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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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Hi guys like 3 weeks ago my petitoner recived a letter that the I130( for brother or sister) that he applied has been sent to NVC.

Also in the letter says that if u have any questions please contect NVC directly but its better to call them if for 90 days ur person for who u are applying hasnt recived corespondence from NVC.

What does this mean?? Especialy the corespondence from NVC to the benificary??

Pls help


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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That just means you should hear from them in 90 days. If that does not happen, you can call them and tell them a few insults. :)

Yes i will hear from them ... but for wat to chose an agent or anything else??


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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:guides: --- they have pretty much all the answers.

Where should i read the guides?


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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Filed: Other Country: United Kingdom
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:guides: --- they have pretty much all the answers.

Where should i read the guides?

Look at the toolbar at the top of the page


IR-5 FOR BOTH PARENTS

04/23/09 : I-130 Sent

04/30/09 : I-130 NOA1 Received

08/10/09 : I-130 Approved

08/14/09 : I-130 NOA2 Received

08/17/09 : NVC Case Numbers issued

08/17/09 : Called NVC and registered email addresses against Case Number

08/20/09 : Received DS-3032 & I-864 Bill

08/20/09 : Paid I-864 Bill

08/21/09 : Returned Completed DS-3032 Forms (by email)

08/23/09 : Receive I-864 Package

08/24/09 : Return Completed I-864

08/26/09 : I-864 Acknowledged at NVC

09/03/09 : Receive IV Bill

09/03/09 : Paid IV Bill

09/03/09 : DS-3032 Accepted

09/04/09 : IV Bill shown as PAID

09/04/09 : Returned Completed DS-230 package

09/08/09 : DS-230 Received NVC

09/17/09 : RFE (Military Record of Service & German Police Check)

10/02/09 : RFE Documents sent by DHL to NVC

10/07/09 : Documents arrive at NVC

10/16/09 : Case Complete NVC

10/26/09 : Received email notification of case complete

10/29/09 : Notification of interview date by email

10/30/09 : Medicals Booked

11/17/09 : Medical in London (Richard)

11/19/09 : Medical in London (My wife)

12/01/09 : Interview in London

12/01/09 : Required documents faxed to embassy

12/09/09 : Required documents faxed again to embassy

12/09/09 : Hard copies of documents mailed to embassy

12/17/09 : Visa received by courier

12/18/09 : US ENTRY ORLANDO!

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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Ok but do you think in 90 days NVC will send me the fee to pay and the DS-3032 form for agent?


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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Ok but do you think in 90 days NVC will send me the fee to pay and the DS-3032 form for agent?

Approval by USCIS is only the first part in getting a visa. After the petition is approved by USCIS, it is forwarded to the NVC to await for an available visa in your category. This could be a short wait or many more years of waiting. Your category is F4, US citizen petitioning for a sibling.

To determine when a visa will become available to you, you need to have the following information; 1) your Priority Date (PD) which is when USCIS received the petition for you and when you got in line for a visa, and 2) your category (F4 in your case). Become familiar with the Visa Bulletin; http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/bulletin...letin_1360.html. Look at "Family 4th" in "All Chargeability Areas Except Those Listed" and you will see in the November 2009 Visa Bulletin that the current PD is June 15, 1999. This means that those with petitions filed before that date have visas available to them.

What is your PD? Only when your PD is close to being current will the NVC contact you and the petitioner about paying fees and the DS-3032. Lots of people get their petitions forwarded to the NVC and will hear nothing for many years.

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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yeah but it my letter says that i will get corespondence from NVC in 90 days.....??? how do you explain this


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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yeah but it my letter says that i will get corespondence from NVC in 90 days.....??? how do you explain this

Hi guys like 3 weeks ago my petitoner recived a letter that the I130( for brother or sister) that he applied has been sent to NVC.

Also in the letter says that if u have any questions please contect NVC directly but its better to call them if for 90 days ur person for who u are applying hasnt recived corespondence from NVC.

What does this mean?? Especialy the corespondence from NVC to the benificary??

Pls help

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No where does it say the NVC will contact you. The letter said if you have any questions or if the beneficiary (person for whom you are applying) does not get a correspondence from the NVC (it's about the same notice you got), then it would be better for you to contact them after 90 days.

No where does it say the NVC will contact you.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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What is your Priority Date?


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Macedonia
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yeah but it my letter says that i will get corespondence from NVC in 90 days.....??? how do you explain this

Hi guys like 3 weeks ago my petitoner recived a letter that the I130( for brother or sister) that he applied has been sent to NVC.

Also in the letter says that if u have any questions please contect NVC directly but its better to call them if for 90 days ur person for who u are applying hasnt recived corespondence from NVC.

What does this mean?? Especialy the corespondence from NVC to the benificary??

Pls help

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No where does it say the NVC will contact you. The letter said if you have any questions or if the beneficiary (person for whom you are applying) does not get a correspondence from the NVC (it's about the same notice you got), then it would be better for you to contact them after 90 days.

No where does it say the NVC will contact you.

CAN you READ??!?!? i havnt got corespondence from NVC ... this letter is the only thing that my petitioner has got.

the letter says thish:

" Your case has been proved and sent for visa procesing... NVC will check the case and see what is the apropriate consular for your case.

NVC will contact the benificary to inform fro further inmigration steps

If you have any question pls call NVC directly but we recomand to wait if for 90 days the benificary has not got corespondence from NVC."

?!?!?!?!


 

USCIS

Priority Date: August 28th, 2004

(August)08/20/2004 I-130 Fedex to Vermont

(September)09/01/2004 NOA1 (Received)

(November)10/16/2009 NOA2 (Approved)

 

NVC

(November)10/19/2009 NVC case number assigned

(May) 05/11/2017 Case opened for further processing

(May) 05/11/2017 DS261 Submitted

(May) 05/21/2017 DS260s Submitted for All three aplicants

(Feb) 02/17/2018 Case Completed

(March) 03/06/2018 Visa Interview Scheduled at US Embassy Skopje

(April) 04/17/2018 Visa Interview -- APPROVED

 

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