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hi everybody my friend and her father need a cheap place to stay in Moscow from Wednesday 25th till Friday 27th for her visitors-visa interview any help will be welcomed, thank-you

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hi everybody my friend and her father need a cheap place to stay in Moscow from Wednesday 25th till Friday 27th for her visitors-visa interview any help will be welcomed, thank-you

City realty in Moscow has very reasonable rentals in that neighborhood.

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Tripadvisor B&B near Moscow Embassy

There are several inexpensive places listed on Tripadvisor that are not far


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So how long did it take to get the interview?


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The last time I stayed in Moscow (not Visa related), I stayed in Hotel Sputnik: http://www.hotelsputnik.ru/indexe.htm

Not sure how close the embassy is, but you can get anywhere using the metro.

Also consider checking Hostels in the area, when my wife went to Poland for her Visa she stayed in a hostel.


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Apr. 13, 2012 - $590 check cashed for I-751 + Biometrics fee.

Apr. 13, 2012 - Received I-797, Notice of Action "I-751 Receipt Notice" dated 04/10/2012

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Hotel People (look them up on Booking.com) is pretty good. My husband stayed there for his interview and it was pretty nice and not too pricey. Very clean and some modern amenities (free wifi and some communal computers with internet, satellite TV, a fully-functional communal kitchen, etc.). It's actually divided into a hostel and a hotel - the hotel offers single rooms where you either have a private bathroom, or there are rooms that are single but you use a communal bathroom. The hostel, of course, is traditional hostel-style with several beds in one room. If you're really the private/quiet type, spend a little more for a single room for the privacy and quiet. There are safes up at the front desk to store your valuables while you're gone for the day. It's within walking distance of the Embassy, and you can get all the other places you need to go on the Metro. Victor had a positive experience staying there.

-Amy

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Our timlines K1 visa - Citizenship (06.28.2011 - 08.01.2016)

K1 Visa Timeline (06.28.2011 - 04.07.2012)

  • 06-28-2011: I-129F sent to Dallas
  • 07-05-2011: NOA1 (CSC)
  • 01-05-2012: NOA2 (184 days since NOA1)
  • 01-13-2012: NVC passed
  • 01-19-2012: Embassy received our case
  • 02-14-2012: Interview PASSED! :D K-1 Visa Approved! :D
  • 03-08-2012: POE
  • 04-07-2012: Wedding!

AOS/EAD Timeline (04.26.2012 - 12.13.2012)

  • 04-26-2012: I-485 and I-765 sent to Chicago Lockbox
  • 05-02-2012: NOA1 (both I-485 and I-765)
  • 05-23-2012: Biometrics taken
  • 07-02-2012: Employment Authorization Issued (07-09-2012 - received in the mail)
  • 12-03-2012: Made Service Request for I-485, because case is beyond processing time
  • 12-07-2012: I-485 APPROVED! 219 days since NOA1. No interview/RFE
  • 12-13-2012: GreenCard in the mailbox, done with AOS!

Lifting of conditions Timeline (09.04.2014 - 01.14.2015)

  • 09-04-2014: I-751 sent to CSC
  • 09-08-2014: NOA1
  • 11-10-2014: Biometrics taken
  • 01-07-2015: Approved! Only 122 days since NOA1. No interview/RFE
  • 01-14-2015: GreenCard in the mailbox

Citizenship Timeline (09.03.2015 - 01.08.2016)

- 09-03-2015: N-400 sent to Phoenix

- 09-10-2015: NOA1

- 10-08-2015: Biometrics taken

- 10-28-2015: Case is in line for an interview

- 11-02-2015: Letter with Naturalization Interview Appointment

- 12-07-2015: Interview passed

- 01-08-2016: Naturalization Oath Ceremony, I'm a US citizen now!

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Hotel People (look them up on Booking.com) is pretty good. My husband stayed there for his interview and it was pretty nice and not too pricey. Very clean and some modern amenities (free wifi and some communal computers with internet, satellite TV, a fully-functional communal kitchen, etc.). It's actually divided into a hostel and a hotel - the hotel offers single rooms where you either have a private bathroom, or there are rooms that are single but you use a communal bathroom. The hostel, of course, is traditional hostel-style with several beds in one room. If you're really the private/quiet type, spend a little more for a single room for the privacy and quiet. There are safes up at the front desk to store your valuables while you're gone for the day. It's within walking distance of the Embassy, and you can get all the other places you need to go on the Metro. Victor had a positive experience staying there.

-Amy

. Thank-you for the info there's a hostel like 5mins away from the us embassy

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hi everybody my friend and her father need a cheap place to stay in Moscow from Wednesday 25th till Friday 27th for her visitors-visa interview any help will be welcomed, thank-you

AirBNB is your friend. Last time I went to Moscow, I used AirBNB and picked out a nice place. My wife said she could get a better price, so she checks a site (similar to AirBNB) and it was not a bad place, but on my last day there, this meth addict son of the person who was renting it to us decided to show up and he was wearing only his underwear, and was completely out of his mind. He wasn't violent, just a bit strange... anyway, yea... use AirBNB and if your woman says she can find a better price, just say "thanks, but let me handle this".

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AirBNB is your friend. Last time I went to Moscow, I used AirBNB and picked out a nice place. My wife said she could get a better price, so she checks a site (similar to AirBNB) and it was not a bad place, but on my last day there, this meth addict son of the person who was renting it to us decided to show up and he was wearing only his underwear, and was completely out of his mind. He wasn't violent, just a bit strange... anyway, yea... use AirBNB and if your woman says she can find a better price, just say "thanks, but let me handle this".

. Thanks I hope that she used your advice since I did,t get no e-mail yet

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