Anmol Yash's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Anmol
Beneficiary's Name: Yash
VJ Member: Anmol Yash
Last Updated: 2021-02-17
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Great, did u guys file any expedite or i129?
That’s good news, congratulations 💕
Thank you so much ❤️
Josubi on 2020-04-08 said:
My PD on 8th October-Texas.Date changes happened on 31march,4th April and 6th April. Hope for the best.
Good luck @Josubi!!
NGorge on 2020-04-20 said:
Hello.. Congrats on the 1st approval. Just got mine today. Just had a question if you don't mind. How do we determine if NVC received our doc? Do you or Yash get the mail?
Anmol Yash on 2020-04-20 said:
Yes, we both received an email the very next day with our case number and login info
Wow. That's great. They say it takes 30 days hence asked. Thanks for the info. All the best with the future proceedings.
Lolonyo on 2020-05-09 said:
You've already been DQ'd on 5/9? Is that a mistake?
Anmol Yash on 2020-05-09 said:
Not a mistake!! We received our DQ email a couple of hours ago 😍 we still can't believe it!
Yesha PC on 2021-01-11 said:
Hey! Did you guys expedite your case or is this the normal processing time after re-opening of the embassy! Happy for you, good luck on the interview!
Anmol Yash on 2021-01-12 said:
This is normal processing after re-opening! Thank you so much 😍
AlanDan99 on 2021-02-15 said:
Did they mail you guys the appointment letter or was it just the email?
Anmol Yash on 2021-02-15 said:
Just the email!
Sandeep Pabbi on 2021-02-17 said:
Wats your experience pls share
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