KimGi's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Kim
Beneficiary's Name: Igi
VJ Member: KimGi
Last Updated: 2020-07-08
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Immigration Checklist for Kim & Igi:
Timeline Comments: 15
Robigen Narvasa on 2019-10-12 said:
Did you have a receipt number that starts with IOE?
KimGi on 2019-10-13 said:
No. Our receipt nu,ber starts with LIN.
Robigen Narvasa on 2019-10-13 said:
Oh wow so you we’re approved in just 3 months at Nebraska service center. Congrats
KimGi on 2019-10-13 said:
Yes thank you. If it wasnt for the member’s advice and encouragement from the Nebraska FB group our case would still be stacked up somewhere right now. They encouraged us to file K3.
IsItLekker on 2020-07-04 said:
Congratulations on your visa approval you guys! <3
KimGi on 2020-07-04 said:
Thank you so much ✨✨
TJL on 2020-07-07 said:
Hi! Congrats on your approval! My Wife had her interview on the same day as you and she was approved! Could you please keep us updated on when you receive your Visa? Consul said 3-4 weeks, but from what I can gather, it's been usually 3-4 days. I'll update our timeline when we get ours. Currently, nothing is trackable on the 2Go website.
Hello. the embassy issued my husband’s visa on the July 6th and gave him 48 hrs to enter the US.
Consulate contacted him to have it picked up at the embassy.
TJL on 2020-07-08 said:
Wow! Okay. Well, I'm glad it worked out for you! Congrats again!
User555 on 2020-07-20 said:
I'm surprised your K3 was approved. USCIS only granted 5 K3 visas in 2019. https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/Statistics/AnnualReports/FY2019AnnualReport/FY19AnnualReport-TableXVI-B.pdf
KimGi on 2020-07-20 said:
Hello our K3 was denied, but it did help review our case again and approved our cr1 under 4 months
User555 on 2020-07-21 said:
Interesting. We didn't file K3, but got approved in 5 months for the CR1 at the Texas Service Center.
KimGi on 2020-07-21 said:
A fellow applicant, whose case was also in Nebraska, hooked us up to some “game” 😁😂
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