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GraceJ21

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About GraceJ21

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  • Location Chicago, Illinois, EE. UU.

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    Female

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Chicago IL
  • Country
    Honduras

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  1. Have you tried the passport tracker? Also I'd check with the courier to see if they already have it and the notification just didn't get to you. I remember being told that if I didnt pick my passport up after a window of time, that it would be sent back to the embassy, so I'd give them a call asap.
  2. Don't worry, I was told my medical results will be sent electronically to the embassy. They did not ask for the envelope during my interview and everything went smoothly. I imagine this is something new they are doing to reduce paperwork.
  3. We got Issued status today! Three days after being approved at interview. Embassy was closed for Thanksgiving yesterday so I didn't expect to get Issued status this fast. I can't believe we get to spend the holidays together and welcome the new decade. This has been such a long, exhausting journey. So incredibly thankful for the wealth of information and community in this website. It'll be your turn soon enough, it's almost over and you'll get to be with your loved ones ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
  4. Maybe you should ask. The doctor that saw me also told me he was sending everything electronically. I was a bit concerned since I had read that you get a sealed envelope instead and asked when it would to the embassy and he said he was forwarding it the same day.
  5. Approved today at interview!! The hardest part of the process were the hours leading up to it, I was so nervous, couldn't eat or sleep well. My interview wasn't even ten minutes, after all that worrying! Can't wait to see the golden "Issued" status, but I'll be patient since for some people it seems to take a couple of weeks. Good luck to everyone interviewing soon, the end is near ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
  6. Congrats, I'm so happy for you. Our interview is next week, I hope we can have that joy soon as well. Good luck to everyone else interviewing soon โค๏ธ
  7. Is it okay to upload some additional documents to CEAC before my interview? or would it cause issues?
  8. Congrats! Isn't DQ the same thing as CC? I got an email saying "You've been Documentary Qualified" pretty much instantly after an email about changes in our case being made.
  9. Hey everyone, my interview is in a couple of weeks. So my wife kept our original marriage certificate (certified copy), and they're charging us so much to get it sent here. I was wondering if they definitely demand the original? I would imagine so, and if that's the case we'll pay for it.
  10. I'm sorry you're going through this. I've been apart from my wife for more than a year now, and it's insanely painful too, I think about hugging her and I always find myself in tears, so I can empathize with your situation. The uncertainty of it all if really hard as well. A lot of us in here go through the same, and I think we all understand your pain. I hope you can be reunited with your family soon. Stay strong friend.
  11. Quick question to those who already had their interviews, did you take the ORIGINAL I-864 form? Or can I take a scanned copy that was uploaded to CEAC? I guess we can always get it mailed, but it's expensive and I'd rather avoid it if copies of the scans are okay.
  12. Read the guidelines first, the information is out there. There are several options, and you should have health insurance anyway, you never know when there can be an emergency. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/Presidential-Proclamation-on-Health-Care.html This is the official info, best of luck in your process.
  13. In the presidential proclamation guidelines it says they will accept traveler insurance valid for at least 364 days, so that's what we're doing. My spouse is also sending me her insurance paperwork from her job, but they can't add me until I come to the US. So I'm taking both to the interview. Might be overkill, but beyond it being a requirement now, I don't want to worry about what might happen if I have an emergency before I get added to her insurance. My interview isnt until the 26th though, anyone who has it first please report back!
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