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  1. I was encouraged to come here in hopes I can get helpful answers on how to report this fraud. I want to have this investigated but not sure how. I need advice. Do I contact the Embassy directly involved or NVC here? I have evidence. The person I am fuming about is a part of this VJ community and in a facebook group I am a part of, so I opted to leave out details of the country but will say its MENA (not one of the banned countries though). I believe in my heart someone at our US Embassy is being paid by a local attorney who collects a large sum of money for meetings prior to interviews. I dont have proof but its a hunch. Because she isnt very smart she has openly talked about this. They are a red flagged couple. So how in the world did he get immediate approval and the rest of us honest K1 MENA couples are still in AP for months? I'll tell you how. That meeting with that attorney Im sure made the difference. Ivefor almost 2 years Ive heard many people saying here how he knows someone at the Embassy and I never believed it, I always blew it off. So here is info on the couple: - She is American not sure her religion - She is between 48-51 (lies about her age each time but whatever) - She is divorced two teenage kids - He is Arab muslim - He is 29 - His brother is married to an American in USA and his american wife is the best friend of the petitioner. Brother int he states introduced her to his brother (all red flags for this country so far right.....let me keep going) - He speaks ZERO english and she speaks zero arabic and have had a translator between them from day one - They did ketab keteb (a big no-no for k1) and hasnt openly admitted it but he himself gave it away - His FB page shows videos of the pre-party before the ceremony and her in the ceremonial dress - The comments under the videos are friends and family congratulating the bride and groom - As soon as his interview was finished, he changed his FB status to MARRIED and tagged her (thinking he is done with interview no need to hide) - She still shows engaged on hers and this guy gets approved on the spot while others who barely have but one red flag are still in AP?? !!! They congratulated him, hardly asked questions and took his passport which is not even typical anymore for K1 MENA since May of this year. The only difference, they met with this lawyer before the interview for a consult and paid a large sum of money. I thought it was for the petition but she did it herself. Im not keeping quiet. What can I do BESIDE email the embassy who Im sure wont reply or do anything about it.
  2. Hi everyone, I had my consulate interview in Sydney last Wednesday and was told everything was fine and that they will issue my K1 visa once they receive my NZ Police Cert. I advised them that I applied for my police cert 20 working days ago and am still waiting for it and also while there, they got me to sign a clearance for to request a police cert for my NZ one on my behalf. Is it because they can get hold of it faster? I really hope so. Has anyone experienced this and if so, how long did it take for you to receive your police cert from NZ when you applied for it and if the Sydney Consulate applied for it on you behalf- was it faster?? Many thanks.
  3. So my girlfriend is coming to my home place ,Jordan,hopefully if everything goes well and i hope it will,what is the best to do should we get married in Jordan first and apply for K1 Visa ? or should we just meet here in Jordan and then she apply for the fiance Visa from Usa ? thank you in advance.
  4. So I mailed all the documents that was requested to the U.S. Embassy. They asked for the original CENOMAR but that was the only one we had. We mailed the CENOMAR, but now we don't have another one to bring to the interview. Will that be an issue? Since we sent it to them, they should already have it and shouldn't ask for it at the interview right? Thank you!
  5. Hi guys! At the very beginning of my visa journey and the first thing I need is advice on is which visa I should look into. Here's my background... I'm a UK citizen, my girlfriend lives in California and has two children from a previous relationship so it makes more sense for me to relocate rather than her. We've been together two years (long distance, meeting up in person during holidays etc.) We are unquestionably committed to being together for the long term...so that's making me think K-1? On the other hand, I am a High School Physics and Chemistry Teacher with 9 years experience and a Master's in Chemistry, which might give me the option of J-1 instead? I am also an internationally published author, my first book was briefly a bestseller in the US and my second is soon to be published there. I highly doubt this qualifies me for an O, I don't think I'm anywhere near that level of "alien with extraordinary talent" but thought I would ask in case anyone knew. So...where should I begin? What kind of Visa is my most sensible option to start investigating? Thanks a bunch. I'm looking forward to getting to know this community.
  6. Hi everybody, I am writing to see which makes the most sense, from a financial standpoint? The k1 fiance Visa or getting married and applying for cr1 Visa? Thank you for your input!
  7. Hello Everyone, I am currently here at US, Florida for J1 Internship, I have a boyfriend and I really need to stay here thinking about our future. I know that I just need a green card to stay, but we don't want to get married yet. Is there any other way we can do so that I can get to stay here aside from marriage? Thank You
  8. Hello all, I was curious about applying for an SSN as a K1 visa holder because it seems a lot of people rush into it. I've been in the US for a month now, wedding is on October 4th, haven't submitted any other paperwork since I got it. Should I also be working on getting an SSN before I get married? What's the rush, as opposed to getting it after marriage?
  9. Do I need to send the requested documents listed in the instruction letter (packet 3) to the U.S. Embassy or can I just bring them all to the interview? Some people seem to have just brought it to the interview and didn't send anything to the embassy. From my understanding, it's just to speed up the process a bit, and is not an actual requirement. This is in Tokyo btw. Thank you.
  10. 10/15/18: We have decided to try Fred Wahl (Visa Coach) to help us organize with K-1 + AOS ($1,290). We have been working quite hard over the past couple of days to gather all the information we can and get this process started ASAP. I know I could do the forms myself but I am basically paying for peace of mind and I feel better already seeing the initial steps he's taking to organize our data and have a second eye on it. Not sure it will make a huge difference, but I created a 25 slide Power Powerpoint to help organize my thoughts, what I think might be relevant data (receipts, AirBnB's addresses, videos, timestamped pics) etc proving we are a couple. The goal is to get this filed within the next 2 weeks and HOPING to get the K1 status around June 2019, file the AOS and have my fiance legally allowed to working around September 2019.
  11. My interview is around the corner. I am a Dominican Republic filler.. What papers my fiancé must bring along with him? And what papers I will need?
  12. Hello I have a question about Security checks done by the Department of Defense. First of all I want to thank everyone here at Visa Journey. This forum has kept my head high feeling that tomorrow might be the day me and my fiancé receive our NOA2. I’ve read through many forums and have learned a lot, hopefully when I get approved I can participate and help someone else out from my own experience. Here is my quick timeline: Met online in September 2014 Traveled and visited her from 1/29/2015 to 2/18/2015 Submitted I-129F on 8/3/2015 Texas Drop Box Rcvd and transfer on 8/8/2015 California Service Center received ppwk on 8/11/2015, NOA1 received and status online updated. Nothing since then I’ve called multiple times and they’ve came back with the “Pending security checks” generic email with no real timeframe. It has been more than 233 days since the NOA1, does anyone know how long it usually takes for the Security Checks. I’ve already contacted my congressman. From what I’ve read in the forums contacting USCIS is useless as they cannot control these security checks and a tier two officer is also not so helpful. I have a theory of why my security checks might be taking a bit longer, I was actually under investigation for a Felony in early 2015 but the investigation has since been declined by the DA. I had called to confirm this in February of 2016. I’ve called the DA’s office and they said that this shouldn’t affect my Visa Process because no real case was taken, they said they will only send a letter to USCIS if I can show them that I need them to send that letter (For example a rejection letter from the USCIS NOA2). During a background check would Homeland Securities or Department of Defense request these items from the DA or the local Police? How long would that take? Or will this hold up due to the Statute of Limitations? I know many may say “Get a Lawyer” or “Just wait” but I was just wondering if anyone was in this situation before or know anyone in this situation. I’ll just keep praying tomorrow will be the day, it’s been a long struggle but we are hoping and praying every day. Sometimes we argue about this process and why it takes so long but I always try to reassure her that the USCIS will not let us down at the end and that we’ll be together, some people have waited longer. Thanks for any suggestions or comments.
  13. Hi, this is my first time posting here, but I imagine there are others in my situation. My fiancee is Venezuelan, currently living in Caracas. Her petition was approved, and her file logged with the NVC - the Department of State sent her application to Bogota, where we await an appointment confirmation. We have all the documents ready - but one of the things that my fiance lacks is the police record, or what is called antecendentes criminales in Spanish. This is a document from the Venezuelan state that lists previous crimes (or lack thereof) to demonstrate that the visa beneficiary is not a wanted person. My fiancee's record is clean - no worries about that - but she is finding it difficult to reach out to the local police for that record. does anyone on this forum have experience in the past year or so with Venezuela's government in getting a police report in a timely manner? thank you!
  14. Hello! I’m new and think I searched existing topics pretty thoroughly but I’m hoping some folks can give me an estimate on what they spent from the moment they filed the first form to their fiancé stepping onto US soil. I’m a US citizen and my fiancé is from Cuba I see the list of fees, but I’d like to know how much to plan for including travel, food, lodging for the interview in Guyana...everything. I was estimating $8k but I don’t know how realistic this is.
  15. Hola, Mi visa entro a proceso administrativo porque el cónsul me pidió un documento, me dijo tu visa esta aprobada pero solo necesito un documento.... Basado en esto ustedes creen que mi visa demore mucho en definir el resultado?
  16. I'm from US (Suburbs outside Detroit, MI) and my Fiance (Beneficiary) is in Colombia, we applied via a law firm and I reviewed all forms up front for our K1 Fiance visa. I will be going to see my fiance over Christmas and New Years and I think it would be a good time to overview some things together. RE: prep steps for NOA2 / Consulate meeting - If anyone has any Bogota / Colombia specific tips they are much appreciated (especially anything I need to prep for the meeting) My fiance and I are awaiting the NOA2 (at 141 days), and I have seen some get there in 163 days. Best guess is somewhere by 1/12/19 through 2/12/19 would be the earliest to hear something back on NOA2 or more info needed; I hope and pray...with some luck a case approval a case# and moving to next steps happens fairly early in the new year. I appreciate any insight on preparing for the meeting at the Consulate. She will fly there from another city in Colombia with her daughter. (I assume this needs to be some days ahead for anything that can be prepared early.... if they allow medical a certain number of days ahead, etc) Are there any updated guides? I had seen some guides where they say to start calling the Colombian embassy about a week or so after NOA2 to verify the Consulate has received the case package; then to call 2 days after receipt to get the "beneficiary/fiance packet" as it was stated it will not be mailed to the beneficiary. I'd like to stay on top of this to avoid delays. On those guides they list links to the packet 3 / 4 / DAS but they are broken links now. See below: https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php?title=Colombia_Club_Guide_%26_Tips If anyone has a links or Bogota / Colombia specific tips are much appreciated. I just found this link when researching the medical items.... in case this is all I should need:> https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/iv-dv-supplemental/BGT - Bogota.pdf and https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7hB3bl9Snfkb0NiMVFUd2JsVjA/view but appreciate any other heads-up items outside the box that I should be aware of. I still need to put together my package of papers for the meeting as we have had 2 more trips to see each other between mailing the application and the consulate meeting. All of our text, voice, video chat communication is 99.5% on Whatsapp (some on facebook), so I'm not exactly sure how I will show that in the meeting hah... maybe print a bible of chat dialog from whatsapp? Thanks so much for any help or insight, Happy Holidays and best of luck to all! Don_aka_Arturo & Aura
  17. Hello Eveyone, I was wondering if anyone know anything about why its taking forever to schedule an interview in Casablanca Morocco for K1 visa. my approved case left the NVC beginning of April 2019, CEAC status has been in READY since beginning of april as well, and neither my fiance or I have received any emails or calls from the Casablanca consulate. i haven't emailed or called the embassy just yet hoping everyday that it will be the day they will contact me. should I email them or call them, i have seen 1 person so far who was a week ahead of me and they already had their interview 6/4/19. any help/info would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance.
  18. Hey guys! How is everyone? I am having problem getting social here in the US. I arrived here last Nov 11 and applied for ssn Nov 15. And then I got married Dec 22, 2018. And after more than a month of patiently waiting, today, January 4th, my husband and I decided to go to SSA office to ask for update since we havent received anything in the mail at all. And I read blogs about how ssa staff doesnt know what they are doing sometimes and I think the one we went to is one of them. 😔 They kept telling me they are having issues on the system and it kept saying “Alien Mismatch”. they said they've been trying to do it over and over since I applied and contact DHS but they havent gotten anything really. And then they also said that maybe the reason why is because I am on k1 visa and not allowed to work in the US that’s why SSA cannot issue me a number. (i didnt correct them here since I know I’m not gonna win.) but they said the bottom line is the “Alien Mismatch” they are getting. I am so confused right now cuz my i-94 is only valid until Feb 2. And we are just starting to file for aos. anyone has experience about this? any answer will be appreciated. Thank you!
  19. Hi everyone Yesterday i sent my packet 3 to the embassy as my interview date will be on September 15th Along with packet we sent some pictures together and a short story of what happened in our relationship during the time we filed for the visa and also mentioning the small family celebration we had when his family came to visit me and my family here in Egypt Actually we were totally against this idea but our lawyer insisted on sending it saying that he did this so many times before What happened is that i received a call today from Egypt's embassy An Egyptian lady called and she asked me couple of questions about when was the last time he came to visit and where did we go and what are the exact dates But she started the questionnaire with the word husband not fiance and i corrected her saying that he is my fiance not my husband Since i hang up with her i felt so nervous cause the way she was talking it was like she's suspecting that we're married I just want to know has anyone here ever encountered this before with egypt's embassy? And Should i be worried about this call? Thanks in advance
  20. I just came back from visiting my boyfriend in nigeria. We are engaged now. We have known each other for about 5 months and this is my first visit. I do work full time at a good job. I am a single mom with 5 kids. I was married and divorced twice. I am asking if I have any red flags. I want to file the fiance visa but i also plan on going back in February 2020 to visit. Any advice??
  21. Hello All, As you can see from the user name this thread is about Hal and Olive. We are both very new to this subject and interested in posting and reading to get information on what we will have to do, what hurdles will will have to jump and what processes we will have to complete and when. I am hoping right now to get any general information from the forum members and delve deeper as I (we) learn more. So with that said, perhaps I should start with the basics. I Hal, am an American Citizen - born here in the US. I am 60 years old. I was a professional most of my life and I retired 6 years ago. About 9 months ago, I met Olive online through a dating site. She is 54, a Singaporean Citizen and also a professional, still working, and we have decided to marry and live here in America. So the first question is... Is there any known general governmental impediment that will keep US from marrying and living in the US? Olive is still working in Singapore and will officially retire when she comes to marry and live with me. She will never have worked in the US so I am guessing that she will not be entitled to any US retirement program except as a surviving spouse through my Social Security if I were to pass. But this is OK because she has her own retirement plan in Singapore. T he question here is how do I find out what programs she may be able or required to join? How do we find out about those? Another huge question is this, there is no mandate to have health care insurance in my state "South Carolina" but of course, I think it would be very unwise to go without. So, can anyone suggest - or point out a place where I can investigate the cost of a health care plan for my Olive? Of course I can check with Blue Cross and other providers, I was just hoping to pick up a clue or two if there is a "best way" to go about this. So, those are the basics Regarding Hal And Olive. Any suggesting guidance will be most welcome. Thanks, Hal
  22. Just me sharing my embassy interview experience and some tips. Disclaimer: Do not use this anecdote as a strict reference to determine your visa application process/needs. Please refer to the official sources and authorities. My timeline (2019): K1 Fiance(e) Visa Sent I-129F - Jan. 24 NOA1 - Jan. 30 (6 days) NOA2 - Apr. 18 (78 days) Case# - May 9 (21 days) Ready - Jun. 3 (25 days) Eligibility Letter - Jun. 6 (dated), in the mail Jun. 14 Interview - Jul. 9 (visa approved) My interview was scheduled for 7:45am. I arrived at the US Embassy Manila before 7:30am at the entrance near the footbridge on Roxas Blvd. (if you look across the street there's Ermita Center building, BPI and AUB). At that point they were already letting in applicants scheduled for 8:30am, but don't take this as a solid reason to come waaay earlier than your appointment because I had to fall in line behind about 60 people once I was inside anyway. NOTE: If you have companions, you may ask them to wait outside where there are monobloc chairs, but be prepared to pay Php30 per seat (unlimited hours). If your fiance(e) is accompanying you, they can come with you inside but some time in the middle of the process they would have to sit apart from the applicants. Also, remember the no-electronics rule applies to them, too. They may surrender phones or whatnot at the security guard post. Before you go in somebody may also try to sell you a pen, telling you how it's necessary for whatever process you need inside. I would suggest you just bring your own pen to begin with. Most visa applicants don't need it (I didn't) but there are some cases when they do (I guess depending on your business there). I've had to lend my pen to some frantic people when I was there as the consul asked them to sign papers. At the first point of security, they asked for my DS-160 confirmation page, appointment page, and they verified my visa type and interview schedule, then told me which numbered lane I should go to (this is still outside the building). I was in lane 3. At this point, prepare your DS-160 conf page and your passport. The staff would put a sticker bar code on your DS-160 conf page and place your passport in a ziploc bag. The building entrance is to the left, look for the door that looks quite heavy and durable. LOL If you're bringing a bag, the guard would check it before you go through the scanner. Otherwise, you'll go through airport-type security next. Place your items in the plastic bin, onto the conveyor, and go through the body scanner. I followed the signs and exited accordingly. Turning right I saw the photo booth (for last minute passport photos, I assume), followed the signs until the area labeled "NIV" (lots of people seated on monobloc chairs - I think this is also a waiting area where you can get food and drinks) then turned left until the labeled door. If I remember correctly I think I entered the one with "K1" on it. Once inside, a lady told me to fall in line for the Filipino consul and I was in line for maybe 30 minutes or more only to be told that I had to go to window 38 to have my 2x2 photo scanned first, LOL. Then I went back in line for the initial interview. The consul asked for my DS-160 conf page, birth certificate, NBI clearance, MRV receipt, CENOMAR, medical docs (sealed brown envelope from SLEC); then later on the affidavit of support, my fiance's divorce decree, W2s and 1040 (tax return). He asked me basic questions about myself and my fiance, how we met, marriage history, children, etc. Then he directed me to another window for the interview with the American consul (waiting in line again). On my turn, the consul asked for my DS-160 conf page and for me to raise my right hand, swear this and that (sorry I couldn't remember, I was a bit nervous and would say yes to anything at this point LOL), and I said "Yes". Then he asked me basically the same things that the previous consul asked, even fewer questions actually. Stuff I could answer briefly. Didn't even ask for proof of relationship or anything. A lot of silence as he went through my documents, I think he was going through the proof of relationship section of my I-129F (but I still brought my own copy). Guess I was lucky. After that he said my visa is approved and he's making it so it would be ready in 1-3 weeks. He gave me the 2 pamphlets on domestic violence plus the little embassy info sheet, then I was done. I exited the embassy at 9:30am (about 2 hours total, most of which was just waiting in line). Other Notes: 1. Make sure the surface of your 2x2 photo is clean, or if you can't assure this, bring extra copies because the scanner there won't work if it has dirt and such. 2. If you're hungry or thirsty there's a mini-store outside the building near the 30-Peso waiting area (apart from the one inside). 3. I would suggest for you to just bring a clear long envelope to put your documents in so that you can go through security quickly. 4. I didn't see any clocks so maybe wear a watch if you wanna keep track of the time, just make sure it's not digital/electronic. 5. If you have kids with you, there's a play area for them inside, too. After the interview you may check your visa application status here: https://ceac.state.gov/CEAC/ For K1 visa it's under non-immigrant. Your application ID is the code found on your DS-160 confirmation page. (Mine was AA00****** format); Location - "PHILIPPINES, MANILA". If you try to pull it up under immigrant you may see that it still says "Ready" like before, the "case last updated" details may change on the first day or two after the interview, and then eventually you won't be able to check it under immigrant. At least that's what happened in my case. Again, please don't use my anecdote to strictly determine what documents you need, how easy/difficult the experience will be with you, or any other specifics. It's case-to-case basis, always. My aim is to provide an overview of the process because it's better than being clueless, LOL. And I just enjoy writing my visa experiences in detail. 😅 Good luck to everyone! My CEAC Status Timeline: Jul. 9-10 (Tue-Wed) - "No Status" Jul. 11 (Thu) AM - "Application Received" Jul. 11 (Thu) PM - "Administrative Processing" Jul. 12 (Fri) PM - "Issued"
  23. I have my visa medical coming up on August 5th and it says to leave a 5 day gap minimum in between the medical and the interview. I'll most likely schedule my interview for the week after but my i-797 form says... Notice Type: Approval Notice Valid from 04/09/2019 to 08/08/2019. Consulate: LONDON Am I going to be okay going to an interview after August 8th? What do I do? Any help is appreciated!
  24. Hi guys, I hope someone can help me. My fiance in India received 221G letter after her interview for Fiance visa in January this year. Her 221G letter stated that your file is incomplete, therefore your visa application has been refused. They put it under administrative process. After doing extensive research in this forum I was sure that it will be sent back to US and that’s what happened. Within a week of the interview they notified us that they sent back the petition to USCIS for review, with a possibility of revocation of petition. Everything was happening according to the information provided by lots of contributors in this forum. So I was expecting NOID or NOIR after 4 months. However, instead of receiving the NOID or NOIR, after 5 months I received a Termination Notice from USCIS stating that the petition has expired because it reached validity period of 4 months. It also stated that the petition was returned to USCIS with a finding that the beneficiary was not issued the requested K-1 Visa. All USCIS action in this matter is terminated as of the date of this notice. I searched google and hardly found 2 similar cases posted by other people of receiving Termination notice instead of NOID, NOIR, or receiving nothing. 1) Does anyone have any good information on this type of Termination Notice letter? 2) Is it safe to go for the marriage path and after getting married I file for the marriage petition? I read here a lot that I must find the reason of denial. How do I do that if that is a must as I also read that it is still very difficult to find the reason of denial under FOIA. 3) What happens, let’s say I am not able to find the reason of failing the interview, I still proceed to get married and my fiance fails the interview based on the reasons happened during her fiance visa interview? Will I never be able to reunite with her, or at least that easily? 4) Is the refusal of application equal to “denial” of visa? On the refusal part I can provide some info.. I can think of some points like after getting engaged I never visited my fiance in India (the question was asked as well why I didn’t visit India). There is a 10 years of age gap (I am in mid 30s), we belong to different religions, our education backgrounds are very different, there is a possibility that her state is considered a fraud state because people are crazy there to go to other countries, we had a lavish engagement which can look like a wedding to some people by looking at the pictures. She also used a translator instead of giving the interview in English. She also gave some wrong answers during the interview my correct age (question was asked twice in different ways), my employer’s name, I can't remember but there was one more. So from the officer’s point of view, I can see many reasons of refusal like bonafide relationship issue, from the wedding pictures it may look like misrepresentation. From other factors the officer might have thought the girl simply wants to to get into US. But I think if the reason of refusal must be found then there is no point of guessing because some reasons carries more weight than others. So I must find a the real reason of refusal if it is definitely required before getting married. I really appreciate it if I can get some help here. It has been really stressful for both of us and we are living a life with uncertainties for the last 6 months. Many of you know how it can negatively impact someone's entire life. I have already checked with 2 immigration lawyers and they both said I have the choice of getting married and then file for that petition however there is no guarantee and it is your choice. I am going to meet one more lawyer soon. But I hope someone can provide really useful info here as well. Thanks a lot for reading this long message!
  25. My fiancé and I received our case number from the nvc in March and our case status says ready online since May. My fiancé has not received any instruction packet and we have been emailing the embassy with no response. Are we missing any steps or do we just need to wait. Our petition approval is set to expire in July
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