Maire's US Immigration Timeline

  Petitioner's Name: M
Beneficiary's Name: A
VJ Member: Maire
Country: Cuba

Last Updated: 2010-08-17
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Immigration Checklist for M & A:

USCIS I-129F Petition:      
Dept of State K1 Visa:    
USCIS I-485 Petition:  
USCIS I-765 Petition:      
USCIS I-131 Petition:      
USCIS I-751 Petition:  
USCIS N-400 Petition:  


K1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : Vermont Service Center
Transferred? No
Consulate : Switzerland
I-129F Sent : 2009-02-06
I-129F NOA1 : 2009-02-10
I-129F RFE(s) : NONE
RFE Reply(s) :
I-129F NOA2 : 2009-06-08
NVC Received : 2009-06-10
Date Case #, IIN, and BIN assigned :
NVC Left : 2009-06-11
Consulate Received : 2009-06-13
Packet 3 Received :
Packet 3 Sent :
Packet 4 Received :
Interview Date : 2009-09-03 Submit Review
Interview Result : Approved
Second Interview
(If Required):
Second Interview Result:
Visa Received : 2009-09-10
US Entry : 2009-10-21
Marriage : 2010-04-09
Comments : The interview was tougher than I thought and I highly recommend for the petitioner to attend if possible. They ask all kind of questions and be prepared to present sufficient documentation (specially financial). It is important to be prepared and practice with ur SO before the interview. Some of the questions that were asked were:
-Where is he going to live?
-What is he going to do in the USA?
-When did we decided to get married?
-How did we inform our families?
-How did we meet?
-How do we communicate and how often?
-Does he has family in the USA?and if so who?
-Does he have family in Cuba?
-What are our plans for the wedding?
-Where do I work?
-Do I go to school?
-Have we been married before?Kids?
-Where we single before meeting each other?
-She asked me to explain what is the K1 visa.
-Asked him if he was part of any Communist organization.
-Why do we want to get married?
And others that I dont recall...
Also, if the US citizen attends the interview with the US passport u can enter with no problems...After entering the receptionist provides u with a form that the US citizen completes so that you can have the interview as soon as possible...this is great as we did not have to wait for a long time...

Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your I-129f was approved in 118 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 205 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.


Adjustment of Status
Event Date
CIS Office : Miami FL
Date Filed : 2010-05-07
NOA Date : 2010-05-13
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2010-06-08
AOS Transfer** :
Interview Date : 2010-08-04 Submit Review
Approval / Denial Date : 2010-08-04
Approved : Yes
Got I551 Stamp : No
Greencard Received: 2010-08-16
Comments : The official was just asking questions in regards as to why we married after the 90 days that we were provided. However, we explained that we had a lot of adjustment issues at the beginning of the relationships. At the end everything worked out and the resident card was approved.


Employment Authorization Document
Event Date
CIS Office : Chicago National Office
Filing Method : Mail
Filing Instance : First
Date Filed : 2010-05-07
NOA Date : 2010-05-13
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2010-06-08
Approved Date :
Date Card Received : 2010-06-24
Comments :
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Based on timeline data, your EAD may be adjudicated between December 19, 2010 and January 16, 2011*.

If this date range has passed or your application is past due per USCIS processing times then you should consider calling the USCIS to inquire on your petition. If you have been approved please update your timeline.


Member Reviews:

POE Review: Miami
Event Description
Entry Date : 2009-10-21
Embassy Review : They were very nice to him and did all the paperwork in a timely manner. We are very satisfied!!!!
Harassment Level : Low


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*Notice about estimates: The estimates are based off averages of other members recent experiences
(documented in their timelines) for the same benefit/petition/application at the same filing location.
Individual results may vary as every case is not always 'average'. Past performance does not necessarily
predict future results. The 'as early as date' may change over time based on current reported processing
times from members. There have historically been cases where a benefit/petition/application processing
briefly slows down or stops and this can not be predicted. Use these dates as reference only and do not
rely on them for planning. As always you should check the USCIS processing times to see if your application
is past due.

** Not all cases are transfered

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