americaninlove's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Amanda
Beneficiary's Name: Paul
VJ Member: americaninlove
Last Updated: 2019-01-16
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Timeline Comments: 8
SFSM on 2018-11-23 said:
Similar timeline here..... still waiting for letter from Frankfurt embassy!!!!
Americaninlove on 2018-11-24 said:
Wow! Except your NOA1 was like 6 weeks after mine lol. So when are you expecting the P3? I'm hoping it comes Monday (I looked at other people's timelines from Germany and it seemed about 9 days). Where are you in the process? Are you beneficiary or in the USA? My fiancé did the medical last week and submitted the DS-160 today. He's pretty much done gathering everything for the P3 but can't find his stupid divorce certificate. Once he finds that (hopefully this weekend) he will be ready to send it back the same day. I can't wait for this to be over!
SFSM on 2018-11-24 said:
I'm the beneficiary here in Berlin. Just checking online (NVC case status) and it says "ready" for the last ~10 days. I'm going to call them on Monday to ask more information. Hopefully next week I also get the packet 3. I have a medical appointment scheduled for Dec.6 and I need to get my police report.
Americaninlove on 2018-11-27 said:
Hi have you gotten your P3 yet? Nothing for us yet. Been at consulate for 12 days so really hoping soon!
SFSM on 2018-12-03 said:
Hi! No I haven't received anything yet! What about you??
Americaninlove on 2018-12-03 said:
It came today and he sent it back same day. I did email them Friday and they replied and said it had been mailed on Nov 28th. email@example.com is the email and just include your name and case number (FRA number).
SFSM on 2018-12-04 said:
Thank you for the info!!
Americaninlove on 2018-12-08 said:
You must have received it by now? Hoping so!
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