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Hi guys,

 

We just received our NOA2 (yay September filers!). Here's the hitch. My fiancée will be traveling with her family from early March to early May. I know the NOA2 approval is valid for 4 months, so that puts us in a little predicament. 4 months from today is May 29th. If she is given an interview date any time in March or April, she can't attend. I would rather her enjoy the trip with her family rather than taking a sudden flight back for the interview. So, my questions are:

 

What can I do to ensure she does not receive an interview date before May? I know it's very possible for her to receive a date in May and not have to worry about this whole issue, but any time before that will not work and any time after that the NOA2 approval will be expired. So, do I simply wait for an interview date to be given before worrying about this or can I be proactive and request an extension? If they extend the validity, does she book her own date or is a new one provided to her?

 

Hopefully that makes sense. Thanks in advance!

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Also keep in mind the medical is only valid for 6 months, so if she does have the interview before going on holiday make sure she's in validity for US POE.


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K1 Timeline

07/23/2018    I-129F sent

07/25/2018    NOA1 email notification

07/30/2018    NOA1 hard copy

12/21/2018    NOA2 hard copy

01/10/2019    NVC Case # assigned

01/22/2019    Left NVC

01/29/2019    Embassy received

01/29/2019    Pkt 3 sent

02/01/2019    Pkt 4 received

02/13/2019    Medical

03/26/2019    Interview

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very good news for me. Im too a September flier and It would be a pleasant surprise to see my NoA2 coming earlier than I expected. I hear its less busy during the winter months when fliers are low. im kinda excited


NoA1 - September 26, 2018

NoA2 - February 4, 2019  

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