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We were approved last Thursday. We were the last couple to be interviewed.

During the interview, the only question we were asked was were we met. Then

the interviewer told us to show what we brought with us, from there on I

was the only one talking and showing our proofs of our relationship.

After the interview my wife was actually laughing because it looked

that I conducted the interview, jajaja.

To conclude, the interview lasted about 10 minutes, and then the interviewer

said, "I WILL NOW GO AHEAD A APPROVE YOUR APPLICATION", then we waited outside

and waited for the stamp on the passport. :)

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!! When you say last Thursday do you mean Apr 26th?

Question: Did you have to pay the $230 for the IV to NVC and at the Consulate? "Please keep in mind that the US$160 nonimmigrant visa fees and the US$15 service fee for the official verification of your personal records, must be paid at any branch of Banco Popular. These fees cannot be paid at the Consular Section."

Thank you.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
Timeline

YAY!! Congratulations!!!! :) :) :) :)


Teddy and Pika

26, November 2009: Teddy meet me in Peru for the 1st time!!
04, April 2010: Our Engagement ♥♥
16, March 2011: We got Married!!! :) :)

27, May 2011: I-130 Sent
31, May 2011: I-130 NOA1
13, September 2011: I-130 APPROVED!!
06, October 2011: NVC Received package
23, October 2011: NVC send Instruction Package
29, November 2011: Case completed at NVC
02, January 2012: Medical Test
11, January 2012: Interview date - APPROVED!!! YAY!!!!! :) :) :)
14, January 2012: VISA in hand!!! YAYYYYY!!!
11, March 2012: My Teddy picks me up!!
14, March 2012: Date of travel to USA!!! Finally with my Teddy ♥♥♥♥
10, April 2012: Social Security Card Received yay!!
13, April 2012: Welcome Letter Received :) :)
17, April 2012: Green Card Received :) :) :) :)

18, June 2012: I'm 7 weeks pregnant!!! and we saw our TeddyPika baby on
the ultrasound for the 1st time!!!! :)♥♥ Yay!!
16, July 2012: We bought my car!!! yay!! :) :)
13, August 2012: 14 Weeks pregnant and the wonderful ultrasound! It's a baby boy!
16, August 2012: Got my Florida Driver License!! Finally! :) :)
24, July 2014: Green Card conditions done!!!! No interview needed!! Yay! :dancing:

09, September 2014: 10 weeks pregnant! Baby #2 is on the way!!! (L)

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!! When you say last Thursday do you mean Apr 26th?

Question: Did you have to pay the $230 for the IV to NVC and at the Consulate? "Please keep in mind that the US$160 nonimmigrant visa fees and the US$15 service fee for the official verification of your personal records, must be paid at any branch of Banco Popular. These fees cannot be paid at the Consular Section."

Thank you.

Hey, i dont know what are talking about? i adjusted my status from withing the USA. i was already an student on a F1 visa, i did not have to pay anything but the AOS application fee, plus the medical examination.

DOES THAT HELP?

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We were approved last Thursday. We were the last couple to be interviewed.

During the interview, the only question we were asked was were we met. Then

the interviewer told us to show what we brought with us, from there on I

was the only one talking and showing our proofs of our relationship.

After the interview my wife was actually laughing because it looked

that I conducted the interview, jajaja.

To conclude, the interview lasted about 10 minutes, and then the interviewer

said, "I WILL NOW GO AHEAD A APPROVE YOUR APPLICATION", then we waited outside

and waited for the stamp on the passport. :)

CONGRATS!

Edited by MrTee12

K1 Visa Process -> 12/09-06/10 Married -> 09/10/10 AOS Process -> 09/10-12/10 Removal of Conditions-> 09/12-07/13

U.S. Naturalization -> 7/8/20

***What To Do After NOA2 (The Dominican Way) Wiki Page:

https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/dominican_republic_after_receiving_the_noa2/***

 

 

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