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Isoversa

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About Isoversa

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  • Location Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

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    California

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    K-1 Visa
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    Philippines

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  1. Thank you, for all the answers. Issued and visa on hand the same day!
  2. I'm under K1. As Hank said, it's only the K1 that flips status.
  3. Yes, I only need to get the sticker now. Yes I will, it will only have less than a week validity and I leave early next week once I get it
  4. I spoke too early. My case status just flipped to Non-immigrant - AP. Embassy also called me, possibly will be issued tomorrow
  5. Does the embassy give a notification upon receiving my passport? I have submitted it last week and going by 2Go tracking, it has been received there since Monday of this week. I have not received an email nor have I seen an update on my CEAC status, it's just still on Immigrant - AP. I've messaged the embassy about it and they just said they will resume processing my case when they receive the "required documentation". They only asked me to send my passport though so I don't know what they meant by that.
  6. Yeah I'll definitely go with that option if it was offered to me. I'll just have to see this coming monday if they'll contact me.
  7. Alright, I have sent an email informing them of the situation just now. Fortunately, I was able to have my CFO scheduled next week. I will just come back for the sticker when I get back my passport with visa. I hope they do contact me though although most likely I'll opt for a new medical since 10 days might be too short to get everything done. Yes. I meant a 221g with no other checkmarks or request for any other document.
  8. Just an update for my case, after several follow-ups with the embassy, I got an email today asking me to send in my passport. It didn't mention of any approval yet or that AP is finally done, but I'm inclined to think this might lead to the issuance of the awaited visa. I mean, hopefully. Now my problem is, since it took a long time in AP, I'm down to like, ~10 days before the expiry of my medical exam results. Assuming they will issue me a visa soon, I may or may not make it in time in 10 days, if we take into account how long it takes from receiving my passport, to me receiving it back. I believe the embassy is aware of my medical results expiring soon, but should I give them a heads up on this? Or should I just expect to get a new 221g for a new medical exam?
  9. Thank you for the advice. I'm thinking of going that route in case the K1 is not approved, as the CR1 is not an option in our case.
  10. Other than posting it in the K1 subforum yesterday, I have not posted my case prior, so I guess there's at least one other person who got the same "issue". Yes, I'll keep you posted on my status. It's currently going 2 months without any update on the "case last updated". It used to be updated for 1 - 2 weeks at a time around 4 months ago. I send an email to the embassy at least once a month but I always get the canned text reply. I do hope it might get resolved soon. By the way do you have any idea what happens with the K1 if let's say one of my children petition me via a family-based petition while my case is still in AP?
  11. Can a moderator delete this post, I posted it instead on the K1 subforum. Thank you
  12. Hello guys! I have been reading here on this site for some time, but I would like to see if there are any others who are/were in the same same situation as mine. I am hoping if anyone is familiar with my situation who can shed some light. So I am a Filipina, formerly married, currently being petitioned for a K1 visa. After a few years in the US, my Filipino husband found someone else and got married for some years but eventually got divorced due to differences. He naturalized years after the divorce. Now it gets complicated since my ex-husband is also my current fiance, that is, he and I are getting back together and we have biological children that are in the US. We have submitted valid divorce decrees both for our divorce and his divorce with his 2nd wife. So the interview, 4 months back, went alright. Only a few questions were asked, but I was surprised that the consular officer asked for "Recognition of foreign divorce" in the form of a 221g document. So with the help of an immigration attorney, we were somehow able to address and have it corrected, and after a week or so, they issued me another 221g, this time without need for additional documentation, but only mentions that my case is currently in AP. It has been around 4 months since my interview. I know it can take months or even years for AP to be completed, but I would like to know if anyone has been in the same situation. Some of the things I'm thinking that are delaying it would be the remarriage. Do I need to be doing anything else now, since the 221g is blank, other than watchful waiting? Thank you in advance for your replies!
  13. Hello guys! I have been reading here on this site for some time, but I would like to see if there are any others who are/were in the same same situation as mine. I am hoping if anyone is familiar with my situation who can shed some light. So I am a Filipina, formerly married, currently being petitioned for a K1 visa. After a few years in the US, my Filipino husband found someone else and got married for some years but eventually got divorced due to differences. He naturalized years after the divorce. Now it gets complicated since my ex-husband is also my current fiance, that is, he and I are getting back together and we have biological children that are in the US. We have submitted valid divorce decrees both for our divorce and his divorce with his 2nd wife. So the interview, 4 months back, went alright. Only a few questions were asked, but I was surprised that the consular officer asked for "Recognition of foreign divorce" in the form of a 221g document, as what I have read before mentions that my divorce does not need to be recognized in the Philippine courts as we would not be marrying here again. So with the help of an immigration attorney, we were somehow able to address this, and after a week or so, they issued me another 221g, this time without the need for additional documentation, but only mentions that my case is currently in AP. It has been around 4 months since my interview. I know it can take months or even years for AP to be completed, but I would like to know if anyone has been in the same situation. I know AP tends to be a little faster in the Manila embassy but some of the things I'm thinking that are delaying it would be the remarriage. Do I need to be doing anything else now, since the 221g is blank, other than watchful waiting? Thank you in advance for your replies!
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