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Is this NORMAL? NOA2 --> Consulate ... NO NVC

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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?


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I-129F sent to VSC 09/16/2007

Check cashed on 09/19/2007

NOA1 effective 09/19/2007, received NOA1 by mail on 09/23/2007

NOA2 via email and USCIS website 01/18/2007, notice received by mail 01/25/2007

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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?

The notice may not say it, but it will go through the NVC. NVC is basically the hand off point between USCIS and Dept of State. DoS takes the petition from this point on.


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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?

I've read other couples saying they'd received the same letter, but that their cases still went through the NVC. I'd imagine yours will do the same thing. Congrats.


11/2004 - Met in Brazil

09/2006 - Apply for K1

03/2007 - K1 approved

04/2007 - Apply for AOS & EAD

07/2007 - EAD approved

01/2008 - Conditional Residency approved

11/2009 - Apply to remove conditions

02/2010 - Permanent Residency approved

11/2010 - Apply for Citizenship

03/2011 - Citizenship approved

07/2011 - Moved back to Brazil

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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?

I've read other couples saying they'd received the same letter, but that their cases still went through the NVC. I'd imagine yours will do the same thing. Congrats.

Oh ok.

Thank you for clarifying.


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I-129F sent to VSC 09/16/2007

Check cashed on 09/19/2007

NOA1 effective 09/19/2007, received NOA1 by mail on 09/23/2007

NOA2 via email and USCIS website 01/18/2007, notice received by mail 01/25/2007

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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?

Mine did that. The NOA2 said it was sent to the consulate. It did go to the NVC but I couldn't get any information about it until after it left. All cases must go through the NVC to get a new case number. All is well.

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hello VJ members

I received NOA2 hardcopy from VSC today. It says my petition has been approved and forwarded to listed Consulate.

It does not mention National Visa Center at all. I read somewhere that next step after NOA2 is NVC and then Embassy or Consulate.

Is it normal?

Mine did that. The NOA2 said it was sent to the consulate. It did go to the NVC but I couldn't get any information about it until after it left. All cases must go through the NVC to get a new case number. All is well.

Ours just went through NVC and our letter said the same thing. I think thats just a generic letter they send to everyone. Congratulations :)

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