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Just wondering what happens if your late to your interview what happens? For instance if your inline an hour early but don't get to the receptionist till after your assigned time what happens? Kieron's interivew is at 8:30am and he is going to take the first train up from hastings. I am just extremely worried. I mean if he is there in the line outside at 7:30am but doesn't make it in till 8:45 will it be ok? Just getting nervous these last few days are harder than the entire NOA2 wait. ~Tina


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6/17/2011 I-129f mailed via USPS !!
6/19/2011 Delivery Confirmation at Dallas Lockbox
6/22/2011 NOA 1 !!!!!!!
6/25/2011 NOA 1 Hardcopy Received in mail
10/13/2011 NOA 2 text and email @ 9:30pm EST (113 days from NOA 1)
10/17/2011 NOA 2 hardcopy received in mail.
NVC
10/18/2011 received LDN number assigned!!
10/24/2011 sent to london
10/27/2011 london received
Embassy
11/01/2011 pkt 3 sent out (very expensive call to london to verify receipt and address change)
11/4/2011 pkt 3 received
11/07/2011 pkt 3 and 4 sent out together overnite and recorded. Fingers crossed for Christmas!
London
11/1/2011 Medical
11/22/2011 Received Interview via email
12/06/2011 Interview!! - APPROVED!!! WAITING ON VISA
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12/20/2011 POE!!

Marriage/AOS
12/29/2011 Applied for Social Security Card
01/13/2012 Married!!
03/03/2012 AOS mailed
03/08/2012 NOA1
03/27/2012 TRANSFERRED TO CSC
04/10/2012 Biometrics APPT
08/30/2012 Card in production!!! its on its way
09/01/2012

ROC

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10/29/2014 Card Arrived

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He Probably should be fine if its within time range and if the next session hasnt be called upon.He could be lucky to be mixed with the next session,it varies per embassy


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Consulate : Nigeria
I-129F Sent : 2011-06-08
I-129F NOA1 : 2011-06-17
I-129F RFE(s) : No RFE
RFE Reply(s) : No RFE
I-129F NOA2 : 2011-09-27
Interview: 2nd Week of January

Immigrant Visa rescheduled for second week of February 2012

Visa Refused on Immigration Purpose February 2013

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Usually when you arrive you go to a window to take care of some preliminary paperwork, which clocks in your arrival time, and then wait your turn to be interviewed. Depending on the cases that come before him, he could be interviewed on his appointed time or just sit there until called. I would not worry about this.

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Just wondering what happens if your late to your interview what happens? For instance if your inline an hour early but don't get to the receptionist till after your assigned time what happens? Kieron's interivew is at 8:30am and he is going to take the first train up from hastings. I am just extremely worried. I mean if he is there in the line outside at 7:30am but doesn't make it in till 8:45 will it be ok? Just getting nervous these last few days are harder than the entire NOA2 wait. ~Tina

That is a worry you can cross off your list. The whole giant 7:30 line will move quickly. And they don't care what time the appointment is. Nobody checks him against a clock. It's a first come first served free-for-all and appointment times mean nothing.

Edit: I've been to an interview at the embassy in London and know how it works there. Replies #2 and #3 probably haven't.

Edited by Nich-Nick

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K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

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4 years, 2 months, 6 days

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He will be fine, I asked the same question when I was in the line myself appointment 10am in line for 9.30 am and was told by the staff not to worry as its absolutely OK. Good Luck youve nothing to worry about. Your almost there.

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As others have said nothing will happen, they don't care about the appointment time just that you're there on the right day, also if he/you are that worried you can get the coach throughout the night and be dropped off near by i believe someone mentioned before


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K1
I-129f Sent:- 19-Aug-2010
Date of Entry-27-May-2011
Date Married-24-June-2011

AOS
AOS/EAD Sent:08-Aug-2011
Green Card Received: 16-Nov-2011

ROC

i-751 Sent 01-Nov-2013

i-751 NOA1 04-Nov-2013

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Thank you everyone. We are just so close to the end I am worrying over everything. I have gone over the document list a thousand times. We are past ready for him to be home finally. ~Tina


K1 Visa
6/17/2011 I-129f mailed via USPS !!
6/19/2011 Delivery Confirmation at Dallas Lockbox
6/22/2011 NOA 1 !!!!!!!
6/25/2011 NOA 1 Hardcopy Received in mail
10/13/2011 NOA 2 text and email @ 9:30pm EST (113 days from NOA 1)
10/17/2011 NOA 2 hardcopy received in mail.
NVC
10/18/2011 received LDN number assigned!!
10/24/2011 sent to london
10/27/2011 london received
Embassy
11/01/2011 pkt 3 sent out (very expensive call to london to verify receipt and address change)
11/4/2011 pkt 3 received
11/07/2011 pkt 3 and 4 sent out together overnite and recorded. Fingers crossed for Christmas!
London
11/1/2011 Medical
11/22/2011 Received Interview via email
12/06/2011 Interview!! - APPROVED!!! WAITING ON VISA
12/09/2011 VISA IN HAND - Plane ticket purchased
12/20/2011 POE!!

Marriage/AOS
12/29/2011 Applied for Social Security Card
01/13/2012 Married!!
03/03/2012 AOS mailed
03/08/2012 NOA1
03/27/2012 TRANSFERRED TO CSC
04/10/2012 Biometrics APPT
08/30/2012 Card in production!!! its on its way
09/01/2012

ROC

07/07/2014 Mailed ROC

7/11/2014 check cashed

7/09/2014 NOA 1 (received in mail 7/14/2014)

8/6/2014 Biometrics

10/21/2014 Card is in production!!

10/29/2014 Card Arrived

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