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I have send an email last week to NVCElectronic@State.gov with Petitioner's and Beneficiary's Name, DOB and Email address and also lawyers' information. I did put OPTIN MTLXXXXXXXXXX case number on subject line. However I have not heard anything from NVC Electronic to see if I got accepted to NVCElectronic Processing or not. My wife's consulate is in Montreal Canada.

I have paid AOS and IV Fees online and it shows paid. I have also filled out DS260 online just need to hit sign and submit. Also I-864 is ready to scan and send it to NVCElectronic, if they accept the electronic processing for me.

Can anyone let me know how long does it take for NVCElectronic to respond back? Or is there anything I should do to expedite it?


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Okay awesome. Took 8 full days to get my OPTIN accepted. Can take up to 2 weeks. If it's been 2 weeks, then use the supervisor review trick for the DS-3032 in the monthly NVC filers thread (should be in post #2) up in the IR1/CR1 progress reports forum.

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Hi All,

Im just new here. Im a LPR petitioner and my husband is in Canada. I did pay the AOS fee and fill up online form D261 for the Choice of Agent. I called NVC and she said i need to start working on my Affidavit of Support. After talking to her, i found out that I can do the electronic processing. This morning I called again and the guy I talked to, is not nice, he said I have to wait until I get the acceptance letter that Im enrolled for the electronic process before sending the AOS and its supporting documents.

Do I really need to wait for that email of acceptance or I can go ahead scan and email AOS and its supporting document?

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Does anyone know if sending the physical documents by courier is faster than scanning and emailing in the documents to NVC?

I'm getting a bit anxious about scanning all the documents, making sure I don't exceed the size recommendations, etc. Would like to hear other's stories of those who emailed the scanned documents vs those who physically mailed in the documents or sent via courier.

Thanks to all.

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