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    U-visa approved in April while I was in India and then applied i192 got approved in 54 days .now us consulate and then back to USA

  • #2
    Originally posted by Asleyferns View Post
    U-visa approved in April while I was in India and then applied i192 got approved in 54 days .now us consulate and then back to USA
    Congrats on your Approvals. after your visa stamping Please share your Embassy/Consulate experience, apart from approvals
    (I-918 and I-192) what else documents needed, it could help lots of us who will get approve and try to go home country.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Asleyferns View Post
      U-visa approved in April while I was in India and then applied i192 got approved in 54 days .now us consulate and then back to USA

      Hi Asleyferns,

      Were you applied from india or you went india before got Approved U Visa?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Allen1 View Post
        Hi Asleyferns,

        Were you applied from india or you went india before got Approved U Visa?
        I went to india after I applied

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        • #5
          Originally posted by you.visa View Post
          Congrats on your Approvals. after your visa stamping Please share your Embassy/Consulate experience, apart from approvals
          (I-918 and I-192) what else documents needed, it could help lots of us who will get approve and try to go home country.
          1 )applied u visa feb 2014 in usa
          2) fingerprints in March 2014
          3) left USA April 2015
          4) da in April 2015 after I left
          5)u-visa approved April 2017
          6) applied i192 in June 2017
          7)i192 approved on sep 2017
          8) now working on ds160

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          • #6
            Do you mind to share what was your previous status(if any) when did you apply u visa.

            I am thinking to submit i192 too. When i applied U visa I was in status but out of status year later before I got DA.
            U-VISA applied in late July of 2014
            USCIS received my case on 08-05-2014
            Biometric was taken in mid September of 2014

            A...L...O...N...G...T...I...M...E...W...A...I...T. ..I...N...G

            NSC Transfer 11-29-2016
            Deferred Action 04-20-2017
            DA EAD Production 08-29-2017
            Formal Approval with I-94 05-15-2018

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            • #7
              Congrats!!
              Please keep us updated with your consular processing.
              All the best .

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              • #8
                Originally posted by koir View Post
                Do you mind to share what was your previous status(if any) when did you apply u visa.

                I am thinking to submit i192 too. When i applied U visa I was in status but out of status year later before I got DA.
                As per information I have even you are out of status the inadmissiblity will trigger upon departure and will be useless to apply now while you in USA. It will get denied as you don't need it . You will only need i192 for travel back to USA once inadmissiblity triggered upon departure.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Asleyferns View Post
                  As per information I have even you are out of status the inadmissiblity will trigger upon departure and will be useless to apply now while you in USA. It will get denied as you don't need it . You will only need i192 for travel back to USA once inadmissiblity triggered upon departure.
                  So if my i-192 get denied while I'm in USA and I get u visa approved, can I travel to India and then get the U visa stamped to come back to USA without anything else?

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                  Fiscal Year 2018 U Visa Approved
                  Application Date - April 14 2014
                  DA EAD - April 10 2015
                  2nd EAD Application Date - Dec 16 2016
                  2nd DA EAD - June 18 2017
                  I-918 Approved - Oct 12 2017

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                  • #10
                    Hey Man, I’ve the same question as urs. I asked my lawyer about it and He said I should get my permanent residency and then leave US or else it might be tough to get I-192 approved outside US. I wanna go home too but check with ur lawyer bro. He might guide u better.
                    U visa Application date: March 10, 2015
                    Biomatrics Done: April 20, 2015
                    RFE August 09, 2018
                    Waiting for DA.

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