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I have a question in behalf of my friend. Filed petition for parents.Both approved and visas issued. My question is: Can his Mother go to the USA first then father will follow after 2 months? Or both parents are required to travel together? Thank You. Pls help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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They can travel separately.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Hi Ilang-Ilang! Would you mind if I ask how long it took before your friend's parents got an interview date? Are they from the Philippines? Both my parents' cases have been completed at NVC on 7-18-11 and I'm really hoping for a September interview in Manila but I really don't know how busy USEM Manila is. Thanks in advance for your response.

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Hi Ilang-Ilang! Would you mind if I ask how long it took before your friend's parents got an interview date? Are they from the Philippines? Both my parents' cases have been completed at NVC on 7-18-11 and I'm really hoping for a September interview in Manila but I really don't know how busy USEM Manila is. Thanks in advance for your response.

hi,

his parent's case was completed march 29 and interview date was may 10.Due to abnormal chest xray, sputum test and culture as done.2 months delayed. sputum culture result was june 27 (negative) june 28 immunization. July 7 interview at USEM (passed). july 12 visas on hand. july 28 leaving for las vegas.

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Thanks!! Congrats to your friend's parents! I will probably tell my parents to have their medical done early. :)

hi,

his parent's case was completed march 29 and interview date was may 10.Due to abnormal chest xray, sputum test and culture as done.2 months delayed. sputum culture result was june 27 (negative) june 28 immunization. July 7 interview at USEM (passed). july 12 visas on hand. july 28 leaving for las vegas.

Thanks!! Congrats to your friend's parents! I will probably tell my parents to have their medical done early. :)

hi,

his parent's case was completed march 29 and interview date was may 10.Due to abnormal chest xray, sputum test and culture as done.2 months delayed. sputum culture result was june 27 (negative) june 28 immunization. July 7 interview at USEM (passed). july 12 visas on hand. july 28 leaving for las vegas.

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