Ama030302019's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Renee
Beneficiary's Name: Joseph
VJ Member: Ama030302019
Last Updated: 2020-02-12
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Timeline Comments: 8
MissyB651 on 2019-09-23 said:
How did you link your profiles together?
Ama030302019 on 2019-11-26 said:
When you open this timeline to edit,,, scroll to the very bottom and there is the section to link the profiles. You partner needs to give you the ID from their profile on visajourney and then you can link them!
Abamichelle on 2020-02-12 said:
Congratulations! I’m happy for you!!
Jordana Chapman on 2020-02-12 said:
Hi and congratulations on finally receiving the visa approval. My fiancé is from Ghana as well and I just got our NVC case number today. I was wondering if you know how soon the visa will be available after the interview?
Squidiw on 2020-02-12 said:
Congrats!! I have a question, my fiancée would be using a Co sponsor for our K1 and I heard co sponsor gets a hard time at the Ghana embassy. I'd like to know you know anyone that used a Co sponsor and didn't have any issues or anything related to that. Thanks
Abamichelle thank you so much!
Jordana Chapman we are still waiting to see the interview was yesterday I will follow up on here and update you how long it takes for the visa to be ready for pick up after the interview
Squidiw I do not know from anyone personally who used a cosponsor from Ghana! if you use facebook you might want to check out a fb group called K1 Visa Filers 2018-2020 and ask there!
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