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Angela & Brendon

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About Angela & Brendon

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  • Location London, UK

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  • City
    Nashville
  • State
    Tennessee

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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  1. Gotcha, the PDF was a little unclear so I just wanted to double check on here. I guess now the key is to be patient for the next few months.
  2. Hi all, Apologies if this has already been answered by I called the NVC today and confirmed they have received our case and that a case number and invoice number have been assigned. I'm a little unsure what to do next, are we allowed to fill in our DS-160, or do we have to wait for further confirmation before we can proceed with this? For reference, I am the beneficiary and based in the UK (I understand UK cases are not yet being sent to the US Embassy in London). Thanks
  3. As somebody doing the K1, I would definitely go with the CR-1 route. With COVID there hasn't been much of a difference in waiting time for the two visas to be processed, and you will be given priority by the Embassies.
  4. I think a lot of Embassies are saying the same thing sadly I think the fact that some are processing is a good sign though, and that K1s will be sooner than other visas. Hang in there, stay positive and just think about how you'll have grown getting through this difficult time!
  5. They've just updated; the added an F to I-129f - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/important-notice-for-k-visa-applicants-affected-by-covid-19.html
  6. That isn't strictly true; K1 visas we de-prioritised and barely any cases were getting processed. The only cases that have been processed have been emergency cases. So this is actually a very good change, and I would advise against misleading and misinforming people.
  7. That's great news! Very happy for you guys Wow! I didn't know it was granted state wide. The UK is on a bank holiday today so hopefully we hear something tomorrow! Thanks
  8. Some good news for our Canadian friends out there - https://twitter.com/usconsmontreal/status/1300466672059506690/photo/1 Obviously this isn't as good as saying "we're back on track" but this is the best consulate-related K1 visa news I've seen in ages. Hopefully this is a sign the DOS is considering opening other embassies up! If nothing else, it's good to see SOME good news during this uncertain time! Wishing you all good weeks, stay strong and look ahead to better time!
  9. To those saying this has no chance, here's a counter opinion - https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/us/harvard-mit-trump-ice-students.html Harvard and M.I.T. sued the Trump administration, along with more universities, and the J1 visa was put back on track. I'm aware these cases are quite different but I believe the people saying there is 0 chance of success are not speaking accurately. Maybe there won't be any result, but there could be.
  10. Like I said, mission critical, or an exception made. Not saying this will apply to all K1s.
  11. Already have thanks for the reminder though! Definitely recommend this page to anybody that has received their NOA2 and hasn't joined yet.
  12. We got our NOA2 after 190 days. Unfortunately I think they're just processing things much slower. Hang in there though, you will be next!
  13. Apologies, i don't think I gave you the correct information. Best thing might be to contact USCIS and confirm with them exactly what is needed.
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