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Hello,

I sent off my i-130 back in 2010 and haven't heard anything from them regarding my progress since 2011. I then, sent off my I129f in 2012 hoping that something will happened even though many told me it was pointless and pretty much obsolete. Well my husband got it approved and we are now living in the US(since may 2013). We are beyond excited to be back in america ,considering we have been living in his london studio flat with 2 kids for the past 3 years, but what now? Still no contact about the i-130. I called and again they are just giving me a service request. I have no idea what to do next other than letting my husband get an authorization for employment but was told that I can adjust his status??? So what do we do now??? My mind is kind of scattered so I'm sure I left a lot of things out just let me know if you need anything else! Thanks!

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That is good to here you got K3 approved gives me hope of being together again


USCIS

11/09/2012 Filed I-130
11/19/2012 Received NOA1
03/22/2013 Had Congressional Inquiry case at Irving Field Office
05/25/2013 Case sent from Irving Tx to Kansas City Field Office
06/17/2013 Filed 129F for K3 NOA1
07/12/2013 Info pass found out case sent to Kansas see above
07/12/2013 Congressional Inquiry again
07/22/2013 Received RFE (Bona Fide Marriage)
07/25/2013 Sent in RFE for requested information
08/2/2013 I130 approved
08/8/2013 NOA2 in hand

*272 days at USCIS

NVC

08/15/2013 Case Received at NVC

08/28/2013 Called Have Case # and IIN #

09/03/2013 Received AOS invoice email setup online payment filled out DS-261online

09/05/2013 Status shows paid printed off cover sheet and sent I-864 package

09/06/2013 NVC said DS-261 accepted should be 10 working days to invoice

09/24/2013 Received IV Invoice and setup payment 13 working days from DS-261

09/25/2013 IV Showed Paid started working on DS-260

10/25/2013 DS-260 completed and submitted

11/04/2013 Received Checklist for Photo's and a current NBI (criminal report)

11/20/2013 Sent Checklist Items to NVC

12/17/2013 Called NVC Today they said Case Completed

12/24/2013 Received Official email of Case Complete

12/27/2013 Received interview instruction interview date set 02/06/2014.

*134 Days at NVC

USA Embassy Manila

01/29/2014 Completed Medical at St Luke's Extension Clinic

02/06/2014 Completed Interview and they said she was approved smile.png

02/10/2014 CEAC Status changed from "Ready" to issued.

02/13/2014 Received txt message from 2go passport in transit.

02/14/2014 Passport with Visa in hand.

Arrived

02/18/14 POE at DFW YES!!!!

*467 days from filing to arrival

03/31/2014 Green Card in hand :dancing:

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Hello,

I sent off my i-130 back in 2010 and haven't heard anything from them regarding my progress since 2011. I then, sent off my I129f in 2012 hoping that something will happened even though many told me it was pointless and pretty much obsolete. Well my husband got it approved and we are now living in the US(since may 2013). We are beyond excited to be back in america ,considering we have been living in his london studio flat with 2 kids for the past 3 years, but what now? Still no contact about the i-130. I called and again they are just giving me a service request. I have no idea what to do next other than letting my husband get an authorization for employment but was told that I can adjust his status??? So what do we do now??? My mind is kind of scattered so I'm sure I left a lot of things out just let me know if you need anything else! Thanks!

Time to adjust status. See:

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

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