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    California

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    K-1 Visa
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    Indonesia

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  1. I did. WAC209xxxxx. Biometric waived in June 13,2020. And no more update since then. Good luck. X
  2. Hello, Yeah i didn't think it through. I can't edit my post but I reported it, hopefully the Mods will be able to delete it ASAP. Sorry. Now I'm part of the problem and not the solution. Take care. J/G.
  3. Hey Larnar (and Mods), You put your complete Case Number in your post. That's probably not a wise decision. If you can't edit it, ask for the Visa Journey Moderators to delete your post and later repost WITHOUT your complete case number. Best, J/G
  4. Unlike in the US, in Indonesia one's signature does not necessarily legible as or even resemble one's name. Hence OP said her signature is merely a "scribble". Us, Indonesian, basically experimented during primary school on how to create the coolest signature because at the end of Primary School we would have to sign our Diploma. Also, OP why bother changing your signature, keep the old one and make your life simple. My advice is just to streamline everything to avoid unnecessary hassle. So what if your signature does not follow the US norm, keep it simple. But do as you wish. Take care.
  5. Oops sorry. Below is the screen shot of the summary from Washington Post Opinion’s Instagram. Hope this work. I’m on my mobile.
  6. Dear All, I normally always able to keep my cool during a stressful situation. But upon reading this article from Washington Post, I actually feel a lose of hope. I’m 10 months in of my ROC process. As much as I want to remain cool calm collected but this one hits home. Thoughts? LINK: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/how-the-trump-administration-is-turning-legal-immigrants-into-undocumented-ones/2020/07/09/15c1cbf6-c203-11ea-9fdd-b7ac6b051dc8_story.html
  7. Good Morning CALIFORNIANS!!! What a way to start the weekend!!! I received a text from USCIS notifying my ROC update at 8:45am PST today, Sat; June 13 2020). When I logged in to my USCIS profile the status now read as follow: Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken As of June 13, 2020, fingerprints relating to your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090XXXXXX, have been applied to your case. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. I know it's not a definitive decision BUT I'm glad to receive an update and that it seems it'll move smoothly forward? Please, dear God. QUESTION: What does the, "Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken" really mean? I hope my fellow WAC filers soon to receive an update. Good luck to everyone!!! (and also Champagne!! Champagne for everyone!!🥳) Have a great weekend. Stay safe and healthy. Best, J/G =============== My ROC Timetime: 90 Days window opened: 27 September 2019 Application mailed: 30 September 2019 Check Cashed: 7 October 2019 Text Notice: 7 October 2019 I-797 arrived by mail: 7 October 2019 (notice is dated 4 October 2019) Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken: 14 June 2020
  8. Good Morning VJ Users, What a way to start the weekend!!! I received a text from USCIS notifying my ROC update at 8:45am PST today, Sat; June 13 2020). When I logged in to my USCIS profile the status now read as follow: Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken As of June 13, 2020, fingerprints relating to your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090XXXXXX, have been applied to your case. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. I know it's not a definitive decision BUT I'm glad to receive an update and that it seems it'll move smoothly forward? Please, dear God. QUESTION: What does the, "Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken" really mean? I hope my fellow September 2019 filer and WAC filers soon to receive an update. Good luck to everyone!!! (and also Champagne!! Champagne for everyone!!🥳) Have a great weekend. Stay safe and healthy. Best, J/G =============== My ROC Timetime: 90 Days window opened: 27 September 2019 Application mailed: 30 September 2019 Check Cashed: 7 October 2019 Text Notice: 7 October 2019 I-797 arrived by mail: 7 October 2019 (notice is dated 4 October 2019) Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken: 14 June 2020
  9. you guys... read this... this person applied ROC in Oct 2019, fingerprint taken in Nov 2019.. and now their case is approved. I'm not crying... you're crying.
  10. Hello, There have been several approvals for SRC case number in the September 2019 filer. Anything in this group? I filed mine in September 2019, and aside from the "received" update in October 2019, nothing has changed in my application. sigh..
  11. All these SRC update.. while I'm a WAC and have not had any update since October last year.. Congratulations to all....
  12. Hello, If this can be of help at all, and to reassure you that Indonesian Police clearance is not required please see the email I received from the US embassy during my I-129F application process below. Good luck with your preparation and enjoy (and trust) the process. Take care. Stay Safe. J/G NOTE: This list below is true as of 16 August 2016. You may have to ask others in this forum who went through this process recently to see if there's any changes since then.
  13. Hey BlkBam, Unless it has changed since 2016, you DO NOT need a police report / clearance from Indonesia Police Dept. (locally known as SKCK -- Surat Keterangan Cakap Kelakuan). It's not required and it's 100% a hassle trying to obtain one. The fact is if you know people in the department or befriend any of the "calo" (locals who hangs out in police department wearing no official uniform) you can actually pay / bribe to get one real fast; this is probably why it's not a visa requirement anymore. IF this regulation has changed re: Indonesia Police Clearance being required for visa application, I guess your fiance has to return home. Or perhaps contact the Indonesian Embassy in Taiwan? Not even sure if Indonesia has an embassy in Taiwan, since Taiwan does not technically has an Embassy in Indonesia. Plus with all this craziness happening with COVID-19 it is definitely add complication to any travel / logistic arrangement. Why don't you contact US Embassy in Jakarta? From my experience they were always reliable and respond to visa inquiry within 24-48 hour. Take care. Good Luck. Best, J/G
  14. was this an email or you happen to check USCIS website and read about this update?
  15. Hello Cali2Bali, I hope this helps. We applied our I-129 / K-1 visa while both living in Bali, Indonesia. The easiest solution for your question regarding Phone Number is to get a Skype US Telephone Number Subscription. You need to have a Skype Account, a smart phone (iOS or Android), a Skype App installed on your phone, and Internet Connection. You can choose how long you want to keep this Skype number, I'm no "IT Person" by any definition but this worked for us. Also, just to perhaps lift your spirit, none of our communications during application process was done over the phone from the US -- at least this is true for us. Everything was done either via e-mail or US mailing address. So I imagined you're technically not required to have a US Phone Number during your application period. If I'm wrong, or there has been changes since 2016 please someone correct me. The only time I used my US Skype phone number was when phoning USCIS office and to get a call back, instead of waiting for 3 hours on the line. Aside from that it was basically unnecessary. As for the US address, during our application stage and while living full time in Bali we used my husband's sister US address in PA to receive any letter from USCIS, she then FedEx / DHL said letter to us in Indonesia. Sounds complicated but it's really easy. Upon our arrival in the US, we settled in CA and all of our applications since then have used our CA address and we have never encountered any issues. I hope this help. Also, "Back in my days..." said Grandpa, filing online was not an option for I-129F so we used FedEx to mail all of our documents to USCIS. We used the FedEx office on the By-Pass Ngurah Rai road (en route to Nusa Dua Beach). Finally, there are complications or extra work and effort required when you're filing from abroad, but IT IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE! This forum offers a lot of advice and suggestion, and there are a lot of people that have been in your position. That being said, take all advice with a grain of salt. Anyway, Good luck!! J/G
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