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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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is a straight e-mail ok or should you scan a letter and attach so it has a signature ? :help:


05/27/06 / Marriage

07/17/07 / I-130 sent

07/19/07 / NOA1

12/11/07 / NOA2

12/27/07 / NVC

01/14/08 / DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

01/15/08 / E-mailed DS-3032

01/16/08 / DS-3032 accepted and entered

01/18/08 / AOS payment sent

02/02/08 / I-864 received

02/04/08 / I-864 sent

02/07/08 / IV Bill received

02/07/08 / IV bill sent

03/02/08 / DS-230 sent

03/14/08 / CASE COMPLETE

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is a straight e-mail ok or should you scan a letter and attach so it has a signature ? :help:

If you email NVC about choice of agent, you don't need to send scanned letter. Make sure, you email them only after NVC generates the choice of agent.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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thanks , just talked to nvc this evening and it has already been generated.(today) am going to wait till tomorrow evening to send. thanks again. :dance:


05/27/06 / Marriage

07/17/07 / I-130 sent

07/19/07 / NOA1

12/11/07 / NOA2

12/27/07 / NVC

01/14/08 / DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

01/15/08 / E-mailed DS-3032

01/16/08 / DS-3032 accepted and entered

01/18/08 / AOS payment sent

02/02/08 / I-864 received

02/04/08 / I-864 sent

02/07/08 / IV Bill received

02/07/08 / IV bill sent

03/02/08 / DS-230 sent

03/14/08 / CASE COMPLETE

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Vietnam
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Just have a quick question for those that have cases with NVC currently. DS-3032 is only generated for the alien right? or is it also generated for the petitioner, too?

For some reason when I read the NVC Process Flowchart for CR-1/IR-1 Visa Applicants, I got the misleading idea that DS-3032 is generated and is sent to both petitioner and alien. It states as follow:

"NVC Generates and sends a copy of the DS-3032 (Choice of Agent form) and the AOS Bill to the petitioner."

"At the same time, NVC generates and sends the DS-3032 to the alien."

I'll have my wife email NVC the Choice of Agent when it's generated for us. The question is, do I also need to email NVC to tell them to send everything to me? Just want to clear up this question that I've for a long time. Thanks!


I-130 Journey

USCIS

2007-07-17 : Marriage

2007-08-14 : I-130 Sent

2007-10-02 : I-130 NOA1

2008-03-06 : I-130 NOA2

NVC

2008-03-18 : NVC Case # Assigned

2008-04-28 : I-864EZ Cleared at NVC

2008-05-19 : NVC Forwarded Case to HCMC

CONSULATE

2008-05-21 : HCMC Received Electronic File

2008-06-05 : Interview Passed!

2008-06-17 : Visa in Hand

US

2008-06-24 : POE - Newark

2008-07-24 : Received Green Card

2008-08-25 : Received SS Card

2010-04-12 : I-751 and Check Sent

2010-04-21 : I-751 NOA Received - 1 Year Extension

2010-08-20 : 10-Year Green Card Arrived

Naturalization

2012-08-27 : File N-400

2012-08-31 : Check Cashed

2012-09-06 : N-400 NOA

2012-09-19 : Biometric Appointment and Fingerprint

2012-10-15 : Receive Naturalization Interview Date

2012-11-19 : Naturalization Interview Completed

2013-01-14 : Oath Letter received

2013-01-16 : Oath Ceremony / Become US Citizen

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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1) yes nvc send ds3032 to poth parties involved== i think they do it just incase bene's gets lost

2)yes both aos and ds-3032 are in same envolope when it iis sent to you

3) no you have to do nothing but pay the aos bill the choice of agent is just for the bene.

make sure you get auto response e-mail in return when doing the short cut or i understand it did take

good luck

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Vietnam
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1) yes nvc send ds3032 to poth parties involved== i think they do it just incase bene's gets lost

2)yes both aos and ds-3032 are in same envolope when it iis sent to you

3) no you have to do nothing but pay the aos bill the choice of agent is just for the bene.

make sure you get auto response e-mail in return when doing the short cut or i understand it did take

good luck

Thanks for the answer. Beneficiary (my wife) is the only one needed to email back the Choice of Agent, DS-3032, to pick me as an agent. All I need is to pay AOS bill ($70), without sending back or email DS-3032. Nor, I think that also answers your question.


I-130 Journey

USCIS

2007-07-17 : Marriage

2007-08-14 : I-130 Sent

2007-10-02 : I-130 NOA1

2008-03-06 : I-130 NOA2

NVC

2008-03-18 : NVC Case # Assigned

2008-04-28 : I-864EZ Cleared at NVC

2008-05-19 : NVC Forwarded Case to HCMC

CONSULATE

2008-05-21 : HCMC Received Electronic File

2008-06-05 : Interview Passed!

2008-06-17 : Visa in Hand

US

2008-06-24 : POE - Newark

2008-07-24 : Received Green Card

2008-08-25 : Received SS Card

2010-04-12 : I-751 and Check Sent

2010-04-21 : I-751 NOA Received - 1 Year Extension

2010-08-20 : 10-Year Green Card Arrived

Naturalization

2012-08-27 : File N-400

2012-08-31 : Check Cashed

2012-09-06 : N-400 NOA

2012-09-19 : Biometric Appointment and Fingerprint

2012-10-15 : Receive Naturalization Interview Date

2012-11-19 : Naturalization Interview Completed

2013-01-14 : Oath Letter received

2013-01-16 : Oath Ceremony / Become US Citizen

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Hi,

I'm a bit confused. Who actually will send the DS-3032 email to NVC, petitioner or beneficiary?

Thanks a lot!

Beneficiary.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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I am not at the NVC yet, but want to be prepared

If beneficiary e-mails the NVC, what do you mean with that statement?

does she scan and e-mail the choice of agent form itself or what is it?

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I am not at the NVC yet, but want to be prepared

If beneficiary e-mails the NVC, what do you mean with that statement?

does she scan and e-mail the choice of agent form itself or what is it?

You don't need to scan anything and attach anything with the email. Just email NVC. For details, please read the NVC shortcut.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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I am not at the NVC yet, but want to be prepared

If beneficiary e-mails the NVC, what do you mean with that statement?

does she scan and e-mail the choice of agent form itself or what is it?

You don't need to scan anything and attach anything with the email. Just email NVC. For details, please read the NVC shortcut.

what should she say in e-mail and waht do you mean with NVC shortcut(can not find any info about e-mailing)

Thank you

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Vietnam
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I am not at the NVC yet, but want to be prepared

If beneficiary e-mails the NVC, what do you mean with that statement?

does she scan and e-mail the choice of agent form itself or what is it?

You don't need to scan anything and attach anything with the email. Just email NVC. For details, please read the NVC shortcut.

what should she say in e-mail and waht do you mean with NVC shortcut(can not find any info about e-mailing)

Thank you

Many members are having success in emailing the NVC to choose their agent in place of sending in the DS-3032. Expect a confirmation they have processed your choice of agent in about 2 weeks. Sometimes you get an automated response saying they received your email, but I never got that, only the final acceptance email.

Have your foreign spouse send an email to NVCINQUIRY@state.gov with the following contents:

Dear Sir or Madam,

My name is ....., my visa case number is #......

Unfortunately I cannot locate my DS-3032 and would like to appoint my husband as my agent of choice to receive all the correspondence from NVC. His name and address is:

......

All mail from the U.S. Department of State concerning my immigration visa application should be send to the address above. Thank you for your help.

Sincerely yours,

Foreign Spouses Name

Source: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Email_DS-3032_form


I-130 Journey

USCIS

2007-07-17 : Marriage

2007-08-14 : I-130 Sent

2007-10-02 : I-130 NOA1

2008-03-06 : I-130 NOA2

NVC

2008-03-18 : NVC Case # Assigned

2008-04-28 : I-864EZ Cleared at NVC

2008-05-19 : NVC Forwarded Case to HCMC

CONSULATE

2008-05-21 : HCMC Received Electronic File

2008-06-05 : Interview Passed!

2008-06-17 : Visa in Hand

US

2008-06-24 : POE - Newark

2008-07-24 : Received Green Card

2008-08-25 : Received SS Card

2010-04-12 : I-751 and Check Sent

2010-04-21 : I-751 NOA Received - 1 Year Extension

2010-08-20 : 10-Year Green Card Arrived

Naturalization

2012-08-27 : File N-400

2012-08-31 : Check Cashed

2012-09-06 : N-400 NOA

2012-09-19 : Biometric Appointment and Fingerprint

2012-10-15 : Receive Naturalization Interview Date

2012-11-19 : Naturalization Interview Completed

2013-01-14 : Oath Letter received

2013-01-16 : Oath Ceremony / Become US Citizen

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Logically ( actually not legally)

example:

my wife does not speak English, so I open e-mail account for her(yahoo, hotmail, any...)

I write e-mail for her and send it as it was hers e-mail

they do not know who and from where was it sent

there is no signature or anything else

not legal but I guess a lot people did it

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Logically ( actually not legally)

example:

my wife does not speak English, so I open e-mail account for her(yahoo, hotmail, any...)

I write e-mail for her and send it as it was hers e-mail

they do not know who and from where was it sent

there is no signature or anything else

not legal but I guess a lot people did it

I've been think the same but I guess I will write the email and send to her then she will send it

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