pushbrk's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: pushbrk
Beneficiary's Name: Mrspushbrk
VJ Member: pushbrk
Last Updated: 2012-05-28
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Tim4 on 2019-12-06 said:
Hi pushbrk, I read some of replies on other VJ members' posts and found them very helpful and straightforward. Since I am a newbie here with VJ and do not know to get help with our case, I thought it's wise to start by asking for some insights from you. Hopefully you can point me to how I should prepare for my case. Thank you in advance. So, here is our case: I am Vietnamese and my wife is American. We have been married for over 6 years and have two children. Since getting married, we have been living in South Korea (third country). So my wife is the petitioner and I am the beneficiary. We paper-filed our I-130 / I-130A and mailed them to the Lockbox location last September. We already have our PD 09/13/19 and NOA1 09/18/19. Our service center is Nebraska and our case receipt starts with IOE. We are still waiting for the approval. Background: I have a B1/B2 visa and have been using this visa to travel to the US for about 8 times in the past 10 years. Never overstayed my visa. I have two questions as follow: 1. Does it complicate the case if I visit the US with my B1/B2 visa while my IR-1 is under processing? (Just for a short trip visiting my wife's family in case of a special event.) 2. Since we filed I-130 from South Korea, our physical and mailing address, we indicated Seoul US Embassy in our form I-130. In case we move to Vietnam in March next year, can we then update our Vietnam address to USCIS (perhaps during NVC stage) and ask for the interview at the US Embassy in Vietnam instead of the one in Korea? I guess the same question with where to to have the medical vaccinations. Thanks for responding, pushbrk! I appreciate your time and your wisdom. Tim
Pushbrk on 2019-12-06 said:
Please post your questions in the applicable public forum, where others can benefit from the discussions. That's how Visajourney.com works. If you want a personal Immigration Consultant, see Platinum Immigration Services on the VJ Partner page. https://www.visajourney.com/partners/platinum-immigration-services/
Tim4 on 2019-12-08 said:
OK, I will look for for the public forum. Sorry, I am still navigating this site. Thanks!
Honeypoof on 2020-05-09 said:
Just want to say thanks for all the helpful responses you share. You've been a big help to me in the AOS process.
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