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    Interview Date

    My case was completed yesterday May 8. My scan date was March 1. Does anyone know how long it usually takes to get notified of the interview date? Thanks!

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    Im so happy to hear that! My scan date is March 8 so maybe in about 2 weeks or less I'll get a CC. Congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelizo38 View Post
    Im so happy to hear that! My scan date is March 8 so maybe in about 2 weeks or less I'll get a CC. Congrats
    Thank you - good luck!

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    Hi everyone, I have a question for my one of my good friends, that she has her interview date for June 20,2017 and she just found out that she is pregnant just last week. Is it bad for her to go because she is pregnant? or what should she do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mabeledith View Post
    Hi everyone, I have a question for my one of my good friends, that she has her interview date for June 20,2017 and she just found out that she is pregnant just last week. Is it bad for her to go because she is pregnant? or what should she do?
    There's no rule that she can't go to her appointment when pregnant. She will need to inform the people at the medical exam, however, so that they know (there are certain requirements, like immunizations, that she may not be able to have while pregnant).
    Just getting started? Here are some guides to help you learn more about the process:
    Help! My foreign spouse/fiance is or was illegally present - what do I do?
    EWI, bans, and what you should know BEFORE filing
    Self-Test for Waiver Inadmissability
    What to look for when hiring an attorney

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    All About the I-601: Resources for Proving Extreme Hardship
    Guide to Removing Conditions for Conditional Visas (I-751)
    Guide to Select Service
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    **Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and am only drawing on personal experience. Please consult with an experienced attorney regarding your case specifics before taking any action.

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    Tuberculosis Test

    I'm not sure if I am posting this in the right place or not but I need some help. My husband is HIV positive and has his interview scheduled for early July. I know that HIV is not a cause of concern for immigration purposes but what I just learned is that
    anyone that is HIV positive will need to go through further tuberculosis testing which would take up to three months before the
    results are available. I asked my lawyer about this and she said that was not true - even though I had found that information
    on a document issued by the consulate. I finally called one of the medical clinics in Juarez that is authorized to perform the medical exam and the doctor did tell me that is correct. He would need to submit a sputum culture and if the results came back negative for TB after approximately nine weeks he would be able to go to his interview. If the results come back positive for TB he would then
    need to be put on medications for approximately nine months. Finally, here is my question. The total time between waiting for the results (3 months) and the time of treatment (9 months) would go over one year. Would I need to start the immigration petition
    all over again or would he put back in the line for his interview without having to start everything over again from the beginning?
    Any help would be appreciated because time is running out and I need advice asap. Thank you so much!

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    You shouldn't need to because technically your case is still active, but if you call the consulate to "check" on your case and keep it active during your long wait (assuming that that is what happens), then there shouldn't be a problem. We've had quite a few members go through this and none of them have had their cases closed.
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    Question I-601A Approved and Case Closed-Need Info

    Can someone tell me if an appointment is needed for ASC for fingerprinting if that process has already been done here with I-601A? Also case was closed today, how long is it taking for them to issue appointments and how far out are they being issued?

    Thanks in advance for your help!!

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    Have an appointment date!! Questions about getting there and what to expect!

    We've got the 2 appointments scheduled for July 10th and 11th.

    Looking into logistics now. Is it safe to drive? To take the family there and back by plane will be $4-5,000. I'd rather buy a minivan and drive. I'm a teacher so off during the summer when our appointment is scheduled.

    Are there any potential hang-ups to doing it this way? Will there be a problem at the border?

    any information is welcome!

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