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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Singapore

I wonder if there are forumers here who have the same case as mine. I'm a Filipino citizen and a Singapore PR for 3 years now. When my fiance applied for the I-129F, he wrote Singapore as my nearest US consulate since I live and work here and prefer to be interviewed here.

My question is - do the requirements for SG citizen beneficiaries apply to me as well? Will I be interviewed in Manila or SG?

I hope to hear from anyone who has a similar experience. Actually I'm just dying to talk to someone I can relate with! Thanks! Your replies are much appreciated. :)

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Call the US Embassy in SG

Met onilne 17 Jan 2012, via skype & yahoo IM

Married 4 Dec 2013

I-130 Filed 1/24/2014

I-130 NOA1 2/7/2014

I-130 NOA2 7/11/2014 Approved

I-130 Package Sent to NVC 7/31/2014

I-130 Package Received at NVC 8/4/2014

Case Uploaded 8/13/2014

Received Case # and Invoice # 8/15/2014

DS-261 Completed 8/27/2014

AOS Fee Paid and Cleared Bank 8/29/2014

AOS Package sent to NVC 8/30/2014

AOS Package Received at NVC 9/2/2014

IV Fee Email Received 9/27/2014

IV Fee Bill Payment Made 9/27/2014

COC for Malayisa Applied Online 9/27/2014

COC for Singapore Applied for at Local Office 9/29/2014, pick-up date 13 Oct 20

DS-260 Completed 10/2/2014

IV Fee's Mark as Paid by NVC 9/30/2014

IV Packet Sent to NVC on 16 Oct 2014

IV Packet Received at NVC 17 Oct 2014

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I'm Malaysian, SG PR for 12 years, stayed, worked, and had my K1 Visa interview in SG without any hassle. So, if you are still working and staying in SG, you may have your interview scheduled there. I believe Singaporean or PR would have to go through the same procedure, no more or less.

Edited by James_n_Karen

K1 TimeLine:

July 21 2008 ~~ Sent I-129F Package via FedEx to VSC

Jan 30 2009 ~~ Interview

Feb 06 2009 ~~ Visa Received

AOS TimeLine:

April 14 2009 ~~ Sent I-485 Package via FedEx to Chicago Lockbox

April 22 2009 ~~ NOAs for AOS/AP/EAD

April 23 2009 ~~ Check Cashed

May 11 2009 ~~ CSC Transfer Notice Received

May 29 2009 ~~ AP Approval Notice Received

June 17 2009 ~~ Biometric Appointment

July 23 2009 ~~ Card Production Ordered Notice Received without Interview

July 30 2009 ~~ Green Card Received in Mail

ROC TimeLine:

May 27 2011 ~~ Sent I-751 Package to VSC

June 1 2011 ~~ Package Received

June 7 2011 ~~ Check Cashed

June 8 2011 ~~ NOA Received (dated June 1)

June 29 2011 ~~ Biometric Appointment Letter Received (scheduled on July 25 @12noon)

Jan 31 2012 ~~ Approval Notice Received without Interview

March 7 2012 ~~ Green Card Received in Mail

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