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My wifes daughter will be coming to vist in march with her baby for a couple of months. Looking at her visa timeline it would appear she will get notice her immigration visa probably in later part ofr may or june. We arev thinking are we better off if she goes back and has interview atthe emabassy in russia or just apply for change of status here?  thank you

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On 1/9/2019 at 10:09 AM, aaron2020 said:

There is no basis to file early or expedite this case.  Your wife filed for a family based immigration process.  Work and her boss wanting to open an office in the US has nothing to do with a family based immigration process.  You will have to wait for the NVC to contact your wife for the next step.  

 

On 1/15/2019 at 9:09 AM, SusieQQQ said:

If child of LPR no because the petition gets voided when they get married. The parent can however file a new one after divorce. If child of usc yes it changes back to F1 from F3. 

 

8 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

She cannot enter with the intent to adjust status  so the best course of action is to do consular processing in Russia

I know that. My point is if she gets the notice while she is here should she go back to russia to getthe visa or do the interview etc here in USA

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Visa can only be obtained in Russia


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I assume she already has her tourist visa? What do you mean by “notice of her immigrant visa”? What stage is she at in the process? You have to have a medical and an interview before the outcome of your application can be decided. An approved petition is not an approved visa. 

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44 minutes ago, edshere said:

 

 

I know that. My point is if she gets the notice while she is here should she go back to russia to getthe visa or do the interview etc here in USA

She MUST apply for an immigrant visa OUTSIDE the US.  There are no US embassies/consulates inside the US.


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4 hours ago, JFH said:

I assume she already has her tourist visa? What do you mean by “notice of her immigrant visa”? What stage is she at in the process? You have to have a medical and an interview before the outcome of your application can be decided. An approved petition is not an approved visa. 

we applied for herv back in Jan 2012. I looked at march and i think the date is oct 22 2011 so while she is here she should get a notice that her time has arrived and to make an appoijtnment with the embassy and complete the paperwork. My point is should she fly back for the med and appoiintment or cvan she do that here in the USA

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The Embassy is in Russia.


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13 minutes ago, edshere said:

She applied back inb Jan 2012

Immigrant visa interviews are always done outside the US.


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On 2/16/2019 at 11:55 AM, JFH said:

I assume she already has her tourist visa? What do you mean by “notice of her immigrant visa”? What stage is she at in the process? You have to have a medical and an interview before the outcome of your application can be decided. An approved petition is not an approved visa. 

Shw has a Jan 2012 date so we exect to get a letter within the next 5-6 months to prepare the paperwork, get the physical etc. I would do the paperwork now but have no idea what we have to file or forms to fil out

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34 minutes ago, edshere said:

Shw has a Jan 2012 date so we exect to get a letter within the next 5-6 months to prepare the paperwork, get the physical etc. I would do the paperwork now but have no idea what we have to file or forms to fil out

Everything is on the website. Be sure to check all links, following pages etc.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/after-petition-approved.html

 

Edited by SusieQQQ

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50 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

Everything is on the website. Be sure to check all links, following pages etc.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/after-petition-approved.html

 

thank you swo much. That gives us everything.   Again thank you

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