Julia SSS's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: R
Beneficiary's Name: J
VJ Member: Julia SSS
Last Updated: 2020-03-27
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Timeline Comments: 4
JurisDoctor on 2020-01-29 said:
Did you guys get a date for the interview yet?
JurisDoctor on 2020-02-20 said:
Good luck tomorrow! Hey, I am in process of scheduling the interview. How long did it take to catch the date on calendar? Did you ever get your account frozen for "up to 72 hours" while checking the dates? If yes for how long they froze it?
JurisDoctor on 2020-02-22 said:
Julia, I would appreciate if you could help with the folowing: 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!
JurisDoctor on 2020-03-27 said:
Congrats, you guys were able to entrer with all these quarantines!
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