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Pd 24 july 2014

Case complete 12/08/2015

Interview date ##

Medical app. Date feb. 1st 2016

Visa in hand ???

POE ???

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Italy
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If we do something serious, well written, and with good motivations, we can all sign. This is just a desperate lament full of mistakes

Please.. stop retrogression on visa bulletin it s very dramatic for the familly... Accelerate F2a case (- than 2 years)

The situation of F2a is crual, married for many years with under ages childrens have to be separed from father who s working hard in US. It s so pain full to don t see your kids growing up and not be there for them just because of back blog ...... Can the reform can change this processing time ? Please do something Is so unfair make current as IR .... Or at least faster to obtain the right to be reunited.

VISA BULLETIN Is just a torture, RÉTROGRESSION WHY you are in the queue getting closer and hop go back to 1 year before WHY..... Who did not do Is job....who don t respect the line and processing time.... Who have to wait again and can do Nothing about it "US "...Is just the system They made in the seventy s but we are soon in 2015 with Barrack 'Obama so Yes we can!!! Make a change !!!

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Philippines
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no offense to the one who created the petition but i think it should be revised to be more understandable.


Ecclesiastes 3:1

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.

USCIS

Sep. 09, 2014 - I130 Package sent

Oct. 03, 2014 - NOA1 - Priority Date

Feb. 25, 2015 - NOA2 - Petition Approved (Checked via USCIS website)

Mar. 03, 2015 - NOA2 Hard-copy received

NVC

Aug. 08, 2015 - Welcome Letter

Aug. 08, 2015 - AOS Invoiced and paid (120$)

Aug. 09, 2015 - AOS Fee Status 'In Progress'

Aug. 12, 2015 - AOS Fee Status 'Paid'

Aug. 29, 2015 - IV Invoiced and paid (325$)

Sep. 04, 2015 - Sent IV and AOS Docs

Sep. 05, 2015 - Completed DS-260

Sep. 09, 2015 - NVC received AOS/IV package

Oct. 09, 2015 - Case complete with no checklist

Feb. 25, 2016 - Interview date scheduled

Mar. 08, 2016 - CEAC 'Ready'

Mar. 09, 2016 - SLEC Medical Day 1

Mar. 10, 2016 - SLEC Medical Day 2 Completed

U.S EMBASSY MANILA

Apr. 05, 2016 - Interview date - 221g because of missing NBI AKA

Apr. 05, 2016 - Got new NBI clearance with AKA and sent to USEM via 2go

Apr. 06, 2016 - USEM received NBI clearance

Apr. 07, 2016 - CEAC status touched but still AP.

Apr. 14, 2016 - Emailed USEM asking for update

Apr. 15, 2016 - USEM replied and acknowledge receipt of NBI clearance on Apr. 07.

Apr. 15, 2016 - CEAC status touched but still AP.

Apr. 22, 2016 - CEAC Updated to ISSUED at 02:00PM Manila Time

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Nigeria
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I'm tired of these petitions. In the past.. They did nothing...

Obama has promised he's going to act with executive power immediately after November elections.

That means he's going to implement a new immigration reform policy with or without the approval of Congress.

Republicans say he's joking

Though from past experience, I don't trust obama especially now that he's playing politics with the whole thing but till then all I have to do is wait

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I'm tired of these petitions. In the past.. They did nothing...

Obama has promised he's going to act with executive power immediately after November elections.

That means he's going to implement a new immigration reform policy with or without the approval of Congress.

Republicans say he's joking

Though from past experience, I don't trust obama especially now that he's playing politics with the whole thing but till then all I have to do is wait

I apologize if this would come across as harsh but what were you expecting from a whitehouse petition?

A White House petition is just that, a petition. After a set number of signatures, they have to respond. Respond could merely mean issuing a statement. That itself is useless to us since we are expecting some action.

The White House (really the executive branch) can't do an immigration reform without Congress' help. That's just the way the system is designed.

I personally find these petitions (not just immigration ones, all of them) to be a complete waste of time.

A better way is to write a letter to your Congressman or Senator.

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 I apologize if this would come across as harsh but what were you expecting from a whitehouse petition?

A White House petition is just that, a petition. After a set number of signatures, they have to respond. Respond could merely mean issuing a statement. That itself is useless to us since we are expecting some action.

The White House (really the executive branch) can't do an immigration reform without Congress' help. That's just the way the system is designed.

I personally find these petitions (not just immigration ones, all of them) to be a complete waste of time.

A better way is to write a letter to your Congressman or Senator.

Nope.. Do your research...

Obama has the power to and from the look of things he will..

Have you been following the news lately? I don't think so

He already started quietly..

The Haitians are the first on the list

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Nope.. Do your research...

Obama has the power to and from the look of things he will..

Have you been following the news lately? I don't think so

He already started quietly..

The Haitians are the first on the list

That unfortunately is not immigration reform. If you think otherwise, i suggest you look up the meaning of the word "reform". Then you'll understand why what the executive branch did to the Haitians wouldn't even come close to the meaning of the word.

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That unfortunately is not immigration reform. If you think otherwise, i suggest you look up the meaning of the word "reform". Then you'll understand why what the executive branch did to the Haitians wouldn't even come close to the meaning of the word.

If it's not '' Immigration reform '' then what is it

Well my friend.. You can call it whatever you like...

Feel free to read the article below

Obama Quietly Begins Unilateral Immigration Reform

by Keith Koffler on October 18, 2014, 11:38 am

President Obama Friday made a downpayment on the sweeping immigration reform he is expected to unilaterally declare once the elections are out of the way, permitting up to around 100,000 prospective Haitian immigrants to bypass immigration law and enter the country.

The move, a typical Friday announcement designed to attract minimum notice, eliminated wait times for future Florida Democratic voters Haitians who have been approved to gain green cards in two years, allowing them to make their way to the United States beginning in 2015 instead and begin working if they want.

Their entry has to have been petitioned by family members already in the United States.

Theres a gentleman near me who runs a flop house renting rooms out to immigrants, and the local authorities cant do a thing about it because theyre all family and the burden of proof is on the state to show theyre not.

Ill tell ya, that fellow has a large, changing, and even ethnically diverse family. Fortunately those living there now seem nice and even possibly related.

According to the New York Times, the new legalization has the same rationale that may be used as part of Obamas expected mass legalization program:

Fridays announcement is not part of that broader executive action, but includes an element that the administration is considering for wider use. In some proposals, temporary parole, like that planned for the Haitian relatives, could be offered to a much larger group of close relatives of American citizens who are in the United States illegally.

However, Haitians who snuck into the United States illegally are not included. Yet.

Which countries are next on President Obamas list? demanded Senate Judiciary ranking member Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa in a stinging statement. Will there be medical screenings before entry? Will work permits be granted automatically? How will this affect American workers?

Speaking to the Miami Herald, an administration official did not try to hide that the action was taken in lieu of legislation.

Comprehensive immigration reform would have solved this problem not just for Haitians but for all other nationalities who are waiting in the immigrant visa backlog because it would have substantially increased the numbers of family immigrant visas available and people would have been able to come in as permanent residents. As it hasnt happened, we are proceeding with this program.

Forget it Chuck. Americans as intended are becoming so inured to extralegal action by this administration that this will provoke hardly a yawn, and not even that from the mainstream press.

Haiti is a miserable place, where hundreds of thousands died in the 2010 earthquake. But there are many places suffering horribly in the world.

America the most compassionate country on earth. If a law gets in the way of a decision to target Haitians for relief, its the job of Congress, not Obama, to change it.

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