Gabyrd's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Gary
Beneficiary's Name: Stef
VJ Member: Gabyrd
Last Updated: 2018-12-19
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Timeline Comments: 4
Gabyrd on 2018-09-30 said:
Was very disappointed when we received the RFE. I mailed the request information express mail next day. I received the NOA2 today about a week and a half after sending the information. We're happy, surprised and blessed by God.
Gabyrd on 2018-11-04 said:
If you call the NVC for your case# and it's a available you can schedule your medical and your interview. My fiance gave it about 10 days after receiving the case # by phone to schedule medical so there was a month between and because it did take the NVC about 2 weeks to get it to Manila consulate. I had scheduled a trip after we received the dreaded RFE thinking nothing would happen until next year but it just seems that God wanted me to be there on Nov 27th for her interview so off I go 5th trip in 4 years.
Ms Peggy on 2018-11-08 said:
Hi! Did you receive an eligibilty letter or instruction letter after the NVC sent your case to USEM? Thanks in advance!! :)
JunandMay on 2018-12-08 said:
Nag administrative status din ako, kinontak nba kau whats needed?
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