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About kenneme

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  • Birthday 01/07/1982
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    working together to build a more just, peaceful world!

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa (DCF)
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  • Our Story
    Met in France in 2004. Married in California in 2009. Currently living in UK, planning to relocate to US this year.

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  1. Hi ZMalik, Had our interview yesterday and it went very smooth and easy - his visa was approved and they said we should get the passport back in 1 to 2 weeks. Yeah! I will write up a full review shortly but it was exactly as others described, and they only asked about why we had a K1 previously, and whether or not our son is US Citizen (I think so they could determine if my income was sufficient or we needed the joint sponsor). They asked about our plans for relocating, I explained son and I had relocated in May, I started work and was just back for the interview. He was happy with all that. For relationship proof, our son and I were both present. I took one joint bill and our son's birth certificate (which shows both our names) as proof of relationship but they didn't want any of it... I offered the birth certificate twice they said they don't need it. We have been married 7 years though and got married on an approved K1 fiance visa in the US, so we weren't expecting that to be an issue. You might as well take some bills if you have them - doesn't hurt! Hope that helps, and good luck!
  2. Sooooo frustrated! I finally got a reply to the online email form for London Consulate and they sent me his LND case number by email! They said they sent us a letter on 9 May so we just lost 10 weeks for NO REASON! We received the letter approving our DCF I-130 pertition in the mail dated 5 May, and then never got the second letter! So annoying!! argh Finally got interview for next week 26 July, but we could have gotten it in May if they hadn't lost (didn't send?!) the letter!
  3. Thanks for sharing the info! Our London DCF spousal visa case seems to be taking much longer than others? Maybe it is because my husband is not British? We filed in February, got NOA2 informing us that our petition (i-130) was approved on 9 May 2017 (after one request for evidence because I had left a box blank instead of writing NOT APPLICABLE). We still have not received the LND number / packet 3 I emailed the embassy last week (end of the 8th week)... Don't know what else to do but wait! Megan
  4. Hello! It sounds like we are having the same problem! We recieved NOA2 informing us that our petition (i-130) was approved dated 9 May 2017, and that we would receive further instructions (Packet 3 arrived with LND number) in 6-8 weeks. We have heard NOTHING and the 8th week just ended. Feeling discouraged and worried, since our son and I have already moved and my poor husband is now camped out in an empty apartment which he will have to leave for a cheap hotel at the end of the month! Any suggestions very welcome! Thanks, Megan (We are DCF spousal visa London Embassy, US citizen and Algerian Citizen, both on Tier 2 visas in UK).