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What happen after paying the IV Fee Bill?

#1 utst10



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Posted 05 April 2010 - 09:04 AM

Hi everyone,

Can someone tell me what happen after you are approved to pay the IV Fee bill?
Is the case complete after the bill show paid?
Will they be sending the case over sea to be scheduled for an interview?

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#2 atsleumas


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Posted 05 April 2010 - 09:31 AM

Hi everyone,

Can someone tell me what happen after you are approved to pay the IV Fee bill?
Is the case complete after the bill show paid?
Will they be sending the case over sea to be scheduled for an interview?


After you pay the IV bill, you can prepare and send in the DS230. Not until both the I864 and DS230 package is received and reviewed by the NVC will the case be complete. Please see below:

Pay attention, non-EP NVC noobs. Here's Christeen's time tested formula to get you through NVC in one piece alive:

Petitioner: Get NVC # + give operator your email IDs + receive AOS fee bill + pay 70$ online + wait to show paid + print cover sheet + send I-864 AOS with all documents and case # written on each page.

Beneficiary: Get NVC# + receive DS3032 + send DS3032+ DS3032 accepted + IV fee bill available to be paid + pay & wait to show paid + print IV cover sheet + mail DS230 package with all original/certified documents

= wait for case complete + wait for interview to be scheduled.

1) Have the beneficiary mail SIGNED extra DS230s to you so that you have them handy in case something goes wrong. Or you get hit by a dreaded RFE.

2) If you just received your NOA2, THIS is the time to get your tax stuff and police certificates sorted out. Don't waste time on this.

3) Double check the PCC requirements in the regional forums as they are country specific.

4) Check the pinned STUPID RFEs thread in IR-1/CR-1 forum before sending out your packages.

Currently the # of business days NVC is taking:
3-4 days for NVC to receive your case and assign a case #.
3-4 days to receive emailed links after case # has been assigned and email addresses been given to NVC operator.
1-2 days for the AOS bill to show as PAID.
1-3 days for DS3032 to be accepted.
1-2 days for IV bill to be PAID.
8-11 days for case complete after all your documents have been sent in.

Folks--please make sure your official VJ timelines are up to date. Remember this is our only source of predictions. Thankyou!

This is the link to the NVC payment portal. Bookmark it. You're gonna be checking in a lot.


Edited by atsleumas, 05 April 2010 - 09:32 AM.

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