NGill's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Navjot
Beneficiary's Name: Amandeep
VJ Member: NGill
Last Updated: 2020-03-15
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Timeline Comments: 8
Ujjwal Bhasin on 2019-12-25 said:
Hi Navjot, I am a beneficiary in Canada on a study permit, after noa2 did you guys receive a packet 3 via email or did they send you a mail on your finances Canadian address? Can you explain me how this works? Thanks
Hi navjot/aman. I also got ds 5535 after my interview. I m from punjab india but living here in australia from last 5 years. I gave my interview at sydney consulate. Can you pls update me if u already got ur visa? How long it took from the date u submitted ds 5535 to the date u finally get ur visa. I will really appreciate ur response.
I guess, all people from India receives ds 5535? Not sure it happens to us because we live in other countries.
I just read that on 27th jan this couple was asked to submit the passport..it means they got their visa...but u know what the funny thing is? People keep updating and asking when there are waiting 4 visa but when they got their visa, they dont even bother to update that they got visa...atleast, it can help other people to understand the timeline..anyway...i m waiting 4 my visa..its been 3.5 weeks.. :)
True, but I am not sure why do people from India get it, is it something mandatory that everyone will get?
Becoz we r from shit and corrupt country
Guess I can’t say anything to that.
So whats ur case status mate...i m in AP since jan last week.. what about u...what visa have u applied for...where r u living at the moment nd where u originally from...
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