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NVC still scheduling May for CR1's

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My wife and I had received our CR1 interview for May 8th from the NVC for US Embassy Manila. I went on the USEM website and scheduled her for an earlier appointment on April 13th. We went to the interview and was approved for the Us Visa with no hassle for scheduling an earlier appointment. Good Luck on your journey!

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My wife and I had received our CR1 interview for May 8th from the NVC for US Embassy Manila. I went on the USEM website and scheduled her for an earlier appointment on April 13th. We went to the interview and was approved for the Us Visa with no hassle for scheduling an earlier appointment. Good Luck on your journey!

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Its possible to adjust the dates? How? Thanks


   

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Hi

Its possible to adjust the dates? How? Thanks

I didn't adjust the date on the USEM website. I just scheduled a new appointment that I was able to get almost one month earlier. I went to this address https://cgifederal.secure.force.com/applicanthome and created a username and password and completed the proper appointment schedule forms for the CR1 visa, printed out the appointment slip and went to the interview. Good Luck on your visa interview journey

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I didn't adjust the date on the USEM website. I just scheduled a new appointment that I was able to get almost one month earlier. I went to this address https://cgifederal.secure.force.com/applicanthome and created a username and password and completed the proper appointment schedule forms for the CR1 visa, printed out the appointment slip and went to the interview. Good Luck on your visa interview journey

Thanks for the info!


   

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My wife and I had received our CR1 interview for May 8th from the NVC for US Embassy Manila. I went on the USEM website and scheduled her for an earlier appointment on April 13th. We went to the interview and was approved for the Us Visa with no hassle for scheduling an earlier appointment. Good Luck on your journey!

I assume you did this after getting your interview appointment from NVC right?

Great idea by the way! I just checked and they have April 29th. I'm not ready yet, but I like the way you did it.

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Consulate Manila, Philippines
Nebraska Service Center

2014-09-26 Marriage

USCIS

2014-10-16 I-130 Received
2014-10-24 NOA 1 Received
2014-11-07 RFE Received Online
2014-12-05 NSO Marriage Certificate received
2014-12-14 I-130 petition approved by USCIS
2014-12-15 Email from USCIS stating file has been sent to NVC

NVC

2014-12-19 NVC received our case
2015-01-23 NVC case number available
2015-01-24 Submitted DS 261
2015-01-26 Paid AOS fee
2015-01-29 Scanned the AOS & IV documents
2015-02-18 NVC IV fee was marked as paid on CEAC
2015-02-18 DS 260 Completed
2015-03-31 Received Expected Checklist for Singapore Police Certificates
2015-04-12 NVC Certificate of Clearance received

2015-05-08 Case Complete

2015 -05-21 Case sent to Manila via DHL

MANILA

2015-05-11 SLEC Medical
2015-05-15 CFO Certificate issued

2015-05-25 Case received by Manila Emabssy

2015-06-04 Interview Scheduled

2015-06-02 Manila Embassy didn't have Hong Kong Police Certificate. Apparently Phil Post didn't deliver it per their tracking.

2015-06-08 Hong Kong Police sent another Police Certificate.

2015-06-23 Hong Kong Police Certificate received by Embassy

2015-07-15 Ready for Interview on CEAC (already had interview)

2015-07-22 Visa ready at 2GO

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Thanks for the info!

Thanks for the info!

Your Welcome...I hope it helps

I assume you did this after getting your interview appointment from NVC right?

Great idea by the way! I just checked and they have April 29th. I'm not ready yet, but I like the way you did it.

Your Welcome...I hope it helps

Your Welcome...I hope it helps

Yes I did this after the NVC scheduled appointment

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So no questions at the USem at all regarding the new interview date? If so that will be awesome!

When I scheduled the new interview date, There were No questions asked at the interview about the new appointment at all!!!!

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