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HI FRIEND I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO IM REALLT SO SAD COZ I WILL LEAVE EVRYTHING MOM DAD SISTERS BROTHERS FAMILY MY FRIENDS AND MY COUNTRY THE FIRST TIME I WILL LEAVE TO FAR COUNTRY AND I DONT KNOW HOW IS LIFE THERE AND I WILL BE LONEY IM SURE WILL BE HARD AND IM SURE ANYONE LEAVE TO THERE HAD SOME MY FEELING I THINK THIS LIFE I HOPE I CAN MEET NICE FRIENDS THERE MAYBE THEY WILL HELP ME TOO OH I FORGET TO TELL U NEXT WEEK INSHallah IM LEAVING GOOD LUCK FRIENDS

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Insha'Allah everything will be fine! I'll make Dua for you....Good luck!


AOS From B2 Journey

8/13/10: AOS Package Sent

8/16/10: Package Received at Chicago Lock Box

8/26/10: Checks Cleared and Case Transferred to NBC

8/30/10: NOA Text/ Email and Hard Copy

8/31/10: Case Status Appears On USCIS Site

9/9/10: I-130 I-485 I-765 Touched

10/5/10: Called USCIS abt "No Bio Letter" / Service Request

10/13/10: Hard Copy Service Request

10/20/10: I-765 I-485 Touched

10/21/10: I-765 I-485 Touched Again :-)

10/23/10: Biometric Letter Received For Nov 15 App

11/15/10: Biometric Appointment

11/15/10: EAD Approved..... I-485 & I-765 Touched

11/16/10: Card Production Ordered.....I-485 & I-765 Touched

11/19/10: Card Production text and email received again for I-765. I-765 Touched

11/23/10: EAD Received

11/29/10: Applied for ID and SS card

12/04/10: SS card and AOS Interview Letter received

01/04/11: AOS Interview..APPROVED!!!

01/13/11: Green Card Received

ROC JOURNEY

10/09/12: ROC Filed

10/12/12: Package delivered to VCS

10/17/12: Check cashed, but no NOA1 yet.

10/20/12: NOA1 hardcopy received. Dated 10/15/12

11/09/12: Biometrics Notice

12/04/12: Biometrics Done

01/04/13: 2yr GC expires

04/26/13: RFE :-(

05/22/13: REF Response Mailed

06/06/13: Text and Email update: Card production ordered!!!

06/10/13: USCIS update about card mailed!

06/12/13: CARD RECEIVED!!! dancin5hr.gif

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Where u going to? Might help finding ppl if they know where u will be living :) Best of luck...just try to keep an openmind to all the changes.

Monica :)


VJ Timeline (see "About Me" for full timeline)

1/2009 Met Online

11/2009 1st visit to Morocco (2 weeks), Officially Proposed, Engagement Party!!

12/31/2009 K1 NOA1

2/26/2010 NOA2 APPROVED!!!

3/2010 2nd trip to Morocco (3.5 months)

5/18/2010 Interview Results: told to wait for call

6/14/2010 Visa denied per Section 221(g)

9/27/2010 NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) Received

12/1/2010 NOID Reaffirmed & Returned for visa processing (back to Casa for another interview)

2/2/2011 Rebuttle Interview: APPROVED!!!

3/18/2011 VISA IN HAND!!

4/8/2011 Arrive in US through JFK (20 mins total time)

6/9/2011 MARRIED!!!

7/2013 Divorced

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Hey, dont worry. Im sure everything will be just fine. You fiance will take good care of you. Goodbyes dont have to be forever, you will see your family again. Be strong, and have an open mind. When one door closes, another opens! Good luck.

As Monica said above, you should let us know what area you will be in. You might have friends from Visajourney close by!

Danni


4/16/10- I129F Sent by Danni

4/20/10- I129F Received at VSC

4/22/10- NOA1 sent from VSC

4/26/10- NOA1 received by Danni

6/28/10- NOA2 Received by text and email at 11:32pm

6/29/10- NVC Received K1 package

7/02/10- NVC packaged K1 to send to embassy (but probably didn't ship till the 6th, due to the holiday weekend)

7/08/10- Algeria Embassy received Package sent from NVC

7/26/10- Received Packet 3 Via Email, after I called them to inquire about it.

8/15/10- Medical Exam 9 am

8/17/10 INTERVIEW!!! Resulted in Admin Review

10/04/10 Embassy Interviewed Hamza's Dad over the telephone

10/06/10 Embassy Interviewed me over the phone

11/30/10 Embassy Emailed Hamza, with approval Notice!!!!!

12/23/10 Finally Visa in hand. Took little under a month from visa approval, till issuance.

12/31/10 Hamza's Flight to the USA!

12/31/10...7:19 PM Hamza Arrived in the US! Best New Years Ever!

2/22/11 Married!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-d8faZtdOc

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I won't tell you that it's going to be easy.. There will be times that are really tough for you.. But anything that's good is worth fighting hard for, and you'll be making your own new family in America. Just take your time, ask a lot of questions, and try to relax. Your family must be so proud of you ^_^

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Abyaly, you will be ok... Habibi was scared when he first came and he gets homesick sometimes.. i know it's hard, but it will be ok... you can always go and visit your family... i know it's not the same as living there again with them... you can call them, get on the computer or webcam and talk to them... you will be fine... i'm praying for you.. don't forget you have friends on visa journey who care about you too... so you're never alone.. God bless you and your new life here in America.. we welcome you with open arms :thumbs::dance::thumbs::dance::star:


Passage Revelation 19:11:

11And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

"satan is real and he's playing for keeps
God is realer and we are His sheep
which side are you on, CHOOSE, start moving your feet
choose JESUS and have ETERNAL PEACE" by GOD to me on 9/26/10 about 2am
Thank you Jesus!!!!


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Abdel Halim Hafez Qariat al Fingan


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You know, it's actually a good thing that you're a bit nervous and scared. It means you don't have unreasonable expectations and you won't be as disapointed when things aren't great right away. You will probably have some tough times in the beginning with missing your family, friends and familiar surroundings as well as adjusting to a new environment. If you and your wife are patient and understand each other well, you'll do fine. :)


"The truth will set you free. But first, it will piss you off.

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I can understand your worries. You are leaving everything you know to a land unknown. Just know that it will take time to get adjusted, find work, and friends. My husband has been here 4 years now. It will be tough the first year. When Hachemi first got here he was shy and quiet. Hachemi could speak English, although not perfectly. When someone spoke to him, he looked at me like I needed to explain to him what was said. Now four years later, I cant get him to shut up. LOL. He has so many friends now. He learned to drive and now he goes everywhere by himself without me having to worry about him. He went to college, and earned a 2nd degree. If you are worried about being an Arab man married an American women, please dont. It has not been a problem for us. Here in the US there are so many diverse people, races and religions and many mixed marriages among these.

When you get here, dont just sit around and do nothing. Find a good computer English program. Hachemi stayed up many nights studying the English language. We live in a very rural area, so we did not have access to English as a second language courses. Maybe you will be lucky to live in an area that provide these services. He talked to his family every week on skype with webcam for hours. That really helped him not be so homesick. I hope you live near a Mosque so that you can meet people. At the time Hachemi came to the USA, the closest Mosque was a hour drive. Now they have opened a new Mosque about 30 minutes drive. He met an Algerian man, and about 7 or 8 men from Morrocco. They play soccer every Sunday and Hachemi has had a good time hanging out with them. As soon as you start working, try to put back a little money every paycheck in a savings account for a trip back home. It's very expensive to go home. Hachemi wouldnt go back home until we had enough money for both of us to go, so it took a little longer for us to save. (Four years exactly) We are going for the month of November, Inshaallah. Hachemi is so excited about seeing his family.

Congratulations on your approval. I hope you have a nice trip to the US and a wonderful reunion with your love.

Meriem (F)


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i hope your wife has a good handle on 'stuff' in her city, for you.

If she doesn't, then , at least- YOU

find the local mosque, sit down with the Imam or Muallah, have a long talk,

once yer in the USA, in yer wife's city.

Good Luck !


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Hi Abyaly,

When you are in the US and if you want to practice English at home, go on Livemocha.com. You can find me as RUBYMEADOW. I used to teach ESL to foreigners in San Francisco and I help people on that site. I'll help you with any questions you have. Also, it is a good idea to find the local mosque. Then you can speak Arabic if you want and make friends. There is usually activities that go on at the mosque, depending on where you are. Try to see this as a new experience, instead of comparing it so much with your life there. It is going to be a different composition from what you are used to. In time, you will adjust. Even I had to adjust, and I just moved from the North to the South of the US. Ha ha. Just be open to your new experience. Keep an open-mind about everything.

Take care and don't lose touch with people here.

Regards,

Lisa


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K1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : Texas Service Center
Consulate : Morocco
I-129F Sent : 2011-03-07
I-129F NOA2 : 2011-07-08
Interview Date : 2011-11-01
Interview Result : Approved
Visa Received : 2011-11-03
US Entry : 2012-02-28
Marriage : 2012-03-05
AOS sent: 05/16/2012
AOS received USCIS: 5/23/2012
EAD Delivered: 8/3/2012
AOS Interview: 08/20/2012.
Green Card Received: 08/27/2012

ROC Form Sent 07/17/2014

ROC NOA 07/24/2014
ROC Biometrics Appt. 8/21/2014
ROC RFE 10/2014 Evidence sent 1/4/2014

ROC Approval Letter received 1/13/2015

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