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Our K1 went NVC on 11/17 and to Embassy on 11/23. I have emailed them on 12/6 and on 12/12 without reply to inquire about our case status to get packet 3 and the interview date.

I am planning to visit my fiance again on February 10-20.

At this point, we would really rather have his interview either while I'm there or after I leave just to make our case stronger.

I don't think that we can request an interview date, but should I keep pursuing requests for interview times right now or wait until the beginning of January to ask an update in our case status/interview date? How long in advance are these usually scheduled?

I don't want them to think we have lost interest by emailing several times and then not emailing again until the beginning of January.

Our initial I-129F had it's approval notice valid until 02/25/2017.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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I have actually been going similar things. NVC issued the Case number a day before you 11/16 but they keep telling me they are processing it. not yet sent to the embassy. I do not know how long does it take until they send it to the embassy after the application goes through administrative review. is that normal? and it has been a month already. will it be much longer?

Our initial I-129F had it's approval notice valid until 02/24/2017.

thanks for any help about this puzzling issue.

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Casa will not let you in to interview but they ask when financee visited last

it is always good to be there for emotional support and there is a cafe across the street to wait in

make sure he does his medical exam about 2 weeks before interview as travel time and visa is based on that

he will have to travel within 6 months of medical

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Casa will not let you in to interview but they ask when financee visited last

it is always good to be there for emotional support and there is a cafe across the street to wait in

make sure he does his medical exam about 2 weeks before interview as travel time and visa is based on that

he will have to travel within 6 months of medical

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