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problem with visa fee and application..

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I filed 2 separate petition (f2a) for my wife and son, they were both approved.

now im on a process of sending their documents to nvc, but the big problem right

now that i have is when i paid and applied for my sons visa.what happened is

after i paid the AOS for the two, it took a week for me to able to pay for their visa,

so when i was able to pay for it i paid them both but paying it under my wife's case number

because my sons name is showing as an accompany under hers even though he has hes own

case number i did it because at first i cannot pay it under hes number but able to pay it under

hers, even the visa application is under her case number, now after the visa is paid and application

are submitted every time i sign in using my sons case # it still showing unpaid and thats when i realize

that i should not pay and apply hes visa under her case number because when i send hes documents

with the document cover sheet and scan the barcode its gonna show that hes visa is still unpaid

and no visa application is being filed.This is the problem that i have right now and i don't know how

im going to correct it, nvc are giving me different answers every time i call.does anyone here been

through the same issue as mine?thanks..

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How old is your son?? Why your child is not derivative benificiary under your wife. I am sure when filing i 130, you must have put child's info. Call nvc and ask if your child is qualify for visa under your wife. USC needs to apply for two different i 130 for spouse and child but LPR can file both of them under one file.


11/27/2013 - Priority Date

04/01/2015 - I-130 Approved

04/21/2015 - NVC received Case

04/29/2015 - DS261 filled

05/02/2015 - Case under CSPA review

06/04/2015 - Supervisor review Initiated-Wait 42 days

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You can proceed with your son being your wife's derivative under her petition (her case number). That way, the money you paid for his IV fee will not go to waste. All of his civil documents will be under your wife's case number as they will be processed as "one".

You can now "abandon" your son's own case. If you still want him to have his own case and case number, you must pay his IV fee again under his own IIN.

By the way, are you still a green card holder? Or already a US citizen?

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We have the same problem my husbAnd filed different cases but he pay the iv fee under my case now i filed for iv application under also my case which my son in accompany status but the my husband called to nvc they told him that we must file separately so the nvc advise he must send an email together with the receipt for iv fee so they can process separately....

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