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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hi there, im new here too but yeah as per reading couple of articles, nbi clearance (travel abroad, green copy) is required and i believe nbi clearance is valid for 1 year from the date it has been issued.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

Validity is one year, but I learned from the previous applicants that they always need the latest during the interview. 6months from the date of issue is alright.


K1 TIMELINE:

Packet Sent: October 23, 2014

Packet Received: October 24, 2014

NOA1: October 27, 2014

ARN Changed: October 31, 2014

NOA1 hardcopy received: November 06, 2014

RFE Issued: November 24, 2014

RFE Hardcopy received: November 27, 2014

RFE Reply Sent: December 02, 2014

RFE Received: December 05, 2014

NOA2: December 11, 2014

Sent to NVC: Dec 15, 2014

NVC Received: December 23, 2014

Case Number Assigned: December 26, 2014

NVC Left: December 30, 2014

Consulate Received (Ready): January 05, 2015

Interview Date : February 02, 2015- Approved!

Visa On-Hand : February 14, 2015

POE: April 06, 2015 (Dallas)

SSN Issued: April 20, 2015

Wedding: June 09, 2015

SSN Name Changed: June 20, 2015

AOS TIMELINE:

AOS Sent: June 29, 2015

USCIS Received: July 01, 2015

NOA1 Electronic Mail: July 08, 2015

NOA1 Hardcopy&Biometric Appointment: July 17, 2015

Biometric Schedule : July 29, 2015 (Lubbock, Tx)

EA​D/AP Approval: September 03, 2015

EAD/AP Ca​rd received: September 11, 2015

AOS Approved:Novemner 09, 2015

Green Card On-Hand: November 14, 2015

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Thank you so much ram19 and Williamangeline for the quick reply. So that means if the immigrant has her 5 month old NBI she will be good to go right? and one more thing guys is it okay or does USC who is the petitioner allowed to enter the building during interview US embassy manila?

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