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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico

Hey I am just a bit stressed, I just got my interview date in Ciudad Juarez for the 14th of November which is a Friday, I have to work on the 11th (Tuesday) so I would be traveling on the 12th (Wednesday) Is it possible to do everything I need to do there in 2 days? That would mean to get the fingerprints done and the medical examination on the same day, then the interview on Friday.

Please advise, because I would like to buy the plane tickets ASAP to try and get a better deal.

thanks in advance

First Met: June-13 - 2003

Marriage : January-26-2012

I-130 Sent : May-31-2013

I-130 NOA1 : June-05-2013

NOA 2: April-08 - 2014

Case shipped to NVC: April-16 - 2014

10 months in USCIS


Case received: April - 28 - 2014

Case number & IIN: May - 22 - 2014

DS-261 available & completed: May - 30 - 2014

DS-261 scanned June - 03 - 2014

AOS fee paid: June - 02 - 2014

AOS fee shows as paid: June - 04 - 2014

AOS packet sent: June - 09 - 2014

AOS scanned: June - 17 - 2014


IV fee invoiced & paid: July - 29 - 2014

IV fee shows as paid: July - 30 - 2014

IV packet sent: August - 4 - 2014

DS-260 Completed: August - 6 -2014

IV packet scanned in NVC's system August - 13 - 2014

CASE COMPLETE: Oct - 09 - 2014

Interview Scheduled: Oct - 16 - 2014

Interview Date: Nov - 14 - 2014

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i want it to ask u if everything work out with only two days.illbe doing the same and i am a Little stresss

NOA1 I130 - March 20 2014 TSC
NOA2 I130 - August 20 TSC
Sent to NVC August 27 from TSC
Received - September 15
Case Number and IIN - September 17
AOS/IV FEE -Sept 17
PAID - Sept 17
Ds260 Complete- Sept 25
Package sent Sept 30
Scan Date Oct 2
Case Complete - November 25 :dancing:

Interview: January 28 APPROOOVEDDDD!!

Visa Issued: January 28

Finally Home (L) : Feb/7/2015

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