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NVC title what's the numbers mean

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The letters are the embassy you're assigned to. So in your case Accra, Ghana.

The next 4 numbers are for the year the NVC your case number was assigned.

The next 3 are the actual numerical day of the year plus 500. For example if your case was assigned on March 6, that's the 65th day of the year...plus 500 equals 565.

The last 3 numbers are for the case number assigned that day for that particular embassy. So it appears yours would have been the 1st for that particular day...unless there are number other than 00 in front of the 1.

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The letters are the embassy you're assigned to. So in your case Accra, Ghana.

The next 4 numbers are for the year the NVC your case number was assigned.

The next 3 are the actual numerical day of the year plus 500. For example if your case was assigned on March 6, that's the 65th day of the year...plus 500 equals 565.

The last 3 numbers are for the case number assigned that day for that particular embassy. So it appears yours would have been the 1st for that particular day...unless there are number other than 00 in front of the 1.

wow that's cool how did you find out how to break down the case number

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wow that's cool how did you find out how to break down the case number

I've seen it posted on here several times. There are also a lot of different sites that break down what the NVC number means. Here's a link to one of them. http://www.***removed***/immigrant-visa/nvc-case-number.html

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The 01 comes after the total number then the Acc, there is a space between the number and the 01 ACC, so is the first case of that day , ?

That would mean when the NVC created your case and assigned you a number, you were the very first case for the Ghana embassy on that particular day.

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