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My husband is applying for a CR1 visa. I just payed the affidavit of support fee bill online, and am wondering what the next step is? Do I have to wait to receive something from NVC, or can I send in the forms and documents for the affidavit of support with the cover sheet I printed out after paying the the affidavit of support bill?

Thanks for your help!

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Hello!

My husband is applying for a CR1 visa. I just payed the affidavit of support fee bill online, and am wondering what the next step is? Do I have to wait to receive something from NVC, or can I send in the forms and documents for the affidavit of support with the cover sheet I printed out after paying the the affidavit of support bill?

Thanks for your help!

As soon as the online status shows the fee as "paid" download the cover sheet and send the documents. Pay the $400 fee as soon as the status changes from "not invoiced" to "not paid" and then when "Paid" download and print that cover sheet and send the applicable beneficiary documents. See the NVC shortcuts for details.

you need to wait until the payment is completely processed, then you will get the next steps to take.

That would be the snails pace method.

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Pushbrk, download from where? NVC site?

Download from the exact same page where you pay the fees. Scroll down and select view/print cover sheet. This option appears once the fee status shows as paid.

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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.

Join the NVC June 2010 thread, ya? :thumbs:

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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.

Join the NVC June 2010 thread, ya? :thumbs:

WHEN SENDING THE TAX RETURN FORMS DO THEY MEAN THE FORM 1040a FORM .

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WHEN SENDING THE TAX RETURN FORMS DO THEY MEAN THE FORM 1040a FORM .

IRS tax transcripts are the best - call IRS line to get them in less than 2 weeks.

OR

Other options are all tax returns (1040) and its schedules with W2/1099 etc.

Along with it, include employer letter and last 6 months paystubs.

Loto

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I have now completed all that I am aware of at the NVC- ds3032, I864, & ds230. I'm just wondering how long will it take to leave NVC & get a interview? :whistle:

If you have already completed NVC process, next timeline is for the interview. It depends on the Consulate. As per Debby (VJ member whose hubby's interview at Nigeria), it is taking around 3 months time.

Other Nigerian friends will have better answer for this.

Loto

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