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My Toney got his poolice clearance when he was in Liberia back in December, but he realized (NOW) :bonk: they put his OLD passport number on it instead of his NEW number from the renewed passport (he had completed). What should he do in this little timeframe? There is no way he can travel back home to get it (takes too long), so can his mom email (scan) it and he take a copy version along with the wrong one with them at his interview? Do you think they will allow this to happen?


[color="#4B0082"]K-1 Visa (Long Awaited) Journey:

01-07-2009- Met thru a friend online

05-25-2010- Our first meeting in Dakar, Senegal

06-01-2010- Proposal...

10-01-2010- Sent I-129f to TX

10-06-2010- Text & Email K-1 Rec'd by Texas Office (forward K-1 to VSC)

10-08-2010- BOA check cleared

10-12-2010- Rec'd NOA 1 (hardcopy) by Postal Service

10-14-2010- "Touched"

03-07-2011- 5 month mark/called USCIS for SRMT/told to callback 30 days later

03-07-2011- Emailed Senator Nelson

03-15-2011- Rec'd email from Senator/Release of Record Request

03-28-2011- Letter from Senator to give them 30-45 days to find out something

04-06-2011- 30 days expired/was told to give 25 more days

04-12-2011- Put in an Expedite Request "ONPT"

04-14-2011- Rec'd Email Notice of APPROVAL NOA2

04-25-2011- NVC rec'd case, NEW Case number given

04-26-2011- Senator sends me a letter "They found I am APPROVED" (no kidding)

04-28-2011- Package left the NVC heading to Dakar, Senegal

05-02-2011- Package Rec'd at Consulate

05-03-2011- Set Medical Exam and Interview Dates

05-09-2011- Medical Exam Completed and picked up

05-12-2011- INTERVIEW!

e’Rica & Toney

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Copys of police clearance are not accepted. It must be an original.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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I know it might sound irrealistic but it is better to gather some money and pay for a flight or something to get him tere or get the original documents than take the big risk to hae a big delay and still have to go there anyays!.. Sorry for the bad news..

It will be over in couple of weeks max..

Take care.

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FYI...at the interview they took the old passport number listed police clearance along with his current country clearance. So everything turned out just fine!


[color="#4B0082"]K-1 Visa (Long Awaited) Journey:

01-07-2009- Met thru a friend online

05-25-2010- Our first meeting in Dakar, Senegal

06-01-2010- Proposal...

10-01-2010- Sent I-129f to TX

10-06-2010- Text & Email K-1 Rec'd by Texas Office (forward K-1 to VSC)

10-08-2010- BOA check cleared

10-12-2010- Rec'd NOA 1 (hardcopy) by Postal Service

10-14-2010- "Touched"

03-07-2011- 5 month mark/called USCIS for SRMT/told to callback 30 days later

03-07-2011- Emailed Senator Nelson

03-15-2011- Rec'd email from Senator/Release of Record Request

03-28-2011- Letter from Senator to give them 30-45 days to find out something

04-06-2011- 30 days expired/was told to give 25 more days

04-12-2011- Put in an Expedite Request "ONPT"

04-14-2011- Rec'd Email Notice of APPROVAL NOA2

04-25-2011- NVC rec'd case, NEW Case number given

04-26-2011- Senator sends me a letter "They found I am APPROVED" (no kidding)

04-28-2011- Package left the NVC heading to Dakar, Senegal

05-02-2011- Package Rec'd at Consulate

05-03-2011- Set Medical Exam and Interview Dates

05-09-2011- Medical Exam Completed and picked up

05-12-2011- INTERVIEW!

e’Rica & Toney

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