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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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we got to the DDS at about 9:30. They did not accept my AP letter as proof of residence, although it clearly has my address on it and was sent from DHS. They said that it could have been forwarded and was not proof. That's BS. The agent there was not accomodating at all and I asked for a supervisor and he tells me he is the manager there. Whatever. We were about to leave when we noticed that Karen's license was proof as we are married and she is a residence. We went back in. Jerk agent is messing with a poor german girl and not being very nice to her either. Behind him, an older man is waiting on that window because his number was called up. When the agent is done with the german girl he tells the man he has to go back to the line and get a new number because he did not present himself at the window (which was busy because of the german girl). So he is being a jerk to this man too. Did the written exams and passed. They said to wait outside and would call for me when they are ready. 2 hours later we go back inside to see what is taking so long and they tell us that the examiners are all gone to lunch. Come back at 2:15. So we storm off to lunch, very unhappy. We come back at 2. Finally around 2:20 I get to do the test. The examiner gives orders, I repeat his orders to make sure that I understand, and then the test is over. He hands me a paper and says go in and get your license. Didn't tell me if I did anything wrong or not.

I finally got it, but I've got a major headache now.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Wow, tough room! I know, it took me over 5 hours when I went to get my license but at least I had decent people on the desk and in the car. Congratulations on getting your license - you must feel like you now have wings and freedom once again.

Take two aspirin and have a nap!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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Sorry that it was a hassle -- seems like getting a liscense can be a royal pain in the rear in some states/individual offices! But congratulations on finally getting it! :)


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Jan 17, 2014 N-400 submitted

Jan 27, 2014 NOA received and cheque cashed

Feb 13, 2014 Biometrics scheduled

Nov 7, 2014 NOA received and interview scheduled


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Congratulations on getting your license! :thumbs:

I'm sorry to hear they weren't very professional about it at that office.

I still need to learn how to drive. :blush:


CR-1

09/16/2005 Mailed I-130 (CSC)

09/21/2005 NOA 1

02/07/2006 NOA 2 (Day 143)

02/25/2006 Petitioner receives AOS Bill in U.S. (Day 161)

02/27/2006 AOS Bill (regular USPS) and DS-3032 (Canada Post regular) are mailed out

03/21/2006 Petitioner receives I-864 package (Day 185)

03/22/2006 Beneficiary receives IV Bill and sends payment - regular mail (Day 186)

03/24/2006 Petitioner sends back I-864 (Day 188)

04/13/2006 Beneficiary receives DS-230 (Day 208)

05/10/2006 Beneficiary sends back DS-230 and docs to NVC via Fedex (Day 235)

05/19/2006 NVC issues RFE on Question # 20 on the DS-230. (Day 244)

05/29/2006 Beneficiary receives RFE and sends it off (Day 254)

06/02/2006 NVC receives RFE (Day 258)

06/16/2006 Case Complete! (Day 272)

07/07/2006 Case forwarded to Consulate in Montreal (Day 293)

08/11/2006 INTERVIEW! VISA APPROVED!

08/14/2006 Picked up visa and crossed the border.

08/25/2006 SS card arrives in the mail

09/07/2006 GC arrives in the mail.

K-3

02/01/2006 Mailed I-129F

02/07/2006 NOA1

04/14/2006 I-129F is approved!

04/24/2006 NVC forwards the application to the consulate in Montreal

05/01/2006 Packet 3 is received from consulate & is sent of 3 days later

07/07/2006 Medical

08/08/2006 INTERVIEW- cancelled bec. of CR-1

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Egypt
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Congrats Fuzzness :dance::dance: ...Just remember that because you're in the south doesn't mean you can drive like the Dukes of Hazzard....LOL :lol::lol:

Just Kidding

Now as your first official duty as a newly licensed southern (so to speak) driver, Take Karen out on a date.


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4/7/08 -------> Rec'd email from USCIS showing Card Ordered, Woot Woot

4/14/08 -----> 10 yr green card in hand

Citizenship Timeline

8/20/08 -------> Mailed N-400 to TSC

8/21/08 -------> N-400 rec'd by TSC @ 10:42 am signed for by C Maxa

8/26/08 -------> Check cashed

8/28/08 -------> Called USCIS was told biometrics scheduled for Sept 12 @ 3 pm

9/02/08 -------> Received NOA 1 showing receipt date as August 22, 2008

9/02/08 -------> Received bio appt by snail mail verifying scheduled date as 9/12 @ 3 pm

9/12/08 -------> Fingerprints taken

12/16/08------> Interview @ 10:05 am [PASSED]; OAth given at 2 pm

***MY HUSBAND IS NOW A USC***

12/29/08 -----> Filed for US passport book and passport card for my husband

01/08/09 -----> Rec'd US passport book in mail today; still waiting for card and return of natz cert

1/10/09 ------> Rec'd US passport card and Natz cert.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Congratulations Joel. :dance:


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