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MXcompadre

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About MXcompadre

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  • Location East Cobb, GA, USA

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  • City
    East Cobb Marietta
  • State
    Georgia

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Atlanta GA
  • Country
    Mexico

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  1. Unfortunately she will NOT be allowed to have her VISA interview, until the test results of her sputum culture are finalized. We experienced the same situation in March of 2017 upon completing my spouses pre-interview medical examination. The CR1 visa interview had to be rescheduled for a date after the negative results of the sputum test. As a result, it pushed back the interview date and immigration visa approval 90-120 days, for which we initially did not anticipate. All in all it was another USCIS hiccup in our persuit of the approval of the visa.
  2. NVC will email you with essential information required for you to schedule the Immigrate Visa appointment at the US Consulate in Cuidad Juerez Mexico. Once you recieve that email you can create/set-up an account on this website = https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-mx/iv/information/iv_services ? If NVC has not provided you with a Cuidad Juarez Consular interview appointment date you will not be able to set-up and/or register on this website until you are notified/recieve that information. Buen suerte siempre!
  3. Right now change your address by completing and filing Form AR-11 online, and also updating/changing it to your new/now address in your online 'myUSCIS profile'.
  4. In that you said that your green card expiration date will be soon, it's recommended that you call USCIS 1 month prior to its actual expiration date to schedule an Info-Pass appointment to obtain an extension stamp in your passport. When your call is answered, say 'Info-Pass appointment' to be/get tranferred to an agent who will assist you to schedule the appointment at the USCIS Field Service Office that is has jurisdication of your ROC application.
  5. This' a sample fianace letter of intent that you can personalize/adapt and submit with the filing of your form I-129 application - https://www.visajourney.com/examples/Fiance_Letter_of_Intent.doc
  6. Sign-up and register your visa interview appointment on this website = https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-mx/iv/information/iv_services. Carefully read/undertsand all the instructions/information with regard to changing and/or cancelling your current scheduled interview appointment date. If you have not done so already, email & call the US Cuidad Juarez Consulate to ask/request that your interview appointment remain to original date that was scheduled in June. Buen suerte siempre.
  7. The question is, did the NVC email provide you with essential information required for you to schedule the Immigrate Visa appointment for your Mother? Have you attempted to create /set-up an account on this website = https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-mx/iv/information/iv_services ? If NVC has/did not provide your Mother with a Cuidad Juarez Consular interview appointment date in their Novemeber email, then you will not be able to set-up and/or register on this website until you rae notified/recieve that information. Suggest you call NVC asking to speak with a 'Tier 2' level individual to clarify/ask/inquire as to the approximate further wait time in issuing an interview appointment at the US Cuidad Juarex Consulate for your Mother's interview.
  8. Which agency emailed you on October 27, 2021, USCIS NVC or the U.S. Consulate General Cuidad Juarez, Mexico? If it was not from Cuidad Juarez, you will have to await their email notifiction that your Mother is eligable to schedule an appointment for her interview. Likewise, you are always free to call the Cuidad Juarez Consulate Immigration Visa Section for further clarification or assistance asking what the projected current wait times are for their notifying you of your Mother's eligiablity to schedule an interview appointment. Buen suerte!
  9. Recommend you read the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico website = https://mx.usembassy.gov/immigrant-visas-information/, and the specific website for the U.S. Consulate General Cuidad Juarez Mexico = https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Supplements/Supplements_by_Post/CDJ-Ciudad-Juarez.html. Read the information pertaining to scheduling an approved immigrant visa appointment date/time. Buen suerte siempre!
  10. This' the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico website = https://mx.usembassy.gov/immigrant-visas-information/, and this' the specific website for the U.S. Consulate General Cuidad Juarez Mexico = https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Supplements/Supplements_by_Post/CDJ-Ciudad-Juarez.html. Read the information pertaining to re-scheduling/changing your scheduled appointment date/time. Buen suerte siempre!
  11. This' the Atlanta CBP Deferred Inspection Site information/telephone contact# = https://www.cbp.gov/contact/ports/deferred-inspection-sites
  12. Zachary I sent you a private message [check your mesages] with feasible LGBTQ pro-bono legal options for you to persue in the refiling of your I-751 and inituating filing for divorce.
  13. Read the U.S. Embassy & Cosulates Japan website regarding their policy "Exceptional Situations' regarding filing/acceptance of an I-130 petition = https://jp.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/family-immigration/apply-step1/
  14. Stelare, although you initially submitted all documents and required enclosures electronically, it's always prudent to bring with you hardcopies in the event your interviewer questions and/or asks about/for a specific item. Likewise, print all joint banking, utilities, mortgage/rent invoice statements, joint insurance policies & invoices, any joint credit card statements, or any other joint reoccurring payment documentation, plus air travel ticket receipts or airline account manifest printout. Always err on being prepared with 'more evidence' to present is always the best preparation. You will be fine, just be relaxed with a pleasant attitude and your interview will go well!
  15. Were refer to it as the USCIS entangled nebulous maze...
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