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To schedule the interview beyond the 4-month validity on the approval granted by USCIS for I-129F

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello and Good day!

Me and my fiance are still trying to decide on the best date to schedule the interview at the USEM MNL. I would just like to ask anyone out there who knows if it's okay for us to schedule the interview beyond the 4-month validity on the approval granted by USCIS for I-129F.

Thank you very much in advance for your assistance. Your help will greatly aid us in making a decision.:yes:

Thank you again and have a great day!B-)

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Hello and Good day!

Me and my fiance are still trying to decide on the best date to schedule the interview at the USEM MNL. I would just like to ask anyone out there who knows if it's okay for us to schedule the interview beyond the 4-month validity on the approval granted by USCIS for I-129F.

Thank you very much in advance for your assistance. Your help will greatly aid us in making a decision.:yes:

Thank you again and have a great day!B-)

Yes, it's OK. As long as continue to communicate with the Consular Unit, they will extend the validity of the petition approval as needed.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Hello and Good day!

Me and my fiance are still trying to decide on the best date to schedule the interview at the USEM MNL. I would just like to ask anyone out there who knows if it's okay for us to schedule the interview beyond the 4-month validity on the approval granted by USCIS for I-129F.

Thank you very much in advance for your assistance. Your help will greatly aid us in making a decision.:yes:

Thank you again and have a great day!B-)

yes, i read its okay.. BUT first, ask your fiance to send a signed and dated letter, addressed to the U.S. Consul in the U.S. Embassy Manila, which reaffirms his interest in bringing you to the U.S. and request an extension of the validity of your petition..must also state the reason for wanting an extension :thumbs: i think they will extend it for another four months :)


K1 Visa
1/03/2011--------------- sent i-129f package to Lewisville, TX
1/13/2011--------------- NOA1 hard copy
5/12/2011--------------- NOA2!!! (approved in 126 days)
5/17/2011--------------- NOA2 hard copy
7/14/2011-------------- INTERVIEW DAY! ( IM APPROVED!!!! YES!!! )
7/23/2011-------------- Visa On Hand
8/26/2011-------------- POE - San Francisco

10/15/2011------------ MARRIED!!

AOS Journey
11/16/2011------------ AOS sent
11/26/2011------------ NOA hard copy
12/08/2011------------ Biometrics appointment letter received for 12/22/11 9AM
12/09/2011------------- Transfer Notice: AOS transferred to CSC
12/22/2011------------- Biometrics done in Memphis, Tn.
01/17/2012------------- EAD received
06/18/2012------------- Card in production
06/23/2012------------- Card finally on hand!

ROC 3/08/2014

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Yes, it's OK. As long as continue to communicate with the Consular Unit, they will extend the validity of the petition approval as needed.

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yes, i read its okay.. BUT first, ask your fiance to send a signed and dated letter, addressed to the U.S. Consul in the U.S. Embassy Manila, which reaffirms his interest in bringing you to the U.S. and request an extension of the validity of your petition..must also state the reason for wanting an extension :thumbs: i think they will extend it for another four months :)

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