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Nicaragua IR/CR Filers---Atencion!

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For the interview, beneficiary's birth certificate and marriage certificate have to be from the Central Registry in Managua. The embassy won't accept any others. The birth certificate you can get in one day through the fastest service, but the marriage certificate takes 2 weeks to get with the same "fast" service. Be sure to get these well in advance of your interview. Not like us...our marriage document will be ready for pick up 9 hours AFTER our interview! :P


07-23-2008 - Met in San Isidro, Nicaragua.

10-11-2008 - Officially Dating!

07-09-2009 - Engaged!

05-22-2010 - Married in San Isidro, Nicaragua!

**USCIS** 132 Days

11-29-2010 - Mailed I-130 Package.

12-01-2010 - I-130 Confirmation Delieverd to Lockbox; NOA1 Priority Date

12-13-2010 - Email Notification from USCIS for NOA1. Off to California!

12-14-2010 - Check for I-130 Package Cleared.

12-17-2010 - NOA1 (Hard Copy) Received.

02-28-2011 - Touch (For Entering Case Number into System)

03-18-2011 - Visited Hubby in Nicaragua for 9 Days

04-12-2011 - NOA2 ~ 132 DAYS!!!

04-13-2011 - NOA2 Notification Email

04-16-2011 - NOA2 Hard Copy Arrives

**NVC** 39 Days

04-25-2011 - NVC Received; Case Number Assigned

04-27-2011 - DS3032 Emailed from Petitioner and Beneficiary; Receipt Notice Received

04-28-2011 - AOS Bill Generated and Paid

04-29-2011 - IV Bill Generated

04-30-2011 - AOS Bill Cleared

05-03-2011 - IV Bill Paid

05-05-2011 - IV Bill Cleared; AOS and IV Packages Sent

05-09-2011 - AOS and IV Packages Delivery Confirmation

06-03-2011 - NVC Approval; Case Complete!

06-09-2011 - Interview Date Assigned!

06-30-2011 - Medical, 2pm --PASSED!

07-06-2011 - Interview, 8am

07-13-2011 - Pick Up Visa and Passport

07-14-2011 - POE, PASSED

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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hi ashley my girl got her old marriage certificate in about 1 or 2 days by going to the central registry ok so what you send to uscis was the marriage from the town you married in and the service will take the marriage document to verify it there and get one from the central registry i would take the one from the town to the interview and they will probably just ask you to comeback when you have the one from the central regestry or the may just approve with that one good luck :thumbs:


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The embassy said they won't accept them unless the come from the central registry. :P

And Armando paid for the "fastest" service for getting the certificate and they said two week...grrr..

hi ashley my girl got her old marriage certificate in about 1 or 2 days by going to the central registry ok so what you send to uscis was the marriage from the town you married in and the service will take the marriage document to verify it there and get one from the central registry i would take the one from the town to the interview and they will probably just ask you to comeback when you have the one from the central regestry or the may just approve with that one good luck :thumbs:


07-23-2008 - Met in San Isidro, Nicaragua.

10-11-2008 - Officially Dating!

07-09-2009 - Engaged!

05-22-2010 - Married in San Isidro, Nicaragua!

**USCIS** 132 Days

11-29-2010 - Mailed I-130 Package.

12-01-2010 - I-130 Confirmation Delieverd to Lockbox; NOA1 Priority Date

12-13-2010 - Email Notification from USCIS for NOA1. Off to California!

12-14-2010 - Check for I-130 Package Cleared.

12-17-2010 - NOA1 (Hard Copy) Received.

02-28-2011 - Touch (For Entering Case Number into System)

03-18-2011 - Visited Hubby in Nicaragua for 9 Days

04-12-2011 - NOA2 ~ 132 DAYS!!!

04-13-2011 - NOA2 Notification Email

04-16-2011 - NOA2 Hard Copy Arrives

**NVC** 39 Days

04-25-2011 - NVC Received; Case Number Assigned

04-27-2011 - DS3032 Emailed from Petitioner and Beneficiary; Receipt Notice Received

04-28-2011 - AOS Bill Generated and Paid

04-29-2011 - IV Bill Generated

04-30-2011 - AOS Bill Cleared

05-03-2011 - IV Bill Paid

05-05-2011 - IV Bill Cleared; AOS and IV Packages Sent

05-09-2011 - AOS and IV Packages Delivery Confirmation

06-03-2011 - NVC Approval; Case Complete!

06-09-2011 - Interview Date Assigned!

06-30-2011 - Medical, 2pm --PASSED!

07-06-2011 - Interview, 8am

07-13-2011 - Pick Up Visa and Passport

07-14-2011 - POE, PASSED

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Ditto as to getting birth certificate from Mexico City--only way is to get official copy from central registry. Not difficult at all once we knew what was required. Don't ever try to circumvent what the embassy wants--it generally won't work, so just follow the instructions and you will zip right through it.

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