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Guacamole

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About Guacamole

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Boise
  • State
    Idaho

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Boise ID
  • Country
    Singapore

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  1. In any case, I've updated my timeline! My ACTUAL received date was 10/22 as it says on the printed NOA1s - sorry for the confusion!! (I'm gonna use the fact that I've been battling a cold for 2 weeks and am kind of out of it as an excuse. 😅)
  2. Ooh, I wasn't really reading clearly, but I see where it says received date now, oops! But the received date on the myuscis website is different from the paper form?
  3. It's saying 10/29 received for all 3 of them.
  4. My received date on the USCIS site is the same as my notice date on the letter, thanks for the tip! though
  5. I received my NOA1s today! Notice date is 10/29.
  6. Update: I received the 3 text messages on 10/30! Just waiting for the NOAs in the mail now 🙏
  7. Ahh I'm so nervous, really hoping to get my NOA for the AoS soon. I know it's still sorta early since they only received it on 10/19 but argh. I just need a peace of mind cause I have like 10 days left on my I-94. 😰
  8. Hi everyone! So glad to see familiar faces from the October 2017 I-129F thread! I can't believe it's been a year since then, I will be filing the AOS package tomorrow then I'll feel a great burden lifted off my shoulders (again) since my I-94 expires early November 🤣
  9. Alright, thanks every one!
  10. Hi everyone, sorry if this seems like a silly question because I've never had to deal with a visa before. But is the K1 visa considered a travel document? I'm asking because for my flight check-in there's a field where I am able to fill in travel document information, should I fill that out? Thanks again all.
  11. Hi all, haven't been here in a bit, but I just want to say congratulations to everyone that have gotten their NOA2/approvals and all the best to the people still waiting! You'll get your NOA2/approvals soon too! Stay strong! ❤️
  12. Guacamole

    Singapore K1 filers (2017-18)

    Hi all, just posting a mini update to show the timeline of when I got my visa on hand. Interview date: 10 July 2018 After-interview update on CEAC Website: 10 July 2018: "Ready", case last updated date changed from 24 May 2018 to 10 July 2018. 12/13 July 2018: "Application Received", switched from "Immigrant Visa Application" to "Non-immigrant Visa Applicant", case created date changed from 21 May 2018 to 12 July 2018. 14 - 16 July 2018: "Administrative Processing" 17 July 2018: "Issued" - This is the last update I got. Then on 21 July 2018 the courier delivered visa packet to my home. So it took a total of 11 days from interview to VOH and 4 days from issued to VOH for my case. All the best everyone else!
  13. The wait is truly extremely frustrating, but once things get moving it's such a huge wave of relief. Hang in there!
  14. Guacamole

    Police clearance

    You'll need a letter from Packet 3 in order to get your COC in Singapore as they request for it at the application stage.
  15. Guacamole

    Singapore K1 filers (2017-18)

    Hi everyone! I just did my K-1 interview today and got my approval yay! I used a joint-sponsor in my case so some of the interview questions were pertaining to it. The person at counter 7 (document collection) asked me the following questions: - Is the petitioner currently working? - How is the joint sponsor related to the petitioner? - Does the joint sponsor have any dependents? Then for the actual interview at counter 8, I was asked: - How did the petitioner and I meet? - When did we meet for the first time in person? - Did the petitioner come visit me? When did he come over to meet me. * She seemed a bit skeptical about our story, so I told her I had pictures of him visiting me and my family. She prompted me to show her our relationship evidence, so I showed her pictures of my fiance with my family, extended family, our boarding passes from when I left the USA and from when he left Singapore. - Does the petitioner work? Where did he work before/what will he be working as soon? - What does the joint-sponsor work as? The lady at counter 8 had a very stern demeanor, she was pretty expressionless until she was convinced we were in a bona fide relationship, then she beamed when she told me that all my documents were in place and that I should expect my visa in about 2 weeks. I smiled so wide hahaha! That's all I remember for our interview, all the best everyone else!
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