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About Lynxwarden

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  • Location Wellington, New Zealand

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    Cape Coral
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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Local Office
    Miami FL
  • Country
    New Zealand
  • Our Story
    My fiance and I have been together for four years, wet me online through shared interests in gaming and Game of Thrones. I went to visit him in the States last year, and he came and visited me the year before that in New Zealand. We've been through some hardships, and he's been my anchor through it all.

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  1. Not too sure yet (need to wait for the visa and my passport in the mail), but hopefully before the 23rd of this month!
  2. I was so shocked at how quickly I got approved I blurted out "Wait, so I'm approved?" and the officer interviewing me just grinned and said "Yeah, you got it!" ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
  3. Same here - I was a nervous wreck going in, and even with all the positive reviews I thought maybe I'd just have some bad luck. Turned out to be the complete opposite of what I thought my experience would be. Very calm place with nice workers there, even the security was nice.
  4. I had my interview at the Auckland Consulate yesterday. I was safe to say, a nervous wreck. But I got it! . I got the visa and I should be in America not even by the end of this month! I waited for 2 hours to be seen and got approved in less than 5 minutes. I have tons of things to prepare that are quite stressful to think about, but I'll be back with my man soon, and it's kind of baffling to think about. Most of my months have been filled with always thinking about paperwork, things I have to arrange like the medical exam, prepping for the interview and now it's just "Get ready to move." I'm nervous as hell because you know, moving to a new country is a huge thing in itself, but I'm excited more than anything to start a new life with my man. Just had to update you all!
  5. I've checked them out; most of the reviews are pretty positive and it sounds not as intimidating as I thought it would be. Still have some big nerves due to travelling and general anxiety, but reading those does give me some slight peace of mind and an idea of what to expect. Hopefully it'll be just as relaxed for me as it has been for others!
  6. Hopefully it's a breezy process for me too! I have people anxiety mixed with being on the autistic spectrum so things like these are quite nerve-wrecking. Will put on a brave face though - my fiance and I have worked hard to get to this point โค๏ธ
  7. Haven't had it yet, it's tomorrow I fly up tonight though, staying in a hotel and then the interview is tomorrow morning
  8. Thank you, good luck to you too! It's such a scary process - an incredibly worthwhile one, but very intimidating nonetheless.
  9. I fly up tomorrow, and have the interview the morning after. I've got everything I need for the interview - a hotel is booked, flights are arranged, and I'm SUPER nervous. My stomach is doing a ton of backflips and while my anxiety is through the roof right now, I'm looking forward to finally doing this interview. It's been a really long time coming. I'll be going to the Auckland NZ Consulate. It's weird - I'm somewhat of a veteran flyer when it comes to international flights, but I've never flown within my own country before so I'm weirdly nervous about it. Honestly it's the "making sure I'm there" part I'm most nervous for; going to the interview itself, I'm mostly fine. I am a bit jittery and afraid of being rejected for the visa (that would be my worst nightmare...) but you know, trying to have a positive mental attitude! I've got my little pieces of evidence (photos of us, text convos and old boarding passes) and the email that I needed to print off to show I have an interview all sorted and ready to go. Sorry if this is rambly - as you can tell, very nervous ๐Ÿ˜… I miss my partner so much, so the fact that this is all going to come to and end and we'll be back together soon has definitely got me emotional. We're ready for marriage, and I'm ready to start a new life with him overseas. May all the old gods and the new and idk, the force be with me in these coming days.
  10. Thank you for the second perspective! And oh definitely, it's been a very very stressful time, both dealing with getting everything ready and set and other outside factors. If all goes well with this interview, I'll feel very, very peaceful ๐Ÿ˜‚ Also, In my confirmation letter for the interview date I was told to be expected in the building for 2 hours - is that not often the case?
  11. If that's the case I feel slightly more relaxed about this interview! ๐Ÿ˜… I've gotten a couple witness statements from both our mothers (for his she wrote it out over email, not sure if that will be of any help or seem artificial, but never hurts to have on hand maybe?), I've got pictures of us together, on outings with his brother and his girl, and some with his mum, just need to print them. I've also started downloading our messenger texts - we have a lot so it's just a matter of waiting for the file to stop crashing so I can scroll through and pick parts to print out ๐Ÿ˜‚
  12. I've been gathering up evidence for my visa interview next week (yep, next week, less than a week as of today) and something that can apparently help with the evidence side of things is writing a personal letter - both one from me and one from my fiance - about our relationship. So how we met, when we met in person and what about each other made us fall in love. But I have a slight problem; How the heck do I even begin to write one of those letters? In theory it should be simple; I write down what I love about my fiance, how we met and all the details that are necessary to share. Putting it into practice in a Microsoft Word document though is proving hard. It's like when you try to start an essay for school and you keep drawing up blanks in your mind. Has anyone else done this? How'd you even begin...? (also if anyone knows where I can find an example or be willing to share what you wrote if you did this too, that would be very much appreciated!)
  13. I had a look back through my email and I got to get the wording they used when they talked about the interview openings, this is what was said. I hope it's of some help or at least insightful; "As soon as we receive the documents, we schedule you the very next available appointment. This changes from day to day. Our current vacancies for interviews start on May 23, unless there is a cancelation. We donโ€™t normally have people cancel their interviews." What was your interview like if you don't mind me asking? I'm really nervous for mine, so I'm just wondering how long yours was, what it was like, how'd it go etc.? (if you don't mind sharing, of course.)
  14. First off thank you! And I'm sorry that you've had a really long wait for your interview, that sucks ๐Ÿ˜• When they emailed me, the Consulate said that the openings wouldn't be available till the 23rd of May. So I was expecting a really long wait, but they said if there was a cancellation that it would be earlier... I guess there was given how much earlier it is. (I'm going for a K1 visa for some more info). Have you sent your letter requesting an interview? I hope you get yours soon too, I know how much the waiting sucks
  15. Thank you! I'm super nervous and excited, I miss him terribly and I'm so happy we may be reuniting sooner than expected. He sent his I-134 form with his paystub that he was asked to send up My medical was on the 21st of March, I'll have to get some extra stuff from my doc since at the time of the interview, I wasn't sure of my vaccination history so some part of the form the examiner sent up state that I still need an MMR vaccine. I've visited only once last year, he visited the year before that. I still have my plane tickets and I'm thinking of printing out some photos from my trip there (they include ones of group photos with his mum, his brothers and their partners).
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