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  1. Just found this thread Our NOA1 was October 5th 2020, NOA2 was May 13th 2021 and we got our NVC case number etc on 9th June. We're plaintiffs in the London Mandamus, hopefully we will see some movement rather than be waiting in NVC visa petition limbo
  2. I've actually seen a couple October approvals in various Facebook groups which is good. I do think we're going to be waiting a while longer as these approvals are coming out soooo slowly. Buuut, it's so nice to see some October filers finally!
  3. Honestly, it bewilders me that we’re still in the same position. It’s heartbreaking! https://gsiskind.app.law/waiting-list Here you go!
  4. I actually spoke to the lawyer heading the legal proceedings and he did say that it isn’t too late to file something, in fact he recommended it if you have been waiting a long time. There is also a waiting list for the travel ban lawsuit, I can send you the link if you’d like. I got an email back saying that they are taking people on but need to hear by tomorrow at noon. But I do second other comments, it’s a hard situation.
  5. This scares me as well. However, I spoke to the lawyers fronting all of this and they did say/suggest that if your case is still sitting at NVC for a long time, legal action is a way to go. If we’re sitting there, I’m gonna do that. I want to start my life with my man - K-1 in hand!
  6. Yep, in an ideal world it would’ve been wonderful. Show your NOA1 and you’re good to go, but doesn’t surprise me that it’s only for those with the K-1 in their passport. I mean, I get why, but erghhh
  7. I’m very interested in that as well!! Oh, I completely understand that we haven’t long filed but it doesn’t mean our process to get there has been short. I feel so much for those who have been waiting a long time to have their interviews etc. it is definitely great for many people. Just very disheartening when we had placed hopes on being able to join a lawsuit like so many others it isn’t lost on me though that we are very lucky to have even been able to consider that option.
  8. I didn't know there was a UK group, thank you so much! I hope someone on there might share my feelings about the situation!
  9. I know oh for sure, they will definitely do that. It just sucks because the backlog is huge and growing still. I was counting on (naively, yes) being able to engage in whatever legal proceedings necessary to get our interview without being stuck in the backlog. It's hard to have that option and hope taken away.
  10. I know that we won't truly know everything about the update yet, but I'm curious if anyone can weigh in with their opinions. As K-1s (all, not just plaintiffs), are exempt from the travel ban now, are we thinking the Embassies are going to resume routine processing because they can't use the ban as an excuse? If so, how long do we all think this huge backlog will take to go through (London is where I'm most concerned), we're talking a year... that's a lot of people. While I'm glad about this for others, my heart is broken because we were praying for our NOA2 to come in so we could join/start legal proceedings and now it appears this will not be an option anymore. It's not lost upon me that this is a huge win, but if I'm being honest, it stings.
  11. If you guys follow the September board, there's been a few. There have also been some on the two/three K-1 Facebook groups I am part of. A couple early September filers, and a few mid September. We're getting there!
  12. Please, please meet the person you are engaged to before doing anything. In my opinion, you'd be wasting your money trying to explain extreme hardship, but this is your choice. You do not know someone well enough through a screen, to marry them and be responsible financially for them, for the foreseeable future. You need to check chemistry, habits, blah blah blah, the list goes on. There's a reason USCIS have these requirements, it's not just for the hell of it.
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