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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi everyone, I need some help filling out the I-130 and g325a application. I just got back from Vietnam, I was over there to do the wedding with my wife and also to dang ky ket hon. Now I am ready to file CR-1 for my wife. For the address section on both form, do I put the address exactly how the post office in Vietnam look at it. Like Province I should just but Tinh. I read on a topic that says just put the address in Vietnamese instead of English because the Consulate will send forms to the that specific address and that it is easier for the postman to read it in Vietnamese. If it is in English than it might confuse the postman and might delay the mail. I also read on a topic that says print your name not type your name on the application which ask me to print my name and signature. If I type my name than my application will be rejected. Is that true, can anyone verify this???? Thanks for you help Visa Journey.


IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marriage (if applicable): 2010-07-09

I-130 Sent : 2011-01-28

I-130 NOA1 : 2011-02-07

I-130 Approved : 2011-05-17

NVC Received : 2011-05-31

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill : 2011-06-06

Pay I-864 Bill: 2011-06-06

Receive I-864 Package :

Return Completed I-864 : 2011-06-16

Return Completed DS-3032(emailed) : 2011-06-04

Receive IV Bill : 2011-06-10

Pay IV Bill : 2011-06-10

Receive Instruction Package :

Case Completed at NVC : 2011-07-25

Interview Date : 2011-09-14

Interview Result : Passed/Pink

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

Hi everyone, I need some help filling out the I-130 and g325a application. I just got back from Vietnam, I was over there to do the wedding with my wife and also to dang ky ket hon. Now I am ready to file CR-1 for my wife. For the address section on both form, do I put the address exactly how the post office in Vietnam look at it. Like Province I should just but Tinh. I read on a topic that says just put the address in Vietnamese instead of English because the Consulate will send forms to the that specific address and that it is easier for the postman to read it in Vietnamese. If it is in English than it might confuse the postman and might delay the mail. I also read on a topic that says print your name not type your name on the application which ask me to print my name and signature. If I type my name than my application will be rejected. Is that true, can anyone verify this???? Thanks for you help Visa Journey.

my lawyer filled out mine looks like english meaning without the "dau"

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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So was it in English or Vietnamese??? You mean no "dau" but in Vietnamese right???


IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marriage (if applicable): 2010-07-09

I-130 Sent : 2011-01-28

I-130 NOA1 : 2011-02-07

I-130 Approved : 2011-05-17

NVC Received : 2011-05-31

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill : 2011-06-06

Pay I-864 Bill: 2011-06-06

Receive I-864 Package :

Return Completed I-864 : 2011-06-16

Return Completed DS-3032(emailed) : 2011-06-04

Receive IV Bill : 2011-06-10

Pay IV Bill : 2011-06-10

Receive Instruction Package :

Case Completed at NVC : 2011-07-25

Interview Date : 2011-09-14

Interview Result : Passed/Pink

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So was it in English or Vietnamese??? You mean no "dau" but in Vietnamese right???

I was guess it's in Vietnamese. In my case, I input in English..Example:

Address:

Tran Thi Thom

14/38 CMT8 St

Ward 11, District 3

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I believe you can enter the address in Vietnamese...my friend he did without 'dau'...Example:

Nguyen Thi Be Trang

Khom 6, To 3, Ap Hiep-Hoa

Xa Hiep-Hoa, Huyen Duc-Hoa

Tinh Long-An, Vietnam


Second K1: I-129F Timeline

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Sept 15, 2007: I-129F sent to VSC

Sept 24, 2007: NOA1 hard copy received

Jan 25, 2008: Approved

Feb 01, 2008: NOA2 hard copy received

April 24, 20008: Interviewed

May 06, 2008: Received Visa

May 11, 2008: Entry to US "Chicago"

May 15, 2008: Registered Marriage's license

Sept 19, 2008: Received Green Card w/o interview

=========================

***Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

June 19,2010 - I751 Package sent to VSC

June 28,2010 - Received NOA1

July 07, 2010 - Biometrics appt

August 09, 2010 - Approved w/o Interview

August 19, 2010 - 10 Year Green Card Received

++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Feb 2012 - Received U.S Citizenship

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