SumHas's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: S
Beneficiary's Name: H
VJ Member: SumHas
Last Updated: 2023-09-10
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Timeline Comments: 15
FatemaZAlam on 2023-03-16 said:
Hello! We are from the same country. Its great to see someone from Bangladesh on VisaJourney. I saw your post on March 2022 filers forum. Our timelines are very similar. My i130 didnâ€™t get approved yet. How do you know your case got transferred to Nebraska?
SumHas on 2023-03-16 said:
Hi Fatema. Yes, it's nice to see others from the same country. I didn't get an approval yet and it's driving me insane. Thinking about doing a congressional inquiry if I don't hear back by next month. I wrote to them inquiring from my uscis account about which Service Center my case is processing. They took roughly about 3 weeks to respond. I also asked them when I called them to find out some information. Hopefully that helped answer your question.
FatemaZAlam on 2023-04-06 said:
Congrats on your i130 approval! Did you write to your congressman? Could you give an idea about what you emailed them?
SumHas on 2023-04-06 said:
Thank you. I went to their website and submitted a request for help with a federal agency. You just have input the information they require. I actually reached out to two, one said nothing will happen if they inquire because it's still within normal processing time. The other one just submitted the inquiry yesterday, so I doubt it had anything to do with that but you can go ahead try. Try all necessary options that's at your disposal. InshaAllah you'll hear back soon in coming weeks.
FatemaZAlam on 2023-05-24 said:
Hello! Hope youâ€™re doing well. How long did it take at the NVC stage for you to be DQ?
SumHas on 2023-05-25 said:
I haven't submitted any documents yet because my husband's police report got lost and now we are waiting for the second one to come. They say it takes roughly about 2 weeks for them to review the documents.
FatemaZAlam on 2023-09-10 said:
Hello! Hope you’re doing well. Is your husband done with his interview yet?
Yes. He got his approval. Will be here next week inshaAllah. What's happening with your husband's case? Did he get an interview dare yet?
Did you expedite your case? Dhaka embassy is taking a long time for giving out interview letters. When was your DQ date? I still did not get my interview letter. Did your husband appear for interview from Dhaka embassy?
Dq date was June 27th, a month after we submitted the documents. Our request to expedite was approved because of my pregnancy. May be that's why it was done sooner. Did you create a ustravel account?
MashaAllah! Congrats, you’re expecting! Yeah that could be the reason for expedite. It makes sense now. I still haven’t created a ustravel account. I did not get the email instructing to create one though. When did you create yours? After getting the interview letter?
I created it before the interview letter. If you create an account you can send them messages asking for an update. Thank you, I had a baby girl in May.
Where exactly did you create the account? If you could provide a link, would really appreciate it. TIA
Ovaaaao1 on 2023-09-23 said:
HI, I am glad to see you both in VJ from Bangladesh. Just a simple question, I see you got your interview within 4 months after NVC received. That was pretty fast. Did you expedite? I got DQ'ed last week.
SumHas on 2023-10-16 said:
@fatema the website is ustraveldocs.com @ovaaaao1 My lawyer requested for expedited case, they approved it.
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