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aslam khan

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So I'm a USC and have been living in Pakistan for the last two years since I got married. I applied for immigration 10 months ago and am still waiting for my DS-261 to get cleared. Pakistan doesn't fall under DCF but I meet all the requirements and now have an 8 month old son who is also a USC. I'm getting really worried about security in Pakistan and have been receiving emails from the US embassy in Islamabad telling me to be careful when I leave my home and to avoid large gathering and to . Lately there has been a lot of civil unrest with various parties trying to overthrow the government and every other day there are terrorist attacks getting closer and closer to where I live. I really want to move back to the states now with my family and am wondering what other valid reasons I can give to expedite my case. If you could give any information at all as to what might help I would sooo totally appreciate it.

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Yahya if you are USC, then fly to US ! without immigration .. or may be I am not able to understand your questions :S

15th Feb 2013 (Married)

03rd-Jun-13 NOA1 (Priority Date)

12th-Jun-13 NOA1 Hard Copy

17th-Dec-13 USCIS Transfer Email 1

18th-Dec-13 USCIS Transfer Email 2

23rd-Dec-13 USCIS Transfer Email 3

26th-Dec-13 Hard Copy Transferred to Nebraska (NSC)

21st-Feb-14 NOA2 Approved Email 1

25th-Feb-14 NOA2 Approved Email 2

27th-Feb-14 NOA2 Hard Copy

10th-Mar-14 NVC received approved documents

10th-April-14 NVC assigned case number

12th April-14 AOS Fees

14th April-14 AOS Package sent

16th April-14 Submit DS261

23rd April-14 Recieve IV Bill

24th April-14 IV Fees

16th May-14 Sent IV Package

6th June-14 package received by NVC

10th July 2014 Case completed

10th July 2014 Interview letter

Interview 19 Aug 2014 "Thank God" *Approved* :yes:

25th August 2014 *Passport Received*

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hes trying to say that he is a USC but his spouse is not.....he is applying for spouse.



01 January 2018: Online application

02 January 2018: NOA

06 January 2018: Biometric Notice

22 January 2018: Biometric appointment


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