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MEP Case number - Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Embassy

#1 MrEver

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 09:17 PM

GOOD DAY FELLOW VJ MEMBERS!!!

I submitted the IV package and AOS to National Visa Center in hard copies early October. When I called to find out if they had received them, they told me my case was electronic and my forms would be returned to me. This is because my case number starts with MEP. NO WHERE, and I mean, NO WHERE in the instructions or cover sheet did it mention I had to scan EVERYTHING!!! I did not OPT IN, to be electronic!!!!

I'm soooo mad...I lost a lot of time. And I'm still waiting on NVC to return both packages.

Has this happened to anyone else? I feel so stupid.

I'm I supposed to scan the pictures too?

Any feedback is appreciated. THANK you.
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Married 11/2011 in Mexico

I-130 PROCESS

May 9, 2012 - Sent I-130
May 17, 2012 - Received NOA1 in the mail
August 3, 2012 - NOA2 - APPROVAL

#2 foreverheidi

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 10:05 PM

Hi you have to scan all civil documents and convert them into PDF file and yes you have to scan the pictures as well But scan both photos, facing up, side by side. I also put the case number on there,date of birth and name of beneficiary on a white page and send them to


NVCElectronic@state.gov

I hope this helps if you have more questions feel free to ask me im not an expert but i would like to help take care and good luck !!!!
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#3 MrEver

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 10:37 PM

Hi you have to scan all civil documents and convert them into PDF file and yes you have to scan the pictures as well But scan both photos, facing up, side by side. I also put the case number on there,date of birth and name of beneficiary on a white page and send them to


NVCElectronic@state.gov

I hope this helps if you have more questions feel free to ask me im not an expert but i would like to help take care and good luck !!!!



Thanks a lot for your help! This really helps. The same applies to AOS package right? It also needs to be emailed?

After documents are emailed how long does it take for the case to be complete?

Thanks!
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Married 11/2011 in Mexico

I-130 PROCESS

May 9, 2012 - Sent I-130
May 17, 2012 - Received NOA1 in the mail
August 3, 2012 - NOA2 - APPROVAL

#4 foreverheidi

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 11:42 PM

Yes it applies for AOS too,, it takes around a week and a half to get complete if everything its ok sometimes it takes less :) you are welcome :) if you have more questions let me know ... Bye
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#5 GlobeHopperMama

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 02:11 AM

Yeah, you didn't opt in for electronic processing because for Mexico it's mandatory. The countries with the highest volume of applicants were generally chosen to be electronic processing countries a few years back to minimize the amount of actual paper flowing through the NVC and embassies/consulates. Just so you know, it's not just you, it's everybody filing in Mexico.
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Long story short, we have a complicated case. We've been at this for nearly 5 years. You can read our story here. I highly recommend our attorney Laurel Scott, as well as attorneys Laura Fernandez and Lizz Cannon .
Filed I-130 via CSC in Feb 2008. Petition approved June 2008. Consular interview in Mexico, Oct 2008, visa denied, INA 212a6cii. We allege improper application of the law in this case.
2012, started over in Seoul: I-130 filed DCF on 7/2, I-130 approved 8/8, Medical at Yonsei Severance 11/20, IR1 appointment in November 2012.
CRBA filed 1-3-13 at Seoul for our daughter

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