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Be A Giver Not A Taker ... Post Your Experiences

Old Jul 11th 2002, 2:21 pm
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I've noted so many approvals the last few weeks for everything from I-129F's, K-1's, I-130's (DCF), and AOS that once again I am asking you all to please record your experiences for the generations to come.

Remeber every milestone should be recorded

Repeat of Former Post

I’m not the owner of these sites nor am I the webmaster. I am only the “Queen Mother of Nag� here to lay a guilt trip on one and all.

New to the wonderful world of US Immigration and Naturalization Services and the mind boggling forms, petitions and applications you need to complete and submit to have your foreign fiancée or spouse live with you in marital happiness within the borders of the US? Or are you an old hand at the process now and have completed one or more of the various steps along the yellow brick road and have met with and made friends with the Wizard behind Door Number 3.

Read About the I-129F/K-1 process

The K1 FAQ http://www.txdirect.net/users/mike38/k1faq.htm

Find sites for the filing requirements, POE experiences, AOS, K-1 and I-130 interview results and personal homepages of former NG posters at:

The Mysterious Sealed Brown Envelope http://www.k1faq.com/faq_index.htm

Read and/or update AOS filing; AOS, I-130 and K-1 Interview Experiences at:

Post your Filing and Result Experiences for Removal of Conditions (I-751) and Naturalization (N-400) at:

http://www.kamya.com/interview/intro.html

Read and/or update POE Experiences at: http://www.k1poelist.com/

Social Security Administration Experiences:
http://www.kamya.com/ssn/

Update AOS filing: http://www.kamya.com/aos/

Helpful Sites:
I-130/I-485 - K-3 - K-1 - Is This Really Love Helpsite at:

http://www.mindspring.com/~docsteen/...o/visainfo.htm
http://www.geocities.com/immigration_helpsite/index.htm


Is your loved one Dutch. Read how to DCF, save time, money and aggravation by going this simplified method:

DCF Page for Amsterdam: http://www.usadutch.com

Can you become a dual citizen? Read this information site for all the answers:

Dual Citizenship: http://www.richw.org/dualcit/Pls Post Your Experiences

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Old Jul 11th 2002, 10:26 pm
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play it again Sam
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Old Jul 14th 2002, 9:20 am
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Just posted our I-129F processing times on

http://www.marriagebasedvisas.org/ and http://www.davehollis.com/k1/ .

Thanks for reminding me "Queen Mother of Nag"

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Her Royal (pain in the arse) thanks you Bastian ;-)
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Default Re: Be A Giver Not A Taker ... Post Your Experiences

Here's another site where your experiences are appreciated:


SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER EXPERIENCES:

http://www.kamya.com/ssn/


People can post what their experiences were in obtaining a Social Security Number from the various SS offices around the country. They are categorized by state, then SS office branch. It seems like a very helpful list in knowing which SS offices are more cooperative than others.

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Thanks for posting that link Jenney...
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Old Jul 15th 2002, 6:20 pm
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On 15 Jul 2002 03:20:21 GMT, Jenney &amp; Mark <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Here's another site where your experiences are appreciated:
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    >SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER EXPERIENCES:
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    >http://www.kamya.com/ssn/
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    >
    >People can post what their experiences were in obtaining a Social Security Number
    >from the various SS offices around the country. They are categorized by state, then
    >SS office branch. It seems like a very helpful list in knowing which SS offices are
    >more cooperative than others.

Opps that's a site I didn't know about. Thanks for the reminder. Posted my
experience, so there will also be some info for Iowa.

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