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Hey! Just wondering if anyone is doing DCF or has done it in Haiti. Having a hard time finding any information in regards to timeline and what to expect:) We have started the process and filed the I-130 and are now waiting. Would love to connect or know someone in the same process!

Thanks!


GETTING ENGAGED OR MARRIED IN HAITI? check out Haiti Weddings !

*my journey*

10/30: gave all initial paperwork to Embassy in Haiti to start DCF process for CR1 for hubby and stepson

11/27: initial interview with USCIS at Embassy

12/30: received call from Embassy that cases are now in Immigrant Visa unit!

1/3: picked up Packet 3.5 at Embassy

1/15: medical appointment

2/4: dropped off everything for Packet 3.5 with medical too to Haiti Messager

2/18: picked up letter from Haiti Messager. We have an appointment on 2/24!!!!!!!!!!!!

2/24: APPROVED!!!!

3/6: Visas in hand! (took that long because of Kanaval)

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Send a private message to : A+B in Haiti

She hasn't been very active since this summer but I'm sure she'll reply. She's the only one I know of that has done DCF in Haiti. Her husband was approved in February (same day as my, then, fiance.)


To see a more detailed journey schedule, please see the About Me page and my Timeline.

Our K1 Process

June 7, 2012 -- Sent I-129F to June 9, 2013 -- Religious & Civil Wedding Ceremony in CT

FROM I-129f NOA1 to VISA APPROVAL: Exactly 8 months! No RFEs

Our AOS Process

July 16, 2013 -- Mailed AOS, EAD, and AP Paperwork to December 21, 2013 -- Received GC Card in the Mail!

FROM NOA1 to GREEN CARD in Hand: Exactly 4 months 27 days! No Interview or RFEs.

Our ROC Process

September 21, 2015 -- Mailed ROC Paperwork to August 6, 2016 -- Received Card in the Mail!

FROM NOA1 to GREEN CARD in Hand: Exactly 10 months 10 days! No Interview or RFEs.

Our {His} N-400 Process

Eligible to Apply for Citizenship on September 14, 2016.

October 4, 2016 -- Mailed N-400 Paperwork.

November 8, 2016 -- Completed Biometrics.

May 6, 2017 -- Received Interview Letter in the Mail.

June 8, 2017 -- Interview Passed!

June 16, 2017 -- Oath Ceremony! He is a USC!!

FROM Application to CITIZENSHIP: Exactly 8 months 13 days! No RFEs.

== I am the Petitioner/Sponsor/Citizen Spouse ==

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sent her a message:) Thanks so much!


GETTING ENGAGED OR MARRIED IN HAITI? check out Haiti Weddings !

*my journey*

10/30: gave all initial paperwork to Embassy in Haiti to start DCF process for CR1 for hubby and stepson

11/27: initial interview with USCIS at Embassy

12/30: received call from Embassy that cases are now in Immigrant Visa unit!

1/3: picked up Packet 3.5 at Embassy

1/15: medical appointment

2/4: dropped off everything for Packet 3.5 with medical too to Haiti Messager

2/18: picked up letter from Haiti Messager. We have an appointment on 2/24!!!!!!!!!!!!

2/24: APPROVED!!!!

3/6: Visas in hand! (took that long because of Kanaval)

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You're welcome! Hopefully she replies. If not, we are all here to help you.. So feel free to ask any questions :)


To see a more detailed journey schedule, please see the About Me page and my Timeline.

Our K1 Process

June 7, 2012 -- Sent I-129F to June 9, 2013 -- Religious & Civil Wedding Ceremony in CT

FROM I-129f NOA1 to VISA APPROVAL: Exactly 8 months! No RFEs

Our AOS Process

July 16, 2013 -- Mailed AOS, EAD, and AP Paperwork to December 21, 2013 -- Received GC Card in the Mail!

FROM NOA1 to GREEN CARD in Hand: Exactly 4 months 27 days! No Interview or RFEs.

Our ROC Process

September 21, 2015 -- Mailed ROC Paperwork to August 6, 2016 -- Received Card in the Mail!

FROM NOA1 to GREEN CARD in Hand: Exactly 10 months 10 days! No Interview or RFEs.

Our {His} N-400 Process

Eligible to Apply for Citizenship on September 14, 2016.

October 4, 2016 -- Mailed N-400 Paperwork.

November 8, 2016 -- Completed Biometrics.

May 6, 2017 -- Received Interview Letter in the Mail.

June 8, 2017 -- Interview Passed!

June 16, 2017 -- Oath Ceremony! He is a USC!!

FROM Application to CITIZENSHIP: Exactly 8 months 13 days! No RFEs.

== I am the Petitioner/Sponsor/Citizen Spouse ==

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