B&ANZ's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: A
Beneficiary's Name: B
VJ Member: B&ANZ
Country: New Zealand
Last Updated: 2020-09-20
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Timeline Comments: 9
L&K2020 on 2020-04-23 said:
Hi there.. I’m curious as to when you filed the K3 paperwork ? Thanks so much and congratulations on the super quick approval. I filed 4 days after you, but didn’t file the K3 as yet.
IsItLekker on 2020-07-27 said:
Congratulations on receiving your interview date you guys! Did you expedite your case at all?
B&ANZ on 2020-07-28 said:
Thanks! Yes, our case was expedited after DQ.
GiggsMcGill on 2020-08-05 said:
Can I ask what your expedite reason was? I think it's time I do something like that - we got married in April 2018 and have been going through the process since May 2018 - almost 2.5 years now... if we hadn't invested so much time and money we'd honestly just be so over it now.
IsItLekker on 2020-08-12 said:
Hope your interview went well!
MrSayed on 2020-09-15 said:
Congrats on your approval,. I envy you guys in NZ. you are always in future. 20/17 hrs ahead of US.
IsItLekker on 2020-09-16 said:
Congratulations you guys! That is great news!
Mimi@25 on 2020-09-16 said:
B&ANZ on 2020-09-17 said:
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is past due.
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