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About jeaniecz

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  • Location Amsterdam, Netherlands

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Norfolk VA
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  1. And well, after the NVC will have received my case, it will take them a few weeks to process it, according to their statement saying that now they are processing the cases they have received about a month ago 🙄 https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/after-petition-approved/begin-nat-visa-center.html #impatient But it's good to know I'm not alone in this
  2. Hang in there! I am at day 32, called NVC today and they still haven't received my case.
  3. Congratulations!! Happy to hear everything worked out and you'll be moving to the US soon Good luck!
  4. @Mimiso @Kev&Iri Congratulations!! I hope mine will be moving soon, too
  5. Hmmmm. I don't know about other countries, but here in the Netherlands, I was able to get a police clearance certificate without a case number. I had to indicate that I was requesting the certificate for the purpose of emigration, that was all. Did I do wrong?
  6. You were right, of course But hey, I should be calling the 0888 nr, right? Sorry for asking, but I am quite confused as to when is the K-1 treated as immigrant visa and when as non-immigrant.
  7. Trying to call the NVC, so I suppose I should be calling the second number to inquire about my K-1? 1-603-334-0700 is for immigrant visa 1-603-334-0888 for non-immigrant visa
  8. Fair enough. I appreciate your apology though. I'm sorry to hear that your previous relationship still haunts you, I hope you'll be able to close that chapter and move on, on your way to being with the man you love. Good luck on your journey!
  9. Me being Czech and my lady originally from the Philippines is the (naturalized) US citizen. We're in the K-1, currently waiting for further developments after having received the NOAC2 a month ago. I have lived in the Netherlands for years, this is a very liberal country and gay marriage is normal here. I wonder what it will be like in the US.
  10. I guess you didn't read my first reply to OP. I'll say it one more time: nobody knows what happened between two people except the two of them. Things can look very different to a third (fourth, seventeenth, hundred and eleventh...) person.
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