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F-1 case complete and awaiting for an interview date
11:29 am November 1, 2019


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Hi guys..

-my PD May,5,2012 Rest Of the World

-Received my CC letter on the 27, Sept,2019

does anyone know how long its take for NVC to send an interview letter after case complete? Or someone who could share experienced please

Thank you

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Former DACA, now illegal but just married citizen...what does she need to file to be legal?
6:43 pm August 31, 2018



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My friend and her husband are living with us. She is trying to file her papers so she can go to school next year. She was adopted (not legally, basically just given) by an aunt in the states from her family in New Zealand when she was 3, back in 1999. She had DACA until 2015 when it expired. She married a citizen in May 2018. What does she need to file? I-130 from her husband and the I-130A for her and the I-751 all at once?

Also, her New Zealand birth certificate has her mom's name spelled wrong and her dad's birthday is wrong. Dad is deceased. Mom is a dual citizen of Tonga and New Zealand and travels back and forth to the US legally on visas (never has overstayed). Should she put the info on the forms according to the birth certificate she has or the correct way on her mom's passport? (dad is deceased).

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Processing Time
10:16 pm January 24, 2017

Talita Mateaki

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I am a daughter of a USC born outside the US. Im 27yrs and unmarried, my USC mother filed form 1130 on May 4 2012. My case then approved on Oct 1 2013. Does anyone have any idea for how long is the processing time? Help please..

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RFE crazy situation
3:36 pm August 19, 2016



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My husband received a request for initial evidence for his pending application for permanent residence. After obtaining all the requested documents we mailed the information to the address given on the Request for Initial Evidence, which was

US Department of Homeland Security

PO BOX 648004

Lees Summit, MO 64002

Yesterday we received a phone call from a Healthmate International in Kansas City, MO calling to figure out why they received the package and the package was damaged, instead of homeland security. something was spilled on the package but all documents are still legible.

Of course, at first we figured the postal service damaged the package and sent it to the wrong address. I called the postal service to figure out what happened and they informed me that M. Seievers from the Homeland Security office signed for the package, so I am trying to figure out why the package was sent to this random healthcare facility.

Does anyone have any idea why this would happen?? Has it happened to anyone else?!!

So frustrating!

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