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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Egypt
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What is Casa? Where is it? Do Egyptians have to go through Casa?


12/28/06 - got married :)

02/05/07 - I-130 NOA1

02/21/07 - I-129 NOA1

04/09/07 - I-130 and I-129F approval email sent!!!!

04/26/07 - Packet 3 received

06/16/07 - Medical Examination

06/26/07 - Packet 3 SUBMITTED FINALLY!!!!

07/07/07 - Received pkt 4

07/22/07 - interview consular never bothered to show up for work.

07/29/07 - interview.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Casa is a abbreviation of Casablanca in Morocco. This is the only one that I know of.


Traveled to Morocco on Aug 3rd, 2005

Got Engaged on Aug 16th, 2005

Left Morocco on Aug 19th, 2005

08-29-05 Filed I129F

01-09-06 Interview Date (9am) We were not approved today, I guess we got a 221g of the damn S. Korea Police Certificate that Casablanca said we didn't need.

03/03/06 Turn in Passport at 9am

03/15/06 Visa Issued

03/31/06 Enter USA via JFK

05/15/06 Wedding for Visa

06/10/06 Mailed AOS papers

07/06/06 Biometerics Apt

07/15/06 My offical wedding day....I know .....:-)

07/10/06 Touched

08/25/06 EAD Approvel

09/01/06 EAD in Hand

09/26/06 AOS Interview (Recommend for Approval)

10-05-06 Received Welcome Letter

10-10-06 Green Card Arrived.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Casablanca, in Morocco. ;) I imagine Egyptians would go through Cairo.

:yes: Be thankful you don't have to go through Casa. As much as Cairo is hellish, Casa actually is hell.


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02/23/08 - Filed for removal of conditions.

Sometime in 2008 - Received 10 year GC. Almost done with USCIS for life inshaAllah! Huzzah!

12/07/08 - Adopted the fuzzy feline love of my life, my Squeaky baby th_catcrazy.gif

02/23/09 - Apply for citizenship

06/15/09 - Citizenship interview

07/15/09 - Citizenship ceremony. Alhamdulilah, the US now has another american muslim!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Morocco
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Casablanca, in Morocco. ;) I imagine Egyptians would go through Cairo.

:yes: Be thankful you don't have to go through Casa. As much as Cairo is hellish, Casa actually is hell.

:lol: You are too funny.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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CASA, CASA, CASA.... it's almost like a cussword now :P


Met briefly in Baton Rouge, LA Nov. 2003 - not available :(

Met again in Baton Rouge, LA March 25, 2005 - 2 souls feel as 1

Sept 17-Oct 3, 2005 Noura goes to Morocco to meet family & friends of Said (informally engaged)

Daily phonecalls, discover internet chatting w/ video cam - OMG!!!

March 25-April 14, 2006 Noura's 2nd trip to Morocco - formal engagement w/ family

April 24, 2006- mailed in K1 Visa package - TSC

Oct 5, 2006 - Interview SUCCESS

Oct 12, 2006 - Called to pick up visa tomorrow!

Oct. 16, 2006 VISA IN HAND!

Dec. 24, 2006 - Said arrives in NOLA, just in time for the holidaze!

Dec. 31, 2006 - OUR WEDDING!!! Ringing in a New Year as husband & wife!

Jan 8, 2007 - applied for SSN

Jan 15, 2007 - recieved SSN

Feb 6, 2007 - checks cashed for AOS/EAD/AP - YAY!

Feb 8, 2007 - NOA1 on AOS/EAD/AP

Feb 14, 07 - touched EAD/AP

March 8, 07 - Biometrics appt in NOLA

April 17, 07 - AP approved

April 19, 07 - EAD approved

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Filed: Country: Palestine
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Sorry but I must admit I giggled when I opened this thread :P

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Egypt
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Ok giggle all ya want, I seriously had no clue. :P

So you really think Cairo is easier than Casa? 'cause I'm noticing a LOT of Egyptians whose time is on average about a year from start to finish and I didn't think it took that long for the Casa peeps.


12/28/06 - got married :)

02/05/07 - I-130 NOA1

02/21/07 - I-129 NOA1

04/09/07 - I-130 and I-129F approval email sent!!!!

04/26/07 - Packet 3 received

06/16/07 - Medical Examination

06/26/07 - Packet 3 SUBMITTED FINALLY!!!!

07/07/07 - Received pkt 4

07/22/07 - interview consular never bothered to show up for work.

07/29/07 - interview.

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I don't think it has to do so much with wait time as it does with treatment and scrutiny. Cairo does tend to take a LONG time. They do thorough security checks on Egy men. Some men get their visas after a month or so of checks and some stay 6 mos. +. Seems there's no rhyme or reason.

Ok giggle all ya want, I seriously had no clue. :P

So you really think Cairo is easier than Casa? 'cause I'm noticing a LOT of Egyptians whose time is on average about a year from start to finish and I didn't think it took that long for the Casa peeps.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Morocco
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CASA, CASA, CASA.... it's almost like a cussword now :P

AMEN SISTER!!!!! :lol:


Mary (NC) Atif (Youssoufia)

NOA2 for 129F on 16 Nov 2005......NOA2 for I-130 on 28 Nov 2005

INTERVIEW DATE SCHEDULED FOR 9AM[GMT] 27 FEBRUARY 2006-Issued 221g for Validity of relationship....told being sent back to USCIS/Atif Received Visa On 10 March 2006

AOS/EAD

10 July 2006--signed I-485 and I-765

25 July 2006 recieved NOA-1 for both

18 Aug 2006 Biometrics Appt.

21 Oct 2006 EAD arrives in mail

26 Dec 2006 received aapt.->01 Feb 2007 AOS interview->CANCELLED! rescheduled 01 Aug 2007-waiting

09 Feb '07-received denial of AOS--#######??!! MTR filed--Interview-01 Aug 07

27 Sept '07-I-765 [#2] filed--14 Nov '07 Biomerics for I-765 [#2]

Take it from me....GO TO THE AOS INTERVIEW DATE ANYWAY!!!!! EVEN IF YOU GET THE SNAIL MAIL NOTICE!!!

August 2009--Permanent Resident Card arrives!!!!

We are Finished with Immigration for 10 years!!!!

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Ok giggle all ya want, I seriously had no clue. :P

So you really think Cairo is easier than Casa? 'cause I'm noticing a LOT of Egyptians whose time is on average about a year from start to finish and I didn't think it took that long for the Casa peeps.

Cairo may take longer but eventually near everyone gets approved.

Casa returns a fair amount of cases back to the USCIS.

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