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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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He didn't fill in City and Country of birth...should i fill it in for him... (i could never duplicate his handwriting)...i read on the instructions that it is not necessary to repeat this information cuz it is already in the I-129F main application. What should i do? leave it blank...write it in my handwriting?? I dont know what to do...AND...the address and names of the companies are in Spanish...do i need a translation for this? i think it is pretty straightforward...i mean...it is going to Texas...shouldn't someone in that office understand names of companies or addresses or job posisitions written in Spanish?!!! and if i do need a translator...has anyone had to get translations?! and how do you certify that they are certified? i mean i could translate the documents but i am not so sure they would accept me as "certified"....

thanks ahead of time for your help...i will mail off our application Monday! yay! alicia


Alicia (United States) + Juan Francisco (Nicaragua) = AMOR

Timeline:

06-??-05: Met on mission trip in El Salvador...

07-28-05: Said goodbye...sniff, sniff

05-19-06: He was denied the tourist visa by the Embassy in Managua...

06-15-06: I couldn't wait any longer...flew to see him in Managua...

07-??-06: We got engaged.

07-13-06: I flew back to the U.S.

10-03-06: I-129F sent certified express mail

10-06-06: Notice Left, October 06, 2006, 11:29 am, MESQUITE, TX 75185 (um..maybe tomorrow?!)

10-10-06: Your item was delivered at 6:40 am on October 10, 2006 in MESQUITE, TX 75185 to INS . The item was signed for by M S.

10-16-06: NOA1 date...no email...but this is the date on the official copy that they sent to me (it's so pretty!).

10-19-06: Check posted (online banking).

10-20-06: Received NOA1 snail mail.

01-04-07: NOA2 (93 days)

01-11-07: Received NOA2 snail mail.

01-20-07: Letter from NVC: Case will be on its way to Managua within 1 week. (Date on letter: Jan 16).

01-26-07: Fran receives packet three and INTERVIEW DATE.

03-13-07: Interview date. Visa granted! Gracias a Dios.

03-18-07: We fly back to the U.S.

03-22-07: We get married!

06-??-07: We file I-485.

Hold up b/c notice of biometrics appointment doesn't arrive to our never changed address!

I don't really remember the dates b/c I am filling this in half a year later!

12-24-07: We find out we are expecting a little one!

01-??-08: Fran receives his green card.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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Are you talking about the G325A? I filled those out for my fiance and he just signed them. I don't think they're gonna freak out if the handwriting is not the same but just make sure it isn't hard to read. You don't need to translate the names in Spanish. Otherwise I'm not really sure what you are talking about but good luck!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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Sarah is right there. No need to translate and you can fill the form out yourself.


(Puerto Rico) Luis & Laura (Brazil) K1 JOURNEY
04/11/2006 - Filed I-129F.
09/29/2006 - Visa in hand!

10/15/2006 - POE San Juan
11/15/2006 - MARRIAGE

AOS JOURNEY
01/05/2007 - AOS sent to Chicago.
03/26/2007 - Green Card in hand!

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS JOURNEY
01/26/2009 - Filed I-751.
06/22/2009 - Green Card in hand!

NATURALIZATION JOURNEY
06/26/2014 - N-400 sent to Nebraska
07/02/2014 - NOA
07/24/2014 - Biometrics
10/24/2014 - Interview (approved)

01/16/2015 - Oath Ceremony


*View Complete Timeline

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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Thanks you guys.


Alicia (United States) + Juan Francisco (Nicaragua) = AMOR

Timeline:

06-??-05: Met on mission trip in El Salvador...

07-28-05: Said goodbye...sniff, sniff

05-19-06: He was denied the tourist visa by the Embassy in Managua...

06-15-06: I couldn't wait any longer...flew to see him in Managua...

07-??-06: We got engaged.

07-13-06: I flew back to the U.S.

10-03-06: I-129F sent certified express mail

10-06-06: Notice Left, October 06, 2006, 11:29 am, MESQUITE, TX 75185 (um..maybe tomorrow?!)

10-10-06: Your item was delivered at 6:40 am on October 10, 2006 in MESQUITE, TX 75185 to INS . The item was signed for by M S.

10-16-06: NOA1 date...no email...but this is the date on the official copy that they sent to me (it's so pretty!).

10-19-06: Check posted (online banking).

10-20-06: Received NOA1 snail mail.

01-04-07: NOA2 (93 days)

01-11-07: Received NOA2 snail mail.

01-20-07: Letter from NVC: Case will be on its way to Managua within 1 week. (Date on letter: Jan 16).

01-26-07: Fran receives packet three and INTERVIEW DATE.

03-13-07: Interview date. Visa granted! Gracias a Dios.

03-18-07: We fly back to the U.S.

03-22-07: We get married!

06-??-07: We file I-485.

Hold up b/c notice of biometrics appointment doesn't arrive to our never changed address!

I don't really remember the dates b/c I am filling this in half a year later!

12-24-07: We find out we are expecting a little one!

01-??-08: Fran receives his green card.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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He didn't fill in City and Country of birth...should i fill it in for him... (i could never duplicate his handwriting)...i read on the instructions that it is not necessary to repeat this information cuz it is already in the I-129F main application. What should i do? leave it blank...write it in my handwriting?? I dont know what to do...AND...the address and names of the companies are in Spanish...do i need a translation for this? i think it is pretty straightforward...i mean...it is going to Texas...shouldn't someone in that office understand names of companies or addresses or job posisitions written in Spanish?!!! and if i do need a translator...has anyone had to get translations?! and how do you certify that they are certified? i mean i could translate the documents but i am not so sure they would accept me as "certified"....

thanks ahead of time for your help...i will mail off our application Monday! yay! alicia

Your case will be transferred to California service center.


July 17 2006 Sent I-129F to TSC

July 19 2006 packet received by TSC

July 27 2006 case received at CSC

July 28 2006 touched (to process/send NOA1)

Aug 01 2006 check cashed

Aug 05 2006 NOA1 received in mail

Oct 03 2006 Touched (RFE sent)

Oct 10 2006 RFE received and responded to

Oct 17 2006 Touched (CSC reply to RFE response)

Nov 06 2006 NOA2

Nov 21 2006 NVC sent to Manila

Blah

Blur

Drone

March 27 2007 Interview

April 02 2007 Visa delivered

April 05 2007 Happiness delivered

April 06 2007 First day of the rest of our lives

"There they go! I must hurry and catch them, for I am their leader."

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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He didn't fill in City and Country of birth...should i fill it in for him... (i could never duplicate his handwriting)...i read on the instructions that it is not necessary to repeat this information cuz it is already in the I-129F main application. What should i do? leave it blank...write it in my handwriting?? I dont know what to do...AND...the address and names of the companies are in Spanish...do i need a translation for this? i think it is pretty straightforward...i mean...it is going to Texas...shouldn't someone in that office understand names of companies or addresses or job posisitions written in Spanish?!!! and if i do need a translator...has anyone had to get translations?! and how do you certify that they are certified? i mean i could translate the documents but i am not so sure they would accept me as "certified"....

thanks ahead of time for your help...i will mail off our application Monday! yay! alicia

Your case will be transferred to California service center.

Why??


Alicia (United States) + Juan Francisco (Nicaragua) = AMOR

Timeline:

06-??-05: Met on mission trip in El Salvador...

07-28-05: Said goodbye...sniff, sniff

05-19-06: He was denied the tourist visa by the Embassy in Managua...

06-15-06: I couldn't wait any longer...flew to see him in Managua...

07-??-06: We got engaged.

07-13-06: I flew back to the U.S.

10-03-06: I-129F sent certified express mail

10-06-06: Notice Left, October 06, 2006, 11:29 am, MESQUITE, TX 75185 (um..maybe tomorrow?!)

10-10-06: Your item was delivered at 6:40 am on October 10, 2006 in MESQUITE, TX 75185 to INS . The item was signed for by M S.

10-16-06: NOA1 date...no email...but this is the date on the official copy that they sent to me (it's so pretty!).

10-19-06: Check posted (online banking).

10-20-06: Received NOA1 snail mail.

01-04-07: NOA2 (93 days)

01-11-07: Received NOA2 snail mail.

01-20-07: Letter from NVC: Case will be on its way to Managua within 1 week. (Date on letter: Jan 16).

01-26-07: Fran receives packet three and INTERVIEW DATE.

03-13-07: Interview date. Visa granted! Gracias a Dios.

03-18-07: We fly back to the U.S.

03-22-07: We get married!

06-??-07: We file I-485.

Hold up b/c notice of biometrics appointment doesn't arrive to our never changed address!

I don't really remember the dates b/c I am filling this in half a year later!

12-24-07: We find out we are expecting a little one!

01-??-08: Fran receives his green card.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I believe the only 2 Service Centers processing K-1's are California and Vermont. I think, hopefully someone can back me up. Anyone?

They're processing I-129fs, to be more accurate. Those petitions filed with TSC or NSC are transferred to CSC. But you have to file according to the instructions on I-129f nonetheless.

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I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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I believe the only 2 Service Centers processing K-1's are California and Vermont. I think, hopefully someone can back me up. Anyone?

They're processing I-129fs, to be more accurate. Those petitions filed with TSC or NSC are transferred to CSC. But you have to file according to the instructions on I-129f nonetheless.

oh makes sense...has Texas dropped out of the immigration business or something?


Alicia (United States) + Juan Francisco (Nicaragua) = AMOR

Timeline:

06-??-05: Met on mission trip in El Salvador...

07-28-05: Said goodbye...sniff, sniff

05-19-06: He was denied the tourist visa by the Embassy in Managua...

06-15-06: I couldn't wait any longer...flew to see him in Managua...

07-??-06: We got engaged.

07-13-06: I flew back to the U.S.

10-03-06: I-129F sent certified express mail

10-06-06: Notice Left, October 06, 2006, 11:29 am, MESQUITE, TX 75185 (um..maybe tomorrow?!)

10-10-06: Your item was delivered at 6:40 am on October 10, 2006 in MESQUITE, TX 75185 to INS . The item was signed for by M S.

10-16-06: NOA1 date...no email...but this is the date on the official copy that they sent to me (it's so pretty!).

10-19-06: Check posted (online banking).

10-20-06: Received NOA1 snail mail.

01-04-07: NOA2 (93 days)

01-11-07: Received NOA2 snail mail.

01-20-07: Letter from NVC: Case will be on its way to Managua within 1 week. (Date on letter: Jan 16).

01-26-07: Fran receives packet three and INTERVIEW DATE.

03-13-07: Interview date. Visa granted! Gracias a Dios.

03-18-07: We fly back to the U.S.

03-22-07: We get married!

06-??-07: We file I-485.

Hold up b/c notice of biometrics appointment doesn't arrive to our never changed address!

I don't really remember the dates b/c I am filling this in half a year later!

12-24-07: We find out we are expecting a little one!

01-??-08: Fran receives his green card.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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I believe the only 2 Service Centers processing K-1's are California and Vermont. I think, hopefully someone can back me up. Anyone?

They're processing I-129fs, to be more accurate. Those petitions filed with TSC or NSC are transferred to CSC. But you have to file according to the instructions on I-129f nonetheless.

oh makes sense...has Texas dropped out of the immigration business or something?

They're gearing up to build a big wall.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I believe the only 2 Service Centers processing K-1's are California and Vermont. I think, hopefully someone can back me up. Anyone?

They're processing I-129fs, to be more accurate. Those petitions filed with TSC or NSC are transferred to CSC. But you have to file according to the instructions on I-129f nonetheless.

oh makes sense...has Texas dropped out of the immigration business or something?

No, they still process other immigration petitions as you can see here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...ost&id=2210


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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