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Luis Gutierrez

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  • Birthday 09/30/1974

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    Morgan Hill
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    California

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  1. @Gomast Yeah, after all this time invested it's difficult aborting the process to start a new one. At this point what I'm starting to explore is the option of moving to Mexico with my Woman and waiting it out there. Who knows, maybe we just stay there and start a new life. I have dual citizenship (Mexican and US) so from the immigration point of view, I'm good to go. The biggest challenge would be finding a job that would allow me to work remotely - working on that as we speak
  2. @panamerican24 Yeah , I also explored the writ of mandamus BUT my case was denied by two popular law firms on YouTube: Goldstein Immigration Lawyers and Hacking immigration law. They basically rejected the case because they stated that they have been unsuccessful with K1 cases recently. They were simply being honest so didn't want to take my money knowing that they will very likely lose. Waiting is the only option at this point. It's been since December 2021 that we submitted the DS-5535 - the biggest test of patience ever!
  3. @Genzo10 I wish I knew the reason they issued the DS-5535. It was given to us after we sent in the required document that was requested via the 221g. Aside from that, it's my understanding that .5% of all immigrant applicants are issued that form. They also issue that form if you come from a country that they consider "shady".
  4. I wish I could say that this K1 nightmare is over but it's not, we are still waiting for approval. It's been 7 + months since we submitted the DS-5535 and nothing's happened. The total K1 process to date has been well over TWO YEARS!!! I even had the office of my US Rep contact Bogota for status and all they received is the same ole scripted message blaming things on COVID and not committing to any time line. At this point I lost faith in the US immigration process. Life is too short to be in limbo., time to think of plan B. I wish you the best and hope your case gets resolved soon.
  5. @Anthony We are still waiting for any kind of acknowledgement from the US Embassy. We're like in some sort of limbo being punished, it's sad.
  6. Hi Jeanne, Thank you for the info. I will look into the 5535 posts to gather more info. I appreciate your help!
  7. My Fiancé and I are going through the K1 nightmare ordeal.... My fiancé was issues a white paper 221g stating that they needed a certified copy of my divorce decree. We immediately sent it in and received an acknowledgment email from the US Consulate in Bogota Colombia right away. Last night my Fiancé received an email from the US Embassy asking her to fill out the DS-5535 form. I have two questions: 1. Is an electronic signature valid or do we have to print, fill out, (physically) sign the document, then scan it tp PDF and send it in via email? 2. My fiancé does not have her old passport so we don't know the number nor have details on places she has traveled to in the last 15 years. However, we do have some info in her current passport but it clearly doesn't cover the last 15 years. Anybody out there run into this issue? If so, how did you proceed and what was the outcome? Thank you! luis
  8. My Fiancé and I are going through the K1 nightmare ordeal.... My fiancé was issues a white paper 221g stating that they needed a certified copy of my divorce decree. We immediately sent it in and received an acknowledgment email from the US Consulate in Bogota Colombia right away. Last night my Fiancé received an email from the US Embassy asking her to fill out the DS-5535 form. I have two questions: 1. Is an electronic signature valid or do we have to print, fill out, (physically) sign the document, then scan it tp PDF and send it in via email? 2. My fiancé does not have her old passport so we don't know the number nor have details on places she has traveled to in the last 15 years. However, we do have some info in her current passport but it clearly doesn't cover the last 15 years. Anybody out there run into this issue? If so, how did you proceed and what was the outcome? Thank you! luis
  9. I'm on the same boat. You will have to wait for the US Embassy to respond with the packet of instructions. Please see note below: K Visa Applicants: Please be advised that you must wait for the Packet of Instructions from the Embassy prior to scheduling your appointment. Although your case could appear Ready when you are checking the status in this platform, if you are applying for a K1 (fiancée visa) you need to wait for instructions from the Embassy to continue with the process. As soon as we receive the file from NVC, the Immigrant Visas Unit will send you notification that your case is ready for an interview and include instructions on the next steps. If you schedule an interview without authorization from the Embassy, your appointment will be canceled as we will not be ready to receive you. For more information, please visit TRAVEL.STATE.GOV.
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