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Old May 16th 2001, 9:46 pm
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phew! after a long day, and a late night last night, i'm pleased to report that miss jennie and i were given our k1 visas at the london embassy today. we'll post experiences here and to kamya.com soon, but after two glasses of celebratory champers tonight, i'm afraid that the only use i can be is to post a brief personal timeline for those interested, which is:

notice of action from nsc - 30th jan
notice of approval from nsc - 23rd march
(packet three forms sent for provisional file in meantime)
notification of visa interview from us embassy in london - 24th april
visa interview in london - may 16th
leave for seattle - may 21st

fingers crossed for all those still waiting,

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Old May 16th 2001, 10:23 pm
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Congratulations!.....I know you are glad to have it done.
 
Old May 16th 2001, 10:43 pm
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Congrats!!!!! I can't wait for the day I can make a post like this!
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Old May 17th 2001, 12:58 am
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Congratulations, Kate and Jennie!
....I'm looking forward to hearing about your experiences!

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Old May 17th 2001, 8:27 pm
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Hi miss Katy and everyone else,

I've pretty much just been sleeping since I got back from London and now I should be revising for exams or writing a 4000 word project...so it might be next week until I have the experience all written up for kamya.com and our website. Here's our timeline:
  • Sent petition to NSC - 5th Jan
  • Notice of Action from NSC - 23rd Jan
  • (packet three forms sent for provisional file on Jan 30th - sending them sooner than Katy didn't make any difference)
  • Notice of Approval from NSC - 27th March
  • Notification of visa interview from US Embassy in London - 23rd April
  • Visa interview in London - May 16th
  • Leave for Wisconsin - June 24th

Just a quick note for now - telling the Dr (it wasn't Dr Phelan) that I'd been in hospital one night (over a year ago) for depression didn't cause any problems. She did ask if I was suicidal then and if I'd ever tried to kill myself and what medication if any had I been on. But yeah...still got the visa so telling the truth was ok.

Hehe, oh yeah and the guy that interviewed me started telling me the story of the two people who met online because they photographed grave stones - I'd already read about him telling someone this story in one of the interview experiences. But I just smiled and pretended to be interested. He was just wanting to hear a more interesting story of what Ben and I talked about when we first met online.

Thanks to Katy and the helpful people here and your websites. It was pretty amazing to hear people at the Embassy who didn't even know they needed a K-1 visa and so started making the trip to the US or planned the wedding without taking the paperwork into account. Made us very glad that we knew what we were doing.

take care ~ Jennie
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Old May 18th 2001, 4:28 pm
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Congrats to the both of you, my fiance has his interview scheduled for June 1st. So
keep your fingers crossed for us. *smiles*
 
Old May 24th 2001, 2:46 pm
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Ok, I've finished my exams and degree. Yey. So I've finally had the time to write up my interview experience and add it to our website.

If you're interested in the Embassy in London then you can read it here by clicking 'Medical & Interview' on the frames:

http://www.geocities.com/ben_jennie/Frames/main.html

Or if you want it without frames then it's:

http://www.geocities.com/ben_jennie/k-1interview.html

I'll submit it to the kamya page now too.

Good luck to everyone else with interviews coming up soon.

take care ~ Jennie
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