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Hi Ladies and Gents,

It has been quite a while since I have been here, but I thought I would write about our experience trying to get Tourist Visas for my Mom, Dad, and Brother-in-Laws.

We started all the paperwork early this year and got our appointment, but ended up having to cancel it because of the riots in Bangkok. However we rescheduled it and got an appointment the last week of June. WE SENT EVERYTHING WE COULD THINK OF; photos, IRS returns, ID's and my in laws had a lot of paperwork. They took their title of the small house they owned and bank statements. My brother was unemployed at the age of 38. I also wrote a great letter, (in my opinion), to invite them all to visit.

Well, to make a long story short, they traveled from Central Thailand in the wee hours of the morning to make their 8:00am appointment. They turned in their package with all the photos and forms and the girl at the embassy window gave everything back except the letter I wrote. They were called in for their interview a few minutes late and sat down with the embassy official, which was an american that spoke fluent Thai. The only paperwork that the interviewer had in front of her was my letter; everthing else as I said, was given back to my in-laws earlier.

What happened next was weird. They never even talked to my mother and father-in-law. They only asked questions to my brother-in-law. Apparently he did not answer the questions correctly and he was given his passport back, while they kept my parent-in-law's passport. My brother-in-law was disaproved and my parents-in-laws was approved.

Just a few days later, (today), my parents got their passports back with a 10 year Tourist Visa! My wife and I are so happy! We wish my brother was approved, but he was unemployed. My parents were retired and in their 60's and 70's.

We hope to bring them here in November of this year or later in February of next year.

I hope everyone has the luck that we did and I hope this helps. If you have anymore questions, feel free to respond.

Thanks for listening,

Reach449


SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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Hi Ladies and Gents,

It has been quite a while since I have been here, but I thought I would write about our experience trying to get Tourist Visas for my Mom, Dad, and Brother-in-Laws.

We started all the paperwork early this year and got our appointment, but ended up having to cancel it because of the riots in Bangkok. However we rescheduled it and got an appointment the last week of June. WE SENT EVERYTHING WE COULD THINK OF; photos, IRS returns, ID's and my in laws had a lot of paperwork. They took their title of the small house they owned and bank statements. My brother was unemployed at the age of 38. I also wrote a great letter, (in my opinion), to invite them all to visit.

Well, to make a long story short, they traveled from Central Thailand in the wee hours of the morning to make their 8:00am appointment. They turned in their package with all the photos and forms and the girl at the embassy window gave everything back except the letter I wrote. They were called in for their interview a few minutes late and sat down with the embassy official, which was an american that spoke fluent Thai. The only paperwork that the interviewer had in front of her was my letter; everthing else as I said, was given back to my in-laws earlier.

What happened next was weird. They never even talked to my mother and father-in-law. They only asked questions to my brother-in-law. Apparently he did not answer the questions correctly and he was given his passport back, while they kept my parent-in-law's passport. My brother-in-law was disaproved and my parents-in-laws was approved.

Just a few days later, (today), my parents got their passports back with a 10 year Tourist Visa! My wife and I are so happy! We wish my brother was approved, but he was unemployed. My parents were retired and in their 60's and 70's.

We hope to bring them here in November of this year or later in February of next year.

I hope everyone has the luck that we did and I hope this helps. If you have anymore questions, feel free to respond.

Thanks for listening,

Reach449

Very interesting. I thought about bringing my wife's parents here for a visit. I never thought they could get a visa. They have a house and 7 rai in Sisaket, so sounds like it might be a possibility. Thanks for the post.


Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Bangkok, Thailand

Marriage : 2006-11-08

I-130 Sent : 2008-02-22

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-03-10

I-129F Sent : 2008-04-08

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-04-14

I-129F touched: 2008-05-06

I-130 touched: 2008-05-09

I-129F approved 2008-09-05

I-130 approved 2008-09-05

NVC received 2008-09-12

Pay I-864 2008-10-08

Pay IV bill 2008-10-08

Receive Instruction 2008-11-05

Case Complete 2008-11-18

Medical 2009-01-19/20 passed

Receive Pkt 4 2009-01-30

Interview 221g 2009-02-23

Second interview 2009-03-02 Approved

POE DFW 2009-03-07

Received SS card 2009-03-17

Received GC 2009-04-01

Done for 3 years or 10 years. Haven't decided yet.

(I'm going for the IR-1 and blowing off the K-3. Even if it takes an extra couple months, it's worth it to not have to deal with USCIS again)

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Note:

Please fill out I-130, wait 6 months for approval, then 3 more months for an interview. (Unless of course we've bombed your country into the stone age, then you qualify for expedited processing.)

Welcome to the USA!!!

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Hi Ladies and Gents,

It has been quite a while since I have been here, but I thought I would write about our experience trying to get Tourist Visas for my Mom, Dad, and Brother-in-Laws.

We started all the paperwork early this year and got our appointment, but ended up having to cancel it because of the riots in Bangkok. However we rescheduled it and got an appointment the last week of June. WE SENT EVERYTHING WE COULD THINK OF; photos, IRS returns, ID's and my in laws had a lot of paperwork. They took their title of the small house they owned and bank statements. My brother was unemployed at the age of 38. I also wrote a great letter, (in my opinion), to invite them all to visit.

Well, to make a long story short, they traveled from Central Thailand in the wee hours of the morning to make their 8:00am appointment. They turned in their package with all the photos and forms and the girl at the embassy window gave everything back except the letter I wrote. They were called in for their interview a few minutes late and sat down with the embassy official, which was an american that spoke fluent Thai. The only paperwork that the interviewer had in front of her was my letter; everthing else as I said, was given back to my in-laws earlier.

What happened next was weird. They never even talked to my mother and father-in-law. They only asked questions to my brother-in-law. Apparently he did not answer the questions correctly and he was given his passport back, while they kept my parent-in-law's passport. My brother-in-law was disaproved and my parents-in-laws was approved.

Just a few days later, (today), my parents got their passports back with a 10 year Tourist Visa! My wife and I are so happy! We wish my brother was approved, but he was unemployed. My parents were retired and in their 60's and 70's.

We hope to bring them here in November of this year or later in February of next year.

I hope everyone has the luck that we did and I hope this helps. If you have anymore questions, feel free to respond.

Thanks for listening,

Reach449

It seems like this is always a hit-or-miss situation. I've talked to people who have secured tourist visas for relatives who have very little income and a low-paying job. It seems like a letter from a USC and/or LPR truly helps, as this appears to be a common theme in many of the approved B2 visa apps. We are going to attempt to obtain a B2 for my wife's mom soon and plan on including a letter from us and a letter from my wife's sister and BIL (at least) to show ties to Thailand.


K1: 01/15/2009 (mailed I-129F) - 06/23/2009 (visa received)

AOS: 08/08/2009 (mailed I-485, I-765, & I-131) - 10/29/2009 (received GC)

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Hi Ladies and Gents,

It has been quite a while since I have been here, but I thought I would write about our experience trying to get Tourist Visas for my Mom, Dad, and Brother-in-Laws.

We started all the paperwork early this year and got our appointment, but ended up having to cancel it because of the riots in Bangkok. However we rescheduled it and got an appointment the last week of June. WE SENT EVERYTHING WE COULD THINK OF; photos, IRS returns, ID's and my in laws had a lot of paperwork. They took their title of the small house they owned and bank statements. My brother was unemployed at the age of 38. I also wrote a great letter, (in my opinion), to invite them all to visit.

Well, to make a long story short, they traveled from Central Thailand in the wee hours of the morning to make their 8:00am appointment. They turned in their package with all the photos and forms and the girl at the embassy window gave everything back except the letter I wrote. They were called in for their interview a few minutes late and sat down with the embassy official, which was an american that spoke fluent Thai. The only paperwork that the interviewer had in front of her was my letter; everthing else as I said, was given back to my in-laws earlier.

What happened next was weird. They never even talked to my mother and father-in-law. They only asked questions to my brother-in-law. Apparently he did not answer the questions correctly and he was given his passport back, while they kept my parent-in-law's passport. My brother-in-law was disaproved and my parents-in-laws was approved.

Just a few days later, (today), my parents got their passports back with a 10 year Tourist Visa! My wife and I are so happy! We wish my brother was approved, but he was unemployed. My parents were retired and in their 60's and 70's.

We hope to bring them here in November of this year or later in February of next year.

I hope everyone has the luck that we did and I hope this helps. If you have anymore questions, feel free to respond.

Thanks for listening,

Reach449

Congrats on the TVs.

My stepson who graduated from Chula U. on July 8 may want to come next year.

An awesome career with the Nestlé corporation would be his reason for returning,

so I hope it won't be too much of a hassle. With aged parents it's usually not

so hard, they are happy to get home after visiting.

My brother and his family just returned yesterday from an awesome 2 weeks in Austria.

If Americans had to show the deeds for their houses to do a little foreign travel, there

would be a lot of empty planes out there.


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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How does a 10-year tourist visa work?

Is it 10 years of multiple entries of under X months each?


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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How does a 10-year tourist visa work?

Is it 10 years of multiple entries of under X months each?

I haven't asked my inlaws how long the visits can be, (it is stated on the VISA itself), but they are usually for up to many months at a time and many visits as you want during the ten years. You are essentially cleared to visit as much as you like withing the next 10 years. I will know more when I talk to them and ask them the limitations. I will post when I find out.

Reach449


SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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Congrats on the TVs.

My stepson who graduated from Chula U. on July 8 may want to come next year.

An awesome career with the Nestlé corporation would be his reason for returning,

so I hope it won't be too much of a hassle. With aged parents it's usually not

so hard, they are happy to get home after visiting.

My brother and his family just returned yesterday from an awesome 2 weeks in Austria.

If Americans had to show the deeds for their houses to do a little foreign travel, there

would be a lot of empty planes out there.

If your stepson has a good career with Nestle in Thailand and is established with them; it will be easy for him to get a Tourist Visa. My wife had a good career and she could have got one if she needed, as her business would write a letter and endorse her. Many of her fellow female/male co-workers came to the USA to visit. She worked in the Pharaceutical Business as a rep and salesperson.

Reach449


SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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If your stepson has a good career with Nestle in Thailand and is established with them; it will be easy for him to get a Tourist Visa. My wife had a good career and she could have got one if she needed, as her business would write a letter and endorse her. Many of her fellow female/male co-workers came to the USA to visit. She worked in the Pharaceutical Business as a rep and salesperson.

Reach449

I figured as much but it's good to get some confirmation as my wife has mentioned it as a wish several times.

I didn't want to raise her hopes if there was not a firm expectation of a positive result. I just said I thought he

would be able to get a visa but we'll have to research it a bit more. His co-workers may be better sources of

info for what administrative steps he has to do to get an "endorsement" as you say. They make a bigger thing

of graduation ceremonies over there. I believe the school term was over in March while the ceremony took place

on July 8.

I haven't asked my inlaws how long the visits can be, (it is stated on the VISA itself), but they are usually for up to many months at a time and many visits as you want during the ten years. You are essentially cleared to visit as much as you like withing the next 10 years. I will know more when I talk to them and ask them the limitations. I will post when I find out.

Reach449

Thanks for the info :thumbs:

TD4Me


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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I have my interview on the 26th of July so I will tell you all how it went. I have all the documents(bank statements+payslips, work contract, invitation letter, round trip ticket, letter from my manager aproving my holiday, lease from my flat) so what happens happens:)

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Hi...

Can you give us an idea of what was the content of your letter? We are planning to invite my mother and sis in law next year.


04-09-2012-------------------- Sent N-400y date: 04/11/12)

05-11-2012-------------------- Biometric Letter received!

04-16-2012-------------------- NOA received (Priority date:04/11/12)

05-25-2012-------------------- Early Biometric !!!!(05-31-12--- Biometric Appnt.)

05-30-2012---------------------Placed in Lined for Interview Scheduling!!!

06-29-2012---------------------N-400 Notification,Scheduled for Interview!

07-05-2012---------------------Interview Letter received!

07-30-2012---------------------Interview! APPROVED!!!!

08-08-2012---------------------Oath Letter recieved!

08-15-2012---------------------Oath Ceremony!!!!

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I haven't asked my inlaws how long the visits can be, (it is stated on the VISA itself), but they are usually for up to many months at a time and many visits as you want during the ten years. You are essentially cleared to visit as much as you like withing the next 10 years. I will know more when I talk to them and ask them the limitations. I will post when I find out.

Reach449

Be careful. A B-2 vias does not allow you to come and go from the United States as you please. If you take too many trips and spend too much time here you run the risk of having the officer at the airport determine that you are no longer a visitor but are really residing in the US. S/He will then void the visa and send you back. Also, remember that a visa is not an automatic entry into the US: you have to convince the airport officer each time that you are really a visitor and don't intend to work or study in the US. Most of the time this isn't a problem, but sometimes they are just in a bad mood and give you a hard time. Stephen Traylor Attorney at Law

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Hi...

Can you give us an idea of what was the content of your letter? We are planning to invite my mother and sis in law next year.

Hi,

It is simply a letter inviting them to come visit you. You can add what ever you like that make the interviewer feel "more at ease" with approval. I am not the LPR, my wife is, however I wrote the letter. I explained that I would be responsible for their healthcare, sustenance and housing while they were visiting my wife and I. And most important, I promised to have them on an airplane back to Thailand at the end of their stay. I explained how important I feel that they be able to share the cultural differences here in the USA as I had shared when I visited Thailand. I also explained how I was welcomed into their home and I would like to return the favor. The letter was only a page with all the headings and stuff.

I am a Veteren of the USAF and I metioned that. I don't know if that information helped and probably never will. If I can, next week when I am off of work I will try to post my letter here on this forum if I can figure out how to redac it and post it. I hope this helped.

Reach449

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SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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Be careful. A B-2 vias does not allow you to come and go from the United States as you please. If you take too many trips and spend too much time here you run the risk of having the officer at the airport determine that you are no longer a visitor but are really residing in the US. S/He will then void the visa and send you back. Also, remember that a visa is not an automatic entry into the US: you have to convince the airport officer each time that you are really a visitor and don't intend to work or study in the US. Most of the time this isn't a problem, but sometimes they are just in a bad mood and give you a hard time. Stephen Traylor Attorney at Law

Satraylor, (Attorney at Law),

I agree with almost everything you say, but don't be such a "spoil sport". Yes, a tourist can't be coming to visit ten times a year or stay six months at a time. I think most people here on VJ have enough smarts to realize points such as these that you mentioned. After all it is a Tourist Visa.....and yes the custom official determines the time of stay the visitor will have here and he can deny it. But like you said that rarely happens and as long as the Tourist are prepared for the entry, by letting customs know that they are only here for a few weeks visiting their relatives it really should be no problem. The people they send back, which is rare, are the ones that are hiding something or acting suspicious.

Reach449 (Aircraft Maintenance Technician)


SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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I have my interview on the 26th of July so I will tell you all how it went. I have all the documents(bank statements+payslips, work contract, invitation letter, round trip ticket, letter from my manager aproving my holiday, lease from my flat) so what happens happens:)

:thumbs:Good Luck Eddyy! Be sure to let us know how it went. We here at VJ wish you the best!

Reach449


SAO'S AND RANDY'S TIMELINES:

K-1

03/05/07-NAO1

06/03/07-NOA2

08/06/07-INTERVIEW>>PASSED INTERVIEW!!

08/21/07-POE LAX!!!

09/24/07-Wedding

AOS:

10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!

02/12/08-AOS APPROVED AT INTERVIEW; CARD ORDERED

02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!

04/28/2015-OATH

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