Little Piggy's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: A
Beneficiary's Name: S
VJ Member: Little Piggy
Country: Hong Kong
Last Updated: 2019-10-08
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Timeline Comments: 2
Renewable on 2019-09-26 said:
Congratulations in your progress! When you sent your packet 3 response, did you have your Hong Kong Police certificate in hand? Assuming not, when did you apply for it; and what document did you use, the one in the packet 3 or the NVC with case #?? We are waiting for our packet 3... and wondering if we should apply for the HK PC with the NVC case paperwork or wait for the packet 3. Did you get an email version of the packet 3 or was it a physical packet mailed to your residence?
Little Piggy on 2019-09-26 said:
I applied for the Certificate of No Criminal Conviction a few days after I replied the U.S. Consulate. Actually it is advised to reply the U.S. Consulate after you apply for the Certificate of No Criminal Conviction because it takes around 1 month to process it. And the U.S Consulate will schedule an interview for you in around 1 month after they receive your package 3 response. You can only apply for the Certificate of No Criminal Conviction after receiving package 3 as they need to see the letter. You have to bring your package 3 and HKID card to the Police Headquarters (actually they only need the first page which has your name on it and you need to make a photocopy beforehand). But anyways I bought the whole package 3 as it is not that heavy. You will get the physical packet in mailbox. Just need to check your mailbox from time to time. Hope it helps.
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