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The NVC asked me to fill out a D-260 and Affidavit of support form for my husband under F2A. But my priority date hasn't gone out. I'm confused.

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My priority date is June 09, 2014 and the NVC asked me to send them the forms Ds-260 completed along with all the Affidavit of Support documents. My husband is under the F2A category and I'm a resident, not citizen. I have read that this is the process before the interview because my husband is abroad (in Italy). But my priority date is not out yet on the visa bulletin so I'm confused about this. Do I still need to check on the visa bulletin or does this mean that this is the last step before my husband comes to the U.S? When I called the NVC they told me that they are currently processing the visas of June 2014 which is when my priority date is. So what exactly does this mean? Will he get here soon or I still need to wait on the visa bulletin? We've been waiting for a year and a half already. I really hope we're almost there. :thumbs:

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I suggest you do what they wrote and said,

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it may be the queue for italy for F2-A has 'sped up' somehow.


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Hi

My priority date is June 09, 2014 and the NVC asked me to send them the forms Ds-260 completed along with all the Affidavit of Support documents. My husband is under the F2A category and I'm a resident, not citizen. I have read that this is the process before the interview because my husband is abroad (in Italy). But my priority date is not out yet on the visa bulletin so I'm confused about this. Do I still need to check on the visa bulletin or does this mean that this is the last step before my husband comes to the U.S? When I called the NVC they told me that they are currently processing the visas of June 2014 which is when my priority date is. So what exactly does this mean? Will he get here soon or I still need to wait on the visa bulletin? We've been waiting for a year and a half already. I really hope we're almost there. :thumbs:

Normally NVC asks people to fill out DS260,261 way in advance (almost 8 months before), long before their PD becomes current. Currently they are processing Nov 2013 PDs. Your PD of June 2014 will become current in like another 6 -8 months. So as they asked you to, go fill all the online forms, pay the fees and send all the documents they asked for.

Also they dont "speed up" this process for any single country. Hope this helps.

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