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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Poland
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Do you need to write another letter explaining your ongoing relationship? or basically explaining your entire relationship? what do you include and how long should it be?


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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AndyMisiu,

Who is "you" - the petitioner or the benficiary? Remember, for the visa application it's the visa applicant who they're primarily interested in.

What may be requested of you, the petitioner, is a statement confirming that you continue to be free and wanting to marry the visa applicant, particularly if it's been a long time since the petition was submitted.

Yodrak

Do you need to write another letter explaining your ongoing relationship? or basically explaining your entire relationship? what do you include and how long should it be?
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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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AndyMisiu,

Who is "you" - the petitioner or the benficiary? Remember, for the visa application it's the visa applicant who they're primarily interested in.

What may be requested of you, the petitioner, is a statement confirming that you continue to be free and wanting to marry the visa applicant, particularly if it's been a long time since the petition was submitted.

Yodrak

Do you need to write another letter explaining your ongoing relationship? or basically explaining your entire relationship? what do you include and how long should it be?

I think it also goes without daying that they will also be looking for other substantive proof. This could take the form of telephone records, e-mails, IMs or text messages. If you made a subsequent trip then your itinerary, additional photos, etc.... Anything showing how you are "keeping in touch".


YMMV

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Poland
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AndyMisiu,

Who is "you" - the petitioner or the benficiary? Remember, for the visa application it's the visa applicant who they're primarily interested in.

What may be requested of you, the petitioner, is a statement confirming that you continue to be free and wanting to marry the visa applicant, particularly if it's been a long time since the petition was submitted.

Yodrak

Do you need to write another letter explaining your ongoing relationship? or basically explaining your entire relationship? what do you include and how long should it be?

Well, that's a good question. Should the letter be written by me the petitioner or by the Beneficiary. I'm going to the interview so we will be together. Maybe we can both write a pre draft and then write our own based off of that.


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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What does your consulate require? Normally it's an updated copy of the "letter of intent to marry" as far as I can see. Add to that proof of your ongoing relationship in the forms of pictures, letters, receipts, etc. I highly doubt they want a narrative explaining your relationship - they want proof that you are free to marry and that your relationship is legit.

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Andy start searching VJ for member experiences with the Polish consulate.

Let me also caution you.....

You need to be VERY OBSERVANT at this stage of the game and more selective where you cull your information from. NO TWO CONSULATES ARE ALIKE.

This is very different waters than a K1 filing, which is somewhat a generic animal. The interview stage is much more culturally specific.

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Hey thanks Kitkat!!! this is a much better thread then the last one we were on. I'm sorry if I get a bit flip sometimes!! thanks for your help. Robeccojo :blush: thanks for your help as well. It's just going to take some research but I think i've got it almost covered.


06/30/06- sent I-129F petition to VSC.

07/11/06- NOA1 (received in mail)

07/19/06- RFE received in mail, IMBRA

07/28/06- e-mail, IMBRA RFE received at VSC

09/11/06- called VSC, told I'm with an adjudicating officer

09/25/06- called VSC, told to file expedited service, outside 60 days of RFE received date

09/26/06- sent expedited service request to VSC via fax and snail mail

09/26/06- Senators and Congressman making inquiries into my petition

09/29/06- expedited service request approved by VSC director

10/04/06- e-mail NOA2 approved!!!!!!

10/05/06- NVC received

10/06/06- NVC forwarded to Poland Embassy

10/16/06- Packet #3 received

10/17/06- Packet #3 sent to US Embassy Warsaw

10/30/06- Packet #4 received

10/30/06- Interview scheduled for November 22nd!!!

11/30/06- Visa in hand, via DHL!!!!

12/05/06- Ania and I arrive together in the USA

02/11/07- Ania applied for Social Security Card

02/17/07- Ania and I were MARRIED!!!!!!

07/24/07- Social Security Card in hand- after some minor issues and a little procrastination :)

10/14/07- I-485, I-765, and permission to travel mailed to USCIS

10/17/07- Received NOA1

12/17/07- I-485 shipped to California Service Center for faster service

12/17/07- I-765 approved new card should be mailed within 30 days, Advanced parole approved

02/28/08- AOS APPROVED!!!! PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD RECEIVED!!!!! (card received couple weeks after approval)

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