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Kurt and Kristina

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About Kurt and Kristina

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  • Birthday 01/10/1966
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  • Location Moscow, ID, USA

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Boise ID
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  1. Would like to know this too. I read the above, and while appreciated, most do not work except for just contacting NVC. Also, I have heard of people bypassing the auto attendant at USCIS and the level 1 can let you know if the I129f has been shipped or not. But USCIS will do nothing for 90 days, and a level 2 call back is within 30 days.
  2. That’s really good to know. We are in the same situation and when I read your post, I was following it for answers. Looks like you are at the end of K-1 journey. So happy to hear that she was able to board I wish you guys the best of luck.
  3. While you are doing this, you may want to get a 13a Philippine visa, it is a little bit of a pain, but I think it is better in the long run IMO.
  4. Mullvad VPN, yes you pay, but it is anonymous and very reliable. Also, if you purchase an access point with an OpenVPN server, you connect the AP to the Philippines wired connection, establish a VPN to the states and then connect your laptop to the AP, your laptop with 'think' it is in the USA, since the VPN tunnel is established before you connect. Just another method..
  5. GREAT NEWS!!! Congrats!!! As for the forms, honestly at this point, it is the lowest price to pay!!
  6. CFO (if you can), passport photos, look at SLEC (medical) requirements (if this wasn't mentioned yet.....)
  7. That is an excellent question. I don't know. I was just keeping an eye on it.
  8. Yes.. totally agree that it will be needed (welcome letter)
  9. Yes..every other day. I think my picture will soon be on the NVC lunch room as the current "PIA" NOA2 3/24. Actually, the case number wasn't required for the DS-160. I thought it was too, but, from what I can figure out, and tell me if this makes sense... DS-160 is good for one year and has a confirmation number DS-160 payment receipt is good for one year and has a serialized number that shows either 'paid' or 'unpaid' NOA2 from USCIS has a receipt number, the beneficiary has an "A" number, and that is linked to the case number. So when you schedule the interview, you put in your case number (linked to the NOA2) and at interview show the confirmation for the DS-160, that would then be linked to the Case number -and- Embassy can verify the payment receipt number as valid My only question when completing the personal info for the interview schedule, there is a mandatory field for 'priority date', not sure what to put there.... "To Whom it Concerns: Thank you for your inquiry. The National Visa Center (NVC) has not yet received your petition from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Although the Form I-797 approval notice mentions a delay of up to 30 days for cases to be delivered to NVC from USCIS, current shipping times may be longer. If you have not received a communication from NVC about this case within 60 days from the I-797 approval notice, please contact us again. Once NVC receives this petition from USCIS and enters it into our system, all case parties will receive a notice that they can begin processing if a visa number is immediately available."
  10. Congrats!! No, we still don't have our case number, it has been more than 30 days. We have all our documents ready (NBI, CENOMAR, Birth Cert, Photos, I-134, DS-160, Receipt for DS-160, relationship books) and we have practiced for our interview.. but thats it until the case number
  11. Yes, it does time out... a lot... but just save often and you can always go back to it.
  12. I too am interested in the answer to the courier question 🙋🏻‍♂️ Thanks!
  13. 1am calls.. oh well, it is worth it to shorten this everlasting wait.. Thank you!
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