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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Japan
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my passport will expires October 4, 2015. No ongoing process after receiving hardcopy of NOA2, still waiting for NVC reply. Should I renew my passport now while waiting? Please help

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Sweden
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I would wait until everything is done. When you go to the embassy you need a passport that is valid 6 month from the date you go to the embassy. I am planning on not changing mine because I am planning to change my last name after we get married so I don't want to spend about $50 dollar now and then $50 again in hopefully just a few months.






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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Japan
Timeline

Hey!

My passport will expire on Oct 26th next year! I'm still waiting for update from USCIS and currently under RFE now. :/ I was thinking of changing my passport here in KL, Malaysia after getting NOA2 because I thought that is easier than going to Japan embassy in US (I think nearest will be Chicago?) will be hard. I will be moving to Moorhead, Minnesota. I am not sure if this is better or just wait till after Fiance visa application is completed, i.e. visa on hand. >n<

I am thinking of changing my last name in the passport too after getting married.


07-26-2014: I-129 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox
08-11-2014: I-129 package returned for missing information (ouch!)
08-16-2014: I-129 package mailed back to Dallas Lockbox
08-19-2014: USPS confirmation I-129 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox

08-21-2014: NOA1 notice via text message
08-29-2014: NOA1 Hard Copy
10-15-2014: RFE notice from USCIS website

10-20-2014: RFE letter received
10-31-2014: RFE replied
12-16-2014: RFE notice from USCIS website
12-31-2014: RFE replied
01-05-2014: RFE response received via USCIS website

01-22-2014: NOA2 via USCIS website
02-26-2015: Received Packet 3
03-12-2015: Sent Packet 3
03-20-2015: Received Packet 4
04-16-2015: Interview
04-22-2015: Received K1 Visa in passport

07-13-2015: POE Chicago, IL
10-03-2015: Married!



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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Japan
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Yup! Let's hope! :)


07-26-2014: I-129 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox
08-11-2014: I-129 package returned for missing information (ouch!)
08-16-2014: I-129 package mailed back to Dallas Lockbox
08-19-2014: USPS confirmation I-129 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox

08-21-2014: NOA1 notice via text message
08-29-2014: NOA1 Hard Copy
10-15-2014: RFE notice from USCIS website

10-20-2014: RFE letter received
10-31-2014: RFE replied
12-16-2014: RFE notice from USCIS website
12-31-2014: RFE replied
01-05-2014: RFE response received via USCIS website

01-22-2014: NOA2 via USCIS website
02-26-2015: Received Packet 3
03-12-2015: Sent Packet 3
03-20-2015: Received Packet 4
04-16-2015: Interview
04-22-2015: Received K1 Visa in passport

07-13-2015: POE Chicago, IL
10-03-2015: Married!



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