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Hello.

First of all, I am sorry for airing my sentiments and frustrations. I really have nowhere to ###### at where I will be understood.

We just got our NOA2 last week. Prior to receiving the NOA2, we received a letter asking us names of people we have not heard of, and asking us if we changed our names. When we rang the California Service Centre they too were surprised about the mixed up and the odd letter that they sent. Fast forward, my fiance knew some bloke who worked for the state department and he asked this friend of his for a favour - basically to check the status of our application. He asked this friend of his during the time we were confused about the letter we received. The friend yesterday told my fiance that he checked my name and he saw that my name was red flagged. According to my fiance's mate, I lied about my application and apparently I was married before according to the records. So my fiance told me about this and I was just raging mad right now to the point I want to stab stray kittens. I never lied to my application and I have never been married. Bloody hell, if I was married I definitely had no recollection of it esp the shagging bit. So my question is, do random rubbish system bollocks often happen? I am really exhausted. I would have probably understood the whole thing if the reason why I was red flagged was because I am Chinese.

I am sorry for moaning.

Thank you

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I am sorry to hear this!! I am afraid you have quite a unique case here.. can't give too much advice, but don't worry, if you're red flagged, then you wouldn't pass NOA2 at all!!!

It is also possible a lot of Chinese people share similar names so that it is confusing for Western people. :star:


03-09-2012: NOA1

09-12-2012: NOA2

10-01-2012: Package 3

10-13-2012: Package 4

10-22-2012: Medical

10-29-2012: Interview, approved!!!

12-23-2012: POE Boston

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Hello.

First of all, I am sorry for airing my sentiments and frustrations. I really have nowhere to ###### at where I will be understood.

We just got our NOA2 last week. Prior to receiving the NOA2, we received a letter asking us names of people we have not heard of, and asking us if we changed our names. When we rang the California Service Centre they too were surprised about the mixed up and the odd letter that they sent. Fast forward, my fiance knew some bloke who worked for the state department and he asked this friend of his for a favour - basically to check the status of our application. He asked this friend of his during the time we were confused about the letter we received. The friend yesterday told my fiance that he checked my name and he saw that my name was red flagged. According to my fiance's mate, I lied about my application and apparently I was married before according to the records. So my fiance told me about this and I was just raging mad right now to the point I want to stab stray kittens. I never lied to my application and I have never been married. Bloody hell, if I was married I definitely had no recollection of it esp the shagging bit. So my question is, do random rubbish system bollocks often happen? I am really exhausted. I would have probably understood the whole thing if the reason why I was red flagged was because I am Chinese.

I am sorry for moaning.

Thank you

Are you a Chinese, born in the Philippines? if yes, get a CENOMAR at NSO to prove them wrong.


Our Time Line
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CR-1/CR-2
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USCIS Stage: (13 DAYS)
Apr 15, 2012 - Filed I-130 ($420 x2)
Apr 19, 2012 - NOA-1
May 2, 2012 - NOA-2


NVC STAGE: (56 DAYS)
05/21/12 - Case finally entered into NVC system
05/25/12 - Received case #, IIN, and BIN, gave e-mail addresses, sent optin e-mail
05/25/12 - Received info package and AOS bill e-mails from NVC
05/25/12 - AOS bill invoiced & paid ($88)
05/29/12 - AOS bill appears as PAID
06/01/12 - IV Bill Invoiced & PAID ($230 x2)
06/04/12 - IV Bill Shows PAID
06/15/12 - AOS & IV Packages sent
07/02/12 - RFE email received
07/06/12 - Sent NSO copy of MC and BC
07/16/12 - Case Complete (2nd Wedding Anniversary)
08/01/12 - Interview Date Assigned -->>>>(Sept.5, 2012@ 6:15am)



Medical/CFO / Consulate / POE:
08/29/2012-------- Medical Exam: PASSED
08/30/2012 ---------Advance CFO @SMEF-COW
09/05/2012-------- Interview: VISA APPROVED!!!!

09/11/2012 ------- VISA RECEIVED!
10/02/2012 -------- POE = Honolulu, Hawaii
Welcome to Hawaii

10/18/2012 - received 10yr. GC & SSN#

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