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Hi everybody!

we get our RFE and just recieved at CSC today,i know its too soon to prepare everything now but i still wanna know cause i want to start if we got out noa2 since us consulate in hcmc is so hard to deal with,so anyone here who get thru all the stuff please can tell me and share your gold experience with me?i will be very happy and thanks to all who help me,and my fiance planned to come back if i have the interview,and thats will be his 2nd trip,thanks alot for your help

us


Removal of conditions

09-29-09 : Mailed I-751 ( The game is now started)

10-02-09 : Delivered, 3:20 pm, SAINT ALBANS, VT 05479

10-05-09 : NOA

11-10-09 : Bio

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi everybody!

we get our RFE and just recieved at CSC today,i know its too soon to prepare everything now but i still wanna know cause i want to start if we got out noa2 since us consulate in hcmc is so hard to deal with,so anyone here who get thru all the stuff please can tell me and share your gold experience with me?i will be very happy and thanks to all who help me,and my fiance planned to come back if i have the interview,and thats will be his 2nd trip,thanks alot for your help

us

I know it is very hard, but stay positive. We went thru the IMBRA process as well, but thru Vermont. It may take them a few weeks to reapprove your petition. They will then sent it to the National Visa center. It won't take long for them to forward it to the consulate. That is when the real wait begins. I remember it took about 1 1/2 to 2 months to receive packet 3. The best thing to do is to download the packet 3 documents and fill them out. That way when you receive packet 3 from the consulate you can copy your information to the forms the consulate sent you. Return them immediately. Then you will wait about a month for packet 4 to arrive with you interview date. You should do a seach for the timelines. You can do a search for CSC/HCMC/K-1 and you can see the timeframe for each step of other people from this site.

I would definately have your fiance to start getting everything together. All of the required paperwork as well as accumulating evidence of your relationship.

Good Luck to you both!!!!


I-129F Timeline:

03-10-06 - Sent I-129F to USCIS

03-15-06 - NOA1

03-25-06 - NOA2 Approval

08-28-06 - Interview!!!

11-22-06 - Got the Visa!!!

AOS Timeline:

02-08-07 - I-485 sent

02-14-07 - NOA1 (Sent to Missouri)

03-06-07 - Biometrics Appointment

03-07-07 - Transferred to CSC

05-03-07 - Card Production Ordered Email

05-10-07 - Green Card In Hand

Removal of Conditions Timeline:

03-05-09 - I-751 sent

03-09-09 - NOA1 (1 yr Extension)

04-08-09 - Biometrics

07-09-09 - Card Production Ordered Email

07-17-09 - Green Card In Hand

I-130 Filing for Step-Son

11-30-09 - Received at USCIS

12-04-09 - NOA1

03-01-10 - NOA2

03-05-10 - NVC Case # Assigned

03-09-10 - NVC Mailed DS-3032 and AOS Bill

03-12-10 - Emailed DS-3032 to NVC

03-13-10 - Received Email from NVC stating they received DS-3032 (Also received AOS Fee Bill and DS-3032 in the mail)

03-14-10 - Paid Affidavit of Support Fee and IV Bill online

03-16-10 - NVC Website updated to PAID for both fee's

03-17-10 - Petitioner and Agent received emails to further proceed with case

08-05-10 - NVC Case Completed

10-27-10 - Interview PASSED

10-28-10 - Picked up Visa

Mike (United States) & Huong (Vietnam)

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Filed: Country: Vietnam
Timeline

I met a woman online who said she was from Vietnam.

I went to Vietnam and sure enough, she was there.

After I my divorce was final, I went back to Vietnam and we got engaged

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

I submitted a bunch of paperwork and pictures and stuff to the government then I waited for a few months.

Then my fiance in Vietnam got a bunch of paperwork to fill out.

She filled it out and sent it back the same day.

Then we waited a few more months until they called her in for an interview.

When she went in for the interview, she brought in a bunch of paperwork and pictures and stuff.

They liked what she gave them but they gave her a blue piece of paperwork and said "don't call us, we'll call you"

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

Then after a month they called her back and gave her the Visa.

Then she came to the U.S and we got married and we filled out a bunch more paperwork

Several months later we went to the immigration office for an interview and they granted her a temporary green card.

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

and that's where we are now.


20-July -03 Meet Nicole

17-May -04 Divorce Final. I-129F submitted to USCIS

02-July -04 NOA1

30-Aug -04 NOA2 (Approved)

13-Sept-04 NVC to HCMC

08-Oc t -04 Pack 3 received and sent

15-Dec -04 Pack 4 received.

24-Jan-05 Interview----------------Passed

28-Feb-05 Visa Issued

06-Mar-05 ----Nicole is here!!EVERYBODY DANCE!

10-Mar-05 --US Marriage

01-Nov-05 -AOS complete

14-Nov-07 -10 year green card approved

12-Mar-09 Citizenship Oath Montebello, CA

May '04- Mar '09! The 5 year journey is complete!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I met a woman online who said she was from Vietnam.

I went to Vietnam and sure enough, she was there.

After I my divorce was final, I went back to Vietnam and we got engaged

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

I submitted a bunch of paperwork and pictures and stuff to the government then I waited for a few months.

Then my fiance in Vietnam got a bunch of paperwork to fill out.

She filled it out and sent it back the same day.

Then we waited a few more months until they called her in for an interview.

When she went in for the interview, she brought in a bunch of paperwork and pictures and stuff.

They liked what she gave them but they gave her a blue piece of paperwork and said "don't call us, we'll call you"

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

Then after a month they called her back and gave her the Visa.

Then she came to the U.S and we got married and we filled out a bunch more paperwork

Several months later we went to the immigration office for an interview and they granted her a temporary green card.

Then we got in an arguement about some stupid stuff.

and that's where we are now.

dont argue with them,just rember how bad it sucked when you was alone

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Guys

thanks for your gold advice,i know for sure one thing that i will never agure with them cause this will give me a sign to deny,if you guys here have any more idea that can teach please then i will be stay here an hours to listen

goodluck

us


Removal of conditions

09-29-09 : Mailed I-751 ( The game is now started)

10-02-09 : Delivered, 3:20 pm, SAINT ALBANS, VT 05479

10-05-09 : NOA

11-10-09 : Bio

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