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About Godknowsus

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Chicago IL
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    United Arab Emirates

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  1. I see that a lot of people are getting I-130 approval and NVC email the same day or within a few days. With this virus outbreak, it's difficult to obtain PCC. My husband's home country is under a national shut down for 3 weeks. They might extend it too. We have all documents except PCC from his home country. Do we have to wait till we get the PCC to upload ? We have a PCC that we obtained last year. The validity was 6 months and it expired on July 2019. He is currently residing in his home country.
  2. I'm a nurse and I work full-time. I'm grateful that I have a job and i am able to help the community during this virus outbreak. I'm just tired of living alone and waiting. Being away from each other during this pandemic really hurts. My husband is concerned about my health as I am getting exposed to the public everyday. I'm taking all the safety measures but the increase in the number of COVID19 cases in U.S scares both of us. It's been 7+ months since I filed. Nothing yet. I hope I get to live with my husband before this virus kills me. I never thought Potomac would slow down like this๐Ÿ˜” I was really hoping that my husband would get here this summer but I don't see that happening with what's going on around the world now. My heart goes out to all those who are going through a rough time!!
  3. I'm having major anxiety after seeing the processing time jump up to 8.5 - 11 months ๐Ÿ˜“ I know I'm not the only one. I told my husband that we might see approval by Valentine's day. That didn't happen. Now this ๐Ÿ˜ž Tired of being away from each other. I hate to even socialize these days because all my friends have their spouses with them and I'm the only one who doesn't. Praying that they don't delay the process any further ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
  4. Unfortunately NO!! I was really expecting a decision in January or early February! Potomac takes about 7months now! So I'm hoping next month... Any good news for early August filers here? POTOMAC FILERS PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE UPDATE!
  5. Mine changed to December 13th. Hopefully we hear something soon. PD August 14
  6. My employer provided health insurance policy (blue Cross blue shield) won't allow me to add my husband until he gets here. SO, I started looking into visitors health insurance and came across this. https://www.***removed***.com/visitors-care/medical-insurance/ This link above has a plan that costs $17 per month for one year. Can anyone please tell me if this is accepted ? I understand that I have to buy insurance for 364 days. I'm still waiting for USCIS approval. My petition is at Potomac (August 2019 filer) so I'm hoping that he will have his visa in hand sometime mid to late 2020. Should I wait till embassy stage to buy him visitor's health insurance policy ?
  7. Yes we did have medical documents. They still didnt. I don't blame them.. If they issue it for us..I guess in future, people may use the same reason as an excuse. It was our fault. We learned a good lesson in a hard way for not seeking guidance on immigration. What's funny is that I am someone who usually look up and read a lot before actually doing something and I always try my best to do everything according to the law. In this case, I didn't because I was so upset and depressed about my dad's condition and I assumed we were doing the right thing since it was just a religious ceremony. Thanks everyone for the comments and guidance! Good luck to everyone!
  8. I'm glad they cancelled the visa while he was abroad. We didn't know that having a religious ceremony would be a problem. ๐Ÿ™ we weren't legally registered at the time and that why we moved forward with the process thinking we could still do the legal registration in US.
  9. Yes I filed I-130 petition last month. During the second interview, My husband asked the officer what should we do now.. officer said we can apply for spouse visa. Hopefully the previous k1 visa issue won't affect this one
  10. I still don't know how they found out. They didn't ask during interview and we didn't tell since it wasn't a legal marriage . It was at church only. It was 2 days after the visa was issued on passport.. they called my husband and told him he can't travel to US with that visa. they scheduled a second interview and when he went, they stamped 'cancelled' on his issued visa. ๐Ÿ˜ข We cried for weeks after that happened. It took us a while to come out of it.. We got married at church because my dad was very ill and he wanted to see our marriage. We only did the ceremony at church. We didn't register legally. So we thought it would still be okay to move forward with k1 visa process. We didn't know that it would affect our fiance visa process.
  11. What is 221g?? We had the same issue. But I don't know about 221g.. what is it?
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