Raizee's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: A
Beneficiary's Name: Nas
VJ Member: Raizee
Country: United Arab Emirates
Last Updated: 2020-02-05
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Timeline Comments: 6
Hi there. I see your case left NVC on the 12 and they got it on the 14th and packet 3 came on the 26th?? Our case left NVC on the 21st this month and still showing in transit ?! Is your time line accurate ? I’m getting frustrated. Good luck on your interview Today!!
Raizee on 2020-01-29 said:
Yes its all correct as we received, i added the same dates, dont worry it depend on case to case, it will be updated soon, its only 8 days, keep checking the status. Thanks we got approved :)
Yeaaaaa I’m so happy for you ! How was interview ??
Also did they need bank statements of petitioner
Raizee on 2020-01-30 said:
Interview was very smooth and easy, and believe me iw as so much worried dont know what they will ask and blah blah blah..... but she just asked few basic questions like what i do here how long i live here and what my fiance do, and how often and how we met first time, that's it. make sure you have all documents which they will list in P3 because they need all of them before starting your interview. they dont need bank statement as i said above only documents which are listed in P3 and your evidence of relationship, pics letters and messages etc.
AhmednDanyal on 2020-01-30 said:
🙏🏽 Thank you so much and welcome to USA 🇺🇸🇺🇸🥰
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