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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi everyone, I am going to file I-751 form in July 2020.  

Please share your experiences and knowledge here. Thank you.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

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CR1

Texas Service Center

NOA1: 7/17/17

RFE: 3/5/18

RFE SENT: 5/3/18

RFE RECEIVED: 5/9/18

Approved: 5/25/18

Sent to NVC : 6/13/18

NVC received: 6/21/18

Case number: 7/19/2018

Pay AOS & IV fees: 7/19/18

CEAC shut down on 7/19/18 until 7/31/18

Ds-260 submitted 8/1/18

Civil and AOS package uploaded: 8/3/18

Case complete: 8/6/18

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Prepare yourself for possibly a long wait.


"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

   -GB, "old man of much life experience"

 

Retired 20 year United States Air Force Missileer (Retired E-8)

Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline
On 6/28/2020 at 11:41 AM, Lucky Cat said:

Prepare yourself for possibly a long wait.

I hope not waiting too long for biometric appointment. after that I will be fine. 


CR1

Texas Service Center

NOA1: 7/17/17

RFE: 3/5/18

RFE SENT: 5/3/18

RFE RECEIVED: 5/9/18

Approved: 5/25/18

Sent to NVC : 6/13/18

NVC received: 6/21/18

Case number: 7/19/2018

Pay AOS & IV fees: 7/19/18

CEAC shut down on 7/19/18 until 7/31/18

Ds-260 submitted 8/1/18

Civil and AOS package uploaded: 8/3/18

Case complete: 8/6/18

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On 6/28/2020 at 11:41 AM, Lucky Cat said:

Prepare yourself for possibly a long wait.

I'm preparing myself for this. Planning on filing before or by the end of this month. I just hope biometrics and the extension letter happen without issue.

 

To help get the discussion going, here's a list of what we plan on providing:

- Bank statements (4/year)

- Utility bills

- Telephone & Internet bills

- Medical insurance cards (these are expired because it was from my old job...new insurance hasn't kicked in yet).

- Flight itineraries/boarding passes

- Emergency contact forms

- Tax returns

- Pix

- Possibly power of attorney (undecided yet)

- Possibly wedding invoices (only problem is that the venue management put down the wrong apartment number in our address and never fixed it lol)

- Possibly my earning statements from my new job (started March 2020)

 

If anyone has other suggestions, please feel free to share!

 

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Nigeria
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We just sent ours in yesterday. Now the wait begins!


ROC

 

Sent: 07/01/2020

Delivered: 07/06/2020

Text Notification/CC charged: 07/10/2020

NOA: 07/20/2020

Biometrics applied: 08/25/2020

New Card Being Produced: 11/12/2020

Case Approved: 11/13/2020

Card Received: 11/19/2020

 

N400

 

Filed Online : 06/02/2021

Receipt notice: 06/02/2021

Biometrics Reuse: 06/02/2021

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18 hours ago, mushroomspore said:

 

- Possibly wedding invoices (only problem is that the venue management put down the wrong apartment number in our address and never fixed it lol)

- Possibly my earning statements from my new job (started March 2020)

 

Why those two? Working on mine too, wondering if I should add our marriage certificate but I feel it's pointless since we sent it before for my 2 years green card and it was approved.


I-751:

 

07/09: Package received by uscis

07/14: Credit card charged

07/16: Text notification (YSC center)

07/22: Fingerprints applied to my case

07/30: NOA

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2 hours ago, Aquilina said:

Why those two? Working on mine too, wondering if I should add our marriage certificate but I feel it's pointless since we sent it before for my 2 years green card and it was approved.

I sent Marriage License and Certificate though I did it during AOS too.

20 hours ago, mushroomspore said:

I'm preparing myself for this. Planning on filing before or by the end of this month. I just hope biometrics and the extension letter happen without issue.

 

To help get the discussion going, here's a list of what we plan on providing:

- Bank statements (4/year)

- Utility bills

- Telephone & Internet bills

- Medical insurance cards (these are expired because it was from my old job...new insurance hasn't kicked in yet).

- Flight itineraries/boarding passes

- Emergency contact forms

- Tax returns

- Pix

- Possibly power of attorney (undecided yet)

- Possibly wedding invoices (only problem is that the venue management put down the wrong apartment number in our address and never fixed it lol)

- Possibly my earning statements from my new job (started March 2020)

 

If anyone has other suggestions, please feel free to share!

 

Maybe

Affidavits ? 

Pictures ? 

I add Vets invoices with both our names as owner of 2 our puggies 

Life insurance with him as beneficiary from my employer and his life insurance with me as beneficiary 

Vehicles tittles, boat with both our name as owners 

Driver License with both our name and joint address 

Social security with our name and address 

Stimulus check letter with our names and address 

Maybe 

Loan i.e. Car loan with both your names ? 

 

 

 


ROC

- Mailed June 27,2020

- Delivered July 1, 2020

- SMS with Case Nr. SRC  and Check cashed July 8, 2020 

- NOA received July 20,2020- NOA dated July 14,2020

-Fingersprinting applied notification - Aug 10,2020

- Card being produced - Nov 2, 2020

 

 

 

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22 hours ago, mushroomspore said:

I'm preparing myself for this. Planning on filing before or by the end of this month. I just hope biometrics and the extension letter happen without issue.

 

To help get the discussion going, here's a list of what we plan on providing:

- Bank statements (4/year)

- Utility bills

- Telephone & Internet bills

- Medical insurance cards (these are expired because it was from my old job...new insurance hasn't kicked in yet).

- Flight itineraries/boarding passes

- Emergency contact forms

- Tax returns

- Pix

- Possibly power of attorney (undecided yet)

- Possibly wedding invoices (only problem is that the venue management put down the wrong apartment number in our address and never fixed it lol)

- Possibly my earning statements from my new job (started March 2020)

 

If anyone has other suggestions, please feel free to share!

 

Where have you been?  I haven't seen you post in a very long time.


"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

   -GB, "old man of much life experience"

 

Retired 20 year United States Air Force Missileer (Retired E-8)

Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Its that time again.  Sending out ours today via FedEx. Estimated delivery date will be July 6th.  I hope with the Covid-19 and possible furlough our applications don't get lost.   Good luck to all. 

Edited by poh

 

K-1 Visa Interview:

POE :

SS Application Sent:

2017-10-17, Approved!:D

2017-12-6

2017-12-12

Married:                      2018-1-8

SS Card Received:     2018-1-16

SS Application Sent(Name Change):  2018-1-17

AOS Application Sent:   2018-2-8

SS Card Received (Name Change):     2018-2-12

 

AOS Application Delivered:      2018-2-13

AOS Application Accepted:     2018-2-22

AOS NOA1 Received:       2018-2-26

AOS/EAP Biometrics NOA Received:   2018-3-2

AOS/EAP Biometrics Appointment:  2018-3-12

Interview Scheduled:       2018-7-6  

EAP/AP Card Received:    2018-7-19

Original interview Date :2018-8-24  (USCIS Rescheduled due to Hurricane):cry:

Rescheduled Interview Date :2018-10-2, Approved!!  :D

GC Received :             2018-10-18 :thumbs:

SS Card Update :         2018-10-19

SS Card Received:      2018-10-26

ROC

ROC Application Sent via FedEx:  2020-7-2

ROC Application Received :2020-7-6

Rec'ed Text, Case # Assigned : 2020-7-11

Check Cashed: 2020-7-13

NOA Received: 2020-7-22

Case Transferred : 2020-1-5

Biometrics Applied:. 2021-5-12😄

 

N-400

Eligible to file for US Citizenship : 2021-7-4🥳


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I can file as early as July 14th, 2020 but I am going to wait till July 15th to file.  I have the entire package ready, I scanned everything to my drive in case they lose it in the mail for whatever reason;

 

I-751

My green card front and back

my Driver license front and back

vehicle registration 2019 & 2020 with our names on it

geico insurance with our names 

contract of the purchase of our first vehicle together

Husbands supplemental retirement & pension me being beneficiary

every lease of every place we have lived here in Tucson

cox internet with both names

joint health insurance

copy of all credit cards together, bank debit cards, costco, state of arizona fingerprint clearance cards as foster parents

southwest gas in both names

Tucson electric power in both names

T-mobile but his name is only on it because they don't put both people on statements

2018 & 2019 joint taxes and W2's

flight confirmation to boise to visit his parents last year

pictures of the trip to go along with it

birthday & christmas cards from his family

a lot of photos of us with his and my friends, both our parents together, etc.

Our fostercare license from the state of arizona

pictures of our foster baby with us and our family

fostercare bills that come every month from the state

bank statements from wellsfargo and our credit union from 2018 to now

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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53 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

Where have you been?  I haven't seen you post in a very long time.

Hey did your ROC finally get done?  I noticed you had filed when I was barely getting a consulate interview 2 years ago for the CR1. 

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1 hour ago, Ben & Katy said:

Hey did your ROC finally get done?  I noticed you had filed when I was barely getting a consulate interview 2 years ago for the CR1. 

No....status is still "Ready for an interview to be scheduled"..........maybe they will just issue my wife a 10 year card...LOL.


"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

   -GB, "old man of much life experience"

 

Retired 20 year United States Air Force Missileer (Retired E-8)

Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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9 hours ago, Christy&J said:

I sent Marriage License and Certificate though I did it during AOS too.

Maybe

Affidavits ? 

Pictures ? 

I add Vets invoices with both our names as owner of 2 our puggies 

Life insurance with him as beneficiary from my employer and his life insurance with me as beneficiary 

Vehicles tittles, boat with both our name as owners 

Driver License with both our name and joint address 

Social security with our name and address 

Stimulus check letter with our names and address 

Maybe 

Loan i.e. Car loan with both your names ? 

 

 

 

We don't have currently have life insurance and we also don't have a car right now (long story but with the pandemic, it actually worked out for us). I also am a very anxious driver and failed my driving test last year (sigh, embarrassing and I should probably get a teacher to help me with the anxiety, but we were super broke at the time). Sadly, no pets but I really do want a dog haha. I think affidavits and pictures would be a good idea. 

 

7 hours ago, Lucky Cat said:

Where have you been?  I haven't seen you post in a very long time.

LOL, just been living life!! Hope you've been well. ❤️

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi,

Do you have driver license, social security cards with both of your names on it ? 

On 7/2/2020 at 9:42 AM, Christy&J said:

I sent Marriage License and Certificate though I did it during AOS too.

Maybe

Affidavits ? 

Pictures ? 

I add Vets invoices with both our names as owner of 2 our puggies 

Life insurance with him as beneficiary from my employer and his life insurance with me as beneficiary 

Vehicles tittles, boat with both our name as owners 

Driver License with both our name and joint address 

Social security with our name and address 

Stimulus check letter with our names and address 

Maybe 

Loan i.e. Car loan with both your names ? 

 

 

 

 


CR1

Texas Service Center

NOA1: 7/17/17

RFE: 3/5/18

RFE SENT: 5/3/18

RFE RECEIVED: 5/9/18

Approved: 5/25/18

Sent to NVC : 6/13/18

NVC received: 6/21/18

Case number: 7/19/2018

Pay AOS & IV fees: 7/19/18

CEAC shut down on 7/19/18 until 7/31/18

Ds-260 submitted 8/1/18

Civil and AOS package uploaded: 8/3/18

Case complete: 8/6/18

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37 minutes ago, hopelifebetter201 said:

Hi,

Do you have driver license, social security cards with both of your names on it ? 

 

I did submit copies of my DL and my husband DL and our SSN cards showing our joint address.


ROC

- Mailed June 27,2020

- Delivered July 1, 2020

- SMS with Case Nr. SRC  and Check cashed July 8, 2020 

- NOA received July 20,2020- NOA dated July 14,2020

-Fingersprinting applied notification - Aug 10,2020

- Card being produced - Nov 2, 2020

 

 

 

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