Went to Vietnam for first time with brother

5/25/2008 - Cousin intro Tu, asked for number, began relationship, many phone calls, letters, emails

6/20/2009 - Went to Vietnam for sec time with dad

7/27/2009 - Dam Hoi, received marriage certificate, went to many places for vacation

6/4/2010 - Vietnam for third time with mother

6/19/2010 - Got married, went to many places for vacation

7/3/2010 - Mail out I-130

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never heard of this word either.... :blush:


USCIS

01/25/2010 I-130 Sent

02/03/2010 I-130 NOA1 hard copy received in mail

03/19/2010 NOA2 Approved

03/22/2010 NOA2 received (email)

03/26/2010 NOA2 hard copy received in mail

Your I-130 was approved in 44 days from your NOA1 date.

NVC

03/26/2010 : Case Number Assigned

03/26/2010 : E-Mails Given to NVC Operator

03/30/2010 : Received DS-3032 and AOS Bill

03/31/2010 : DS-3032 Sent by E-Mail

03/31/2010 : Paid AOS Bill Online

04/01/2010 : Received IV Bill

04/01/2010 : Paid IV Bill

04/03/2010 : DS-3032 Accepted (email received)

04/05/2010 : IV Bill and AOS Bill showed Paid (Still waiting for PCC)

04/15/2010 : AOS and Documents Sent

04/15/2010 : Return Completed DS-230 and Documents

04/21/2010 : AVR received

04/29/2010 : Log-In Failed

04/29/2010 : Case Completed at NVC

04/30/2010 : Interview Date Assigned

JUNE 16, 2010 @8:00 A.M.

Your interview took 133 days from your I-130 NOA1 date.

EMBASSY

06/10/2010 : Medical Exam

06/16/2010 : Interview Date

07/02/2010 : Visa Received

07/07/2010 : POE at Chicago

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Filed: Timeline

im from soc trang vietnam wwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeee


5/18/2008 - Went to Vietnam for first time with brother

5/25/2008 - Cousin intro Tu, asked for number, began relationship, many phone calls, letters, emails

6/20/2009 - Went to Vietnam for sec time with dad

7/27/2009 - Dam Hoi, received marriage certificate, went to many places for vacation

6/4/2010 - Vietnam for third time with mother

6/19/2010 - Got married, went to many places for vacation

7/3/2010 - Mail out I-130

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
Timeline

not a word used in the north...


"Every one of us bears within himself the possibilty of all passions, all destinies of life in all its forms. Nothing human is foreign to us" - Edward G. Robinson.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline

It's a chinese word for "brother". I believe that your SO's great grandparent originated from China many years ago and the the wayof calling still is passing down to your SO.

You often hear "hia" if you travel to Soc Trang and Tra Vinh region.

Edited by hieumin

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I only heard of "Anh", "Mi`nh", "Ong Xa",

My fiance call me Ong Xa.. lol.. sound old, but I like it.. I just call her "EM" :)

Q.T.


Tran Quoc Tho

Event Date

I-130 Sent : 2010-11-27

I-130 NOA1 : 2010-12-09

I-130 RFE(s) : None

I-130 Approved : 2011-04-21

NVC Received : 2011-05-04

Received DS-3032 / I864 Bill: 2011-05-10

Paid I-864 Bill: 2011-05-12

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It's a chinese word for "brother". I believe that your SO's great grandparent originated from China many years ago and the the wayof calling still is passing down to your SO.

You often hear "hia" if you travel to Soc Trang and Tra Vinh region.

Hieumin's explanation is on the mark.

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