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Rosemichelle

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About Rosemichelle

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  • Member # 332532
  • Location Albany, GA, USA

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Albany
  • State
    Georgia
  • Interests
    Praising the Lord, singing, interceding in prayer for people, ministering., cooking, fishing, spending time with my family, and loving on my handsome husband.

    I enjoy reading, writing short stories and really trying to enjoy life. Using what I have been through in life as my testimony to help others heal and be delivered...


Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Atlanta GA
  • Country
    Nigeria
  • Our Story
    We met through our father Jesus. I wasnt looking for anyone neither was my husband.. The rest is destiny, and for the glory of God . With God all things are possible . .

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  1. Our introduction ceremony in Nigeria was just me meeting the family. We cooked, ate, prayed, danced, enjoyed each other company. I met the entire family within three days. We took pictures with all the family. Nothing to show or speculate we were married. Because we waited...with immigration you have to be careful...
  2. I did my birthday certificate as proof of domicile. Also, we only uploaded my bio page of my passport (page where your pic, name, etc...). Good luck....
  3. Good evening family. I have a general question for a gentleman I meet through my employer. His case was refused at the embassy due to a glitch. They found the glitch after he argued the case since October of 2020. He said that he haven't received a noticed or anything; but he went to the ceac website. On there it stated reopened. So he resubmitted his ds260 with a few updates and confirmed it. They haven't sent him an email or anything to even tell him thay it was reopened. Now the case has been sent back to the embassy in Nigeria he thinks. If anything else need to be provided it syayes thay he needs to get in touch with the embassy in Nigeria. He's in Florida at a convention for our employer. He will do a timeliness next week. I told him about Visa Journey. The question that he wants to know is if anyone knows what may happen; concerning this. What will they do next? Will his wife and son have to just redo a medical andxhis wife a police clearance. Thank you so much.
  4. I have to look in my suitcase for the name of the one my husband stayed in. The price have doubled and he was unable to get a flight. They charged him and his friend 30,000 naira a night; from Tuesday until Saturday. Its clean, guarded, safe, and great food. A good friend is our personal taxi and he is great. But, the price is higher (use to be 15,000). New management. Take everything amd any documents, prices are higher.
  5. Due to my husband's family home being destroyed years ago; he didnt have anything about his vaccination history. Even with the college he went to. So when he went to his medical, the doctor (panel) made the decision on which vaccinations he would need. I wouldn't worry too much. If you don't have records, they will give you the required vaccination that is neccessary/required to enter into the United States...
  6. Yes, that is what I meant. Here is my husband's birth certificate. We used it with Uscis and with the Nvc.
  7. This is Correct. My husband name had to be translated; and his original birth certificate was burned in a fire. This is where he had to go and get a replacement.
  8. I was fortunate enough to visit my husband back in February. Therefore, I was able to carry all of the original with me. We do need the original marriage certificate here in the United States in order to change our names at the Social Security administration. The representative that waited on me had problems scanning it, because it was big. So the supervisor had to teach her. I believe with all of the front loading, making certain to scan the marriage certificate and all other civil documents; you will be ok. It cost alot to send things there as well as there is no guarantee that you will receive it. I know people that have used business addresses in order to send things to Nigeria. Some were successful and some were not. I pray all goes well with you and your family... keep the faith. We are all in this together. I'm learning everyday by coming here. I sit quietly sometimes and read. I pray for a fast turn around for all in Nigeria. My husband and my family are there. Goodluck....
  9. This is good advice as @payxibka has given. You have uploaded a copy with USCIS and I'm sure with NVC as well. Getting a certified copy from the registry is the best way to go. My husband didn't have to show ours at his interview; but you are thinking ahead. All cases are not the same and they probably will not ask for it. You may even find it later on after time have passed.
  10. Omg, it was bound to happen. I'm sorry for everyone's suffering, pain, heartache and sadness. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜ช. Tnx, for the information... ๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
  11. My husband had to go to the clinic yesterday. He said that the prisoners were jumping the wall, and that it was too dangerous to drive. They are protesting all over. In the city in which he lives, they were burning down the police stations. Surely, this is scary and sad. We have love ones over there and as well as other family members. Let's continue to keep them all covered with prayer. I have been interceding daily with others concerning this. I pray that the embassy doesn't close down again.
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