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After all NVC fees are paid now what?

#1 Sabian

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 12:38 PM

I paid for my Affidavit of Support, filled it out and sent it. Then I paid the Visa Processing fee $404, now what happens? I know the applicant must get his civil documents, but will NVC send me a DS form to fill out, or do I just download it from the website?

Also NVC says that they require original or certified copies of documents. If I am living in the U.S. and his civil documents are in his home country how do I get certified copies? The postal system over there sucks.
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#2 Markieboy

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 01:00 PM

I paid for my Affidavit of Support, filled it out and sent it. Then I paid the Visa Processing fee $404, now what happens? I know the applicant must get his civil documents, but will NVC send me a DS form to fill out, or do I just download it from the website?

Also NVC says that they require original or certified copies of documents. If I am living in the U.S. and his civil documents are in his home country how do I get certified copies? The postal system over there sucks.

You must wait until your payment clears. The IV status will be marked "PAID" when it does. In the meantime, start collecting ALL necessary documentation (ie original/certified copies of civil documents). Many postal systems in developing countries, like Pakistan & Philippines, suck. That is why many people use a better courier service, like FedEx or DHL. You WILL pay more, but you Will definitely receive a better service.

Do NOT wait for NVC to send you ANY forms. Doing this will consume much time. You can download all the necessary forms from NVC.

If you haven't already, I highly suggest that you read this guide carefully and thoroughly. Your NVC journey will go smoothly if you follow the outlined steps.

Good luck with your journey! And keep us posted! :thumbs:
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#3 Sabian

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 06:35 PM

You must wait until your payment clears. The IV status will be marked "PAID" when it does. In the meantime, start collecting ALL necessary documentation (ie original/certified copies of civil documents). Many postal systems in developing countries, like Pakistan & Philippines, suck. That is why many people use a better courier service, like FedEx or DHL. You WILL pay more, but you Will definitely receive a better service.

Do NOT wait for NVC to send you ANY forms. Doing this will consume much time. You can download all the necessary forms from NVC.

If you haven't already, I highly suggest that you read this guide carefully and thoroughly. Your NVC journey will go smoothly if you follow the outlined steps.

Good luck with your journey! And keep us posted! :thumbs:


Your awesome thank you!!!
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#4 lilianaguevara24

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Posted 08 April 2014 - 08:07 AM

You must wait until your payment clears. The IV status will be marked "PAID" when it does. In the meantime, start collecting ALL necessary documentation (ie original/certified copies of civil documents). Many postal systems in developing countries, like Pakistan & Philippines, suck. That is why many people use a better courier service, like FedEx or DHL. You WILL pay more, but you Will definitely receive a better service.

Do NOT wait for NVC to send you ANY forms. Doing this will consume much time. You can download all the necessary forms from NVC.

If you haven't already, I highly suggest that you read this guide carefully and thoroughly. Your NVC journey will go smoothly if you follow the outlined steps.

Good luck with your journey! And keep us posted! :thumbs:

whats that DS3032 they never sent me that.. i am sponsorinh my spouse and at the NVC process and i just paid the affavit of support $88 and sending the form tomorrow.. but i never received a DS3032 what is that for? am i suppost to send it?


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