Our Journey through CR1 visa. 😊
>Mailed our case to USCIS on November 3, 2015
>USCIS received our case on November 5, 2015
>USCIS emailed our case number on November 9, 2015
>Received our official receipt from USCIS on November 16, 2015 (mail box)
>We are approved by USCIS on Dec 17, 2015 yey! 🙂
>Dec 24th 2015 our case was sent to the Department of State for visa processing.
>Dec 31st NVC received our case from USCIS yey!
> January 14th 2016 we got our NVC number and invoice ID! Yey! 🙂
>Jan. 15th 2016 we received our NVC welcome letter. 🙂 Thank you Lord!
>Jan. 20th 2016 received her Immigrant Visa Fee Invoice. 🙂
>Feb 1 2016 AOS and Civil documents was delivered to NVC.
>March 4th 2016 finally we got 3 N/A’s. It is a sign that NVC have reviewed our case 🙂
>March 10th 2016 received my wife’s letter of interview from NVC (email).
>April 4 2016 medical at St. Luke Hospital
>April 25 2016 interview at Manila US Embassy “she passed her interview” yey! VISA APPROVED!!!
>April 29th 2016 Visa on hand!!
>May 4th 2016 Wife has arrived in Alaska State ☺️😊😍
It has been a crazy ride. If it was easy, everyone would do it. Now LDR is over! Thank You Lord so much for this.
Rapidvisa thank you for your help.
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