Jon & Ygritte's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Jon
Beneficiary's Name: Ygritte
VJ Member: Jon & Ygritte
Last Updated: 2020-06-15
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Timeline Comments: 12
Faryalmalik on 2019-07-05 said:
Did u rec your noa2 receipt
Jon & Ygritte on 2019-07-05 said:
@Faryalmalik Yes, 5 days after it was approved.
Faryalmalik on 2019-07-06 said:
Thnk u fr response
Andy & Val on 2019-07-27 said:
Congrats my friend! I wish us all luck on this long excruciating journey. I've got my eyes on you...Lol
Musicsaves on 2019-09-06 said:
Congrats on i 130 approval!
Musicsaves on 2020-05-28 said:
Finally!!! Happy for you
Renee Bua on 2020-06-06 said:
Hi... have you received your visa yet? Or do you have to wait for the visa services to begin again that were suspended due to covid?
IsItLekker on 2020-06-08 said:
Did you guys ever manage to make it to your interview?
Jon & Ygritte on 2020-06-09 said:
Yes, we had the interview on May 28th. The doctor's report wasn't in however so we are still waiting for the visa. Hoping to see it issued this week!
Jon & Ygritte on 2020-06-10 said:
Visa issued today! Hurrah!
Ujjwal on 2020-06-11 said:
Hi, do you mind explaining what reason you gave for them to expedite the interview process. My fiancé is alone during the pandemic as well, can you share some more details?
Jon & Ygritte on 2020-06-12 said:
@Ujjwal My husband belongs to a risk group for Covid19 as he is 60 plus and has high blood pressure. We stated that he needs my support if he should get ill as he is living alone. We also stated that I live in a multi-generational household in my country which is a risk factor to me. I would recommend you to apply for your case to be expedited by the embassy whatever reasons you have. Some embassies seem to be generous with approving expedites due to Covid19, and so may your embassy be. All you risk is a "no". Good luck!
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