Posted 24 July 2012 - 02:28 PM
October 2010- Met online
October 28, 2010-Officially a couple
Feb 26, 2011- Met at NAIA
Feb 28, 2011- Proposed in Bali
Sept 1, 2011- Second trip to the Philippines
Feb 11, 2012- Third trip to the Philippines
July 9, 2012- Final divorce judgement
Aug 10, 2012- Sent I-129F
Aug 14 2012- NOA 1
April 19 2013-NOA 2
Aug 5 Sputum negative, finished medical
Aug 7 Embassy interview passed
Aug 31 Visa delivered.
The US government agencies that process visa applications suck stinky a$$.
"A wise man should consider health is the greatest blessing, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses" -Hippocrates
Posted 24 July 2012 - 02:42 PM
If this had been an actual emergency, you would have been instructed where to tune in your area for news and official information.
This concludes this test of the Emergency Broadcast System.
Medical Exams – A caller explained that the civil surgeon who completed the medical exam used the wrong form and then wanted to charge an indigent refugee to reprocess the paperwork on the correct form. What recourse does an applicant have if this occurs?
USCIS Response: Customers should notify the Director of their local office when they have a complaint about a civil surgeon.
Posted 25 July 2012 - 02:51 AM
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