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This week, November 16th, 2011

We follow the final successful process of members, Kim and Ying, as they travel to the U.S. Consulate for the marriage visa interview in Guangzhou, China. We just received word from Kim, hours ago.


Kim, I’m in Guangzhou right now.

We’re staying in a hotel just around the corner from the consulate building. The hotel manager and his wife are helping us set up Ying’s medical exam. They’re also giving us some free advice.

The only thing they’ve advised me on was to add a notarized letter describing my relationship with Ying, how it began, when we were married, what travel we’ve done together, how much and how well we’ve communicated. They recommended that I should include this will all of the proof of relationship evidence I already have. Tomorrow, Ying will have her medical exam, Tuesday will be fingerprinting and document intake, then the marriage visa interview will take place on Wednesday, November 16.


Kim Ying passed her interview!

Thank you all for your prayers and good luck wishes! Ying wants me to share with you that the marriage visa interview ticket number assigned to her was 1088, the Guangzhou hotel room we stayed in was 2008, and our GZO number ends in 5008, 8 being a very lucky number in Chinese culture.

Indeed, we have been most fortunate throughout this process. Thank you, Randy and Xiaoying Marsh most of all. We feel so blessed to have found your network of support so early on in the process!


*Randy Congratulation Kim and Ying

It has been a pleasure to watch your process and progress. One of the happiest days of my life was when I got the news Xiaoying passed her marriage visa interview at the U.S. Consulate Guangzhou. I have added your names to the list of Latest Visas on the community home page. Tonight, we share in your joy.

To meet more successful couples, visit our Social Network,  China Marriage 101 Community

Share in their happiness.  Leave a comment.


Randy and Xiaoying Marsh

Randy provides support to petitioners and file management for Buda Law Group. Xiaoying provides Chinese language support through the complete process of obtaining a K1 or CR1 visa.

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