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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The NVC auto message says that "a packet of forms and documents has been generated and will be sent in the next few weeks" (or something like that). Once the forms are generated, do they send them out right away or sit on them until they are ready, for some reason?

Why would they say "in the next few weeks"? Or is that how long they assume it will take to get to you??


USCIS

August 16, 2007: Filed 1-130 at VSC for CR-1 Visa

December 21, 2007: NOA1 issued (I-130 now at CSC)

February 27, 2008: NOA2 issued

NVC

March 07, 2008: NVC case # received

March 26, 2008: Fee bills arrive

April 01, 2008: Fee bills paid

April 11, 2008: NVC processes fee bill payments

April 24, 2008: AOS and DS-230 requests arrive from NVC

May 13, 2008: Completed AOS and DS-230 packages sent to NVC

May 23, 2008: RFE for Police Certificate (even though all original docs were sent!)

June 30, 2008: Checklist Letter Response received at NVC (new documents)

July 8, 2008: Case complete

July 16, 2008: Case forwarded to Consulate

US CONSULATE - RIO DE JANEIRO

July 22, 2008: Case arrives at Consulate

July 24, 2008: Medical Exam

August 14, 2008: INTERVIEW! Visa issued!

August 18, 2008: Received immigrant visa and document package via DHL

January 16, 2009: Enter US at LAX POE

1-751 JOINT PETITION

November 5, 2010: Mailed file for 1-751 Removal of Conditions

November 6, 2010: Petition package arrival at CSC [check cashed on 11/10/10]

November 12, 2010: NOA1 received

December 14, 2010: Biometrics appointment

February 11, 2011: Approval of Removal of Conditions

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The NVC auto message says that "a packet of forms and documents has been generated and will be sent in the next few weeks" (or something like that). Once the forms are generated, do they send them out right away or sit on them until they are ready, for some reason?

Why would they say "in the next few weeks"? Or is that how long they assume it will take to get to you??

They send them to the mail room to be packaged and mailed which in reality generally takes a few days to a week. Depending on where you live, it should get to you in about 3 days after that. A lot of things on the automated message system say that a step will take a few weeks but that's usually just a CYA... Looking at people's NVC timelines these days, they are reviewing and approving I-864's and DS-230's quicker than "6-8 weeks" or "a few weeks".

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The NVC auto message says that "a packet of forms and documents has been generated and will be sent in the next few weeks" (or something like that). Once the forms are generated, do they send them out right away or sit on them until they are ready, for some reason?

Why would they say "in the next few weeks"? Or is that how long they assume it will take to get to you??

They send them to the mail room to be packaged and mailed which in reality generally takes a few days to a week. Depending on where you live, it should get to you in about 3 days after that. A lot of things on the automated message system say that a step will take a few weeks but that's usually just a CYA... Looking at people's NVC timelines these days, they are reviewing and approving I-864's and DS-230's quicker than "6-8 weeks" or "a few weeks".

Oh excellent, that is helpful, thank you. When the fee bills were sent (to New York) it took about 10 days to arrive... So, I am guessing about the same for the AOS and DS_230.


USCIS

August 16, 2007: Filed 1-130 at VSC for CR-1 Visa

December 21, 2007: NOA1 issued (I-130 now at CSC)

February 27, 2008: NOA2 issued

NVC

March 07, 2008: NVC case # received

March 26, 2008: Fee bills arrive

April 01, 2008: Fee bills paid

April 11, 2008: NVC processes fee bill payments

April 24, 2008: AOS and DS-230 requests arrive from NVC

May 13, 2008: Completed AOS and DS-230 packages sent to NVC

May 23, 2008: RFE for Police Certificate (even though all original docs were sent!)

June 30, 2008: Checklist Letter Response received at NVC (new documents)

July 8, 2008: Case complete

July 16, 2008: Case forwarded to Consulate

US CONSULATE - RIO DE JANEIRO

July 22, 2008: Case arrives at Consulate

July 24, 2008: Medical Exam

August 14, 2008: INTERVIEW! Visa issued!

August 18, 2008: Received immigrant visa and document package via DHL

January 16, 2009: Enter US at LAX POE

1-751 JOINT PETITION

November 5, 2010: Mailed file for 1-751 Removal of Conditions

November 6, 2010: Petition package arrival at CSC [check cashed on 11/10/10]

November 12, 2010: NOA1 received

December 14, 2010: Biometrics appointment

February 11, 2011: Approval of Removal of Conditions

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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The NVC auto message says that "a packet of forms and documents has been generated and will be sent in the next few weeks" (or something like that). Once the forms are generated, do they send them out right away or sit on them until they are ready, for some reason?

Why would they say "in the next few weeks"? Or is that how long they assume it will take to get to you??

After packet generations, Nobodys really sure where they sit.

The only thing were sure about is the packets dont get mailed right away. It sits at NVC from a few days to a few weeks.

Thats why a lot of people are turning to james' shortcuts

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The packets arrived yesterday, so the time between generation and arrival was about 10 days - the same amount of time as the fee bills.


USCIS

August 16, 2007: Filed 1-130 at VSC for CR-1 Visa

December 21, 2007: NOA1 issued (I-130 now at CSC)

February 27, 2008: NOA2 issued

NVC

March 07, 2008: NVC case # received

March 26, 2008: Fee bills arrive

April 01, 2008: Fee bills paid

April 11, 2008: NVC processes fee bill payments

April 24, 2008: AOS and DS-230 requests arrive from NVC

May 13, 2008: Completed AOS and DS-230 packages sent to NVC

May 23, 2008: RFE for Police Certificate (even though all original docs were sent!)

June 30, 2008: Checklist Letter Response received at NVC (new documents)

July 8, 2008: Case complete

July 16, 2008: Case forwarded to Consulate

US CONSULATE - RIO DE JANEIRO

July 22, 2008: Case arrives at Consulate

July 24, 2008: Medical Exam

August 14, 2008: INTERVIEW! Visa issued!

August 18, 2008: Received immigrant visa and document package via DHL

January 16, 2009: Enter US at LAX POE

1-751 JOINT PETITION

November 5, 2010: Mailed file for 1-751 Removal of Conditions

November 6, 2010: Petition package arrival at CSC [check cashed on 11/10/10]

November 12, 2010: NOA1 received

December 14, 2010: Biometrics appointment

February 11, 2011: Approval of Removal of Conditions

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The packets arrived yesterday, so the time between generation and arrival was about 10 days - the same amount of time as the fee bills.

That's about a week plus 3 days! :)

Indeed it is!


USCIS

August 16, 2007: Filed 1-130 at VSC for CR-1 Visa

December 21, 2007: NOA1 issued (I-130 now at CSC)

February 27, 2008: NOA2 issued

NVC

March 07, 2008: NVC case # received

March 26, 2008: Fee bills arrive

April 01, 2008: Fee bills paid

April 11, 2008: NVC processes fee bill payments

April 24, 2008: AOS and DS-230 requests arrive from NVC

May 13, 2008: Completed AOS and DS-230 packages sent to NVC

May 23, 2008: RFE for Police Certificate (even though all original docs were sent!)

June 30, 2008: Checklist Letter Response received at NVC (new documents)

July 8, 2008: Case complete

July 16, 2008: Case forwarded to Consulate

US CONSULATE - RIO DE JANEIRO

July 22, 2008: Case arrives at Consulate

July 24, 2008: Medical Exam

August 14, 2008: INTERVIEW! Visa issued!

August 18, 2008: Received immigrant visa and document package via DHL

January 16, 2009: Enter US at LAX POE

1-751 JOINT PETITION

November 5, 2010: Mailed file for 1-751 Removal of Conditions

November 6, 2010: Petition package arrival at CSC [check cashed on 11/10/10]

November 12, 2010: NOA1 received

December 14, 2010: Biometrics appointment

February 11, 2011: Approval of Removal of Conditions

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