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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Rol3nd: 9:13am On Dec 06
Good day VO

I really appreciate the good work sir.

Last month my wife filled for (K-1) and all information submitted are accurate and truthful but birth certificate i submitted is the one issued by the Local government from my home town, now i am confuse because this same certificate i used through out my school days and for my school here in SA.

My questions are :

1: Is this birth certificate not recognize by USCIS, because i found a forum here and lots of people are talking about NPC birth certificate.

2: We hope this wont result to not getting approval on our case or what should do i do as we already received the form I-797C notice of application received.

I will appreciate your quick response on these...Thanks.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by travelfar: 12:48am On Dec 08
Thank you for your help
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by lambaprince: 2:02am On Dec 08
Good morning VO,
I just submit my choice of address and agent form DS261, my problem is I m currently doing my postgraduate in the Philippines, I d like to know if it is possible for me to schedule and take the interview here in the Philippines or I will have to go to Nigeria to do it.
Thanks
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by chinwe12: 9:55pm On Dec 08
Hello vo I'm scheduled to have my interview on January and was wondering if my visa could be sent to the DHS office in porthacourt as stated on the website, if it could be sent to porthacourt then are there chances for the visa to be lost during transit because a friend of mine told me that the chances of the visa to be lost during transit from Lagos to porthacourt is high so I want to verify how true this is.
Thanks for the great work you are doing here
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Aos29: 8:56am On Dec 09
Dear VO,
Once again thank you for all the efforts in trying to answer and /or clarify certain issues on immigrants visa.

Going through many posts in some forums, alot of people are having difficulty in creating/registering their profiles in other to pick up their passports and visa.

PLEASE COULD YOU INTIMATE THE CONSULATE ABOUT THE PROBLEM PEOPLE ARE HAVING ON CREATING/REGISTERING THIER PROFILES, SO THAT THEY CAN REVIEW THE PROCESS.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Stanleyelege(m): 6:21am
Hello,

I am a Nigerian schooling in Australia. My wife is an American as we met and married in Australia.
Recently, she has been pushing that we relocate to US after my studies.
She claims to miss her family so much and can't leave me behind in Australia.
For me, Australia is a beautiful country with better wages compared to America. She insists that with my degrees, I'll be fine in America.

I do not want to go there on visiting visa.
Can I get any other visa type since we are already married.

Regards
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Lolawells: 7:54am
Hello everyone I am new on here as someone introduced me here ..Now this is my issue ...An unfortunate incident happened as I got robbed and my passport was stolen with my ATM cards .. I went to the nearest police station to make a police report and avidavict as I was adviced to get a new passport before proceeding to the consulars office to make a report .A day to the new passport to be out , I got a call from the police that my passport has been recovered with other stolen items( Note: I haven't reported at the embassy yet) .. so I went to the immigration office and told them my passport has been recovered and asked if I need to go to the embassy again .. I was told that I don’t need to go the embassy that all they(immigration) will need to do is to put a cancellation on my old passport without tampering with my US valid visa on it since I got a new passport. I asked why? And I was told that Holding two valid passports will give me a problem, so in order to avert that , they will need to cancel my old passport but not the valid visa on it.So i was told that I will need to hold both my new passport and old passport while traveling (Note: I was told that a valid visa in an expired or canceled passport is still valid which I also did some few google search and saw that it's true)..so I want to ask if this is right and won’t give me a problem at the US POE ? Thanks
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by lexxycool: 8:04am
Hello

I just got my permanent residency in the United States...cant wait to file in for my wife n two kids.

Pls how do I go abt it...how long is it going to take and what is the success rate like?

Thanks

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