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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Up until now things have been going pretty well. We're applying for the K1 Fiance Visa. I filed our case late in January, it was approved in February and I got a letter from the NVC on March 4, 2010 saying that they had received an approved case from the USCIS and would, within the week, be sending it to the Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Consulate.

They said in the letter that my fiance should be expecting a package with instructions about the interview.

Does anyone know of a way to track where the application is and how it is doing?

How long does it typically take for Juarez to send out the packets? I noticed on here that there are more than one packet, do they send more than one?

If something is wrong or if it is lost we'd like to know.

Any help would be very, very welcome.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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Up until now things have been going pretty well. We're applying for the K1 Fiance Visa. I filed our case late in January, it was approved in February and I got a letter from the NVC on March 4, 2010 saying that they had received an approved case from the USCIS and would, within the week, be sending it to the Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Consulate.

They said in the letter that my fiance should be expecting a package with instructions about the interview.

Does anyone know of a way to track where the application is and how it is doing?

How long does it typically take for Juarez to send out the packets? I noticed on here that there are more than one packet, do they send more than one?

If something is wrong or if it is lost we'd like to know.

Any help would be very, very welcome.

You can call the State Dept and ask about the status of the case


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Do you have the new case number, from NVC? if not, call in, get a human, and get it.

Then call the DOS Hotline, get a human, and inquire about status, giving them the NVC casefile number.

IIRC, CJuar does NOT do a P-3 set - you have to download those forms , and bring them in for interview day.

Have a read?

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Mexico&cty=Juarez

Good Luck !


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