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  1. Hello All I thought I would make a Thread for Australian's who have their CASE COMPLETE at NVC and are waiting for an Interview to be scheduled at the US Consulate in Sydney! It might make it easy for us to keep in touch and update each other! I hope this is OK 🐨 We were DQ'd this morning so we will be waiting a while lol
  2. Hi everybody. I have some questions about visas. Which visa is better K1 or CR1? What is situation about COVID.? Which visa is shorter to wait K1 or CR1? I read somewhere on internet that K1 visa has waiting time like CR1. What are the requirements for CR1 if a person is not working, but he has a sponsorship support. Im from Sarajevo. Thanks a lot.
  3. ok, so my entry here in the US is K1 fiance visa, biometrics AOS everything has been sent and all done and we were originally scheduled for an interview for Adjustment of status since March 17,2020. But then COVID happened and the offices closed. Now, upon checking uscis case status, my case is still " Ready to be scheduled for an interview". It's now August 9 and Im just worried, is this normal or should I just wait for them to reschedule my interview? Or should I do anything to resched it? Any thoughts on this? any one who has the same situation? Please let me know. It sucks because the interview was like supposed to be just the day after and then covid happened and closed offices.
  4. Hi all, As if we weren't already worried and nervous enough for our K1 interview before the recent resurgenceof Covid-19 cases in Vietnam, 10x moreso now that there's a real chance I won't be able to travel and go with her as we had hoped. If the travel ban from the U.S is still in effect around our interview date, we're terrified it'll be an easy, if not automatic reason to send her away with a blue skip. Any advice on how to overcome and/or over-compensate for this scenario? Thank you.
  5. Hey everyone! I started this thread to help everyone from Argentina who have their NVC case number or are about to have it. Sorry if there are some writing mistakes, english is my second lenguage. FIRST if you have your case number, you can track it through the CEAC website https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx (chose the Inmigrant Visa option and the put your BNS number). When it is being transfer to the embassy, it will show 'IN TRANSIT' and when it arrives it will show 'READY'. In other cases, NVC emails you and let you know the case is in the way to the embassy. Remember NVC shipments are every other Tuesday. SECOND If you are waiting for your case number or waiting the READY status, you can start gathering the documents for Packet 3. You can see what is required in this link https://ar.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/K1-K3-Instructions-packet.pdf . You will have to send this packet to the embassy before the interview. Below I'll point out what you can start doing. (everything is copies, not originals) Visa Photos. 5x5 with white background Birth Certificate AKA Acta de Nacimiento. It is a faithful copy of the books where the birth is registered. It should have the City's Registro Civil Stamp where the person was born, and Copia Fiel Stamp and one more that says it follow the country law (this one changes according the province). If you don't have it, you can order it online (http://portaldetramites.cba.gov.ar/v/552 this is for Cordoba for example) or go to the Registro Civil of the town you or your fiance were born and request it. Divorce Decree, I don't hae more information about it because neither me or my fiance were married before. If you have information on how to it should be, comment down bellow! Evidence of Support. You need to proof your fiance can financially support you. Ffor more information https://myimmigrationattorney.com/k1-visa/evidence-of-financial-support/ . You will need from your fiance or your co-sponsor the following docuements A. W2 for the last 3 years till present, it can be signed digitally. B. 1040 Forms or IRS transcripts for the last 3 years till present C. Employment paystubs, 6 months at least D. Job letter, verification of employment. E. Bank statements, at least 12 months F. Form I-134. make sure is signed on page 4 or 5. (if you have blanck spaces complete them with N/A) Police Certificate You must obtain the nationally produced “Certificado de Antecedentes Penales” issued by the “Registro Nacional de Reincidencia”, it must say “con excepción al artículo 51 del Código Penal”. You can google RNR nearer you, it doesn't have to be made in Bs As like the instructions sayed. The certificate expires, you have 90 days of validation. It doesn't have to be expired when you add it to the P3 or when you get to US, please be aware of this so you don't have to do it twice. If you are from another province follow the next points Go to www.dnrec.jus.gov.ar and tried to do it online. If you can perfect, you are all done. But if you can´t is because they don't have your fingerprints and you need to do what is next. In the same website click TRAMITES PARTICULARES, Certificado de Antecedentes Penales ----- INICIA TU TRÁMITE ------ TRAMITE PRESENCIAL In the page that opens chose Argentina---Province----City----- and then chose the one nearer you. Then you continue clicking in SIGUIENTE ----- then chose the option to pay $180 pesos to have it in 24 hs A new page will open where you will complete all your personal information. When you are done, print that form with a copy of your DNI because you will need it for the appointent To pay the fee you can chose to pay through RAPIPAGO or PAGOMISCUENTAS (save the receipt to take it to the appointment) You have to make an appointment to get it, if you are from Cordoba use CIUDADANO DIGITAL and TURNERO. I don´t know how it is in another provinces so if you know comment in this thread how you did it. Evidence of Relationship, you should gather more photos, message record or videocall record. They should be different than the ones you sent on the I-129F packet. IF YOU HAVE ALL OF THIS WHILE YOU ARE STILL WAITING FOR THE 'READY', WAIT AND KEEP READING THIRD Once you see ´READY' you can email the embassy (BuenosAires-IV@state.gov) saying that you know the case is ready and you want to know next steps to take. They can answer the next day or take a couple days. When they do, they can tell you to wait a little bit because they are getting ready for your case or they can email you the INSTRUCTIONS PACKET. The instructions packet is what is mentioned SECOND paragraph with a couple more things like filling DS-160 and information about the medical exam. When you receive the Instructions attached to the email, it means you can schedule your interview and medical exam. FOURTH You will fill the DS-160 through this website https://ceac.state.gov/GenNIV/Default.aspx . You will need some necessary information Your adress in the US National identification number: is your DNI number not your passport Application receipt number/ petition number: Is the one with EAC, WAC, LIN, SRC, NBC, MSC or IOE at the beggining, not the one with BNS If you worked in the US, you will need your SSN number Adresses in Argentina are written the argentinian way (number at last) and the US with number at the beggining This were the more importants for me, comment down below if you have more recommendations Once you are done, you will receive through email your confirmation number, print two copies of it and save the number somewhere because you will need it FIFTH schedule your interview through this website https://ais.usvisa-info.com/ ----- inmigrant visa applicant ------ register ------- I have received a letter from the consular section with instructions to register or schedule a K visa appointment --------- sign up with your email Here you will need your BNS XXXX XXX XXX number, your DS-160 confirmation number and in which DHL you want the documents to be send. Next the website will give ou the payment option and you will chose the one you want (by credit/debit card the payment is instantly and by rapipago takes a at least two days to process the payment) After this you will see all the dates available. If there isn't any date available, email the embassy saying this and asking for next steps and they will let you know when the open more spots. Right now, May 1st the next dates availables are for mid June. So have that in your mind if you are thinking on booking flights or wedding plans. SIXTH Book your medical exam, the doctors information are in the Instructions Packet. If you are from another province, you can ask to be done nearer the interview date so you only have to travel once. The doctor will tell you what vaccines are obligatory (variccela, influenza, triple viral and triple bacteriana), she also will need your case number (BNS one) and she will inform you how much everything will be. Note: you can schedule your SEVENTH Send packet 3 to the embassy, you can drop it yourself to Ave Colombia 4300 Bs As or you can send it through DHL or Correo Argentino if you are from another province. Check everything they ask in the instructions packet is there (if you forget something, you can present it the day of the interview so don't worry. You may not have the medical exam results but you can write a lettere saying you have scheduled the interview nearer the interview date and that will work). Save all the originals for the interview (RNR, Birth certificate, Divorce decree). Send an email to the embassy asking if they can let you know when they receive the packet, so you don't have to worry if they have it or not EIGHTH medical exam, I'll write down below my experience so you now what to expect but it can change if you do it with the other doctor. I did it with Dr Grillo. I went to the Trinidad de Palermo hospital (Sinclair street).You go to the secretary desk at the first floor and announce yourself. They will check you in then make you go to another desk near by to pay for the blood test and x-ray $550 pesos. After that you wait until the doctor calls you. Once you are in the room with her, she will ask you for the passport photos, case number and your passport. She will give you the prescription for every test you have to take and you will pay her fee there $2000 pesos You do all tests in the same hospital but the one that is around the corner (Cerviño street). Level -1. you do the line in laboratory and the secretary will tell you to go to another desk to pay the fee for the Tuberculosis test that is USD 175. Once you are back with the receipt, the secretary will give you a container to collect your urine. Next, you go to a waiting room and without so much waiting a nurse will call you to take out the blood. After that you go to the x-ray desk (is all in the same floor and is easy to know where everything is because there are signs everywhere) and you will wait until they call your name. Come back to the another building (Sinclair street) level 1, and if you have some vaccine missing you have to go to ‘vacunatorio’ that is on the right. You will pay whatever cost is for the vaccine you are missing and you will wait they call your name. The nurses will give the shots and then you are done. I waited outside Dr Grillo office and after 20 minutes she called me. She completed some information in the computer and then she took my blood pressure, listen my heart, measured my height and weight and tested my visual. After that she told to come back at 4pm for the results. I went again at 4. The medical was approved. She gave me the closed envelope I have to take with me to the embassy. Total time spent: 2hours in the morning and then picking the results 15minutes Total cost: $10250 + vaccine cost NINETH embassy interview. You don't have to do the tourist visa line, go to a window and say you are there for K1 visa. They will give you a green folder where you put all the originals (birth certificate, divorce decree, medical exam closed envelope, passport photos, more evidence of relationship if you want to add more, confirmation page). Do not make a copy of everything you sent on P3 because is a waste of money, paper and time. Just worry about the originals and what you missed in P3. Once in, they will call you do deliver the green folder THAT IS NOT THE INTERVIEW. The next time they call you it will be for the interview. They will make swear everything you presented and what you will say is the truth. The questions can be: - how we met? - when and where we met? - what I was doing in US when we met? - when I came back from US the last time? - what he does for living? - what would I do for living? - where I will live? - how and when we got engaged? - when we will get marry? The consul can be empathetic and nice, or it can be really serious. The interview can be in english or spanish and you can request it to be in one lenguage or the other. The interview can be 5-20 minutes long and you can be at the embassy for an hour or more, it depends on how long they make you wait. TENTH you can check also the status of yout visa here https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx noninmigrante visa -- buenos aires argentina -- the confirmation number of the DS-160. In there you will see if it is under Administrative Process or when it is Issued. After it is Issued, the embassy will send you an email with the tracking number. You will pick up you packet in a DHL office when is delivered. I hope this post and thread helps, I did my best to gathered everything I went through. if you have doubts or question don't hesitate on posting, we are a big community and we have to help eachother to be as soon as possible with our 'media naranja' Cheers!
  6. Hey all I’m starting this thread for any South African couples waiting for their visa to be processed, petition approved, or couples who have already been approved. If you have any stories or advice please do share. I sent my petition in on 02/12/2018 it was delivered 02/15/2018 I received my NOA1 02/20/2018. I’m currently waiting for my NOA2
  7. Hello, I received the approval for k1 at the end of April, 2020. Now in August, my name is still at NVC, which i already have the case number to track. I called the NVC and one of the agents told me due to the covid, VIetnam embassy have halted the k1 processing. My fiance in VIetnam told me tons of people are sending request to expedite the process at NVC, and they have been approved. One of the ridiculous reason was the beneficiary doesnt want to miss the birthday of her fiance. I heard and laughed, but man they have been getting approved left and right. Can i submit a quest at NVC with reason being apart for 7 months and we love and miss each other very much? If so, how do i submit such a request to NVC to expedite the case.
  8. Hey everybody, so we are about to send off the AOS packet now, I have a question about biometrics. We’re living in Coachella Valley, I believe our local office is San Bernardino if anyone has experiences from this specific area. (If not, I’d still love to hear your thoughts too). I don’t believe our office is closed so I’m sure she will have to attend the biometrics appointment during COVID (probably very soon). She plans to wear a mask to her appointment. During her appointment, will she be asked to remove the mask for any reason? If this has happened to you, could you tell me the exact points in which they may require her to remove her mask, if any, and how long that lasts? She is very scared of catching COVID and I don’t want her to worry about that on top of immigration stress. Thanks for all input!
  9. flea89

    Expedited Appt ?

    I would like to request an expedited appointment for K1 so that our K2 can get enrolled in school here in the US next month. I think it would be better than her going to school part of the year in VN and then finishing the rest of the year here assuming she comes during this school year. We are not sure if the consulate would consider that an urgent need for travel. Can I please have your thoughts and opinions? I appreciate it
  10. Hello! My fiancé and I are thinking about the faster way to get married and live together in US. I am Spanish and he has dual nationality Spanish/American so he can travel to Spain and we can get married here. As the CR1 process is so long we had though that K1 fiancé process would be better for us but the k1 visa are not being process into the embassy because of the Covid-19 situation. What do you think could be easier, to get married in Spain (that take us 3 months) and ask for CR1 visa or to apply for K1 visa waiting that embassy in Spain reopen soon? Thank you for your help!
  11. Hello! I'm a Canadian Citizen in the US on a TN Visa, however, I've been furloughed due to COVID-19. My employer has filed the i-129 petition before my i-94 has expired, however, as of now, my i-94 has expired, and my status is pending. My boyfriend and I've been together for 4 years, and we had hoped to get married at the end of the year, if not early 2021, but with COVID-19, it is very likely for me to get laid off, which will force me to leave the US, so we're looking at applying for K-1 visa for us to be back together in the US. Now, if I'm planning to move forward with K-1 as soon as I'm back in Canada, will my pending TN Visa Extension petition be an issue in the eyes of USCIS, or would it not matter since leaving the US while the petition is pending will mean I'm out of status any way? With that being said, will it negatively affect my K-1 application whether I choose to resign or not before departing the US? Thank you so much!
  12. Hello guys! Question about passport. My passport expiry date is January 26th, 2021. According to US Embassy in Madrid, I need to have a passport must have at least 8th months validity beyond the issuance date of the visa. Should I already book an appointment to get a new passport? I'm concerned the passport number will change and will not be the same as the I-129F petition. Thanks in advance!
  13. I received my noa2 approval two days ago. According to the letter the petition is now being sent to NVC. What is the next step ? Do I need to gather anymore documents ? Will I receive something in the mail within 2-4 weeks ? Thank you
  14. Hi Fellow K1s, The number one thing we can do right now to ensure that we get reunited with our loved ones, is to contact your US elected officials. Let them know that you are a constituent of their district or state, that you are in the K1 process, and that you are concerned that K1s are not being addressed adequately during the pandemic. Include a few sentences of your personal story so they remember you. Urge them to speak to their contacts at the State Department and ask the State Department to: 1) Clarify the position of K1s in regards to the EOs on immigration (we believe they should not be affected as they are non-immigrant visas which are not specifically denied) 2) Deem K1 visas mission critical visas during the pandemic and provide travel exemptions as such 3) Make a public statement regarding their intended plans for K1 processing so that we all can be informed I contacted my representative last week and was surprised with how quickly they responded and how seriously they took my concerns. The more noise we make the better! The squeaky wheel always gets the grease! Contact your representatives and post below with confirmation so we can shower you with applause and likes! I’m going to contact my senators (North Carolina) tonight. Find your House Representative here: https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative Find your Senator here: https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm
  15. Hi there, My fiancee and I have started the visa process at the very beginning of the year, but like many people on this forum, the Coronavirus situation has thrown everything off balance and has made things much harder and uncertain for us. Faced with issues both familial and financial, we have started to reconsider our options, including getting married in the US through the K1 as intended but then issuing a spouse visa for her back in my own country, and live there together for a few years. We assumed we would have to file spouse visa if we want to come back to US, which is fine. Now, as the title states, the K1 is technically non immigrant but is needed to marry with intent to immigrate. Besides, we may have to prove connection to my country without intent to immigrate which would be hard since.... we filed K1. 😄 Lots of research on our end, but we must admit we are pretty confused at that point, and basically worried about how it could affect our future eligibility for U.S. immigration benefits. Does anyone know of instances where people do K1 but decide to go to a different country instead of filing AOS, and what the consequences would be (other than needing to go through the visa process again to the US later). Thank you !
  16. https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-processes-and-procedures/public-charge/injunction-of-the-inadmissibility-on-public-charge-grounds-final-rule?fbclid=IwAR3kQCxIUBHfRrnqkAHP7IIo1rZV0c2irFw4jx_ukIPZq7IV-SyWke1CaX8 First good news of 2020, as stated in the link attached, for whosever is filing for AOS in these days, is NOT required to fill the I-944 anymore! "As long as the July 29, 2020, SDNY decision is in effect, USCIS will apply the 1999 public charge guidance that was in place before the Public Charge Rule was implemented on Feb. 24, 2020 to the adjudication of any application for adjustment of status on or after July 29, 2020. In addition, USCIS will adjudicate any application or petition for extension of nonimmigrant stay or change of nonimmigrant status on or after July 29, 2020, consistent with regulations in place before the Public Charge Rule was implemented; in other words, we will not apply the public benefit condition. For applications and petitions that USCIS adjudicates on or after July 29, 2020, pursuant to the SDNY injunction, USCIS will not consider any information provided by an applicant or petitioner that relates to the Public Charge Rule, including information provided on the Form I-944, or information on the receipt of public benefits in Part 5 on Form I-539, Part 3 on Form I-539A or Part 6 on Form I-129. Applicants and petitioners whose applications or petitions are postmarked on or after July 29, 2020, should not include the Form I-944 or provide information about the receipt of public benefits on Form I-485, Form I-129, or Form I-539/I-539A."
  17. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/one-month-extension-of-immigrant-visa-medical-examinations.html
  18. Hey guys, so since December I have been trying to get my wife added to our lease. Our lease was up in July, so our HOA management said that the landlord told them to tell me to wait until July when we resign our lease to add my wife. I wasn’t ecstatic, but I accepted that. It’s been ~a month of me calling my apartments HOA management off the hook and them stating that “they’re working on it”. I’m really fed up to be honest. I don’t think they are going to add her before her medical expires. My question to all of you wonderful people is, do we really need to provide the tenancy agreement with my wife’s name on it in the AOS packet? I am aware that it helps, because the more you can prove the better, but we reaaaally need to get this sent off, it’s been way too long for comfort. So, exactly how important is this? We have many pics of us, scans of wedding and birthday cards from her family, social media posts to each other and our families, our phone bill that shows her married name billed to our address, that’s about it. (We live with my brother who pays the utility bills, would it be kosher to add her to those? I don’t think 3 people can be added to the bill, and if not it would look weird if only he and her were on there. Also at this point, wouldn’t it take a while to receive the bill with her name on it? We really want this package sent off ASAP). But, we never got around to opening her a US bank account, or adding her to mine. COVID lockdown hit as soon as we were about to take care of that. Also, I’m on Medi-Cal so I cannot add her to my insurance. And I don’t file taxes, so no joint filing. Does our case look weak? I’m very worried. Should we wait for the landlord or just send it off without the tenancy agreement? Any further advice on how to strengthen our proof of relationship? Thanks a ton!
  19. Hello everyone, I write this post with much frustration. Weeks ago my wife contacted TransUnion and they agreed to send her a letter stating she doesn’t have a credit score (for I-944). 10 days later, the letter misspells her first name. At this point, we are upset but we try calling again to have this fixed and resent. The woman understands our issue and claims to have fixed it. 10 days later, the new letter has her first name misspelled yet again in the same way it was misspelled originally (it’s one of the most common names in the US so this was particularly frustrating). We are at a loss. We can’t keep waiting to send our AOS packet off, it’s making us both go gray! :’( Any advice would be much appreciated. My wife came on a K1 and has a social security number already and has had one for over 6 months. Thanks so soooo much!
  20. Does anyone know how long it might take for one embassy to transfer a case file to another? As of July 21st, CEAC is showing "Transfer in Progress" for our visa case, which is being transferred from the Philippines to Hong Kong. Just curious if anyone who has had their case transferred in the past knows how long it takes to get from point A to point B.
  21. My apologies in advance if this topic was brought up elsewhere, but what is the risk of attempting to enter the US with an ESTA while waiting for a K-1 visa? My fiance is in Japan and we're considering potential options of meeting up while we wait for the US embassies to open back up. She has an ESTA that expires in December and we're contemplating having her fly over for a month or so. However, I've heard that being denied entry with the ESTA could jeopardize the K-1 visa application, so I'm a bit scared of going this route. I've heard others have been able to get in with an ESTA or B2 tourist visa, so I know it's possible, but I'm also concerned about how much of a risk it poses. My fiance doesn't speak much English either, so there's that too... Thanks in advance for any insight on the matter. It's been a frustrating year to say the least, but here's hoping things work out for all of us.
  22. Hi everyone, I had an interview at USCIS office on Mar 6, 2020 and they told me I am approved. However, i believe the offices were then closed the following week due to Covid-19. And up till now i see no progress on my case status, it still shows as "INTERVIEW WAS SCHEDULED". Has anyone facing the same issue? What should i do? Thanks
  23. I'm sure this has been answered before, but wanted to ask about an expedited visa for personal family reasons. Our K1 paperwork has been sitting at the NVC since April 28, 2020 and we are under the impression that our visa in a holding pattern just like all other K1's. The embassy in Belgrade, Serbia has been open since early June and are currently interviewing and approving CR1 visas at this time because they're "mission critical." My father, is currently in a care facility with severe Alzheimer's disease and I'd really love for my fiancee to meet him (even through a window since they're not allowing people inside) before he passes. Also, my grandmother (my mom's mom who helped raise me when my mother passed away when I was 11) is not doing well. She had cancer and a stroke about 5 years ago and had been going downhill ever since. Yesterday, it seems as though she's had another stroke and it doesn't look like she will hold on much longer. I didn't know if parents or grandparents would be a consideration for an expedited case or not. Thank you in advance for any helpful information.
  24. Hello everyone. Me and my fiance have been together for 5 years now. LDR sucks. My heart hurts when we are apart. I visited him in March 6, on an ESTA and stayed till June 6 because there were barely any flights available. In April we filled our K1, after finally gathering all of the required documents with the help of our attorney. Now, here is the problem. I started noticing a lot of couples decided to void their K1 and instead get married while visitting and apply for AOS. I always thought applying for AOS while on ESTA or tourist visa was hard to convince not being a fraud, therefor not worth the risk. But I guess due to the pandemic it isn't so hard. Now I am kicking myself in the ### for not getting married to my fiance and applying for AOS while I was there and just continuing our K1. I just want to be with him and I hate being apart so much. Please someone tell me I haven't made a huge mistake. I honestly feel so depressed and nausious because of it. I feel like I have missed a chance on being with him until I get green card there, and instead went back and now we don't know how long our K1 will even take.
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