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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
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Hi everyone,

I hope this hasn't been asked already but since I can't seem to find the answer anywhere, you guys are my best bet. I recently just found out that to obtain my certificate of good conduct from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Malaysia) would take at least 2 months not as like I was previously told that it would take one month. I am two weeks of reaching that 5 month wait and VSC is already reviewing applications the week ahead of mine. So, putting two and two together, I suppose we would get our NOA2 pretty soon. I'm really worried here that I may not get the certificate before the set interview date (when that happens). Is it possible to delay the interview without any repercussions?

I guess it's really my fault for not applying earlier :( :( :(

Thanks everyone!


02/02/05 - Met online

12/25/08 - Engaged!

12/21/10 - USC fiance discharged from Military

01/18/11 - I-129F Sent

01/25/11 - NOA1

01/29/11 - Touched

06/08/11 - NOA2

06/17/11 - NVC case number received

06/24/11 - Petition mailed to Malaysian consulate

06/29/11 - Petition received by Malaysian consulate and mailed to beneficiary

07/04/11 - Packet 3 received!

07/22/11 - Packet 3 mailed back to US embassy

08/05/11 - Packet 4 received

08/23/11 - Medical

09/08/11 - Interview! Result : APPROVED!

09/12/11 - Visa in hand

09/14/11 - POE DFW

11/18/11 - Marriage!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Malaysia
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Hey sueling,

You can ask the US embassy for a reschedule, however you won't get to choose a date - the embassy does that. We asked for a reschedule as well (via email) and they were very helpful and accommodating.

P.S. There's a Malaysian VJ thread where you can find more specific answers.

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Applied for Naturalization based on 5-year Residency

07/09/2017 - filed N400 online

07/10/2017 - NOA

08/03/2017 - biometrics done

02/20/2018 - interview & oath ceremony

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
Timeline

Hey sueling,

You can ask the US embassy for a reschedule, however you won't get to choose a date - the embassy does that. We asked for a reschedule as well (via email) and they were very helpful and accommodating.

P.S. There's a Malaysian VJ thread where you can find more specific answers.

Thank you!! This is very helpful!


02/02/05 - Met online

12/25/08 - Engaged!

12/21/10 - USC fiance discharged from Military

01/18/11 - I-129F Sent

01/25/11 - NOA1

01/29/11 - Touched

06/08/11 - NOA2

06/17/11 - NVC case number received

06/24/11 - Petition mailed to Malaysian consulate

06/29/11 - Petition received by Malaysian consulate and mailed to beneficiary

07/04/11 - Packet 3 received!

07/22/11 - Packet 3 mailed back to US embassy

08/05/11 - Packet 4 received

08/23/11 - Medical

09/08/11 - Interview! Result : APPROVED!

09/12/11 - Visa in hand

09/14/11 - POE DFW

11/18/11 - Marriage!!

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