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Tommal

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About Tommal

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Daytona Beach
  • State
    Florida

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Jacksonville FL
  • Country
    Sri Lanka
  • Our Story
    Got married in March 2015Filed May 2015Interview May 20169 weeks APVisa issued in JulyPOE Orlando in OctoberSSN received in 3 weeksGC received in 6 weeks

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  1. It seems most cases do not need biometrics done. May be they select randomly? I just received a letter for the appointment for biometrics on 03/29/2019 at USCIS Orlando Support Centre.
  2. Ohh yeahhh you have to wait almost a month
  3. Don't say your unlucky. Everything happens for a reason. Think positive.
  4. Yes he is the petitioner and you are the spouse
  5. You have nothing to worry as each case is different from other. Faith in God (or who ever you believe) and think positive. All the best.
  6. Most probably they will cash it this week or early next week. Dont worry guys!
  7. I too got the 221g but they handwritten about the missing documents. (My case was different as it was a spousal visa). I have no any idea whether SL office issue a K1 visa to anyone. Have you done any research before applying? Most succeeded cases I knew from our country were spousal visa not fiance visa. If you will not get success this time, best way is for you to visit Sri Lanka at-least one time before the wedding and during second time getting married. My husband visited me 3 times (engagement, wedding, interview) within 2 years, tho it was expensive.
  8. Got the extension letter today
  9. Why don't you call the embassy and get it be cleared by them?
  10. Nothing to be worried. Ask him to be cool. Only thing is that we are 100% truthful to them. They only want to check whether the evidence are true and the affair is in good faith. Awaiting to hearing from you the good news! All the best guys!
  11. Congrats. Am so happy for you guys. Did you make an appointment with Asiri? For me, they asked about the interview date and gave a date prior to that. At Asiri it took me a lot of waiting. First you have to go to meet the doctor. I selected Dr. Nimal and he was so busy. My appointment was 8 but when I met him it was about 1.30 pm. Next he gave me some papers and asked to go to Asiri hospital and get the vaccinations done. After that I had to go back to them to give them that paper back. WOW. You know about our hospitals.
  12. They will ask about you and your kids (if any) where they live, how old are them, how old are you, specially ask her to keep in mind all the important days in life of you together. Good luck guys!
  13. Your the next in line. Dont worry.
  14. Hi, I know how much it is frustrated to wait. But this is common for all. He can call the embassy and ask or you can write inquiring whether they received it. Was it too long from "in transit" status to "ready" status? In Asiri hospital, ask him to select Dr. Geetha, not Dr. Nimal. She is so quick and for Dr. Nimal I had to wait whole day at the hospital.
  15. Hi, that's what I submitted. Do you have 3 years back tax transcripts with you? (That was what I was given AP for) They mostly look for the true evidence to prove your close relationship, bonds with relatives. Hope she has some pic album set for her interview you together and with relatives/friends. Western Union money transfer receipts are very helpful. In Sri Lanka, they asked me about 45 questions. Sometimes, same question twice. My hubby came to the interview with me that was a plus point I guessed. They asked what was the last time he visited me and I said he is now here, outside waiting. Earlier he wrote and got their permission to enter the embassy accompanied by me for my interview. They sent him a written permission and asked to bring it printed.
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