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    QAnon influencer Romana Didulo told her 70,000 followers that "duck-hunting season is open” and by ducks she means healthcare workers, politicians, and journalists. In a post on Sunday to her over 70,000 followers on Telegram, Didulo issued an order to the soldiers of her “Kingdom of Canada’s Military.” She demanded the mass arrests of those they consider opposition, and wanted her soldiers to take control of newspapers and seize the border. “Shoot to kill anyone who tries to inject Children under the age of 19 years old with Coronavirus19 vaccines/ bioweapons or any other Vaccines,” she wrote. “This order is effective immediately.” A follow-up post on Tuesday changed the wording from “shoot to kill” to “arrest.” “Please, use airports, hospitals, schools, stadiums, and other public venues to hold and detain all traitors,” the post said. “They will stay there until Military Tribunal is held for each one of them until the day they are executed via firing squad or hanging.” https://www.vice.com/en/article/v7ddgm/qanons-queen-of-canada-calls-for-followers-to-kill-people-vaccinating-children
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    NandV

    K1 Visa: Moving Wedding Date

    We had a similar issue. We actually planned out a full wedding in India thinking we would do the CR1 and then covid hit. I applied for the K1 because I wasn't sure which would come faster. His family really wanted the CR1 so that they could have a massive wedding and invite all their friends/family, etc. Obviously that didn't end up working out and K1 was the best for us. However, the K1 process was exhausting imo. The embassy kept opening and closing, visa priorities kept changing, etc. We made the executive decision to keep the big wedding out of the picture until he could come to the US. Were our families happy? Nope, but we needed it for our mental peace. To be honest, the court wedding date kept changing too 😂 When he finally came, we went to Vegas with immediate family and a couple of friends and enjoyed that celebration. Came home and turned in all the paperwork, got him added to the health insurance, banks, etc. Then we planned the big party. We still haven't had the reception since his parents couldn't come from India, but the religious ceremonies are all done. This is the best way imo with this process. Families just won't get it and honestly, if you want the responsibility of marriage, you need to do what's best for you Editing to add that I personally think you're making a big mistake in gambling timelines like that for the big party. Keep an eye out for the fact that there is a new covid variant on the horizon. Hopefully it works out, but one thing I learned in this process, is that initial application was a big gamble on its own
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    Interestingly enough, this "ooober badly variant" has all the same symptoms as those who take the EUA drugs and get sick or die from it.
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    dnavinnie

    Travel to phillipines

    Excellent information. I will only add my experience to this. I arrived in Manila on 11-20-2021 with a 9a(spousal visa) also...no tourist visas yet. I stayed at the Diamond hotel(you need to find an approved quarantine hotel booked in advanced). The hotel set up my covid test on Monday(3rd day of stay). I got my negative results the same day and they let me leave on the fourth day. I am currently on Mindanao waiting to take my wife and daughter back on a CR1. We are flying back Decmber 14th. Happy days! Hope this helps.
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    Most of the posts I have seen you make are quite intelligent on East-West relationships. At this point, he has enough information. He has never been to the Philippines before and each posts speaks of being naive to how things are done. There is nothing wrong with this as at some point in time, we were all in a similar situation, but its just the failure to listen to advice from people who have been living and dealing with these kinds of things for decades. Even the approach to communicating is a very Western approach which does not work in the Philippines as well. You could also add in the long meandering posts which if a similar communication style is used in the Philippines, the point will never get across. It will just be miscommunication after miscommunication. I havent contributed much to this thread since the OP has clearly demonstrated a severe lack of understanding on how the Philippines works and almost nothing will change that mindset until he actually lives there for a long period of time.
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    Received interview letter this morning for late December, DQ was December 2020 so they are catching up! I hope this helps others regarding timeframes for EB interviews
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    SuznAaron

    November 2021 ROC Filers

    It was posted in an earlier page that if your case is routed to a service center MSC you are likely routed for interview scheduling. I assume that would be at your local field office. Here is the link to the info: https://www.dhs.gov/publication/uscis-processing-concurrently-pending-forms-n-400-and-forms-i-751
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    PatSquared

    May 2020 AOS Filers

    Yes, we intend to file for an expedite if we don’t get the card or hear anything on the interview front by January. This is truly becoming such a nerve-wracking process. I do hope you get that interview date set soon! 🙏🏻
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    Budzmaroo

    March 2021 i-130 filers

    Our application has been approved! PD March 31, 2021 under Nebraska. Nov 23 , actively being reviewed. Nov 24, actively reviewed again. I just checked now and I saw under the documents our approval letter! I was already loosing hope and this happened. Praying for everyone waiting to get good news soon!
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    Wow, it's really so random. I'm in Cali too, MSC, Filed and GC expired 9 months before you and not update since February this year, still waiting to be scheduled.
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