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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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  1. Good luck!! Hiring Jim was the best the decision I’ve ever made for my husband and I. Now we are happy and he is settling in the US great!
  2. Thank you so much!! I wish you all the best in your future. The casa consulate is VERY complicated. I think I would be waiting another year or longer if I didn’t hire Jim.
  3. They only asked him if he was still married and he said yes, of course lol and he needed an updated police and court record, latest IRS TAX returns, new medical exam, and new photos. When they contact you, they will give you a list of things to bring. So, if you need to bring anything else, they will put it on the list.
  4. Hello everyone! After waiting over a year in AP, my husband has finally received his visa! Hamdullah! James Hacking at Hacking Law Practice has been incredible. If you guys have been waiting over a year in AP, I highly recommend filing a lawsuit. This has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. If you guys are interested, I suggest setting up a phone/Skype meeting first and then see if you want to proceed with the lawsuit. My total for the lawsuit for my case was $3100 flat fee. They also do payment plans. I am relieved and so happy to say that this nightmare has finally come to an end. Thank you VJ and friends for all your help! ❤️❤️❤️ If you guys have any questions, I still get notifications on my email from VJ. I’m happy to help as much as I can. Timeline for lawsuit October 31st, 2019- filed WOM lawsuit November 25th, 2019- Husband scheduled to retake oath/fingerprints and was asked to redo medical, update police records December 13th, 2019- Husband’s second “interview” but all he did was turn in updated documents and took his oath. After 15 mins of being in the consulate, the officer gave him a piece of paper confirming his visa approval. December 18th- Case status changed to “ISSUED”. January 8th- Visa on hand! Husband could’ve gotten it earlier but the consulate said he didn’t pick up his passport at the location selected so they sent it back to the consulate. Truth is, they never reached out through text or phone like they said they would to tell him that his passport was at the drop off location.
  5. His case is in AP but not for a family visa. I told him to post on here since I have seen others who were also waiting under AP for job/school/internship opportunities.
  6. Congratulations!! How long did you wait before filing? And how long until after you filed the lawsuit, did you guys get approved for the Visa? I also hired James Hacking recently and I’m hoping that everything works out.
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