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  • Location Roseville, MN, USA

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    Roseville
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    Minnesota

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Saint Paul MN
  • Country
    Vietnam

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  1. It is long but they are still processing cases from Sept. 2018. Did you open USCIS online account and check status? Good luck. https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/
  2. I hope its a good sign. CO was wondering why so little chat logs at the interview (had 5 pages of screenshots). When I visited them I gave them about 50 pages of text chats I downloaded from FB (from 2016-2019). I have about 5000 pages but I picked out some from each year. This process is so dreaded.
  3. So here is my update: Sept 23rd 2019 I went to the US embassy in HCMC, Vietman and handed them a bunch of additional documents (fb chat logs from 2017-current, moneygram receipts, photobook, etc) and said they'll add to our files. 1 question was ask of me: Are you the petitioner? I asked if there's anything else you need from us, and do you have any questions for me and he said No, so we left. (Our case was never updated before I visited the embassy, since June 2019) A month later: Sept. 23th 2019: Visited USEMVN (more evidence) Oct. 29th 2019: Case updated Oct. 31st 2019: Case updated Nov. 4th 2019: Case Updated Nov. 8th 2019: Case Updated Nov. 12th 2019 Case Updated Not sure if this is good or bad since we have not gotten a call/email or mail from them yet but at least they are looking at it.
  4. Don't be naive. You don't think CO reads news like this? https://abcnews-go-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/US/96-people-charged-texas-marriage-fraud-scheme-green/story?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&id=63027773&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D#aoh=15721270942183&csi=1&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From %1%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fabcnews.go.com%2FUS%2F96-people-charged-texas-marriage-fraud-scheme-green%2Fstory%3Fid%3D63027773
  5. Vietnam is a high fraud country and people married their relatives to bring to America that's why they want a family tree info. Did you just have to list names or addresses/phone numbers? https://vn.usembassy.gov/family-tree/
  6. What airplane tickets? The ones you purchase to go to VN (boading pass and credit card statement proving that you paid for it yourself) A list of the Petitioners relatives? Petitioner and Beneficiary's parents/uncle/aunt/sister/bother Yes, you're being there would increase the chances of being approved for sure...They might not ask you anything but at least they know you're there if you have any doubt about the relationship.
  7. Yup! We got the same thing and was put on AP after we provided all the info. I was able to talk to the CO while I was in VN and provided additional info (chat logs/moneygram receipts) but still under AP. There isn't a whole anyone can do when the case is under AP. Just pray and wait that's all you can do.
  8. Hoping to speed up the process. 90 days in AP without an update is very stressful. I'll bring additional evidence, including 3 years worth of call/chat logs, financial support and photos. I'm thinking if nothing CO can do while cases are under AP then they wouldn't have people come in the embassy to waste their time. I'm there anyway so why not try.... Thanks for response to my post....
  9. Our case is 90 days in AP and I'm going to speak with a consular officer next week. Any advice or comment from people who has gone through this is greatly appreciate it.
  10. Good luck to you as well. AP is a pain and the info they requested are not part of the documents required to bring to the interview. Some people they never asked for those things. I wish I've attended the interview with her because I've heard chances of getting approved is very high when petitioner and beneficiary interview together. Good luck.
  11. Not sure about his case but for ours they asked to fill out family tree, relationship timeline, airline tickets, credit card statement, ex's info, etc...After we turned in all those they put our case in AP, been almost 90 days. I'm going back to Vietnam to visit my fiance(4th time) next month and they say I can stop by the embassy and talk to the CO and provide additional evidence. I'm hoping to get her out of AP and visa approved.
  12. Doesn't seem like he cares about you guys' future as much as you do. You gotta slow down and think about the kind of responsibilities if and when hes approved for the visa. Are you going to quit working and babysit him to make sure he doesn't do anything stupid? He can't control himself when he knew the big day (interview) is coming....Good luck.
  13. Refile but you need someone to help you read and understand the process. This is basic information that should have been included in the original application I-129f. The RFE is also very basic but you didn't comply. You might want an attorney or some professional help with this process. Good luck.
  14. https://www.accreditedlanguage.com/translation/when-do-you-need-a-certified-translation/
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