gezzuzz's US Immigration Timeline

  Petitioner's Name: Gerald
Beneficiary's Name: Liza
VJ Member: gezzuzz
Country: Chile

Last Updated: 2015-03-08
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Immigration Checklist for Gerald & Liza:

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 : Chile
I-129F Sent : 2010-03-30
I-129F NOA1 : 2010-04-01
I-129F RFE(s) :
RFE Reply(s) :
I-129F NOA2 : 2010-06-16
NVC Received : 2010-06-19
Date Case #, IIN, and BIN assigned :
NVC Left : 2010-06-22
Consulate Received : 2010-06-24
Packet 3 Received : 2010-07-08
Packet 3 Sent :
Packet 4 Received : 2010-07-08
Interview Date : 2010-08-04
Interview Result : Approved
Second Interview
(If Required):
Second Interview Result:
Visa Received : 2010-08-10
US Entry : 2010-09-08
Marriage :
Comments :
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your I-129f was approved in 76 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 125 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.


Port of Entry Review
Event Date
Port of Entry : Dallas
POE Date : 2010-09-08
Got EAD Stamp :
Biometrics Taken : Yes
Harassment Level : 0
Comments :


Adjustment of Status
Event Date
CIS Office : New Orleans LA
Date Filed : 2010-11-01
NOA Date : 2010-11-10
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2010-12-13
AOS Transfer** : 2010-12-17
Interview Date :
Approval / Denial Date : 2011-01-26
Approved : Yes
Got I551 Stamp : No
Greencard Received: 2011-01-31
Comments :


Lifting Conditions
Event Date
CIS Office : Vermont Service Center
Date Filed : 2012-11-20
NOA Date :
RFE(s) :
Bio. Appt. : 2013-02-28
Interview Date :
Approval / Denial Date : 2013-04-26
Approved : Yes
Got I551 Stamp :
Green Card Received : 2013-05-01
Comments :


Member Reviews:

Consulate Review: Chile
Review Topic: K1 Visa
Event Description
Review Date : August 30, 2010
Embassy Review : The interview was scheduled for August 4th at 13:30, I arrived 45 minutes early. There were other people waiting outside. Security guards let us in at 13:30. I was lucky number 3. They called me around 2:00 pm; the receptionist requested me (in Spanish) the documents she needed. I gave her my birth certificate, criminal records certificate (with their respective translations), I-134 form (along with the backup documents), passport, Chilexpress visa fee receipt and DS-230 part II, (although she didn’t ask for it, I gave it to her anyway). She asked me to sign form DS-156K (sworn part). Only question she asked about our relationship was my fiancé’s birthday. She asked me to go back to my seat and wait for the consular officer who was going to ask me some more questions. They called me again around 3:00 pm and the consular officer asked me if I spoke English; after my affirmative answer I had my fingerprints taken and she went through the documents. She didn’t ask for any more papers or evidence of our relationship, but did ask how we met each other, what he does for a living, where he lives, among other simple questions. My fiancé sent evidence about our relationship, like photos, when we filed I-129 form, so she looked through them and asked me where we went or where we were in the pictures. After that, she said: “ok, everything seems to be in order, go to DHL stand, take this ticket with you and gave it to the agent. The process may take 3 weeks, so don’t make plans until you receive your visa along with your passport… and congratulations!” I received my visa 4 days later! Last thing I would like to say is that every single person at the American Embassy was polite and cordial.
Rating : Very Good


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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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