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First of all, i would like to thank everybody on this wonderful website.

My fiancee' finally got her k-1 visa approved.

we are currently waiting for her passport and the visa to be delivered.

they said it will take 3 days at least.

but anyhow, we are going to LAX together.

What i want to know is can we actually line up together for immigration on citizen And PR line?

see, my fiancee's english is poor so i would feel more comfortable we can actually go through together.

And the form i-94, do i get that during the flight?

i am little lost here.

please help guys !!!!!

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First of all, i would like to thank everybody on this wonderful website.

My fiancee' finally got her k-1 visa approved.

we are currently waiting for her passport and the visa to be delivered.

they said it will take 3 days at least.

but anyhow, we are going to LAX together.

What i want to know is can we actually line up together for immigration on citizen And PR line?

see, my fiancee's english is poor so i would feel more comfortable we can actually go through together.

And the form i-94, do i get that during the flight?

i am little lost here.

please help guys !!!!!

Sure, you can both go through together and you can use either line. I suggest the citizen and resident line as it is usually faster. That's what we did. You will then most likely be directed to another area where further processing will be done.

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Sure, you can both go through together and you can use either line. I suggest the citizen and resident line as it is usually faster. That's what we did. You will then most likely be directed to another area where further processing will be done.

really?

see, that's what i wanted to know

what exactly is further processing, though

please enlighten me

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Yes... You get the I-94 (with your customs form) on the flight to the US (POE). This is given to the Immigration Official at the POE and he returns the small part of the card, which is to be kept safely.


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VSC NOA1 --- March 8, 2012
NOA2 --- October 11, 2012
Visa Approved --- December 17, 2012
POE --- December 22, 2012

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AOS/EAD/AP NOA1 --- March 4, 2013
Biometrics --- April 3, 2013

EAD/AP received --- May 16, 2013

AOS Interview --- August 9, 2013

GC in production --- August 9, 2013

GC received --- August 17, 2013

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really?

see, that's what i wanted to know

what exactly is further processing, though

please enlighten me

Further processing is where they send you to another location where someone will review the packet that your fiancee was carrying, write some things down on the I-94 with her A number and the expiration date of the I-94 (90 days) and tell her she needs to get married within the 90 days or leave the country. Some POEs do this quickly, and at others this will take some time. When we arrived together in Atlanta it took about 3 1/2 hours. Plan accordingly.


If at first you don't succeed, then sky diving is not for you.

Someone stole my dictionary. Now I am at a loss for words.

If Apple made a car, would it have windows?

Ban shredded cheese. Make America Grate Again .

Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day.  Deport him and you never have to feed him again.

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First of all, i would like to thank everybody on this wonderful website.

My fiancee' finally got her k-1 visa approved.

we are currently waiting for her passport and the visa to be delivered.

they said it will take 3 days at least.

but anyhow, we are going to LAX together.

What i want to know is can we actually line up together for immigration on citizen And PR line?

see, my fiancee's english is poor so i would feel more comfortable we can actually go through together.

And the form i-94, do i get that during the flight?

i am little lost here.

please help guys !!!!!

You will likely be able to go through the same line but you will have to ask which line to go through. There are always people there helping with the lines. We were told to both go through the visitors line.


Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Manila, Philippines

I-129F Sent : 2008-12-02

I-129F Receipt Notice : 2008-12-05

RFE: 2009-02-26

Approval Notice: 2009-03-13

NVC Received: 2009-03-23

Left NVC: 2009-05-12

Stuck at NVC 50 days

Interview: 2009-06-23 Passed!

Visa picked up: 2009-06-25

POE Detroit: 2009-07-04

Married: 2009-09-11

Filed for AOS: 2009-09-22

Biometrics taken: 2009-10-29

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Employment Authorization approved 2009-11-04

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