Adejumo's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Kristi
Beneficiary's Name: Adedamola
VJ Member: Adejumo
Last Updated: 2019-09-13
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Timeline Comments: 3
My Bee & Me on 2019-03-29 said:
You're filling out your timeline all wrong. Did you really submit an I129 AND an I130? One is for Fiancés, the other is for Spouses. You can be only one or the other. This is why VJ is unable to provide you with good estimates. Also, the Embassy/Consulate review is a review of your experience of the Embassy/Consulate. Asking where a medical can be done and the cost is for a forum, not a review. That's like people wanting you to tell your experience of living in CA, and your response is asking their favorite color instead. Your rating of Very Poor on the Nigerian Consulate is in fact incorrect as you have not had an interview. Please change it. You're only going to frighten those waiting for their appointment due to your lack of understanding of what information goes where, and working through the maze of Naija is bad enough. Yes, the medical can be done in Abuja. The cost will be determined greatly upon vaccinations already had and can be up to approximately $300. Try searching the forums or use Google. Most of this journey will be up to you to research and do your homework for. It's a huge process. Please treat it with the care and respect it deserves.
Adejumo on 2019-05-03 said:
The NVC was approved today. Does anyone know how long it is taking to get an interview in Lagos,Nigeria?
Adejumo on 2019-05-03 said:
My bee and me yes I did do both as you can. The I-130 gives a green card and the other does not and that was suppose to be a faster process. I have done nothing but update my process accordingly. How dare you accuse me of not appreciating the process. Also this website is called Visa Journey and its about the whole process not just the consultant. I did not rate the consulate at all so I don’t know where that rating came from. Not sure why you think you have the authority to tell people what they can post.
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