Comanutd33's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: say
Beneficiary's Name: sam
VJ Member: Comanutd33
Last Updated: 2021-01-07
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Timeline Comments: 7
Kamorable on 2019-12-10 said:
Hello, Can you tell me how you were notified of your interview? My fiance received a letter in the mail (from NVC) stating the case was received at the embassy. But we were hoping it was the letter with the interview date as it has been about 2 months CEAC said our case was ready for an interview.
Comanutd33 on 2019-12-10 said:
Hey it takes about 3 months after the embassy receives your case for them to schedule an interview
Kamorable on 2019-12-19 said:
WELCOME TO THE STATES!!!!
Comanutd33 on 2019-12-20 said:
❤️ thank you
NGill on 2019-12-29 said:
Hello.. My fiancé had interviewed on Dec 18 and was approved but on Dec 23 received email for DS5535. On CEAC it now shows non-immigrant = administration processing with last update on Dec 19? any advice if this means we will get visa soon or this just me. Because I keep reading that if it changes to non-immigrant it is a good sign.
Comanutd33 on 2019-12-29 said:
you should have the visa soon! Send in the DS5535 anyway
USA-GermanyLove on 2021-01-19 said:
Congrats on your Interview!! Good Luck, and keep us updated please :-)
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