DNL's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Virginia
Beneficiary's Name: Songkhla
VJ Member: DNL
Last Updated: 2019-05-11
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Timeline Comments: 5
DNL on 2018-10-12 said:
After 20 days the payment has not been processed. Worried about what happened.
DNL on 2018-10-24 said:
Siam Legal - I have been working with Martin Juarez at the Bangkok office but I don't seem to be getting anywhere. 30 days have gone by and no NOA1. I called USCIS and there is no record of my petition in the system.
DNL on 2019-02-21 said:
We were told by the law offices that the I-129F was sent on 9/20/2018 but Visa Journey does not allow a gap that wide as it was well over 30 days. Set the NOA1 date and backed the sent date out as far as it would let me 10/1/2018.
Deanwinchester on 2019-02-21 said:
Once you get an NOA2 get the police report and medical plus everything else. Get the single cert ASAP too. It’s hard to get. You need a family member and town mayor/Village leader. Get all your translations done as the Thai docs come in. Email or call the NVC once your petition is approved. Then after the NVC notifies you it has sent it to the embassy email the embassy for the packet 3 cover letter. You have to be proactive the whole entire time. Our process was so quick except for this last leg in which I waited too long now we are about one month behind. Heed my advice above. Also if you can get the police certificate and the medical on the same trip because the hospital in Bangkok is literally 10 minutes away from the police clearance center.
Deanwinchester on 2019-05-10 said:
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