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Momo12

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  1. Thanks for the replies @fip & jim @Naes @Gloriazlh !! I took a "yuukyuu" for that day already so I think I'll just go get my fingerprint taken for the Canadian police certificate and wait to apply for my Japanese one for a later date.
  2. Hello fellow VJers. My fiance filed for our I-129F in March 2018, so we still have a while until our NOA2. (Hopefully September/October) Just so that things go smoothly after we get approved, I was thinking about getting my police certificates at the NOA1 stage. I will need one from Japan, Canada and France. The French one was easy to obtain online and I already have it in hand. I'm planning on going to the tokyo police department next week to apply for my Japanese police certificate and get my fingerprints taken so that I can send them to Canada to get them digitilized. My question is, does anyone know if police certificates expire? This might be an embassy specific question so it'll be really helpful if I can get some thoughts from Tokyo embassy filers. Thanks for the help!
  3. Just visited my fiance for the 2nd time since we submited our petition. POE: Daniel K. Inoue Airport (Honolulu,HI) I was only asked the following questions What is the purpose of your trip? -holiday How long are you here for? -5 days What is your job? -accountant That's it! I did bring my copy of NOA1, printed copy of my itinerary, certificate of residence (住民票) and its english translation with me just incase I got questioned about anything. I'll be visiting again in August (hopefully the last time before i move), hoping for a smooth entry then too! Good luck to everyone
  4. Thanks @Naes for the update! And woah, there's someone from march who already got approved? Crazy!
  5. I wrote this on the "yes, you can visit" thread as well but since I am a March filer thought I'd also leave my experience here. Just came back from visiting my fiance and attending a wedding in Hawaii. I am Japanese and should have a visa waiver but it was revoked a few years ago. Currently I travel to the US using my B2 tourist visa. POE: Daniel K. Inoue Airport/Honolulu International Airport Questions asked "Why do you have a tourist visa?" I answered why "What is your purpose of visit" Me "To attend a wedding" "When was the last time you travelled to the US" Me "Last month" "How long is your trip" Me "4 days, I fly out on Saturday" "Do you have a job?" Me "Yes, I'm an accountant" I didn't mention my fiance since the officer did not ask me specifically if I'm visiting anyone. Will be visiting again next month so hopefully will be as smooth as this time! Good luck to everyone travelling during the process.
  6. Just came back from visiting my fiance and attending a wedding in Hawaii. I am Japanese and should have a visa waiver but it was revoked a few years ago. Currently I travel to the US using my B2 tourist visa. POE: Daniel K. Inoue Airport/Honolulu International Airport Questions asked "Why do you have a tourist visa?" I answered why "What is your purpose of visit" Me "To attend a wedding" "When was the last time you travelled to the US" Me "Last month" "How long is your trip" Me "4 days, I fly out on Saturday" "Do you have a job?" Me "Yes, I'm an accountant" I didn't mention my fiance since the officer did not ask me specifically if I'm visiting anyone. Will be visiting again next month so hopefully will be as smooth as this time! Good luck to everyone travelling during the process.
  7. oh yay! so happy to know someone else from japan filed around the same time. hopefully we all have a smooth path to approval.
  8. Just sent out our petition today! Let the waiting begin...:)
  9. Found the documents! And it says yes to being refused. So will be definitely checking yes on the ds-160
  10. Unfortunately since it was almost 10 years ago, and I had a lawyer help me with the paperwork I don't remember the details of the paperwork.
  11. Nope, didn't violate anything. I was able to obtain a tourist visa afterwards so that I can enter the US now. Thanks for the link, will definitely be saying "yes" on the DS-160 when the time comes! Thank you so much for your time. Definitely helped with my anxiety
  12. Thanks for your super quick reply! That's what I was thinking too. So I guess I should just submit the same explanation for the DS-160. Better to be safe and say "yes" and give an explation then to be denied because I submitted false information.
  13. Hello I was wondering if anyone could help me out. I was studying in the US at a university but decided to take a leave of absence. I didn't want to violate my terms on my student visa so I decided to take a weekend trip to Canada and return to the US on my visa waiver. I went through border protection once, but was pulled back by another agent to recheck my documents. At that point, my student visa and visa waiver was revoked due to the lack of ties to Japan, I also didn't have a return ticket (rookie move, I know!). After my visa was revoked I flew back to Japan on the same day. On the DS-160 I know I have to state "yes" that my visa was revoked and give an explanation but I wasn't sure if I had to say "yes" for the question "Have you ever been refused a u.s. visa or been refused admission to the united states?" Any input will be helpful! Thanks so much for those who read this.
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