Rexxx's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: LS
Beneficiary's Name: MK
VJ Member: Rexxx
Last Updated: 2019-08-17
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Timeline Comments: 6
AresCarrys on 2019-07-04 said:
How did you get the process to move so fast?
Rexxx on 2019-07-07 said:
Hi, A, sorry to reply you late. Maybe I am just lucky, as you can see from the form, I was fall under IOE electronic filing, USCIS has processed my case super fast. In additional to that, I have been talking with US Embassy Tokyo since I started preparing I130, they pre-approvd my expedite request during our email conversation. Therefore, as soon as my case reached NVC, NVC sent the case to Tokyo right away, then had my interview date the second date. You can too reach out to their Immigrant Visa Unit and talk about your situation, they are extremely nice and willing to help!
Yumburger on 2019-07-10 said:
Do you need to be in certain situation to qualify for an expedite?
Rexxx on 2019-07-11 said:
there is a list of expedite criteria in USCIS website, but I would say whether you meet them or not, give a try. I didn't meet any and they approved mine.
Yumburger on 2019-07-11 said:
Thats awesome! Thanks for sharing.
Cculbertson81 on 2019-08-13 said:
Congratulations on your approval! I'm glad you and your wife were able to get everything taken care of in such a quick time frame. I hope she can join you stateside soon!
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