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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Iraq
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But most of the visas are suspended until end of the year, the embassy opening would only benefit spouses and children of USC.

Not that I don't wish for them to get interviews asap, but they are already considered mission critical and can be scheduled before official embassy opening :)

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7 minutes ago, Quarknase said:

But most of the visas are suspended until end of the year, the embassy opening would only benefit spouses and children of USC.

Not that I don't wish for them to get interviews asap, but they are already considered mission critical and can be scheduled before official embassy opening :)

ONLY benefit spouses and children? Its funny how people are so selfish that can't think how urgent its a situation if they are not in it. If signing up an online petition that would take 1 minute to benefit ONLY some people i would do, even though i wont be impacted by it because im not there yet. 
Also, not all embassies are doing emergencial interviews. Educate yourself. 

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Iraq
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1 minute ago, Ad & Ga said:

ONLY benefit spouses and children? Its funny how people are so selfish that can't think how urgent its a situation if they are not in it. If signing up an online petition that would take 1 minute to benefit ONLY some people i would do, even though i wont be impacted by it because im not there yet. 
Also, not all embassies are doing emergencial interviews. Educate yourself. 

Or maybe read my comment again before you make groundless accusations. I am just pointing out that the many of the people mentioned in the petition cannot be interviewed even if all embassies are reaching stage 4 and interview people left and right. Which is important to know for those, that DON'T know it yet.

And that for spouses and children of USC the opening is not required.

I am very well informed about current embassy situations, thanks my dear :) I'm also not selfish at all but keep going with your assumptions... What exactly do you know about my situation?

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1 minute ago, Quarknase said:

Or maybe read my comment again before you make groundless accusations. I am just pointing out that the many of the people mentioned in the petition cannot be interviewed even if all embassies are reaching stage 4 and interview people left and right. Which is important to know for those, that DON'T know it yet.

And that for spouses and children of USC the opening is not required.

I am very well informed about current embassy situations, thanks my dear :) I'm also not selfish at all but keep going with your assumptions... What exactly do you know about my situation?

I know that instead of signing a petition to support the opening the embassies and avoid even worst backlog for all you're here justifying not taking action at all 🙂

peace

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Iraq
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7 minutes ago, Ad & Ga said:

I know that instead of signing a petition to support the opening the embassies and avoid even worst backlog for all you're here justifying not taking action at all 🙂

peace

And that's where you're terribly wrong. Adding facts to this does not exclude taking action 🙄

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50 minutes ago, Quarknase said:

But most of the visas are suspended until end of the year, the embassy opening would only benefit spouses and children of USC.

Not that I don't wish for them to get interviews asap, but they are already considered mission critical and can be scheduled before official embassy opening :)

Ummmm. No, they cant.

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Iraq
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3 minutes ago, Devint said:

Ummmm. No, they cant.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/Proclamation-Suspending-Entry-of-Immigrants-Who-Present-Risk-to-the-US-labor-market.html

 

Routine visas services have been suspended at U.S. posts worldwide, but as resources allow, embassies and consulates will continue to provide emergency and mission critical visa services.  Mission-critical immigrant visa categories may include applicants who may be eligible for an exception under this presidential proclamation, such as: IR/CR1, IR/CR2, IR/IH-3, IR/IH-4, SQ, SI, and certain employment-based medical professionals, as well as cases involving an applicant who may age out.  While embassies and consulates may process these types of cases, their ability to do so may be limited by local government restrictions and available resources.  In addition, an applicant’s ability to travel may be impacted by local laws, regulations, and travel restrictions

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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1 hour ago, Quarknase said:

But most of the visas are suspended until end of the year, the embassy opening would only benefit spouses and children of USC.

Not that I don't wish for them to get interviews asap, but they are already considered mission critical and can be scheduled before official embassy opening :)

K-visas are still suspended as part of the routine visa processing stop. :)

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Iraq
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22 minutes ago, sl1pstream said:

K-visas are still suspended as part of the routine visa processing stop. :)

Very true :( It feels like K1-s are routinely the "forgotten visas" during this pandemic, throughout all restrictions and exceptions.

They are not part of the petition either - the petition asks to open for family sponsored immigration visas for spouses, children, parents and siblings of USC and LPR, of which spouses and children of USC would be eligible for a visa currently while the others are not.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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1 hour ago, Quarknase said:

Very true :( It feels like K1-s are routinely the "forgotten visas" during this pandemic, throughout all restrictions and exceptions.

They are not part of the petition either - the petition asks to open for family sponsored immigration visas for spouses, children, parents and siblings of USC and LPR, of which spouses and children of USC would be eligible for a visa currently while the others are not.

It's also yet another petition with just a couple hundred signatures going up against one of the few policy positions that drive his voters. I really doubt that presenting them with yet another one of these, especially one that's signed by non-citizens and therefore non-voters is really going to have any impact at all.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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4 hours ago, sl1pstream said:

It's also yet another petition with just a couple hundred signatures going up against one of the few policy positions that drive his voters. I really doubt that presenting them with yet another one of these, especially one that's signed by non-citizens and therefore non-voters is really going to have any impact at all.

But it makes people in helpless situations feel better.

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46 minutes ago, BadAmmoWitch said:

I'm not going to sign the petition, the only reason being this cringey comment. 

Hahaha if you think looking for more information/education is a bad thing there's nothing i can do to help you 🙂

anyway. I simply shared a link of something i think could give hope to people, i signed the petition even considering the chances that it might not have any real affect at all. 
Whoever is here criticizing and trying to put people down need to think if your frustration with your current situation is worth erasing hope for others.

 

enough with this nonsense negativity.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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9 hours ago, Quarknase said:

Very true :( It feels like K1-s are routinely the "forgotten visas" during this pandemic, throughout all restrictions and exceptions.

They are not part of the petition either - the petition asks to open for family sponsored immigration visas for spouses, children, parents and siblings of USC and LPR, of which spouses and children of USC would be eligible for a visa currently while the others are not.

Well what do we expect of a hybrid visa that is neither here or there...it gets caught up in everything,,😣


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