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J&D1008

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Baltimore MD
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    Liberia

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  1. Here is the march thread and yes the running time is about 14 months for NOA-2.
  2. Your group is above. This group is for those who have received there NOA-2.
  3. Based on the timeline of those in Canada, I would say expect to wait 4-5 months after receiving NOA-2 to interview. 1 month is for NVC to process the case and send to the consulate. Your NOA-2 is not expected until October, so maybe an interview around Feb. Again this is only a guestimate. You can review Canada K1 timelines.
  4. Yes, they are just starting July 2021 filers. You can look at other timelines to get an idea. But for the most part its about an average 14 months if no RFE. You should also fill out your timeline and join the November 2021 Filers
  5. 13.5 months until NOA-2. The entire process takes about 1.5 - 2 years depending on consulate
  6. All K1's go to California SC. They only transfer to Vermont SC if the petitioner has a criminal history for extra background checks. Right now Nebraska does not process K1's and the average waiting time is 14 months.
  7. Hello...Welcome! For those who have just filed your I-129f application with USCIS, this thread has been created for your needs and for you to be with others experiencing different aspects of this journey. This is a place to ask questions and to share experiences. All are here to learn together. Stay patient because this is a long process currently running 11-14 months for your NOA2 or petition approval by USCIS (first stage). Then your petition will be sent to NVC (second stage) and finally your interview at the embassy (third stage). Also, do not compare yourself to others....Some will receive NOA-2 faster than others, some will be stuck at NVC for longer and then finally some will receive interviews fairly quickly at embassy. STAY PATIENT! Please create the timeline in your profile. Also note that USCIS goes by "Received date" : Example I-129 F Sent - September 2, 2022 I-129 F Received - September 6, 2022 (NOA-1) I-129 F - Notice Date -September 9, 2022 In this example your NOA-1 should be September 6. This will help you fill out your timeline properly.
  8. We have a group on fb messanger for liberian filers. alot have been stuck at nvc for 2 year
  9. Good to hear! You belong in the June 2021 group. Your received date is what USCIS goes by.
  10. Hello...Welcome! For those who have just filed your I-129f application with USCIS, this thread has been created for your needs and for you to be with others experiencing different aspects of this journey. This is a place to ask questions and to share experiences. All are here to learn together. Stay patient because this is a long process currently running 11-13 months for your NOA2 or petition approval by USCIS (first stage). Then your petition will be sent to NVC (second stage) and finally your interview at the embassy (third stage). Also, do not compare yourself to others....Some will receive NOA-2 faster than others, some will be stuck at NVC for longer and then finally some will receive interviews fairly quickly at embassy. STAY PATIENT! Please create the timeline in your profile. Also note that USCIS goes by "Received date" : Example I-129 F Sent - August 2, 2022 I-129 F Received - August 5, 2022 (NOA-1) I-129 F - Notice Date -August 8,, 2022 In this example your NOA-1 should be August 5. This will help you fill out your timeline properly.
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