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  1. After filling in your info it will send the representatives an email. Depending on how tech savvy your reps are you will receive an email (basically a standard auto reply template) stating they will read your email. In a few days you may receive an email (another template) that they read your email and what they have done about the topic you selected. Typically bills they endorse or have proposed. Whether it's effective or not is yet to be seen but it's worth a shot. A flood of emails doesn't have the same effect as a sudden flood of paper mail. An mailbox full of emails doesn't carry the same weight as a physical mailbox of letter. Too easy to select all and mark as read or delete thanks to spam and other junk mail. Thanks newsletter subscriptions.
  2. https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/742028-k1-action-plan-getting-consulates-to-process-our-visas/
  3. I started using the Android app Case Tracker for USCIS https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.robertmm.usciscasestatus that is recommended by @Greenbaum a few months ago after receiving my NOA1. The other day I noticed it gave me a notification which I got excited about only to find out it was periodically get errors. I went to check the play store to figure out how to contact the dev then noticed that it's no longer there. The website https://usciscasetracker.com/ also has no mention of an Android app but a reference to the Play store is still in the page source, just commented out. Anyone know what happened to it? Are the other apps up to snuff?
  4. Just found this thread and figured I'd join in and post so I can get updates. My fiance is from Indonesia but currently working in Taiwan. Thankfully I was able to go see her in February before the world fell apart. We got all of our documents in order and I received my NOA1 on April 16th. Now just patiently and anxiously counting the days.
  5. My mistake. I thought this was a forum to seek help and get answers. Like many people here I'm not anyexpert on this and since the instructions say get a report from all countries lived in more than 6 months I asked a clarifying question.
  6. Thanks for the info. I'm not sure if it's specially required. Our application is still pending but I'm trying to be proactive about what we'll need come interview time. I'll reach out to the embassy. Most of the research is falling on me due to her working as a nurse during what would be normal business hours there.
  7. Does anyone have any experience getting a Indonesian police report from outside the country? My fiance currently lives in Taiwan and can't go back or she'll lose her job. Her mother and brother still live there but I'm not sure if she has to be physically there to obtain the report. The nvc site isn't much help in this regard. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Indonesia.html She's from Medan which is where her mother still lives so it shouldn't be too difficult I guess. We just don't know where to start. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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