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Juarez Consulate, I-134 cosponsor and other questions

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Hey guys,

I was just wondering if anyone here who has gone through the Juarez consulate can give me some information. Our process is going well and our interview should not be too terribly far. However, I have a question for anyone who has gone through the Juarez consulate with a cosponsor (as I intend on doing because I haven't had my job very long. I'm a student/waiter. Cosponsor makes enough to sponsor a small army. HA!). How did you present the cosponsor information? I am trying to get as much info as possible so I can fill out everything correctly and have all supporting evidence from both me and my brother.

Also, any advice for arriving at the consulate and the surrounding area safely?



9/4/2014 - Met online to practice language together.
10/5/2014 - Officially became a couple after tons of time talking and flirting. *laughs*
12/26/2014 - First meeting in Atlanta. Spent close to 2 weeks together.
02/16/2015 - Second meeting. I went to Mexico City for an amazing week and met her mom and sisters. Saw lucha libre CMLL at Arena México with her on my birthday that week! Obvious keeper! *laughs*
03/29/2015 - Third meeting. Proposed at The airport in Atlanta. Spent an amazing two weeks together.
04/16/2015 - Sent I-129F.
04/28/2015 - WE RECIEVED OUR NOA1 DATED 04/21/2015!!!!!

5/21/2015 - NOA 2 (online)
6/12/2015 - Called NVC. Received case number!

7/3/2015 - Recieved interview letter.

7/11/2015 - Fourth meeting (Atlanta). ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE AND REALLY FUN. Saw Fall Out Boy and did lots of fun stuff juntos!

8/6/2015 - Scheduled interview for 9/11/2015

9/9/2015 - Fifth Meeting. Flew to Mexico City, spent an amazing week in Mexico with her and family.

9/10/2015 - Flew to Juarez together and spent two amazing days there.

9/11/2015 - APPROVED AT INTERVIEW IN JUAREZ!!!!! :dancing:

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