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I-134 form in USCIS site will be expiring on May 31,2011.. does anyone here who has an idea if when this form will be updated? I cant decide to when im going to set my interview date but we want to be 1st week of june, But my city is plane away from the embassy so my fiance needs to send the papers 10 days b4 the interview date via Fed-Ex.. im getting paranoid cause we are after on our estimated date for me to arrive in US.. please anyone has any idea? Thanks

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I-134 form in USCIS site will be expiring on May 31,2011.. does anyone here who has an idea if when this form will be updated? I cant decide to when im going to set my interview date but we want to be 1st week of june, But my city is plane away from the embassy so my fiance needs to send the papers 10 days b4 the interview date via Fed-Ex.. im getting paranoid cause we are after on our estimated date for me to arrive in US.. please anyone has any idea? Thanks

10 Days?!?! Are you sure? Any time I send something to the Philippines via FedEx, it sits in Philippine Customs for AT LEAST 2 or 3 weeks.


06/20/2002 - Introduced through her Aunt
07/05/2002 - Correspondence begins and continues for years; friendship and feelings slowly but surely grow stronger.
05/12/2009 - Met in Philippines! Stayed for two weeks and had a great time. Can't wait to go back!
10/11/2009 - She said YES! (became engaged)

USCIS
10/29/2010 - Mailed I-129F
11/08/2010 - Check cashed
11/11/2010 - Received NOA1 dated 11/05/2010 (My case landed in Vermont - #######!)
11/15/2010 - Touched
04/05/2011 - It's been 5 months and not a peep from USCIS/VSC :-(
04/19/2011 - Touched/Text Message and Email this AM (APPROVED!)
04/22/2011 - Hard copy NOA2 received (166 days)

US Embassy
(All dates are Philippines dates)
05/20/2011 - Birth Certificate error cleared up
06/03/2011 - Fiancee waiting for her Passport
06/03/2011 - Not a peep from the Embassy (Manila)
07/21/2011 - Passport obtained
07/22/2011 - Interview scheduled 8/4
08/01/2011 - Fiancee and family on first flight EVER, to Manila
08/02/2011 - Medical
08/03/2011 - Medical (Passed, no concerns)
08/04/2011 - Interview! Passed! (they think)
08/24/2011 - Received Embassy email indicating fiance's visa has been issued!
08/31/2011 - 09/13/2011 Philippines Vacation!
09/14/2011 - Arrived together in Dallas, TX!

11/11/2011 - Married!

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10 Days?!?! Are you sure? Any time I send something to the Philippines via FedEx, it sits in Philippine Customs for AT LEAST 2 or 3 weeks.

yes sir/maam a friend of mine here told me so.. well not really sure where he should send it cause some said UPS is faster than Fed-x..

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