Coin3's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Griffin
Beneficiary's Name: Papassorn
VJ Member: Coin3
Last Updated: 2022-05-21
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Timeline Comments: 8
Shaniya on 2020-07-14 said:
Hi ... Im a beneficiary from Thailand too. I would like to know the update about your case after Noa2. Is it still stuck at NVC? thank you^^
Coin3 on 2020-07-14 said:
Yes, stuck at the NVC until the embassy in Thailand opens. Hope it's sooner than later! 😂
Shaniya on 2020-08-21 said:
the embassy in thailand is still closed??
Coin3 on 2020-08-21 said:
They are opening slowly, but have not started regular processing of K visas yet.
Gdawge on 2021-01-26 said:
Congrats! Ours left the nvc too today!!
Elkski on 2021-01-26 said:
Ours left too. Your a month earlier noa1 than us. Please update us when you get interview date.
Kc&steph on 2021-04-11 said:
Hi I'm a beneficiary based in Bangkok. Do please keep updating especially with the new third wave of COVID, I'm wondering how long the interviews will be delayed for. All the best!
Coin3 on 2021-04-12 said:
Hi Kc&steph, We just scheduled our interview for 6/28. The earliest available date was 6/14, and the only dates available were Mondays and Tuesdays for 3 weeks from 6/14. Each day had about 5 to 10 appointment slots in the early morning available. I also hope that they don't have to delay interviews any more due to COVID!
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