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Status Change From F2A to IR1 at U.S. Consulate

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Hello everyone,

I am so frustrated now. Please help me out with this complicated situation!

I filed my husband in August 2013 on category F2A. Our case received an interview notice in April 2014. Unfortunately we experienced the big retrogression for F2A while we preparing for the interview. I didn't want just wait for the priority date become current, so I filed naturalization application in June 2014. I thought I could get my citizenship in at most 4 months, but I was wrong, it took me 8 months to get the interview. I got my citizenship certificate on April 2nd, 2015. My husband's old category(F2A) will become current in May 2015, but I reported my status change to the U.S. consulate, they replied me and only said that they have changed my case from F2A to IR1, then I got back to the state.travel.gov to change my visa category and tried to get my interview scheduled, but I couldn't!!! The system doesn't recognize my case number anymore!! GOOD GOLLY!! What should I do next? How long do I need to wait for the interview appointment can be made?! Please help me!!

If anyone knew the answer, please reply! Thank you for your patience!

Best too all!!!!

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Did you hear back from the embassy? what happened in your case after that. Please reply.


PD April 10, 2014

I-130 Approved, April 30, 2014 (CSC)

US Consulate, Mumbai, India

AT NVC

NVC Received and Scanned June 04, 2014

NVC Case and IIN obtained via phone in June 09 2014

Welcome Letter Email Received: May 13, 2015

DS-261 (Choice of Agent) completed and submitted: May 13, 2015

DS-261 Reviewed over the phone on May 15, 2015

Received IV fee invoice email, May 22,2015

Paid Fees with money order

Paid Fees two days later online

Submitted documents, June 16th, 2015

AOS Checklist, July 18th, 2015

Submitted Checklist, Aug 14th, 2015

Case Complete by phone, Sep 23, 2015

CC Email: Sep 30, 2015

Interview Email: Oct 23, 2015

Interview Date: Dec 29, 2015

AT US Consulate:

Medical:

Finger Prints:

Interview:

Visa Issued:

Visa Received:

POE:

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