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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Hello Everyone. Congratulations to all who have received their NOA2 this month and my prayers to all those who are still waiting. I am new to this site and I need some clarity on my situations. I just received my letter in the mail from USCIS stating that my I129F Petition For Fiance was approved and forwarded to the listed Consulate. And that I should contact the consulate with any further questions about visa issuance. My question is What's Next. Should my fiance and I wait to hear from the Consulate in Jamaica or is there something that I can do in the mean time. I was under the assumption that the approved documents would be sent to the Visa Center then forwarded from there to the consulate. Am I missing something here? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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there is a guide on the bottom of this page explaining what to do once your approved. This is only apart of the requirements for the interview. http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

There are ways to expedite you getting an interview date. maybe 2-3 weeks but you would need to do some more stuff. if you want those guidelines, we are willing to help, other wise, you can just wait for everything to happen naturally :thumbs:


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10/16/2012 Mailed I-485, I-765, I-131
10/19/2012 NOA1
11/09/2012 Biometrics Apt @ 3pm
12/25/2012 EAD/AP Approval
01/05/2013 Received EAD/AP in mail

06/20/2013 AOS APPROVED!!!!!

LIFTING OF CONDITIONS

3/23/15 Mailed I-751

3/25/15 NOA1

3/28/15 NOA1 Received in the Mail

4/28/15 Biometrics Apt.

11/13/15 ROC Approved

11/18/15 Approval Letter Received

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Hello Everyone. Congratulations to all who have received their NOA2 this month and my prayers to all those who are still waiting. I am new to this site and I need some clarity on my situations. I just received my letter in the mail from USCIS stating that my I129F Petition For Fiance was approved and forwarded to the listed Consulate. And that I should contact the consulate with any further questions about visa issuance. My question is What's Next. Should my fiance and I wait to hear from the Consulate in Jamaica or is there something that I can do in the mean time. I was under the assumption that the approved documents would be sent to the Visa Center then forwarded from there to the consulate. Am I missing something here? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

My husband never got anything from the embassy until a week before his interview. Ricky is right...you can let it take its own (slow) course or we can help you move it along via email. Make sure your fiance has his non-impediment and police report ordered or in place.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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there is a guide on the bottom of this page explaining what to do once your approved. This is only apart of the requirements for the interview. http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

There are ways to expedite you getting an interview date. maybe 2-3 weeks but you would need to do some more stuff. if you want those guidelines, we are willing to help, other wise, you can just wait for everything to happen naturally :thumbs:

Thank you. I would really love to learn how to expedite getting an early interview date after waiting so long for our approval. Your help/guide will be greatly appreciated.

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My husband never got anything from the embassy until a week before his interview. Ricky is right...you can let it take its own (slow) course or we can help you move it along via email. Make sure your fiance has his non-impediment and police report ordered or in place.

Thank you very much for your response, I would really love your help and guidance.

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And that's how we do it here Famliy... Welcome to VJ YaadiLuv...I Love this site more and more everyday :thumbs: I don't think I would have remained sane though this process so far with out seeing such great support from everyone just reading your experience, advice, and comforting words is enough to get us through. :ot: Sorry..continue B-)

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Thank you very much for your response, I would really love your help and guidance.

you need to be on top of things. since you were approved the 15th, you can call NVC next week monday or tuesday to find out if they get your case. I can only help you when your case is on its way to ja consulate. in the mean time, have your fiancee go to get a police record, it only cost $2000 for the express service which he should do. this link will explain all about it http://www.my-island-jamaica.com/how-to-obtain-a-police-record-in-jamaica.html

Next thing he/she will need to do is get a non impediment letter which he will apply for at the RGD office (he needs the original birth certi to do this) in the parish he/she lives. this cost about $6500 for the regular service. in the mean time, just wait for the case to reach and leave NVC and let me know

good luck


AOS

10/16/2012 Mailed I-485, I-765, I-131
10/19/2012 NOA1
11/09/2012 Biometrics Apt @ 3pm
12/25/2012 EAD/AP Approval
01/05/2013 Received EAD/AP in mail

06/20/2013 AOS APPROVED!!!!!

LIFTING OF CONDITIONS

3/23/15 Mailed I-751

3/25/15 NOA1

3/28/15 NOA1 Received in the Mail

4/28/15 Biometrics Apt.

11/13/15 ROC Approved

11/18/15 Approval Letter Received

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you need to be on top of things. since you were approved the 15th, you can call NVC next week monday or tuesday to find out if they get your case. I can only help you when your case is on its way to ja consulate. in the mean time, have your fiancee go to get a police record, it only cost $2000 for the express service which he should do. this link will explain all about it http://www.my-island-jamaica.com/how-to-obtain-a-police-record-in-jamaica.html

Next thing he/she will need to do is get a non impediment letter which he will apply for at the RGD office (he needs the original birth certi to do this) in the parish he/she lives. this cost about $6500 for the regular service. in the mean time, just wait for the case to reach and leave NVC and let me know

good luck

We will get started on the police record and the non-impediment letter. I always new he needed his police record but never thought of a non-impediment letter, go figure. Thank you so much for your assistance and I will keep you up to date on our progress.

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