burmel's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Glenda
Beneficiary's Name: Robert
VJ Member: burmel
Last Updated: 2021-04-30
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Timeline Comments: 8
CrystalNeufeld on 2020-05-07 said:
Hello, my husband and I were married 7/17/2019 and NOA1 was September 23, 2019. Congratulations on being approved! I thought I would ask if you had any updates between NOA1 and NOA2? I have heard nothing since the first notice and just worry! Thank you!
Burmel on 2020-05-08 said:
No. There was nothing at all. We just feel so lucky to have been approved as quickly as we were. We were expecting longer.
CrystalNeufeld on 2020-05-08 said:
Thanks for the response! Yes, I am so happy for you! The quote on this website for us is May 5-June 20, I hope it will be true for us! I was afraid that between the two notices people were getting some sign that their case was being worked on so I feel better if you didnt hear anything until now!
A & Y on 2020-05-09 said:
Did you submit online?
Burmel on 2020-05-09 said:
No. We sent the whole package by courier to Phoenix on about Dec. 3, 2019 and got email notice of our NOA 1 on Dec. 6. A letter followed with that Dec. 6 date as out NOA1.
A & Y on 2020-05-09 said:
Thank you for the info! We sent package as well and NOA1 is on Dec. 9th so hopefully, we will get NOA2 soon! Thanks again and Congratulations!!!
SJS8581 on 2020-05-11 said:
Hi did you file from abroad as well? We have, and sent paper form Jan 29 to Texas, its now at Nebraska. No updates though besides receipt number.
Burmel on 2020-05-12 said:
We actually filed from Texas and sent it by courier to the Phoenix Lockbox.. We heard nothing after the NOA1 until we got the email from the NVC.
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