H & T's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Ho
Beneficiary's Name: Te
VJ Member: H & T
Last Updated: 2020-09-16
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Timeline Comments: 8
Yooji0909 on 2020-01-22 said:
Did you receive NOA1 by email or mail?
H & T on 2020-01-27 said:
We received it via mail but because we submitted our documents online, NOA1 was viewable on the myUSCIS account after 1-2 business days.
Dindin on 2020-05-13 said:
your recived your DS-261 too fast. I have'nt receive mine. :(
H & T on 2020-05-13 said:
Have you checked spam folders? I read there were some people who got the NVC welcome email in their spam folders.
Dindin on 2020-05-15 said:
Nope. Should the petitioner receive the welcome letter form NVC?
H & T on 2020-05-15 said:
In our case, both the petitioner and beneficiary received the welcome letter by email. The hard copy arrived a few days later to the petitioner's mailing address. If a certain time passes, you can probably start calling NVC to ask for your case number. I hope you receive it soon.
IsItLekker on 2020-08-31 said:
Congratulations on getting your interview date! Did you apply for an expedite?
H & T on 2020-08-31 said:
Thank you! Yes, we did apply for an expedite.
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