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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?


I-130 (almost 5 months)

12/04/2007 I-130 sent

05/01/2008 I-130 NOA2 (approval) from CSC!

I-129f

02/06/2008 I-129f sent

05/30/2008 I-129f NOA2 (approval)--too late!

NVC (changed from K-3 to CR-1) (31 days)

05/06/2008 case received and case # assigned

05/12/2008 DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

05/13/2008 DS-3032 sent (by e-mail)

05/13/2008 AOS bill invoiced (paid online)

05/14/2008 AOS bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/16/2008 AOS package sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)

05/19/2008 AOS package received by NVC (9:30 AM)

05/20/2008 DS-3032 Choice of Agent accepted (confirmation by e-mail)

05/20/2008 AOS entered into NVC system

05/21/2008 NVC recording says I have info missing (false RFE confirmed by NVC operator!)

05/24/2008 IV bill invoiced (paid online)--bad timing-Memorial Day weekend!

05/28/2008 IV bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/28/2008 DS-230 sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)--received DS3032 via snail mail!

05/30/2008 DS-230 received by NVC (9:40 AM)

06/02/2008 DS-230 entered into NVC system

06/06/2008 case complete at NVC!

06/12/2008 sent to embassy in Lima, Peru!

06/16/2008 papers arrived at Embassy

06/18/2008 received interview packet (in US)

07/02/2008 medical exam

07/11/2008 Interview in Lima, Peru!

08/20/2008 POE Atlanta, then fly to Seattle

09/05/2008 Received Welcome Letter

10/20/2008 1st wedding anniversary!

10/20/2009 2nd anniversary!

02/06/2010 Daughter born!

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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?

It hasn't happened to me yet, but I beleive that you would hear it faster from the operator... but the phone msg, shouldn't be far behind. I just called and the operator said , give them 2-4 weeks to process the information. I'm hoping it will be next week. :whistle:


Sent I-130 to TSC

Received NOA1 from CSC with a date of 8/15/06

I-130 petition approved 4/16/2008 after 19 months.

Got IIN from NVC 5-13-08

Paid AOS fee online 5-14-08, Paid IV Fee online 5-27-08

Sent I-864 forms 5-27-08

Sent DS-230 forms 5-28-08

6-2-08 called NVC and msg says "received all information,processing will take 4-6 weeks"

6-13-08 called NVC, CR1 is complete, sent RFE for CR2. returned to NVC, waitn on result

6-26-08 case complete/approved. Waiting to be transferred to U.S. Embassy in Guangzhou, China for interview date

7-7-08 Petition forwarded to Guanzhou, China. Awaiting interview letter.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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The automated system will automatically tell you when your case has been completed with date and all. It's about two weeks after they receive the DS-230 packet.

Diana


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I think I made record with waiting for a "Case Complete"...It has been 24 days since they entered my DS230 into the system and I have not heard anything...plus they made a mistake and on June 02 I got the missing and/or incomplete info and when i called to find out what it was...they said they wanted my birth certificate and marriage certificate...i told them i'm the petitioner and my birth certificate is not required and i had already submitted my marriage certificate...when she looked she said sorry to disregard the message they thought this was a parent/sibling petition not a spouse petition...she said to wait another 10-15 days to hear a case complete...that will make it over a month since they have my docs...I can't believe this...am i the only one out there who experienced this.................. :crying::crying:


NVC Journey Total days: 75

04.09.2008: Case# assigned

05.12.2008: DS230 Entered into System

06.18.2008: Case Complete (So upset that it took this long 37days)

US Embassy:

10.29.2008: Interview Date Assigned

11.17.2008: Medical Appointment

12.03.2008: Interview Date (FINALLY!!!)**APPROVED**

12.08.2008: Visa Delivered

12.21.2008: POE JFK

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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How often do you call them? Have you called them since? :huh:

Diana


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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How often do you call them? Have you called them since? :huh:

Diana

I have basically called them everyday since the 19th to speak to a NVC operator to ask my status and they tell me the same thing that it is still under review and will take 2-4weeks...a couple of times when I called the NVC operator told me they will put a note in to request a review and still nothing..when i called last night the operator said that it is still under review and she noticed that a couple of times an operator put a request in for review...i had one time in May and one put in June 2...she said to wait 10-15 days...do you think me calling so much is acutally penalizing me...so because they see i call so much they don't want to touch my case...i don't know whats going on...the operators already told me docs are fine and there is nothing wrong with them so i am not sure why its taking so long...


NVC Journey Total days: 75

04.09.2008: Case# assigned

05.12.2008: DS230 Entered into System

06.18.2008: Case Complete (So upset that it took this long 37days)

US Embassy:

10.29.2008: Interview Date Assigned

11.17.2008: Medical Appointment

12.03.2008: Interview Date (FINALLY!!!)**APPROVED**

12.08.2008: Visa Delivered

12.21.2008: POE JFK

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?

It hasn't happened to me yet, but I beleive that you would hear it faster from the operator... but the phone msg, shouldn't be far behind. I just called and the operator said , give them 2-4 weeks to process the information. I'm hoping it will be next week. :whistle:

2-4 weeks??? Why are some people's cases complete after 3-4 days? Does it depend on the country the petitioner comes from? We quadruple checked our papers so I know nothing is missing or incomplete. So frustrating!


I-130 (almost 5 months)

12/04/2007 I-130 sent

05/01/2008 I-130 NOA2 (approval) from CSC!

I-129f

02/06/2008 I-129f sent

05/30/2008 I-129f NOA2 (approval)--too late!

NVC (changed from K-3 to CR-1) (31 days)

05/06/2008 case received and case # assigned

05/12/2008 DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

05/13/2008 DS-3032 sent (by e-mail)

05/13/2008 AOS bill invoiced (paid online)

05/14/2008 AOS bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/16/2008 AOS package sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)

05/19/2008 AOS package received by NVC (9:30 AM)

05/20/2008 DS-3032 Choice of Agent accepted (confirmation by e-mail)

05/20/2008 AOS entered into NVC system

05/21/2008 NVC recording says I have info missing (false RFE confirmed by NVC operator!)

05/24/2008 IV bill invoiced (paid online)--bad timing-Memorial Day weekend!

05/28/2008 IV bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/28/2008 DS-230 sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)--received DS3032 via snail mail!

05/30/2008 DS-230 received by NVC (9:40 AM)

06/02/2008 DS-230 entered into NVC system

06/06/2008 case complete at NVC!

06/12/2008 sent to embassy in Lima, Peru!

06/16/2008 papers arrived at Embassy

06/18/2008 received interview packet (in US)

07/02/2008 medical exam

07/11/2008 Interview in Lima, Peru!

08/20/2008 POE Atlanta, then fly to Seattle

09/05/2008 Received Welcome Letter

10/20/2008 1st wedding anniversary!

10/20/2009 2nd anniversary!

02/06/2010 Daughter born!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?

It hasn't happened to me yet, but I beleive that you would hear it faster from the operator... but the phone msg, shouldn't be far behind. I just called and the operator said , give them 2-4 weeks to process the information. I'm hoping it will be next week. :whistle:

2-4 weeks??? Why are some people's cases complete after 3-4 days? Does it depend on the country the petitioner comes from? We quadruple checked our papers so I know nothing is missing or incomplete. So frustrating!

"2-4 weeks to process the information" this is a standard statement of NVC operators and they have been taught and asked to say that.. so don't worry.... you should get your's sooner...


Marriage : 2007-09-02

I-130 Sent : 2007-10-03

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-01-08

I-129F Sent : 2008-01-29

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-01-30

I-130 Approved: 2008-03-28

NVC Entered: 2008-04-02

AOS & IV Bill generated : 2008-04-14

Cheques reached NVC: 2008-05-02

AOS and IV pack generated: 2008-05-12

I-864& DS-230 Packet reached NVC: 2008-06-9

Missing documents letter sent on 12th June 2008

Missing documents letter received by the lawyer : 18th/ 19th June 2008

Lawyer sent the missing document on 20th June

NVC received the documents on 23rd June 2008 10:08 A.M

I-864 missing information letter sent by NVC on 26th June 2008.

Spoke to the operator and mentioned that we had sent the document, operator put a note for us in the system.

NVC misplaced the document and we are asked to carry it to the Interview.

NVC Case Complete: 2008/06/27

Interview Date : 2008/08/28 ............ Hurray........... our day is here :)

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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?

sydkym, probably you'll hear those 2 magical words from NVC/AVR on the 10th (tuesday) LOL!!! :)


Our CR1 & CR2 Visa Timeline

USCIS

12/04/2007 : I-130 Sent to USCIS

01/29/2008 : NOA1

05/07/2008 : NOA2 (Approved)

NVC

05/14/2008 : NVC assigned MNL Case No.

05/26/2008 : NVC Generates AOS & IV Bill

06/02/2008 : Online Payment AOS & IV Bill

06/04/2008 : Printed I-864; DS-230 & Barcoded coversheet

06/12/2008 : Sent I-864 & DS-230 Packets to NVC via USPS (overnight)

06/13/2008 : NVC received the Packets

06/16/2008 : NVC entered the I-864 & DS-230 into the system

06/19/2008 : CR2 Case Completed while CR1 got RFE DS-230 #2 & #20

06/26/2008 : Sent the corrected RFE DS-230 to NVC via USPS (overnight)

06/27/2008 : NVC received the RFE DS-230 corrections

07/03/2008 : CASE COMPLETED!!!

USEM

08/13/2008 : Medical Exam PASSED!!! (Aug. 13, 14 & 15)

08/14/2008 : Received the hardcopy of the NVC Appointment Date

09/10/2008 : Interview PASSED! (Pink & White Slip due to DV)

09/26/2008 : Visa Received

10/12/2008 : Arrived to USA!!!

USA

10/12/2008 : POE Detroit

10/20/2008 : Received SSN

11/14/2008 : Received The Welcome Notice from Homeland (USCIS)

11/19/2008 : Received Green Card (11/30 got from old address mailbox)

ROC

09/03/2010 : Packet sent to USCIS

09/03/2010 : Received by USCIS

Matthew 6:34

"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own"

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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I´m dying to hear those words from NVC!

When you all heard "case complete" was it from the AVR or from an actual operator?

sydkym, probably you'll hear those 2 magical words from NVC/AVR on the 10th (tuesday) LOL!!! :)

That´s fine as long as I can get my interview that same week...is that possible?


I-130 (almost 5 months)

12/04/2007 I-130 sent

05/01/2008 I-130 NOA2 (approval) from CSC!

I-129f

02/06/2008 I-129f sent

05/30/2008 I-129f NOA2 (approval)--too late!

NVC (changed from K-3 to CR-1) (31 days)

05/06/2008 case received and case # assigned

05/12/2008 DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

05/13/2008 DS-3032 sent (by e-mail)

05/13/2008 AOS bill invoiced (paid online)

05/14/2008 AOS bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/16/2008 AOS package sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)

05/19/2008 AOS package received by NVC (9:30 AM)

05/20/2008 DS-3032 Choice of Agent accepted (confirmation by e-mail)

05/20/2008 AOS entered into NVC system

05/21/2008 NVC recording says I have info missing (false RFE confirmed by NVC operator!)

05/24/2008 IV bill invoiced (paid online)--bad timing-Memorial Day weekend!

05/28/2008 IV bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/28/2008 DS-230 sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)--received DS3032 via snail mail!

05/30/2008 DS-230 received by NVC (9:40 AM)

06/02/2008 DS-230 entered into NVC system

06/06/2008 case complete at NVC!

06/12/2008 sent to embassy in Lima, Peru!

06/16/2008 papers arrived at Embassy

06/18/2008 received interview packet (in US)

07/02/2008 medical exam

07/11/2008 Interview in Lima, Peru!

08/20/2008 POE Atlanta, then fly to Seattle

09/05/2008 Received Welcome Letter

10/20/2008 1st wedding anniversary!

10/20/2009 2nd anniversary!

02/06/2010 Daughter born!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Also...can the AVR change over the weekend, or just on week days?


I-130 (almost 5 months)

12/04/2007 I-130 sent

05/01/2008 I-130 NOA2 (approval) from CSC!

I-129f

02/06/2008 I-129f sent

05/30/2008 I-129f NOA2 (approval)--too late!

NVC (changed from K-3 to CR-1) (31 days)

05/06/2008 case received and case # assigned

05/12/2008 DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

05/13/2008 DS-3032 sent (by e-mail)

05/13/2008 AOS bill invoiced (paid online)

05/14/2008 AOS bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/16/2008 AOS package sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)

05/19/2008 AOS package received by NVC (9:30 AM)

05/20/2008 DS-3032 Choice of Agent accepted (confirmation by e-mail)

05/20/2008 AOS entered into NVC system

05/21/2008 NVC recording says I have info missing (false RFE confirmed by NVC operator!)

05/24/2008 IV bill invoiced (paid online)--bad timing-Memorial Day weekend!

05/28/2008 IV bill PAID and cover sheet printed

05/28/2008 DS-230 sent to NVC (FedEx from Peru)--received DS3032 via snail mail!

05/30/2008 DS-230 received by NVC (9:40 AM)

06/02/2008 DS-230 entered into NVC system

06/06/2008 case complete at NVC!

06/12/2008 sent to embassy in Lima, Peru!

06/16/2008 papers arrived at Embassy

06/18/2008 received interview packet (in US)

07/02/2008 medical exam

07/11/2008 Interview in Lima, Peru!

08/20/2008 POE Atlanta, then fly to Seattle

09/05/2008 Received Welcome Letter

10/20/2008 1st wedding anniversary!

10/20/2009 2nd anniversary!

02/06/2010 Daughter born!

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Filed: Country: Peru
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Also...can the AVR change over the weekend, or just on week days?

My case was completed on June 3rd and Arequipa4us on the 2nd, but we have not been scheduled for an interview yet. I am starting to wonder if the US embassy in Peru has filled all its appointments for July :unsure: ? Hope not. I will call an NVC operator today to find out what is going on. I will keep you posted.

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Also...can the AVR change over the weekend, or just on week days?

In our case we had change twice in a same week, first change was on Friday morning, second the next day on Saturday morning. Very weird, might NVC considered us as a 'special'. :rolleyes:

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Filed: Country: Peru
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I spoke to an NVC operator a few minutes ago. He said that I should hear something by next Friday as they will schedule the interviews for the month of July starting Monday. He also mentioned that the AVR might not change the day that the interview is schedule. Accorgin to hime, it usually takes a couple of days for the AVR to get updated. So I guess the only way to know right away is to keep calling during the week.

What a long weekend this is going to be...

Good luck everyone

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