MikeandJessica's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Mike
Beneficiary's Name: Jessica
VJ Member: MikeandJessica
Last Updated: 2022-11-17
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Timeline Comments: 7
MikeandJessica on 2022-09-02 said:
If anyone out there has similar timeline and countries involved, would love to hear about your case. Thanks, Mike and Jessica
MikeandJessica on 2022-10-08 said:
I-129f was closed as they approved our I-130. Case sent to NVC, fees paid, applications for wife and children submitted, all documents submitted. NVC reviewing documents...... almost there :-)
TennilleO on 2022-11-03 said:
Congrats on being close to the end. Did you expedite your case?
TennilleO on 2022-11-24 said:
Hello, following your timeliness to see what processing is like. Did you expedite your case?
MikeandJessica on 2022-11-24 said:
We didn't have to expedite. It only took about a month before NVC looked at our paperwork and applications. NVC reviewed and accepted our case in 1 day. Is waiting for consulate interview date. Close now 😀
VIC22 on 2022-12-12 said:
Man your case is moving at the speed of light 😀. Did you expedite your case or is it “what God cannot do does not exist”? Hahaha
MikeandJessica on 2022-12-12 said:
VIC22, case was not expedited. Has been moving forward with God's help all along the way. We are waiting to hear from NVC on VISA Interview date???? Hopefully soon. Anyone out there know what is happening for scheduling at Lagos?
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