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extend the fiancée petition

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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hi! ok first of all thank you all for this forum it has helped me so much and guided me through all of this with out a lawyer:D...okk here goes our petition was approved on April 25 2011 and it spend only 4 days at the national visa center in where the case was sent to the wrong embassy in Buenos Aires. i was hoping to catch it at the NVC before it left so i could do the change from there but due to some wrong and different information we were not able to change the case to Colombia. the case arrived in Buenos Aires Argentina a week later in where we contacted both embassies for the change to Colombia, the case left Argentina but it has not arrived to Colombia, we only have 2 months for the rest of the process and i think is not going to be enough time ...so how can i extend my fiancée petition another 4 months until we get our interview date? i really do not want it to expire we have been through so much i just want everything to go as smooth as possible please helpp!!


3/21/2009: saw each other in colombia after many years.

6/25/2009: visited colombia relationship started!

12/20/2009: visited colombia spende the holidays with him and family<3

1/14/2010: he moved to buenos aires (study)

3/14/2010: we both visited colombia <3 great week!

6/30/2010: i visited buenos aires for a month

11/24/2010: i became a US citizen

11/26/2010: filed I-129f

12/2/2010: NOA 1

12/09/2010: touched

Waiting for NOA2

every day is a step closer to finally being with you!!!!!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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They will extend the date as needed in Columbia...


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