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Sounds like a case complete! Congrats!


Met in 2010 on a forum for a mutual interest. Became friends.
2011: Realized we needed to evaluate our status as friends when we realized we were talking about raising children together.

2011/2012: Decided we were a couple sometime in, but no possibility of being together due to being same sex couple.

June 26, 2013: DOMA overturned. American married couples ALL have the same federal rights at last! We can be a family!

June-September, 2013: Discussion about being together begins.

November 13, 2013: Meet in person to see if this could work. It's perfect. We plan to elope to Boston, MA.

March 13, 2014 Married!

May 9, 2014: Petition mailed to USCIS

May 12, 2014: NOA1.
October 27, 2014: NOA2. (5 months, 2 weeks, 1 day after NOA1)
October 31, 2014: USCIS ships file to NVC (five days after NOA2) Happy Halloween for us!

November 18, 2014: NVC receives our case (22 days after NOA2)

December 17, 2014: NVC generates case number (50 days after NOA2)

December 19, 2014: Receive AOS bill, DS-261. Submit DS-261 (52 days after NOA2)

December 20, 2014: Pay AOS Fee

January 7, 2015: Receive, pay IV Fee

January 10, 2015: Complete DS-260

January 11, 2015: Send AOS package and Civil Documents
March 23, 2015: Case Complete at NVC. (70 days from when they received docs to CC)

May 6, 2015: Interview at Montréal APPROVED!

May 11, 2015: Visa in hand! One year less one day from NOA1.

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Sounds like a case complete! Congrats!

Well thank you for your good words but i dont think so yet. My iv fee still says paid.

My affidavit of support and civil documents have been saying n/a from the start.

So that was the only thing that changed, i dont think its case complete yet, allthough that is the only thing i pray for every second.

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The other one won't change to N/A. You originally had two spots that said N/A. There is now a third, which has changed from Paid to N/A. That third N/A is the signal. Often nothing else changes for a few days, but if you call on Monday, I can nearly guarantee you'll be told you're Case Complete! This gives me hope, as it's been more than 60 days for awhile!


Met in 2010 on a forum for a mutual interest. Became friends.
2011: Realized we needed to evaluate our status as friends when we realized we were talking about raising children together.

2011/2012: Decided we were a couple sometime in, but no possibility of being together due to being same sex couple.

June 26, 2013: DOMA overturned. American married couples ALL have the same federal rights at last! We can be a family!

June-September, 2013: Discussion about being together begins.

November 13, 2013: Meet in person to see if this could work. It's perfect. We plan to elope to Boston, MA.

March 13, 2014 Married!

May 9, 2014: Petition mailed to USCIS

May 12, 2014: NOA1.
October 27, 2014: NOA2. (5 months, 2 weeks, 1 day after NOA1)
October 31, 2014: USCIS ships file to NVC (five days after NOA2) Happy Halloween for us!

November 18, 2014: NVC receives our case (22 days after NOA2)

December 17, 2014: NVC generates case number (50 days after NOA2)

December 19, 2014: Receive AOS bill, DS-261. Submit DS-261 (52 days after NOA2)

December 20, 2014: Pay AOS Fee

January 7, 2015: Receive, pay IV Fee

January 10, 2015: Complete DS-260

January 11, 2015: Send AOS package and Civil Documents
March 23, 2015: Case Complete at NVC. (70 days from when they received docs to CC)

May 6, 2015: Interview at Montréal APPROVED!

May 11, 2015: Visa in hand! One year less one day from NOA1.

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The other one won't change to N/A. You originally had two spots that said N/A. There is now a third, which has changed from Paid to N/A. That third N/A is the signal. Often nothing else changes for a few days, but if you call on Monday, I can nearly guarantee you'll be told you're Case Complete! This gives me hope, as it's been more than 60 days for awhile!

oh my goodness, you think? Im only skeptical because the civil documents and affidavit of support and financial documents have been saying N/A from the beginning. Im just so scared to get happy and find out it was the opposite or nothing at all. also i should mention that the link went from blue to gray where i cant click on it.

im sure you wont be too far along.

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oh my goodness, you think? Im only skeptical because the civil documents and affidavit of support and financial documents have been saying N/A from the beginning. Im just so scared to get happy and find out it was the opposite or nothing at all. also i should mention that the link went from blue to gray where i cant click on it.

im sure you wont be too far along.

They say that for everyone, as far as I know. It's that third N/A that everyone waits for. If you go to some of the other NVC waiting threads, you'll see.

You got your magic third N/A, you're moving on to the next stage. Best of luck!


Met in 2010 on a forum for a mutual interest. Became friends.
2011: Realized we needed to evaluate our status as friends when we realized we were talking about raising children together.

2011/2012: Decided we were a couple sometime in, but no possibility of being together due to being same sex couple.

June 26, 2013: DOMA overturned. American married couples ALL have the same federal rights at last! We can be a family!

June-September, 2013: Discussion about being together begins.

November 13, 2013: Meet in person to see if this could work. It's perfect. We plan to elope to Boston, MA.

March 13, 2014 Married!

May 9, 2014: Petition mailed to USCIS

May 12, 2014: NOA1.
October 27, 2014: NOA2. (5 months, 2 weeks, 1 day after NOA1)
October 31, 2014: USCIS ships file to NVC (five days after NOA2) Happy Halloween for us!

November 18, 2014: NVC receives our case (22 days after NOA2)

December 17, 2014: NVC generates case number (50 days after NOA2)

December 19, 2014: Receive AOS bill, DS-261. Submit DS-261 (52 days after NOA2)

December 20, 2014: Pay AOS Fee

January 7, 2015: Receive, pay IV Fee

January 10, 2015: Complete DS-260

January 11, 2015: Send AOS package and Civil Documents
March 23, 2015: Case Complete at NVC. (70 days from when they received docs to CC)

May 6, 2015: Interview at Montréal APPROVED!

May 11, 2015: Visa in hand! One year less one day from NOA1.

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They say that for everyone, as far as I know. It's that third N/A that everyone waits for. If you go to some of the other NVC waiting threads, you'll see.

You got your magic third N/A, you're moving on to the next stage. Best of luck!

congratulations thats mean ur case is complete, like me i got that 2 days ago i cleed Nvc Case complete

omg you guys if that is the case, im over the moon happy but i want to wait till monday until i call them and actually hear it from them because you never know.

best of luck to both of you. thank you again

if anyone else has any thoughts please share

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im positiv :dancing:

omg you guys if that is the case, im over the moon happy but i want to wait till monday until i call them and actually hear it from them because you never know.

best of luck to both of you. thank you again

if anyone else has any thoughts please share

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~~moved to progress reports from process and procedures~~

Call Monday and find out.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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N/A instead of paid for the AOS fee has been indicative of a case complete for about a year now I think.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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