Peter1479's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Peter
Beneficiary's Name: Diana
VJ Member: Peter1479
Last Updated: 2020-03-12
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Timeline Comments: 7
Peter1479 on 2019-08-25 said:
Before receiving my NOA1, my packet was returned because I filled out the I-129f on an outdated form, then I resent the package on 8/17/19. They received it on 8/19/19.
JurisDoctor on 2020-01-17 said:
Hey Peter, datewise you guys are two weeks ahead of us. Can I ask you a few questions re process of after you received NVC case #?
Peter1479 on 2020-01-17 said:
Feel free to ask anything you like. After I received the NVC case number, it was mailed to the consulate in Moscow. I got a confirmation email when it arrived in Moscow, saying we can set up an interview date. The email gives you different links to follow and fill out.
JurisDoctor on 2020-02-19 said:
How long did it take to schedule the interview. Days, weeks? We have received the email, registered but no calendar available...
Peter1479 on 2020-02-19 said:
We were able to schedule in one day. We originally were thinking March, but the only ones that were open were in February.
JurisDoctor on 2020-02-22 said:
Peter, I hope it is a last question in re K-1. i registered my fiancee for the interview. Now, the embassy website advises to send docs over email for pre-screening. Did you guys sent any docs? If yes, what did you include? Just the passport, certificate of birth and registration form or you also sent the I-134, employment letters, etc?? Thank you!
Peter1479 on 2020-02-22 said:
Pretty much everything that was listed here: https://ru.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/fiancee-visa/the-interview/
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