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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
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Thanks for the inquiry. This is to inform you that the US Embassy in Phnom Penh have just received your petition. Please wait for a Packet-3 letter, which is going to mail to both the applicant and petitioner addresses.

Regards,

Immigrant Visa Unit

US Embassy Phnom Penh

#1, St. 96, Sangkat Wat Phnom,

Khan Doun Penh, Phnom Penh


2-22-2007 -Petition left NVC, heading to US Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2-26-2007 -Received letter (date-2-23-2007) from NVC -Case Number generated -PHP2007***-***

2-26-2007 -Petition received by US Embassy -PP, Cambodia

3-29-2007 -US Embassy sent Package 3

4-10-2007 -Received Package3 via Email

4-12-2007 -Package 3 return to embassy vi FedEx

4-17-2007 -Visited fiance in Phnom Penh

4-18-2007 -Package3 delivered and received by Embassy in Phnom Penh

4-26-2007 -Medical Appointment 7AM -one day process!

5-03-2007 -Received two completed Medical Package, one for the Embassy and one for POE

5-14-2007 -Return back to the states -home-

6-02-2007 -US Embassy contacted my fiance to pick up her Appointment Letter on June 15th.

6-04-2007 -Appointment for Interview July 5th 7AM.

7-05-2007 -Passed Interview!!!

7-13-2007 -Pick up approved Visa (3pm)

7-17-2007 -POE San Francisco

8-07-2007 -Civil Marriage

9-18-2007 -Filed AOS

9-24-2007 -Notice Date

10-01-2007 -Received NOA I-797C Letter

10-27-2007 -Received I-797C NOA Request for Applicant to appear for initial Interview

12-19-2007 - Interview Wednesday December 19, 2007 1pm...San Jose, CA

Removing Conditions

11/14/2009 Sent I-751 Package

11/18/2009 Check cashed

11/21/2009 NOA1 I-797C (Receipt Date:11/16/2009)

12/10/2009 NOA2 I-797C Biometric Appointment 12/24/2009 12PM

01/19/2010 NOA3 I-797C Date of Decision 01/13/2010 (Approved)

01/21/2010 Received 10 yrs Gcard

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Cambodia
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Congrats on getting this far. :thumbs:

Was that a proactive email or did you need to email them to find status? I'm trying to see what's going on also. Do you have the email address of the US Embassy in Phnom Penh?


N-400 for Citizenship.

09/15/2010 Application Sent.

09/22/2010 Check Cashed.

09/23/2010 NOA Sent.

09/27/2010 NOA Received.

10/15/2010 Biometric Appointment.

01/26/2011 Interview Letter.

02/24/2011 Interview Date. PASSED!!!!!!!!

03/25/2011 Received oath ceremony letter

04/21/2011 Oath Ceremony @ 12:30PM

Oath Ceremony Completed. Now A US Citizenship.

I-130 Petition for Mother

05/05/2011 Application Sent To Chicago Lockbox.

05/11/2011 Check Cashed.

05/14/2011 Received NOA.

08/03/2011 RFE Notice Sent.

08/06/2011 RFE Received.

08/22/2011 Send Additional Evidence.

08/25/2011 Status Update Changed To RFE Received.

09/02/2011 Approval Notice Sent.

09/06/2011 Approval Letter Received.

09/29/2011 Received Email With NVC Number, Fee, And Choice Of Agent Form.

09/29/2011 Paid NVC $88.00 Fee Online.

09/30/2011 Online Status Changed To Paid.

10/07/2011 Emailed Choice Of Agent Form.

10/12/2011 Paid $404.00 IV Fee Online.

10/14/2011 Online Status Changed To Paid.

01/10/2012 Email From NVC Stating Case Complete And Interview Date 02/16/2012 @ 7AM

01/18/2012 Medical Appointment

02/16/2012 Interview Date PASSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks for the inquiry. This is to inform you that the US Embassy in Phnom Penh have just received your petition. Please wait for a Packet-3 letter, which is going to mail to both the applicant and petitioner addresses.

Regards,

Immigrant Visa Unit

US Embassy Phnom Penh

#1, St. 96, Sangkat Wat Phnom,

Khan Doun Penh, Phnom Penh

Nice to know, thks Dustin

J.

Congrats on getting this far. :thumbs:

Was that a proactive email or did you need to email them to find status? I'm trying to see what's going on also. Do you have the email address of the US Embassy in Phnom Penh?

Its visasphp@state.gov Flash.

J.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
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please see below,

** Please do not respond to this message **

The Visa Unit of the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh has received your e-mail inquiry. We regret that we are unable to send a personal reply to each inquiry due to the large volume we receive daily. Many of the inquiries we receive are readily answered by information available on various U.S. Government websites and this response is designed to allow you to access that information quickly.

If, following a review of all information provided, you still have an inquiry regarding a specific issue with a visa case pending at the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh, please send an additional email to visasphp@state.gov with the following information:

* For Immigrant Visa (including Fiancée) Cases: The subject line must contain "2nd IV Inquiry", and the case number (with prefix of PHP), and the applicant's surname. The first paragraph must include the full names of the petitioner and the applicant, the type of visa and your contact information. Please note that we are not able to provide routine status updates on the more than 6,000 cases that we handle annually, nor are we able to respond to routine questions regarding whether or not we have received your case from the NVC.

If you need to cancel a scheduled appointment, please notify us in writing via e-mail or fax us at 855-23-728-700. Be sure to include your case number, principal applicant name and a local phone number or e-mail contact. The subject line must contain "IV Appointment cancellation".

* For Non-Immigrant Visa Cases: The subject line must contain "2nd NIV Inquiry." If you are writing about a visa refusal, please note that applicants who have been refused visas may reapply at any time.

All Non-Immigrant visa, K-1 and K-3 applicants must complete the DS-156 electronic visa application form (EVAF), which can be filled out online and printed by visiting the website http://evisaforms.state.gov <http://evisaforms.state.gov/> . Please remember to print all three pages of the form, including the third page with bar code.

The U.S. Embassy does not accept hand-delivered Packet 3 letters. Please mail your Packet 3 letters to the following address:

U.S. Embassy

#1, Street 96

Sangkat Wat Phnom

Khan Daun Pehn

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

IMMIGRANT VISA INFORMATION (visas for permanent immigration to the USA)

There is no walk-up information window for immigrant visa-related matters at the Embassy.

For additional information, please refer to the websites below.

· U.S. Department of State website: http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/immigrants_1340.html

o Information to help foreign citizens desiring to permanently immigrate to determine the visas, requirements, and related materials they will need to apply to immigrate to the United States. This website includes information on marriage and fiancée visas. Information on the current priority dates can be found in the Visa Bulletin.

· U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS): http://uscis.gov/graphics/services/index.htm <http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm>

o USCIS is responsible for the filing and approval of all immigrant visa petitions, and this website contains comprehensive information on all immigration issues.

· You can also call U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) toll-free for automated information and live assistance concerning immigration services and benefits. The number is: 1 (800) 375-5283 (in USA).

· U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh: http://cambodia.usembassy.gov <http://cambodia.usembassy.gov/> .

o Immigrant visa interview appointment information

o Immigrant Visa Application Forms (Packet 3 documents)

o Immigrant visa processing information

Additional Telephone and Office Contact Information

· U.S. State Department Visa Office: Information is available to the public by telephone at the Visa Services, Public Inquiries Division at telephone (202) 663-1225 or by FAX at 202 663-3899 (in USA). The telephone number provides the caller with a selection of pre-recorded information and the ability to talk to a visa specialist during business hours.

· To check on the status of a pending IV petition or update your address, please contact State Department's National Visa Center at : 603-334-0700 (in USA) or send an Email to NVCInquiry@state.gov.

· For inquiries about Diversity Lottery Visa processing, please have your case file number ready and call the Kentucky Consular Center at: 606-526-7500 (in USA)

NON IMMIGRANT VISA INFORMATION (Tourist, Business, Academic Travel)

· U.S. Department of State: http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/temp_1305.html

o Information regarding non immigrant visa types, the Visa Waiver Program, and U.S. visa law (including information about visa denials and INA Section 214(B)

· U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh: http://cambodia.usembassy.gov <http://cambodia.usembassy.gov/> .

o Information to apply for a non immigrant visa in Phnom Penh

o Frequently Asked Non Immigrant Visa Questions in Phnom Penh

o Electronic Visa Application Form (EVAF)

All individuals planning to travel to the United States for business, pleasure, schooling or temporary employment are required to make an appointment for a nonimmigrant interview by calling the U.S. Embassy Telephone Appointment Center for Temporary Visitors. The Telephone Appointment Center will be open for phone calls only Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. The phone number is 023-728-000.

NIV EXPEDITE POLICY:

The Embassy considers requests to expedite non-immigrant visa appointments on a case-by-case basis. F, J, and M visa applicants requesting expedited appointments must show that they would otherwise miss the beginning of their courses/programs if not allowed to expedite the visa process. Such applicants must have a valid I-20 or DS-2019 form.

If you have already scheduled an appointment for a visa interview but need to have an earlier appointment, you may send an email to visasphp@state.gov. The email subject line must read: Request to Expedite an NIVAppointment. Please include full name, contact telephone number, and the reason an earlier appointment is required.

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not receive an email response from the visa section within 5 working days, you should assume your request for an expedited appointment has been denied. Do not send other emails to follow up on your original request.

For medical emergencies involving a sick parent, spouse, sibling, or child, please obtain a letter from the patient's physician describing the patient's medical condition. The visa unit will contact you if an early appointment can be given.

Thank you again for contacting us.


2-22-2007 -Petition left NVC, heading to US Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2-26-2007 -Received letter (date-2-23-2007) from NVC -Case Number generated -PHP2007***-***

2-26-2007 -Petition received by US Embassy -PP, Cambodia

3-29-2007 -US Embassy sent Package 3

4-10-2007 -Received Package3 via Email

4-12-2007 -Package 3 return to embassy vi FedEx

4-17-2007 -Visited fiance in Phnom Penh

4-18-2007 -Package3 delivered and received by Embassy in Phnom Penh

4-26-2007 -Medical Appointment 7AM -one day process!

5-03-2007 -Received two completed Medical Package, one for the Embassy and one for POE

5-14-2007 -Return back to the states -home-

6-02-2007 -US Embassy contacted my fiance to pick up her Appointment Letter on June 15th.

6-04-2007 -Appointment for Interview July 5th 7AM.

7-05-2007 -Passed Interview!!!

7-13-2007 -Pick up approved Visa (3pm)

7-17-2007 -POE San Francisco

8-07-2007 -Civil Marriage

9-18-2007 -Filed AOS

9-24-2007 -Notice Date

10-01-2007 -Received NOA I-797C Letter

10-27-2007 -Received I-797C NOA Request for Applicant to appear for initial Interview

12-19-2007 - Interview Wednesday December 19, 2007 1pm...San Jose, CA

Removing Conditions

11/14/2009 Sent I-751 Package

11/18/2009 Check cashed

11/21/2009 NOA1 I-797C (Receipt Date:11/16/2009)

12/10/2009 NOA2 I-797C Biometric Appointment 12/24/2009 12PM

01/19/2010 NOA3 I-797C Date of Decision 01/13/2010 (Approved)

01/21/2010 Received 10 yrs Gcard

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
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Congrats on getting this far. :thumbs:

Was that a proactive email or did you need to email them to find status? I'm trying to see what's going on also. Do you have the email address of the US Embassy in Phnom Penh?

i wrote a simple inquiry email to them, then they replied back to u the next day.


2-22-2007 -Petition left NVC, heading to US Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2-26-2007 -Received letter (date-2-23-2007) from NVC -Case Number generated -PHP2007***-***

2-26-2007 -Petition received by US Embassy -PP, Cambodia

3-29-2007 -US Embassy sent Package 3

4-10-2007 -Received Package3 via Email

4-12-2007 -Package 3 return to embassy vi FedEx

4-17-2007 -Visited fiance in Phnom Penh

4-18-2007 -Package3 delivered and received by Embassy in Phnom Penh

4-26-2007 -Medical Appointment 7AM -one day process!

5-03-2007 -Received two completed Medical Package, one for the Embassy and one for POE

5-14-2007 -Return back to the states -home-

6-02-2007 -US Embassy contacted my fiance to pick up her Appointment Letter on June 15th.

6-04-2007 -Appointment for Interview July 5th 7AM.

7-05-2007 -Passed Interview!!!

7-13-2007 -Pick up approved Visa (3pm)

7-17-2007 -POE San Francisco

8-07-2007 -Civil Marriage

9-18-2007 -Filed AOS

9-24-2007 -Notice Date

10-01-2007 -Received NOA I-797C Letter

10-27-2007 -Received I-797C NOA Request for Applicant to appear for initial Interview

12-19-2007 - Interview Wednesday December 19, 2007 1pm...San Jose, CA

Removing Conditions

11/14/2009 Sent I-751 Package

11/18/2009 Check cashed

11/21/2009 NOA1 I-797C (Receipt Date:11/16/2009)

12/10/2009 NOA2 I-797C Biometric Appointment 12/24/2009 12PM

01/19/2010 NOA3 I-797C Date of Decision 01/13/2010 (Approved)

01/21/2010 Received 10 yrs Gcard

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