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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany

Habe da mal ne Frage, wo kann man die deutsche Geburtsurkunde ins Englische uebersetzen lassen, irgendwelche Ratschlaege? Ich bin schon in den Staaten und die sind gerade dabei mein Status zu aendern, aber die verlangen eine ins Englisch uebersetzte Geburtsurkunde, ice ich leider nicht dabei gelegt habe. Danke!!!

--K1 Filing--

9-6-05 - Mailed I-129f to Vermont Service Center

9-16-05 - NOA1 received in the mail

9-23-05 - Recieved email for NOA2

9-24-05 - Proposed! (Slightly out of order on this!)

10-11-05 - Packet 3 received in Germany

11-18-05 - Mailed Packet 3 Checklist back in

11-29-05 - Medical and Police Check Completed

1-30-06 - Interview, APPROVED!!

4-1-06 - Together in the US

6-6-06 - Married!

--AOS Filing--

6-28-06 - Mailed I-485 (AOS), I-765 (EAD), I-131 (AP) and lots of $$$ to Chicago

7-7-06 - Recieved NOA1 for all 3 applications

7-26-06 - Biometrics scheduled and completed (for both EAD and AP)

9-18-06 - RFE Mailed. Need translated Birth C.

10-9-06 - RFE Sent back in, Case touched.

10-31-06 - AP and EAD Approved!

*1-23-07 - Interview Date! (received in mail on 12/4/06)


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Germany

Entweder frag Deine Eltern, beim Standesamt eine internationale Geburtsturkunde zu besorgen (ca. 7 Euro, koennen sie abholen ohne Probleme) oder Du musst einen Uebersetzer finden, was weitaus teurer wird. Da am besten beim Konsulat nachfragen (DC, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco).

Viel Glueck!



8-4-2006 Date of NOA's

1-4-2007 Green Card in mail

Removal of conditions

9-29-2008 I-751 delivered to CSC

12-29-2008 Green Card ordered :)


10-15-2011 Package sent to NSC

10-17-2011 NOA Priority Date

11-25-2011 Biometrics done

11-29-2011 In line for interview scheduling... woohoo!

12-20-2011 Interview scheduled ...received letter 3 days later

01-24-2012 Interview & Oath


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