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ArmyVet

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About ArmyVet

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  • Birthday September 10
  • Member # 311570
  • Location Kennewick, Washington, EE. UU.

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Kennewick
  • State
    Washington

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Country
    Colombia

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  1. Congrats, I just replied with the expedite template too! lol The longest part is over.
  2. Dear Sir/Madam, Paragraph 1: In response to your email regarding my requested to expedite the processing of the I-130 petition filed on my behalf, I have attached letters from [YOUR EVIDENCE]. I will also give a detailed explanation of the emergency situation and financial hardship faced in the body of this email. Paragraph 2: WHY ARE YOU REQUESTING EXPEDITE? Paragraph 3 (VERY SHORT): I have attached Letters from... Paragraph 4 (VERY SHORT): I kindly request that my situation is taken into careful consideration so that I can promptly... Very Respectfully, YOUR NAME Petitioner (U.S. Citizen)
  3. Yes, this is our second time through this process, so it was relatively easy. They did mention her previous residence and tourists visas. The medical was fast, we actually took our results from 7 years ago and the doctor reviewed and ask why we are going through the process again. The vaccines were all in order. We did labs (blood work and x-rays) on Wednesday morning, medical on Wednesday afternoon, and picked up results on Thursady just after noon. We did fingerprints on Saturday morning and had interview on Monday morning.
  4. We ended up picking up the Visa on Saturday from our local DHL office.
  5. My case was received by NVC 2 weeks after NOA2 and then Case number was assigned 4 weeks later. It was sent to the emails listed on I-130 and I-130a.
  6. Great question, I actually picked up the phone (they are behind bullet proof glass) to speak and he didn't want to speak to me. Told me he wanted to speak to the beneficiary. She spoke the entire time, but he did wave goodbye after the interview. Our case was also expedited at USCIS and NVC, best of luck!
  7. My wife had her interview Monday in Bogota, Colombia. I accompanied her and we were told it was approved. Still took a couple of days to be issued, but boy are we happy.
  8. My wife had her interview Monday in Bogota, Colombia. I accompanied her and we were told it was approved. Still took a couple of days to be issued, but boy are we happy.
  9. The interview was actually really quick. The CO didn't want to speak to me (prtitioner), entire time time talked to my wife. Asked about our relationship..how we met, how long we have been together, any kids. Also, if she has ever been in the U.S. illegally, employment information for both, why we want to go to the U.S.
  10. I am almost certain that all immigrant visa interviews are conducted in Montreal. Good luck!
  11. No idea, hopefully it is located soon. Good luck!
  12. Do an inquiry at NVC so that your file can be located. Unload your NOA2 (Approval Notice) from USCIS. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/ask-nvc.html Maybe also do an inquiry at USCIS. https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/Intro.do
  13. They will take your I-751 and processes it with your N-400. Nothing to worry about, I have sen both joint interviews and separate interviews. Although, more joint interviews than not. Good luck!
  14. Yeah, I know. It's not my first rodeo...thanks. There is good chance if the CO says its approved that it will be issued, I am truly not worried about it one bit.
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