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Brian Tamayo

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  • City
    Santa Clara
  • State
    California

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    San Jose CA
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. What about processing recently submitted 221g paperwork from the courier service 2Go, does that count as a routine visa processing?
  2. Update: she finally has all of the missing documents on hand (both police clearance certificates) to submit to the embassy. They’re also uploaded onto CEAC. Unfortunately, the nearest 2Go Express Courier from her is in Bantay (about six miles from her in Magsingal), is currently closed, so is the embassy. Will there be automatic extensions to her case during the closure, or does she need to email the embassy? Side note, 2Go Express is the courier service that contracts with the US Embassy for immigration cases resulting in a 221g, in which the applicant needs to submit their missing paperwork.
  3. My stepmom already had her CR1 interview in Manila two months ago (January 13th), all was okay until a slight hiccup in the visa immigration process. She got the section 221(g) document after her consulate interview because they need her police clearance certificates (PCC) from both Taiwan & Qatar (she was employed in those countries between 1987-1994). She has the Taiwan PCC (I already uploaded it in NVC’s CEAC), but still needs the Qatar one; her nephew lives in Qatar & is in the process of obtaining it. The PCC’s claim receipt was dated March 9th. Qatar’s MOI where she will get her PCC from is on semi-lockdown too! When I contacted her nephew, he said it’s not yet ready to obtain; her medical will expire in a couple of weeks! Because of COVID-19, will there be a delay in her immigration case from the US Embassy? She has one year to submit the missing items, as stated on her section 221(g)!
  4. My stepmom already had her CR1 interview in Manila two months ago (January 13th), all was okay until a slight hiccup after her interview. She got the section 221(g) document after her consulate interview because they need her police clearance certificates (PCC) from both Taiwan & Qatar (she was employed in those countries between 1987-1994). She has the Taiwan PCC (I already uploaded it in NVC’s CEAC), but still needs the Qatar one; her nephew lives in Qatar & is obtaining it. Qatar’s MOI where she will get her PCC from is on semi-lockdown too due to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place protocol! When I contacted her nephew, he said it’s not yet ready to obtain (it’s generally a one-week working period); her medical at St. Luke’s will expire in a couple of weeks! Because of COVID-19, will there be a delay in her immigration case from the US Embassy? She has one year to submit the missing hard copy items & the Qatar PCC has to be uploaded into NVC’s CEAC!
  5. My stepmom already had her CR1 interview in Manila two months ago (January 13th), all was okay until a slight hiccup in the visa immigration process. She got the section 221(g) document after her consulate interview because they need her police clearance certificates (PCC) from both Taiwan & Qatar (she was employed in those countries between 1987-1994). She has the Taiwan PCC (I already uploaded it in NVC’s CEAC), but still needs the Qatar one; her nephew lives in Qatar & is obtaining it. 

     

    Qatar’s MOI where she will get her PCC from is on semi-lockdown too! When I contacted her nephew, he said it’s not yet ready to obtain; her medical will expire in a couple of weeks! 

     

    Because of COVID-19, will there be a delay in her immigration case from the US Embassy? She has one year to submit the missing items!

  6. That’s what I’d like to know! I’m helping my father file the I-130 to bring his new wife (my stepmom) to emigrate from the Philippines to the USA (on a CR-1 visa); they married on August 28th last year. On April 29th, the I-130 was approved by means of the I-797 notice. On reading the I-797 what does NVC go by to begin CEAC processing? The notice date or the priority date? Here’s the breakdown: I-130 initially filed: 9/25/18; NOA received on 9/28/18 I-130A filed on 4/12/19 after NOA2 was received I-797 received on 4/29/19. Now it’s going to be mid-June, should I be receiving the invoice & case numbers around this time from NVC?? When I contacted NVC, the rep said that they haven’t received the approved I-130 yet! Contacting the NVC is no fun!
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