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Hi I just want to know if there are some who have the same situation with mine. I had my CR1 interview last July 11, 2014. Been under AP since that day, they asked for CENOMAR which I already processed in the NSO Pasay right after the interview. My husband called the embassy last week about the status, and the lady that he had talked to said to call again after another 2 weeks because the case is for final decision. I was just wondering what might be the cause of taking it too long to decide. ANyway I worked in a hospital in Saudi for 6 years. In our petition, we only submitted 1 proof of relationship (other than the marriage cert) which is the lease contract of the apartment here in the philippines, and during the interview the CO didnt ask for more proofs like pictures and everything. We started the relationship since 2008, and just got married in 2013, we met 5 times and the last time we've met was the day of teh interview, but he was not able to accompany me all throughout the interview because it's his flight at 9:30am that day, and he has to leave at 7am. please I need some enlightenment. Im a bit worried now, why it is taking too long and the CO doesnt have a final decision yet. Your comments will be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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U need to have patience. It will take 2 to 4 weeks to review your missing docs. I suggest u call them every week. Honestly I'm also curios why they are taking too long to review just a 1 piece of docs.


12-09-13: wedding

USCIS

02-03-14: submit I-130

02-10-14: noa1

03-03-14: approved

03-17-14: case shipped to NVC

NVC

03-24-14: nvc receive

05-02-14: lawyer receive email of case # and IIN

05-02-14: pay both aos and iv

05-10-14: both appear paid

05-10-14: ds-260 submitted

05-26-14: both package mailed

05-30-14: nvc received both package

07-03-14: CASE COMPLETE :)

07-09-14: got my INTERVIEW DATE! (By a phone call)

07-10-14: appointment letter receive

MEDICAL AND EMBASSY

07-14-14: medical

07-15-14: result (passed)

08-08-14: interview date (APPROVED)

08-14-14: VISA ON HAND :D

GREEN CARD AND SSN

08-28-14: Paid ELIS

09-09-14: POE. ALOHA HAWAII ;)

09-13-14: SSN received

09-26-14: USCIS GC initial review

09-29-14: produced

10-03-14: GC arrived :))))

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ROC

08-17-16: Sent I-751 package to California Service Center

08-22-16: package delivered

08-26-16: NOA and extension letter received. (Receipt date: 08-22-16)

09-27-16: File a service request online

09-29-16: biometric appointment received

10-14-16: biometric appointment

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@Yhan2x ..yeah that makes me wonder.. :( .. Do you think the CO is satisfied that he didnt ask for any proof of relationship? He just asked things like, how and when we met , when was the wedding, how many times my husband visited me, the last time I saw my husband, where he was born, his hobbies, what's his job, if he has children, if i have children (both no), then he gave me a pamphlet to read about domestic violence, then the last thing he asked if Ive been to other country and where,I said yes in Saudi. then he told me that he will cal me again, then my number flashed inn the screen twice and when I was about to go to him the flashed again to window 71 and the Filipino guy handed me the NSO form for Cenomar.

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~~moved to Waivers and AP from IR1 / CR1 process and procedures as topic us asking about AP~~


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