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WEDO

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About WEDO

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    Medellin

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Lewisville TX Lockbox
  • Country
    Colombia

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  1. I paid on the 1st of Aug and the money was taken out on the 4th but still says in process. I sent an email asking what is up....I'll let you know what the response is if any.
  2. I paid NVC over a week ago and the money was taken out of my bank account on the 4th of Aug. and I still can't begin to fill out the forms because the NVC website still says payment in process. So what is the payment processing time frame....2 weeks....a month?
  3. I paid my NVC fees a couple of days ago and even though the money was taken out of my account.....the website still says that the payment is in processing....so I can't actually start to fill the form out yet. I looked at some of the document requirements and a got heart burn when I saw that you not only have to provide a divorce decree for every past marriage but a marriage certificate as well and I have none. So I called up the Maricopa County Recorders office in Phoenix AZ and requested a copy of my Marriage Certificate from 1990 just to find out that they don't issue a marriage certificate in AZ....so I ordered the next best thing ....a certified record of my marriage license......I hope it will suffice. Then I was stumped on how I was going to get my marriage certificate from Cali Colombia where I was married in 2002. So I called a lawyer that lives in Cali and he said he would be happy to get me a copy of my marriage certificate for a fee. I was trying to time my wife's immigrant visa to coincide with our second anniversary next Aug. so she would get a permanent green card....But it looks like we are way ahead of schedule for that.
  4. I sent my I 130 to the Dallas drop box....it is my understanding that all petitioners living overseas have to use this location.
  5. My wife nor I have recieved absolutely nothing from USCIS..... I thought the petition approval would take at least 6 months not 6 weeks. Is there some kind of mix up? Dear Jessica xxxx xxxx, Thank you for your interest in immigrating to the United States of America. The Department of State's National Visa Center (NVC) received your approved immigrant visa petition from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). NVC's role is to ensure you are prepared for your immigrant visa interview at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate General, and to schedule your interview appointment. NVC is responsible for collecting any applicable fees, the Immigrant Visa Application, supporting civil documents, police certificate(s), Affidavits of Support, and financial documents, if applicable, prior to your visa interview at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate General. Do not mail documents to NVC, even if you received instructions to mail documents to NVC in the past. You will need to log on to the Department of State's Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) at https://ceac.state.gov/IV to check your case status, pay any necessary fees, upload and submit documents, and read messages from NVC. If you are logging into CEAC for the first time, please be aware that it can take up to three days (72 hours) from receipt of this notice for your account to be activated. Once activated, you can log into CEAC using the following unique NVC case number and Invoice Identification Number. NVC Case Number: BGTxxxxxxxxxx Invoice ID Number: IVSCAxxxxxxxxxxx You should keep this information available in a safe place as you will need it every time you log on to CEAC. Please keep in mind that you must use CEAC to provide NVC with the fees and documents that are required prior to your immigrant visa interview. We do not accept these by mail. Please Note: You must bring the exact original of any scanned document you upload to CEAC that NVC accepts to your immigrant visa interview. Failure to bring the exact original you uploaded to CEAC may delay the processing of your case. You must follow our 12 step instructions posted at https://nvc.state.gov for completing your case. Once you have completed your case, we will schedule your case for a visa interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate General in BOGOTA, COL. If you need to contact NVC, please follow the instructions at https://nvc.state.gov/inquiry. NVC may send questions, instructions, and status updates to your CEAC account. If we do this you will receive an email asking you to log into your CEAC account to review a message from NVC. IMPORTANT: If you do not log into CEAC or communicate with NVC regarding this immigrant visa case for a period of one year, by law the Department of State must terminate your visa application. FINANCIAL SPONSORSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES: Financial sponsors, joint sponsors, and applicants should be aware of the responsibilities arising from a sponsor signing an I-864 and the consequences of a sponsored immigrant's acceptance of federal means-tested public benefits. For more information, visit https://nvc.state.gov/aos. PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION ON HEALTH CARE: On October 4, 2019, the President issued Presidential Proclamation 9945 on the "Suspension of Entry of Immigrants Who Will Financially Burden the United States Healthcare System." For the most up to date information on how PP 9945 might affect your case, please visit https://travel.state.gov/healthcare. Regards, National Visa Center, U.S. Department of State https://nvc.state.gov/ask
  6. I'm also living aboard with my wife and daughter and just filed the I 130 to bring my wife to the USA. I'm retired and have enough income from my pension to qualify financially. But I do not work in the USA anymore nor do I currently own any property there. I listed my mother's home which is in a trust of which I am the beneficiary as the place where we will live in the USA. Is that enough to prove intent to domicile in the USA or at some point should I move back to the USA before my wife's interview and get a job in the USA as well.
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