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Divorced While Waiting for ROC Approval

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I am looking to connect with anyone that has gotten divorced while waiting for their ROC to be approved, and then had to go for an interview.

I'd really appreciate it :)

Thank you!

Dustin USA (Petitioner)
Kirsty SA (Beneficiary)

K-1 Journey

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05.27.2011 - Flying to Michigan
05.28.2011 - P.O.E in New York - had no problems at all smile.png
05.28.2011 - Off to Detroit
07.09.2011 - Our Wedding wub.png

AOS Journey

3 MONTHS 4 DAYS (From Filing AOS to Interview Approval)
3 MONTHS 9 DAYS (From Filing AOS to Receiving GC)

ROC Journey

.. MONTHS .. DAYS (From Filing ROC to Receiving 10 Year GC)

.. MONTHS .. DAYS (From Responding to RFE to Receiving 10 Year GC)

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