sonu's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: M
Beneficiary's Name: H
VJ Member: sonu
Last Updated: 2019-11-08
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Immigration Checklist for M & H:
Timeline Comments: 12
I think we met on the day of interview. As i have my interview on the 8th too, it went well. Just a quick one, what's your status showing on the website ? The Consular told me that they intend to give me visa, so they gonna hold my passport for two weeks. But on the website it says my case is currently undergoing necessary administrative processing ? And idea where i stand now ?
Mine also says administrative processing. I would give it time if the co said it's approved.
Yeah was not expecting that, this came as a surprise to me. Hopefully it gets updated soon in our case.
That's what usually happens from what I have heard
Yeah that's what i thought until i heard from another person on this forum who had interview a day before and she is claiming she had her status saying issued, but with male applicants its different.
The interview was for my wife. Sooo don't know.
Yeah keeping fingers cross, kindly leave a comment here if you get any update. Many Thanks :)
Ok will do
Shazy on 2019-11-12 said:
Hi Sonu, Glad to hear that visa has been approved. Can you please let me know the list of document which you sent to NVC. Thank you
Sonu on 2019-11-12 said:
1) 2018 Tax return transcript 2) Marriage Certificate URDU 3) Marriage Certificate URDU to English translation (attested/notarized) 4) Marriage Certificate NADRA 5) Recent Pay stub 6) Employment letter from HR 7) Data page of passport. 8) Birth Certificate https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/collect-and-submit-forms-and-documents-to-the-nvc/step-5-collect-supporting-documents.html
Ammar Ch on 2019-11-14 said:
Got the email yesterday from the tracking services, collected passport today with the stamped visa :)
Sonu on 2019-11-14 said:
Very nice MashAllah. What's the entry date on it.
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