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I really need help with this.

first, I don't have 'carte jaune' I only have ' sourci' from 2006 till 2015 that's the year (2015) when they stopped me from singing to the 5th year of my PhD. since that i got 2 orders to go to army and just yesterday i got the 3d 'insoumi' and they are asking me to go next September otherwise they would take me next time they catch me on a checkpoint.

I don't have an appointment at the embassy for my interview yet because it says it isn't available yet; so I want to know:

- if having 'sourci' from 2015 would be a problem? if so suggest any possible solution please;

- To what point should I share information about that with the embassy on the interview day;

- If you gone through a similar experience or someone you know did, please share.

I-129F Sent : 2016-04-27
I-129F NOA1 : 2016-05-03
I-129F NOA2 : 2016-07-11
NVC Received : 2016-08-04
PKT3 Received : 2016-08-10
Interview Date : 2016-10-31

Processing Estimates/Stats : Your I-129f was approved in 69 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 181 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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As my understanding , you are looking if your surcis is valid or not ? if this is your question , unfortunately your surcis is not valid because its expired , but in another side , I think that you dont need such document for your interview - what you need really is the evidences of your relationship and the continuity of this later from your petition date ,

I think its not a big deal , be quiet

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What documents do i need to get married in Algeria? I'm a us citizen.

You need a bunch of things. Google getting married there. We went to Tunisia. 4 months less time to marry.

7/30/2015 Sent I130 priority mail to have tracking, I suggest you do the same.

8/4/2015 NOA1 (Nebraska)

12/17/2015 NOA2

♤♤while waiting for noa2, I read this wiki to get through

NVC quickly ->http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

12/24/2015 Petition Sent to NVC from Nebraska

1/4/2016 petition received at NVC (call and confirm it arrives. About 15 days try to get your case number and receipt number, I got mine in 11 days)

1/15/2016 Called NVC and got case/invoice number logged into this site to pay fees, pick agent -> https://ceac.state.gov/IV/Login.aspx 1/15/2016 picked agent DS-261

1/18/2016 paid aos fee

1/28/2016 review 261 to get iv fee unlocked ( unlocked once I did review,was taking to long)

2/1/ 2016 sent AOS & IV packets together to nvc while I waited for iv fee to open to save time.

2/4/2016 paid IV Fee and waited to do ds260

2/3/2016 nvc received aos and iv packets(scan date)

2/7/2016 ds260 completed and now waiting for cc

♧CASE COMPLETE. .. march 8th

3/11/15 interview email

4/20/15 shots 4/25/15 rest of medical exam


April 27th 221g for additional documentation and placed in administrative processsing.

June 20th submitted evidence requested

June 23rd case was touched by embassy

August 1st case was touched again.

AUGUST 16TH embassy called and wants a new co sponser yet he met requirements.

Found a new co-sponsor

Handed in aos sept 11th

Set 18th another update

Sept 28th update and embassy called


OCT 2nd visa in hand

POE October 22nd 2016


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6 minutes ago, PepperCat said:

Hello i have a question about the ( sourcie du service national) je peut le renouvler chaque anner
My question is ..if my (sourcie) will be acceptable or i need to pass my army.

The embassy doesn't care much ... what ever you have they accept ... if you don't have anything they accept too. 

K-1 Visa:


05/12/2016 -- I-129F mailed to Lewisville, TX
05/16/2016 -- I-129F delivered to Lewisville, TX
05/19/2016 -- NOA1 email and text, case routed to California Center (WAC) ==== NOA1 Date 05/18/2016
05/24/2016 -- NOA1 Hard Copy (I-797C) Received in mail
07/20/2016 -- NOA2 email from USCIS case Status and USCIS App ===== Case approved in 63 Days
07/27/2016 -- NOA2 Hard Copy (I-797) Received in mail
08/02/2016 -- NVC Case Received
08/03/2016 -- NVC Case # and Invoice ID Assigned
08/05/2016 -- Case In Transit to embassy
08/10/2016 -- Case ready at embassy
08/15/2016 -- Packet 3 Received (email)

08/17/2016 -- NVC Letter Received in mail (nothing important ... Useless)

09/19/2016 -- Finally the embassy open interview date after long wait ... 35 Days (interview scheduled for Oct 10)

10/05/2016 -- Medical done. but no sealed envelope given.

10/10/2016 -- Interview day 1 ( pay the fee, deliver paperwork, finger printed ... and told to comeback tomorrow to be interviewed by a CO )

10/11/2016 -- Interview day 2 ( AP with g221 for missing medical )

10/17/2016 -- Medical received and delivered to embassy

10/19/2016 -- VISA ISSUED

10/23/2016 -- VISA in hand 



12/22/2016 -- POE

12/30/2016 -- Marriage

01/14/2017 -- AOS mailed to Chicago, IL

01/17/2017 -- AOS delivered to Chicago, IL

01/25/2017 -- 3 NOA1 emails and texts (I-485 / I-765 / I-131), case routed to MSC

01/30/2017 -- NOA1 Hard Copy (I-797C) Received in mail for I-485 only, Notice date January 24th

01/31/2017 -- NOA1 Hard Copy (I-797C) Received in mail for I-765 & I-131, Notice date January 24th

02/06/2017 -- Biometrics Appointment Notice Received in mail, Appointment Feb 13, 2017

02/13/2017 -- Biometrics Done

04/20/2017 -- EAD (only) Approval text & email notification (day 96 since case filled, 93 since received, 86 since NOA1)

04/24/2017 -- EAD & AP NOA2 Approval notice received in mail

04/25/2017 -- EAD (only) text & email notification that card was mailed

04/28/2017 -- EAD /AP combo card in hand

09/01/2017 -- AOS Approval text & email notification (day 230 since case filled, 227 since received, 220 since NOA1) Approved in 7.5 Month, Interview waived

09/05/2017 -- NOA2 Hard Copy (I-797) Received in mail for I-485, Notice date September 1st

09/06/2017 -- Text & email notification Green card was mailed

09/09/2017 -- Green card in hand



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