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Just checking back in. Vika is due back from Ukraine Monday, and I have faithfully kept the plants watered :lol: I also am having the house cleaned professionally (she wasn't happy), and buying a big flower arrangement (she will be very happy). I bought both of us new laptops while I had the time, because I was tired of our endless discussion about spending the money. She was initially unhappy, but after a few skype conversations on my new rig, she is excited to check hers out. Hers has a faster processor, that is supposed to make TV and movies run easier. She connected her parents to the web and left her Ukrainian laptop there.

My question is this - I have a buddy in the Southeast that is at the visa interview part of the program. He got the notice from NVC over a month ago, called, got the KEV#. The embassy still doesn't have the file listed. I seem to recall a week or ten days of this, but a five weeks sounds long. The embassy says they are swamped. Have any of you heard why?


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Just checking back in. Vika is due back from Ukraine Monday, and I have faithfully kept the plants watered :lol: I also am having the house cleaned professionally (she wasn't happy), and buying a big flower arrangement (she will be very happy). I bought both of us new laptops while I had the time, because I was tired of our endless discussion about spending the money. She was initially unhappy, but after a few skype conversations on my new rig, she is excited to check hers out. Hers has a faster processor, that is supposed to make TV and movies run easier. She connected her parents to the web and left her Ukrainian laptop there.

My question is this - I have a buddy in the Southeast that is at the visa interview part of the program. He got the notice from NVC over a month ago, called, got the KEV#. The embassy still doesn't have the file listed. I seem to recall a week or ten days of this, but a five weeks sounds long. The embassy says they are swamped. Have any of you heard why?

Summer is peak travel time with kids out of school. There is more tourist applications and more immigrant applications that hit in the summer. Also student VISA is hitting peak time now as well.

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Just checking back in. Vika is due back from Ukraine Monday, and I have faithfully kept the plants watered :lol: I also am having the house cleaned professionally (she wasn't happy), and buying a big flower arrangement (she will be very happy). I bought both of us new laptops while I had the time, because I was tired of our endless discussion about spending the money. She was initially unhappy, but after a few skype conversations on my new rig, she is excited to check hers out. Hers has a faster processor, that is supposed to make TV and movies run easier. She connected her parents to the web and left her Ukrainian laptop there.

My question is this - I have a buddy in the Southeast that is at the visa interview part of the program. He got the notice from NVC over a month ago, called, got the KEV#. The embassy still doesn't have the file listed. I seem to recall a week or ten days of this, but a five weeks sounds long. The embassy says they are swamped. Have any of you heard why?

Alla would LOVE to have the house cleaned professionally. :lol: She would trade flowers for it.

I have not heard why the consulate is so far behind.


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Thanks for the comments. My friend just wrote me to say that he gave his SO the PIN, and she called. The russian speaking staffer was able to find their case, and the appointment (along with scheduled vacation time for him and plane tickets) are squared away.

Vika flew in today, and is already skyping her mother. She is happy to be back, and of course I an thrilled to have her home again.


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Thanks for the comments. My friend just wrote me to say that he gave his SO the PIN, and she called. The russian speaking staffer was able to find their case, and the appointment (along with scheduled vacation time for him and plane tickets) are squared away.

Vika flew in today, and is already skyping her mother. She is happy to be back, and of course I an thrilled to have her home again.

Two great pieces of news! :)


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