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Eric&Mirella

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About Eric&Mirella

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  • City
    San Diego
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    California

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    San Diego CA
  • Country
    Venezuela

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  1. Bueno, yo soy de los casos de Venezuela y literalmente la embajada nos ha dejado confundidos, llevo ya una semana que me enviaron el paquete y sigue apareciendo el error de que mi numero de caso no está listo para entrevista hemos contactado a todos los correos y numeros de telefono y no nos pueden dar una respuesta. Es decir, nuestros casos fueron transferidos pero de las citas aún no sabemos nada, nos pidieron agendarlas pero se ha hecho imposible ni siquiera para los venezolanos que debían entregar el pasaporte para que se las estamparan y que ya tenían las visas aprobadas. Se que por la contingencia todo se ha hecho bastante rápido, pero la falta de info oficial me pone los pelos de punta. Sobretodo porque me dijeron que no encontraban nada con mi numero de pasaporte el jueves. Espero esta semana se pueda resolver. Mi caso actualiza todos los días en el CEAC, pero no responden mis correos aun
  2. Muchísimas gracias chicas. En mi caso no nos permiten programar la cita aún ya que ya tenía una cita programada y pagada en Caracas y nos dijeron que iban a validar el pago en Bogotá. Ya mi caso llegó a BGT 😊 super feliz. Pero nos pidieron esperar instrucciones específicas. Yo ya encontré donde quedarme, pero tengo dudas cuánto dinero necesito.en peso/dólares para estar 1-2 semanas en la zona cerca de la embajada. Comiendo afuera y haciendo un mercado pequeñito para esos días. Les agradezco mucho si tienen un estimado. También quiero pasear y recorrer un poco la ciudad 🙈 Un abrazo
  3. Saludos a todos. Soy de Venezuela y mi caso ha sido transferido a Bogotá ya que todas las citas han sido canceladas. Nunca he estado en Bogotá y quería saber si podían recomendarme con que médico hacer los exámenes y cuánto tiempo tardan en dar los resultados para planificar cuántos días debo quedarme. Aquí en Venezuela tardan muchísimo al igual que las citas en la embajada, no sé si es el mismo caso allá. Agradezco cualquier información 🙂
  4. Oh , I'll try but it sucks that after all the wait now I have to do other things too. And the process in Caracas seemed much straightforward than in Bogota. I'll keep my fingers crossed. Do you know if something like this has happened before recently?
  5. There's no info, and the embassy building in Caracas is completely empty with basically no workers. All the personnel was retired 2 weeks ago. And trucks were seen leaving the embassy with furniture and office equipment. I found weird Bogota was willing to take my case, I called he NVC several times and they all said I couldn't do the transfer because I wasn't a citizen or resident of that country. But Bogota still did it, I left clear that I wasn't a resident or citizen but they didn't mind.
  6. All appointments were cancelled on Jan 24. I made my appointment on January 9 and my interview was on March 1. After 3 weeks of absolute no communication with the embassy, except for a generic email saying they were looking for an alternate processing post. They're not answering calls or emails at this point. I emailed the Bogota immigrant visa unit today, just sent my name, didn't include any other info since I was afraid of affecting my case and asked them if it was possible to transfer and process my case despite not being a resident of citizen of Colombia. They replied they were happy to receive my case and the transfer was already happening. In 2 hours the Ceac status changed to transfer in progress. I was surprised because I didn't ask for the transfer just asked for info and they still transferred the case. Could it be they already had planned that?
  7. Thank you so much! I already had a case number assigned, even an appointment for my interview but everything was cancelled. I contacted the embassy in Colombia because I heard that they could process my case and they transferred it without me even asking for it. Even the Ceac site is already showing transfer in process.
  8. Hello @Greenbaum do you have p3 and 4 for Colombia? I'd really appreciate it. My case was transferred from Caracas to Colombia without even asking for it 😐 I just asked for info and I was transferred anyways. Now I have to start again. Please help!
  9. The embassy sent an email notifying the appointment was cancelled. So yes the appointment is cancelled. Thanks for the good wishes.
  10. This is the best answer you can get. Not sure how the medical is performed in Brazil But in Venezuela a copy of the vaccines card is more than enough. Doctors who perform the medical here will make a transcript, this is because a lot of cards are damaged,lost or not in the best conditions.
  11. *UPDATE* The immigration unit sent me an email explaining that there aren't people at the embassy in who can work neither on the visa or correspondence related to my case and that I should contact the NVC. *Contacted the NVC* At the NVC was told that the only instructions and information they had was to wait since it was too soon for the embassy to take a decision and that the embassy remained open but without staff to work on visas. Extensions for noa2s can't be requested but an extension will be provided to all filers because it's the embassy that can't process the cases. I was told to: -Monitor the embassy social media pages for information. -Call again in 2 weeks
  12. We are doing a k1.I had my medical appointment for this week and couldn't get it done either. This has become a very stressful situation. We're trying to keep calm but it's a little hard when there's no info about what to do. Since is a very particular case.
  13. It's a k1, not sure if it's different in other countries but here goes through the immigration unit and is treated only as immigration.
  14. Ugh this situation keeps getting weirder and weirder. The US embassy in Venezuela has a record of not processing non immigrant visas but they still would process immigrant visas even when the embassy was either closed,understaffed or under threatenings of the socialist government. I mean the tension has existed since 1998. That's why I'm still hopeful 🙏 that's gonna be the case this time 😓. Last time the embassy suspended non immigrant visas for about 2 years but kept working on immigration cases. I really hope we receive answers or instructions soon. What is killing me is that we have no information about what's next, the uncertainty makes me nervous.
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