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Just now, Chrys Undie said:

Greetings all. We received our approved letter and I am beyond ecstatic. 

 

Here are our details - 

Potomac Service Center I-130 (IR-1)

NOA1 - April 23, 2018

NOA2 - October 23, 2018

Congratulations 

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Now you must prepare for the interview in a very difficult embassy

read all you can on the Nigeria portal and know what issues the others have had with the process

it is good to get this far but now the interview must go good

you need to know the beneficary must know all about the USC and his/her life in the US

he/she must be able to prove a real and honest commitment to this marriage

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7 hours ago, adil-rafa said:

Now you must prepare for the interview in a very difficult embassy

read all you can on the Nigeria portal and know what issues the others have had with the process

it is good to get this far but now the interview must go good

you need to know the beneficary must know all about the USC and his/her life in the US

he/she must be able to prove a real and honest commitment to this marriage

👍🏾 Thx for sharing. 

7 hours ago, Ann&James said:

Congratulations 

Thank you

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On 10/28/2018 at 9:16 AM, adil-rafa said:

Now you must prepare for the interview in a very difficult embassy

read all you can on the Nigeria portal and know what issues the others have had with the process

it is good to get this far but now the interview must go good

you need to know the beneficary must know all about the USC and his/her life in the US

he/she must be able to prove a real and honest commitment to this marriage

I have a question.....my husband is currently in Ghana.....we r awaiting on NOA2. My husband mother owns lots of lands in Ghana. One of the land was given to us. The title will have have our names on it that shows proof our ownership..  can we use that as evidence?

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