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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Rol3nd: 9:13am On Dec 06, 2017
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, 2017
Thank you for your help
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by lambaprince: 2:02am On Dec 08, 2017
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, 2017
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, 2017
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.

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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Nobody: 6:21am On Dec 12, 2017
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 On Dec 12, 2017
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 On Dec 12, 2017
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
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Lolawells: 3:55pm On Dec 13, 2017
@LagosNIV ... I had to reframe my question sir/ma

Hello .. I have a lost but found passport containing my Us valid visa. I was robbed and I made I made a report to the police immediately and headed to the immigration to get an emergency passport reissued. I was called by the Police the third day that my passport has been recovered. So I headed to the immigration office to inform them that my passport has been recovered only to get there and meet my reissued passport out. So I was told that they will need to cancel my old passport without predujice and return it back to me since it still contains my Valid Us visa.
So I was told I will have to be travel with the new passport and the old passport.

Note: I NEVER REPORTED MY PASSPORT STOLEN TO THE US EMBASSY because I found it already.

Now my question is hope I won't encounter any problem traveling with the two passport ? Because my travel date is so very close.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by souleymon(m): 5:33pm On Dec 13, 2017
Hello
I would like to know if the meeting fiancee in the past two years before filing application(I-129) is applicable to spouse application I 130 too
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Rep01: 1:18am On Dec 14, 2017
Good day house,
I appreciate all nairalander both in this thread and other thread. Please I will need ur advice.

I applied for a job online which I have been given opportunity to work with a company in USA, I have been told the exactly salary while the accommodation is free, visa and travel process is free. 3 forms has been given to me which I have filled all the three firms (visa form, work permit form and the Org form) . I have returned the firms after scan.

I was told that the forms with be transfer to their head office at Cameroon for quick process of my visa which will only take 1 to 2 day..

Now I was told that I will need to pay $500 which is 180,000 NGN for the delivery of my documents to Nigeria. I was told that the courier agent will get the money from me that I shld get the money ready.

pls house, can this be real or not?
what is your advice.
assuming you meet ur self in dis situation what will you do?


thanks cuz I have no money to luz oooh!!!
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by Rep01: 1:35am On Dec 14, 2017
Good day house,
I appreciate all nairalander both in this thread and other thread. Please I will need ur advice.

I applied for a job online which I have been given opportunity to work with a company in USA, I have been told the exactly salary while the accommodation is free, visa and travel process is free. 3 forms has been given to me which I have filled all the three firms (visa form, work permit form and the Org form) . I have returned the firms after scan.

I was told that the forms with be transfer to their head office at Cameroon for quick process of my visa which will only take 1 to 2 day..

Now I was told that I will need to pay $500 which is 180,000 NGN for the delivery of my documents to Nigeria. I was told that the courier agent will get the money from me that I shld get the money ready.

pls house, can this be real or not?
what is your advice.
assuming you meet ur self in dis situation what will you do?

thanks cuz I have no money to luz oooh!!!
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 1:49pm On Dec 14, 2017
Toosure90:
Dear VO, I dropped a document and my passport at the DHL Dropbox office at Victoria Island Lagos on the 3rd of November, after 6 business days my wife was sent an email from the embassy about my case and why I do not qualify for the visa class (CR1). Ever since then I wonder why I haven't been called to come pick up my passport.. Please VO, tell me how to go about my passport. I need it.. Can you help me check if my passport is still at the embassy or sent back to the DHL office for pickup.. Passport number : A08656097

Good afternoon,

We cannot answer questions on specific cases in this forum. If you haven't gotten your passport back yet, please contact LagosIV@state.gov.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 1:51pm On Dec 14, 2017
Onigirl:
Hi VO

I was at the embassy for my K1 visa interview on the 6th of November. My visa was approved however I was told to submit a police certificate from London since I lived there for a while. The pleasant CO gave a site to follow per the police report application. She also handed me a white slip, circling where I'd drop off the documents with my passport and my visa will be ready 10 days from whenever I brought them in.
I took them in a week later. I've been tracking the progress of my application and it's says "Administrative processing". I've been reading through comments and AP is a blackhole. I've called and emailed the embassy but no joy.

My case number is LGS2017740017. I'm not sure if you deal with individual cases but I'd appreciate it if you could kindly look into our case.

This journey has cost us a lot of stress and money. Thank you so much for your help.

Good evening.

Good afternoon,

Again, we cannot comment on individual cases in this forum. Please email LagosIV@state.gov and include your case number and your full name so they can give you an update on the case.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 1:52pm On Dec 14, 2017
KosiWahala1:
Good afternoon, VO - I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, over there in Nigeria.

My husband had his CR1 visa interview just the day before Thanksgiving - his visa was approved, and he was told it would be ready for pickup within 10 business days. Today, his visa status on CEAC changed from Administrative Processing to Issued. Does that indicate that his visa may possible, could be, might be ready for pickup at DHL early this coming week? smiley

I am busy trying to secure him an airline ticket, using SkyMiles, and the seats are filling up fast - and the price is climbing - due to the holidays. Our son and I want him here as soon as we possibly can arrange it, before Christmas - so I am just trying to map out a plan to arrange for his travel at the earliest possible moment.

Thanks for all you do, in service to the United States.

Good afternoon,

Please contact LagosIV@state.gov for a status update. You should include your husband's case number and his full name so that they can track the case.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 1:56pm On Dec 14, 2017
djfrancis:
Good morning Vo,

My fianceé is planning on filing for a K-1 visa for me asap. The issue I have is that my passport will be expiring in August 2018. Is it advisable she continues with the application or wait till I get a new passport?

Hope to hear from you soon.



Good afternoon,

Applicants may get a new passport prior to the completion of the application. In such cases, applicants should generally bring their old passports with them to the interview.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 1:59pm On Dec 14, 2017
Good morning VO,

Please permit me to ask a question.

A little story about my situation.
I am married traditionally, no traditional marriage celebration yet but bride price is already paid and all. Our traditional and white wedding is coming up July next year. I reside in the United states and I am a US citizen, i will be graduating school next year may 2018 and i want my husband to come for my graduation and after the graduation, we will both return to Nigeria for our marriage preparation, because that is where our both parents lives and also he is still in theological school in Nigeria because he is on the road to becoming a priest and next year will be his last year before he can be Ordained we don't want to jeopardized all the years he has put in for his passion. My school offers invitation letter to present at the immigration to family members and loved ones to attend graduation from out the country.

The story is that before my husband married me traditionally, he had went to the US embassy twice (in a space of two weeks) for a conference visa to attend a church conference that the church wanted him and his Mentor (Archdeacon) to attend and the church was sponsoring the trip, but was denied both times. The first time he got denied, he said that the interviewer told him he was too young (34 years old), but the church decided to send him back again to the embassy since the mentor they paired him up with to go to the conference got his visa, they thought that with that influence that the embassy will also issue him a visa since it was both of them that they are sending to the conference. The second time he was told that the conference is not enough reason to be going to America. The ironic thing is that the church sent him and his mentor on the same conference, but the mentor got the visa based on the conference that he was denied visa.

My question now is, since i want my husband to come for my graduation ceremony since i don't have family or loved ones here to attend. I am an only child. My first graduation, i felt so lonely and sad because everyone else had their family and loved ones with them but i didn't. I want him to be present at my graduation and after we both can travel back to Nigeria for the wedding ceremony and all, before I can petition for him to come live with me in the states. Please do you think that his previous appearance to the embassy will have any impact on him going again to the embassy since he went there already twice but this time with the invitation that my school will give to him. Or should i just forfeit him coming for my graduation and just fill fiance Visa for him after our wedding in July 2018 or just fill for Green Card for him.

Any advice will be gladly appreciated
Please Help a sister in need.
Thank you in advance


Good morning,

It sounds like you are asking about the merits of filing for an immigrant visa over a nonimmigrant visa at this time. We cannot provide advice to applicants on such matters and I cannot comment on the NIV process. Please be aware that applicants who are traditionally married in Nigeria are considered married for the purposes of U.S. immigration and as such may not be issued fiance visas. These applicants are informed that they should file for spouse visas through USCIS. I hope this is helpful.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:03pm On Dec 14, 2017
djfrancis:
Never mind. Went through the thread and got my answer on this issue. Apply and attach nee passport to old passport for interview.

But I have another issue VO. I have been denied 4 times in the last 2 years for b1 b2 visas (lack of economic ties). And I am currently applying to US schools for fall 2018 session. I hope these will not affect or clash with my K1 visa my fiancee is planning on filing for me? I would also like to know which is shorter, filing for a spouse or filing for a fiance as my fiancee intends to visit this year and we are planning on carrying out a court wedding.


Good afternoon,

While prior nonimmigrant visa applications may be reviewed during the immigrant visa adjudication, prior refusals in NIV are not necessarily relevant to that adjudication, as immigrant visa decisions are made based on the relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary.

The U.S. consulate is not involved in the filing of petitions. Petitions must be filed in the United States with USCIS and the filing process can be longer or shorter for a variety of reasons unrelated to the visa class. As such, we cannot comment on the relative lengths of time for different petitions.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:06pm On Dec 14, 2017
SDG1:
Dear VO,My question is what specific questions asked during green card visa applicant interview?

Good afternoon,

First, the immigrant visa interview is not an interview for a green card; it is an interview for a visa. Green cards are issued in the United States by USCIS after an immigrant has entered the United States and filed the proper paperwork and paid the relevant fees.

In terms of the questions the officer may ask, it depends. Remember that the immigrant visa adjudication is based on the claimed relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary. As such, an applicant can generally be expected to answer questions about this relationship.

Regards,
VO

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Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:07pm On Dec 14, 2017
koolkesh:
Good day VO,

I sent my original Birth Certificate and I also sent an Original attestation of birth (I was asked to send the attestation to support the type of birth certificate I have) to NVC. I read on the checklist of items to bring along to the interview that I would need to bring along Original birth certificate and photocopy, I would like to know if my original attestation of birth would be given to me without the photocopy because I cannot currently find any copy of the attestation of birth. I would appreciate your candid advise on this.

Thanks in advance.




Good afternoon,

If you sent your documents to the National Visa Center, copies should be in the file. You will need to bring the original documents with you.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:13pm On Dec 14, 2017
Naaakua:
Hello VO officer,

I have come again but now on behalf of a friend that is more than a sister.
A long story hopefully you will read and understand. Please and thank you in advance.

Questions and a little detail about her situation. She is married traditionally, no traditional marriage celebration yet but bride price is already paid and all. Her traditional and white wedding celebration is coming up July next year. She resides in the United States and she is a US citizen, she will be graduating school next year may 2018 and she wants to invite her husband to come to her graduation and after the graduation, they will both return to Nigeria for their marriage preparation and celebration with their families including me (because she has picked me as her maid of honor), because that is where our both parents live and also her husband is still in theological school in Nigeria, due to the fact that he is on the road to becoming a priest and next year will be his last year before he can be Ordained. They don't want to jeopardize all the years he has put in for his passion.
The main story is that my friend's school offers invitation letter to present at the immigration to family members and loved ones to attend graduation from outside the country. Her concern according to her and she confiding in me, is that before her husband married her traditionally, he had gone to the US embassy twice (in a space of two weeks) for a conference visa to attend a church conference that the church wanted him and his Mentor (Archdeacon) to attend and the church was sponsoring the trip but he was denied both times. The first time he got denied, he said that the interviewer told him he was too young (34 years old), but the church decided to send him back again to the embassy since the mentor they paired him up with to go to the conference got his visa, they thought that with that influence that the embassy will also issue him a visa since it was both of them that they are sending to the conference. The second time he was told that the conference is not enough reason to be going to America. The ironic thing is that the church sent him and his mentor on the same conference, but the mentor got the visa based on the conference that he was denied a visa. My question now is, since she wants her husband to come for her graduation ceremony, and she doesn't have family or loved ones here to attend and she is an only child. Her first graduation, no one was there for her including me because I had traveled which I felt bad that I wasn’t there for her. She felt so lonely and sad because everyone else had their family and loved ones with them but she didn't. Her heart desire right now is that she wants her husband to be present at her graduation and after which both of them can travel back to Nigeria for the wedding ceremony and all before she can petition for her husband to come live with her in the United States since she is a US citizen.
Question 1:
Please do you think that his previous appearance to the embassy will have any impact on him going again to the embassy since her husband went there already twice, but this time around with the invitation that my school will give to him. Or should she just forfeit him coming for her graduation which will be a dream come true for her, and just fill fiancé Visa for him after their wedding in July 2018 or just fill for Green Card for him?

Note please she also gave me details about his previous application:
The first time he was denied on the 27th of Sept 2017, but the church scheduled an appointment for him (in space of two weeks) again in the notion that the Archdeacon that they are sending both of them to the conference got his visa. So he went for a second interview on 18th of October 2017.
In his ds160 form, she said that that husband said to her that, he put married because he was married (paid bride price) to a girl which things didn't work out with both reasons being that the previous girl (wife) couldn't cope with the church traditions, rules, and regulations. The girl’s family returned the bridal price to him at the end of September 2017 after 7 to 8 months of separation because the family wanted the girl's happiness. Within this period, my friend has traveled to Nigeria, the husband proposed to her, they got engaged and he married traditionally in November 2017 and they are now waiting for their white wedding and court wedding next year after her graduation. Which both of them plan to return to Nigeria together for the rest of the celebration, where both of their parents, family members, and friends are.
My friend's husband to what I understand is that he has to do a white wedding in Nigeria before he can be ordained a priest because that is the only wedding the church recognizes. Also if he leaves Nigeria without finishing his theological school, he will lose his chances of becoming ordained as a priest after putting in his 6 years in. I heard that he is very passionate about his ministry work.
Now my friends greatest fear is that she doesn't know what will happen if or when he goes back to the embassy with the invitation letter from her school here in the States to attend her graduation. If the interviewer would think or look at him like he is desperate to go to the United States when that is not the case. she doesn't know what to do, my friend is highly in limbo, cries and has sleepless nights about this situation.

Question 2:
Her husband has never done a white wedding or court wedding before. She stated that he can't get a divorce paper being that there was never a court wedding involved before or white wedding in his previous marriage. Does he have to get a letter stating that he is no longer married to the first girl (wife) or what can he do?


Question 3:
If it is possible for her husband to attend her graduation if he is filling out the Ds160 application again, what should he do or should he put my friends name as his wife even though there is no court marriage yet until July next year but he has pictures and their upcoming invitation for their wedding in Nigeria, and remove the first name he put in the previous application because he is no longer married to the first girl. Does he have to get a letter stating that he is no longer married to the first girl (wife) or what can he do?


I wish her well and I pray that her happiness will be complete soon because she really helped me when I was going through mine as well.
Any advice will be gladly appreciated
Please and thank you, help a sister/ a great friend in need.

I came back to ask on her behalf here on nairaland because this was where I got help when I needed my husband to come to the United States to live with me and our baby, I am a born US citizen. Which nairaland helped me and I am happily living with my husband in the states now.
Thank you
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Good afternoon,

I believe the first and third part of this question were answered already (the person in question posted earlier). For part 2, if a spouse was married before, the individual will need to provide evidence that the marriage was terminated. And we're happy to hear that this forum was helpful for you and your spouse when you went through the process.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:18pm On Dec 14, 2017
djfrancis:
Hello everyone,

I would like to know if K3 application is still on in Nigeria.

I would also like to know if an individual who has been denied on B1 B2 visa severally would have problems with a K1 visa (even though I pass all the requirements needed for this class of visa I.e calls n chats, receipts of gifts, travel history with my fiancee e.t.c.) or the person should just do a CR 1 visa.

Finally, I would like to know how long K1 or CR 1 visa takes to get completed.

Please I would need answers from anybody as I am starting to get frustrated with the whole process. Private messages or emails are welcomed. Thanks.

Good afternoon,

My understanding is that we do not process K3 visas at the consulate at this time.

As previously noted, nonimmigrant visas and immigrant visas are adjudicated with different considerations in mind so prior B1/B2 refusals may not necessarily have a negative impact on the adjudication. Immigrant visas are adjudicated based on the claimed relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary. As for the length of time it takes for a petition to be filed, approved, and scheduled for an interview, it depends on a number of factors. As such, it is impossible to state with specificity how long the different processes would take.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:20pm On Dec 14, 2017
Rol3nd:
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.

Good afternoon,

It sounds like this is a question regarding paperwork that the National Visa Center will accept. You should direct your inquiry to their offices.
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:23pm On Dec 14, 2017
lambaprince:
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

Good afternoon,

When your petition is considered documentarily complete by the National Visa Center, they will schedule an appointment for you. You do not necessarily need to interview in Nigeria if you are living in the Philippines. You should make sure to contact the NVC and let them know your current residence for scheduling purposes.

Regards,
VO
Re: U.S. Immigration Questions: Ask A U.S. Consular Officer by VisaOfficer: 2:24pm On Dec 14, 2017
chinwe12:
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

Good afternoon,

Immigrant visas may only be collected at the GSS Document Collection Center in Lagos. If you cannot come to Lagos, you may fill out a proxy form to have another person collect it for you.

Regards,
VO

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