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ChuckYJeison

I-129F approval same sex marriange

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My fiancé and I just received approval on the I-129F approval (Nov 12) on the USCIS website. I haven't received the NOA2 yet, which is what I expect will be coming in the next week or so. I'm not too concerned about receiving any kind of push back from the US immigration workers because of this being a same sex marriage. I am very concerned about the interview of my fiancé in Colombia because this is a same sex marriage. Does anyone have any information about the interview process with a same sex marriage? Can we be denied at this point solely because of same sex marriage. I think my I-134 and my fiancé's DS160 is next, is that correct?

10/16/2014: I-129F packet mailed

10/17/2014: I-129F received by California Service Center.

10/21/2014: NOA1 Notice sent

10/23/2014: Alien Registration Number changed (not sure what that means)

11/12/2014: I-129F approved

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Congratulations on your incredibly fast approval!
No, they can't deny you just for being the same sex.

You can start calling NVC soon to see if they have already received your case or assigned you a case number.

Read the VJ guides and look for your embassy's requirements.

Good luck!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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As a same-sex couple we are preparing for the interview stage now and do not feel as if we're treated differently. You should not be either. As long as you have all the evidence of your relationship things should go very well. Your approval was quick. The next steps will be quicker. We actually received our instructions from the US Embassy in Stockholm by email before we received formal notice from the NVC that our file was sent to the Embassy. That was a fast and happy surprise. All the best in your process.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Hong Kong
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Congrats ChuckYJeison! So happy for you guys that the visa approval is so fast!!! My fiancee and I (like you, we are a same-sex couple) have been waiting for the past 3 months. Good luck with the process and keep us posted on the process.


K1 Fiancée Visa

Filed August 5, 2014 - Approved June 11, 2015

DOE JFK November 9, 2015

Married December 21, 2015

Adjustment of Status

Filed: January 6, 2016

SSN applied December 14, 2015, recv'd January 4, 2016

Approved: March 16, 2016

EAD/GC recv'd March 28, 2016

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