I have some GREAT NEWS to share with you all. With apologies to Martin Luther King, Jr.:
“Free at last, free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!”
It turns out that our visa petition was approved by the Nebraska BCIS office on Oct. 6. They just forgot to let us know.
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Continue reading “Approved … and in the home stretch”
While we still haven’t gotten our second “Notice of Action” from the Nebraska BCIS service center, I know from checking several other websites that they are processing case numbers close to ours. I hope and expect to hear something within 2 weeks.
Once our case moves out of the black hole of Nebraska, it will move to the NVC (Nevada Visa Center, I think). There they will run our names through the FBI and CIA databases and make sure there are no red flags. This process should take a couple weeks. After that, we get approved and a packet of stuff will be sent to the American embassy in Bolivia.
Yoli will have an interview there, and if all goes well, she’ll get the visa in hand, and our wedding will proceed!