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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello to everyone here,,this is all new to me.Last week I received an approval letter from the USCIS.And they say that the case is now transfered to the NVC.The entire process of this seems to just make the time drag on.Would anybody share there experience of what kind of timeline my Fiancee are in for?And comes next from the NVC?

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Hello to everyone here,,this is all new to me.Last week I received an approval letter from the USCIS.And they say that the case is now transfered to the NVC.The entire process of this seems to just make the time drag on.Would anybody share there experience of what kind of timeline my Fiancee are in for?And comes next from the NVC?

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Hello to everyone here,,this is all new to me.Last week I received an approval letter from the USCIS.And they say that the case is now transfered to the NVC.The entire process of this seems to just make the time drag on.Would anybody share there experience of what kind of timeline my Fiancee are in for?And comes next from the NVC?

K-1 Visa Flowchart is the best.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Czech Republic
Timeline

Congrats!

It could be any number of things. It could go through to the Embassy in a matter of days or it could take a couple weeks. You could go into additional processing (AP) which could take up to 50 or 60 days. I was in AP but it was only 11 days. There is no real way to know. At least you are free of USCIS. NVC you can actually call and get an update (of sorts). If you are in AP there is no real update. It is either still in AP or sent on. hope that helps!

Please fill your timeline and that will help people answer questions about your situation better!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
Congrats!

It could be any number of things. It could go through to the Embassy in a matter of days or it could take a couple weeks. You could go into additional processing (AP) which could take up to 50 or 60 days. I was in AP but it was only 11 days. There is no real way to know. At least you are free of USCIS. NVC you can actually call and get an update (of sorts). If you are in AP there is no real update. It is either still in AP or sent on. hope that helps!

Please fill your timeline and that will help people answer questions about your situation better!

Thank you for your reply.I'm not sure what AP is..I will upload our timeline thanks again for your advice.

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