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Hi all,

I've been busy lately and have not been back here for a while. Anyway, We finally got everything that the HMC CO asked and resumitted yesterday. My fiancee got a green slip, I assume, the same as those before me. I'm now understand a lot about this process. My guess is that 99% of AR cases are 221(g). This is the only reason they can delay your case and mine under the Immigration Act. I attached both blue and green slips here for everyone to see so he or she can better prepare for his or her case. All I can do now is waiting. However, I'm thinking writing to my congresswoman and Lou Doubs on CNN. He loves this sfuff. I'll keep you all posted when I recieve any news.

Good luck to all those in this bad batch.

Menyoo


2008-01-31 applied for SSA

2008-02-10 Received Notice fr SSA

2008-02-10 SSC issued with 10-BD

2008-02-14 Married; will get MC within 10 BD

2008-02-18 Recievd SSC

2008-02-27 Recieed Marriage Certificate

2008-03-03 485 Filed.

2008-03-08 File Received Chicago

2008-03-17 Rec'd 3 NOAs in the mail, but NOA dated 3/12/08

2008-04-04 Bio Appointment

2008-05-06 I765 in the mail

2008-05-06 I131 approved and in the mail

2008-08-26 Interview in CA 10/20/2008 Approved

2010-10-20 Remove Conditional--Gone Fishing 4 awhile now!!!!!!

2010-12-23 GC received--No More USCIS to deal with for now.

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Hang in there menyoo!

Good news to hear you have gotten all of the requested information turned back in to the Consulate. Your one step further now.

Best of luck to you both!

STL_HCMC

Hi all,

I've been busy lately and have not been back here for a while. Anyway, We finally got everything that the HMC CO asked and resumitted yesterday. My fiancee got a green slip, I assume, the same as those before me. I'm now understand a lot about this process. My guess is that 99% of AR cases are 221(g). This is the only reason they can delay your case and mine under the Immigration Act. I attached both blue and green slips here for everyone to see so he or she can better prepare for his or her case. All I can do now is waiting. However, I'm thinking writing to my congresswoman and Lou Doubs on CNN. He loves this sfuff. I'll keep you all posted when I recieve any news.

Good luck to all those in this bad batch.

Menyoo


K1 Timeline

12/27/2005...I-129F Sent (Nebraska Service Center)

07/19/2006...Visa Approved

AOS Timeline

01/23/2007...AOS Sent

03/08/2007...AOS Approved

Removing Conditions

01/12/2009...I-751 Sent

06/10/2009...I-751 Approved

Naturalization

03/27/2010...N-400 Sent

11/21/2011...Approval

12/09/2011...Oath Ceremony

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Menyoo, at least you are able to provide them what they asked for. From what I understand, they asked for birth certificates from your and her parents because they suspect you two are related. However, if you are not and genuien, you will overcome this obstacle easily. Bes of luck to you and I am eagerly awaiting for your good news.


I used to be indecisive. Now I am just not sure ...

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hang in there!!! I know how you feel, because we got the green slip too. As I have been told, look at the big picture :idea: not just tomorrow. Believe me, I want my honey here as soon as possible too. We just have to keep focused, and you will have many many years to be together.

Keep your chin up!!!

Mike


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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Thank you all for your support. What the heck is "additional process?" Just wondering if this is the same as "administrative review."


2008-01-31 applied for SSA

2008-02-10 Received Notice fr SSA

2008-02-10 SSC issued with 10-BD

2008-02-14 Married; will get MC within 10 BD

2008-02-18 Recievd SSC

2008-02-27 Recieed Marriage Certificate

2008-03-03 485 Filed.

2008-03-08 File Received Chicago

2008-03-17 Rec'd 3 NOAs in the mail, but NOA dated 3/12/08

2008-04-04 Bio Appointment

2008-05-06 I765 in the mail

2008-05-06 I131 approved and in the mail

2008-08-26 Interview in CA 10/20/2008 Approved

2010-10-20 Remove Conditional--Gone Fishing 4 awhile now!!!!!!

2010-12-23 GC received--No More USCIS to deal with for now.

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Hi menyoo,

I would guess they are referring to additional processing. You've turned in the additional evidence that they've requested, and now your case will undergo 'additional processing'.

Do keep us informed!

STL_HCMC

Thank you all for your support. What the heck is "additional process?" Just wondering if this is the same as "administrative review."

K1 Timeline

12/27/2005...I-129F Sent (Nebraska Service Center)

07/19/2006...Visa Approved

AOS Timeline

01/23/2007...AOS Sent

03/08/2007...AOS Approved

Removing Conditions

01/12/2009...I-751 Sent

06/10/2009...I-751 Approved

Naturalization

03/27/2010...N-400 Sent

11/21/2011...Approval

12/09/2011...Oath Ceremony

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We received one of those "additional processing" green slips last time we submitted additional evidence. It means that they don't have time to check your paperwork while you wait at the Consulate. They put your file in the stack and when it comes up, they'll check the evidence then and make a decision. In our case it took one month before they reviewed the new evidence and made a decision.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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ADMIN. PROCESS

takes 17 days to 2 years.

...just the info I wanna hear on the 2 month anniversary of our 'pending review'! :bonk::crying:


Our K1 Timeline

03.11 - 4.10.2005 - Met on vacation in Vietnam

10.25 - 11.19.2005 - Returned to Vietnam & got engaged 11.1.05

12.29.2005 - I-129F Sent

01.04.2006 - I-129F NOA1/Receipt and Case Number

03.23.2006 - NOA2

04.05.2006 - Rec'd @ NVC

04.07.2006 - Left for HCMC

04.08.2006 - e-file in HCMC

05.10.2006 - HCMC sends out packet 3

06.02.2006 - Rec'd packet 3

06.05.2006 - sent forms back to HCMC

07.17.2006 - called and got Interview date

07.20.2006 - Rec'd packet 4

08.10.2006 - ***INTERVIEW*** - Blue slip

08.11.2006 - Went to embassy with add'l evidence - Green Slip

03.23.2007 - both of us interviewed and ....PASSED

03.24.2007 - Picked up VISA!!!!!

04.11.2007 - Got Married!

07.18.2007 - Mailed AOS paperwork

08.28.2007 - RFE

09.18.2007 - Mailed back add'l paperwork

10.12.2007 - EAD card issued

11.14.2007 - notified by phone of Interview in 2 days!

11.16.2007 - INTERVIEW (RFE given for add'l evidences..again!)

12.06.2007 - Dropped off evidences at USCIS office

12.18.2007 - I485 Card Production Ordered

12.29.2007 - Card Rec'd!!!

11.19.2009 - I-751 filed for lifting conditions

11.20.2009 - Issued NOA

01.22.2010 - photo and fingerprints

02.03.2010 - lifting conditions APPROVED!!

02.09.2010 - card rec'd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

??????????? - All of our lives together to figure out the rest ;)

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ADMIN. PROCESS

takes 17 days to 2 years.

...just the info I wanna hear on the 2 month anniversary of our 'pending review'! :bonk::crying:

Don't worry she says this to everyone. Luckily you are not going through Pakistan.

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Menyoo, at least you are able to provide them what they asked for. From what I understand, they asked for birth certificates from your and her parents because they suspect you two are related. However, if you are not and genuien, you will overcome this obstacle easily. Bes of luck to you and I am eagerly awaiting for your good news.

Hi Kevin&Loan:

How did you view menyoo's attachment re: the blue/green slips? I could not find it, or it's been so long they'd deleted it?


11-16-12: Sent I-130 for Dad.
11-19-12: Priority date/rec'd date.
02-06-13: Case approved, NOA2.
02-19-13: NVC received case.
03-08-13: Case # assigned--HCM2013******.
03-09-13: Paid AOS Fee $88.00.
03-09-13: Emailed DS-3032 from Beneficiary's email address.
03-13-13: AOS Fee showed as PAID & sent AOS package certified mail.
03-18-13: AOS package delivered @ 10:50 A.M.
03-18-13: DS-3032 accepted.
03-20-13: IV Bill Invoice.
03-21-13: Paid IV Fee $230.00.
03-23-13: IV Fee showed as PAID.
04-23-13: Sent IV package certified mail.
04-26-13: IV package delivered @ 11:13 A.M.

05-08-13: Case completed @ NVC per telephone call.

05-15-15: Case completed per email from NVC.

06-07-13: Rec'd email from NVC RE: interview date. (letter dated 06-05-13).

07-18-13: Interview date-- PASSED.

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