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Jaz & JP

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About Jaz & JP

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  • Birthday April 23
  • Member # 323803
  • Location Lakewood, CO, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Lakewood
  • State
    Colorado

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Denver CO
  • Country
    Mexico

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  1. We filed in 8/16/2018 the file was received at the Potomac office then in February 2019 I was transferred to nbc.. then had a RFE in Nov 2019 and Finally approved March 10, 2020. It going to be almost 2 years and USCIS have not transferred our case to nvc. It’s very stressful that they don’t do anything even though I have been calling them to tell them abt their error and always telling me tht I have to wait 30, 60, 90 days to be able to follow up with them. best of luck
  2. I thought as of July 29, 2020 there is no "public charge" and no longer have the need to get health insurance. Well that what my attorney told me at least. I do think your husband qualifies for an expedite. Best of luck and keep us updated.
  3. It been 8 weeks exactly and USCIS has not sent the file to NVC yet.  I called NVC to find out that USCIS send the wrong approval letter, the approval letter that we got is for Adjustment of Status so because of that it showed that the file was not going to be sent to NVC.  I wished I would have caught the error earlier (or even my attorney 😒 since his the one that knows these things better than I)  I called my attorney to let him know and said he will get it corrected.  I didn't get his word for it and I decided to also call myself to USCIS to get it corrected.  At that time I was told that they can take up to 90 days for them for finally transfer the file (SMH).  Now I have to wait for June to come to start calling USCIS again if the file has not been transfered yet.  Where that would bring us for my husband and I will be married for 2 years; Wonder if that will skip the temp visa and give my husband the 10 year. 

  4. You should be getting the notices too. As of now all the notices that I have received my attorneys gets them too.
  5. I think what you gotta do is when you call give them dates of your inquires. My understanding is that when you send 3 then you are allow to talked to a 2 tier person (which i think is a person that can get/has more information on your case; for me she was able to send a message to the officer that had our case asking for the status, I was told that the officer had the case since March 2018) About 4 weeks later or so that when finally I received the interview letter. Don't give up. I know if gets annoying and frustrating but if you guys don't keep bugging USCIS no one else will.
  6. our case a a little similar. We filed the I-130 on 08-16-18 went to the Potomac Office.. 6 months past by (Feb 2019) we got a letter saying our file is was being transferred to National Benefits Center, then in Oct 2019 I got a letter sating that I got an interview at my local office the following month (Nov 2019). Keep in mind, during all this time i was sending inquries by emails at the USCIS, calling the USCIS (talked to a 1 tier and 2 tier person), emailed my state governor; they made phone calls on my behalf. Which I think helped a little. We have an attorney and said that we only needed to wait. We felt hopeless. Well after I have the interview in Nov 2019 which was for an RFE, the officer sent a letter about 1 or 2 weeks later wanting additional information which some of the stuff that he requested was given to him at the time of the interview. Our attorneys office submitted the additional information by mid Jan 2020; and finally in March 2020 we got a letter approving the I-130. Now we are waiting for the instruction letter from NVC. I say keep bugging the USCIS, you have to send 3 inquiries (each one has to be 30 days apart from each other if you have gotten an answer to your application) to then be able to speak to a 2 tier person. What I've heard is that USCIS are low staffed because of the virus BUT the staff that is working only dedicating their time in reviewing the files still moving them forward since they are not having any interviews. The USCIS sounds like they arent gng to open until 06/04/2020 so maybe is not until then you might get a response. I hope this helps. HANG IN THERE
  7. Can you give us more details. When we filed the I-130 application we got a notice that it was received. 6 months later it was transferred to a different office, then 8 months later we got a letter that it was under review and that I was going to have an interview at my local office. Our I-130 finally got approved on 03/2020. Still waiting on the NVC letter with our case #. I hope this answers some of your concerns. Best Wishes
  8. It's appears it's because they just want to make sure that my marriage is "real". I have not done biometrics. I'm scheduled to meet with my attorney next week to discuss further and if we need to gather the information that was said in the interview and not in the letter. I was hoping my husband would be with me in the US by next year; but it appears I'm looking at 2021 =(..
  9. Got our RFE letter... The leter doesnt mentioned anything about what the officer told me at the interview. The letter is requesting information that I gave to the officer the day of my interview (SMH) minus the affidavits letter which family and friends are already working on. Says that I have until 02/2020 to respond. I'm here thinking. Are they not going to look the evidence any faster if the 02/2020 has not expired?
  10. Sounds like we are getting an RFE letter soon requesting additional information. Some of the documents they are wanting are: 1. Proof that I was separated 05/2016 2. Copies of our FB messages from 04/2018 3. Certified letter indicating that my current husband was never married, or, if he was married that he is legally divorced I want to mention that the interview was not that bad and I hope that we get the RFE letter soon so that the files keep moving forward. #15monthsandstillnoNOA2
  11. Still no NOA2 but.... I received a letter yesterday (dated 10/31/19) from USCIS (local office) letting me know that I (Petitioner) have an appointment at the Immigration Service Office in 2 weeks. This interview may be video taped and to expect to being at the interview for approximately 2 HOURS which makes me very nervous. I hope all goes well. Does any of you have an idea what kind of questions I'll be asked? or even why I am being interviewed?
  12. UPDATE: Received a letter yesterday (dated 10/31/19) from USCIS (local office) letting me know that I (Petitioner) have an appointment at the Immigration Service Office in 2 weeks. This interview may be video taped and to expect to being at the interview for approximately 2 HOURS which makes me very nervous. I hope all goes well. Does any of you have an idea what kind of questions I'll be asked? or even why I am being interviewed?
  13. @Ayako...Nothing... I called USCIS today... said there nothing else to do than to wait for an interview to get scheduled. My file is no longer at the NBC it was transferred to the Denver Immigration office since 03/18/2019. I asked if there was a deadline to when i might hear back from them, and she they said no. I explained to her that the Denver Immigration office has had my file for over 6 months ago and said to try be "patient". What about you....anything new?
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