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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India

Hello everyone

My husband has received NVC case number, DS-3032 and the AOS Bill 5 April 08

Does anyone know how long it takes to be complete at NVC?

I'm trying to estimate when my interview will be. ..

Please also suggest me what papers i should keep ready before receiving any form for NVC .

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Chile

You should try the regional forum that covers India where I presume the interview will be.

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10/01/2005: Married in Toronto

02/15/2006: Began Canadian Immigration

09/19/2007: Withdrew CIC application (they still hadn't processed anything)

10/01/2007: Moved back to U.S.


IR-1 application through Montreal Consulate

10/26/2007: I-130 mailed to CA Service Center

10/29/2007: USPS confirmation of receipt of I-130

02/13/2008: NOA-1 received (107 days)

07/02/2008: I-130 approved

07/22/2008: AOS filed including EAD and AP

07/25/2008: NOA-1s for all 3 received

08/20/2008: Biometrics appointment

08/22/2008: Received RFE for Affadivit of Support and Medical

10/21/2008: Submitted I-865W in lieu of co-sponsor and medical info to NSC

11/14/2008: online case status not updated since filing of AOS in July 2008

01/20/2009: Received another RFE for Affadavit of Support Info

02/02/2009: Responded to RFE with brand new AOS based on 2008 tax return (if that doesn't shut them up, dunno what will)

02/19/2009: EAD card received in mail (no updates on Online Case Status ever made)

02/23/2009: AP received (again, no online updates)

02/26/2009: Received interview appointment letter for 4/6/09

04/06/2009: AOS approved for unconditional GC

04/21/2009: GC received

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Hello there!!! Next you will recieve the I-864 packet from NVC which is the affidavit of support for the petitioner then next is the IV BILL which is almost $400 and then DS-230 also called Instruction Packet where you will send the ff. Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate, Divorce Decree, NBI Clearance, Police Clearance from all the Country you lived for more than a year after the age of 16, 2 pcs. 2x2 picture according to your Embassy or Consulate's specification, Xerox Copy of your Passport on Biographical part i think thats all they need from you then they will check on the completeness of all the papers you send to the NVC if there's no other papers needed from you wait for 2-6 weeks you will hear something from NVC regarding your interview date...I hope i help you... :star:

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You can try to read The NVC Jame's Short for all the documents that you need posted at http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=117

and also check out the NVC CR1/IR1 Visa Flowchart

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