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I've been reading this site since last Dec 2009 and joined last Feb 2010, as I filed my petition las Feb. I got an approval last Apr 5, had medical last Apr 19 (and done today) and planning to have interveiw in 4th week of May. I have to call USEM to arrange the appt interview.

Okay, you have already approved NOA2 from USCIS, call NVC, several times, until you have MNL# case no. Email your fiancee the copy of NOA2 and the MNL# case no. She can go to St. Lukes and do the medical. The guard wouldnt let her in since she doesnt have any appt letter from the embassy. Show to the guard the email, with NOA2 copy and MNL#. Convince the guard that you travel far just to have the medical, and most likely the guard will let you in.

Call NVC again and again, until you would know on when they ship to Manila. In this way, you can track on where and when the package is. And did you know that, it is the date when NVC electronically sent your case to USEM? So which mean you can call the embassy so schedule for interview. You can verify my sending an email to USEM, inquiring to schedule for appt interview (be sure to email 2-3 days after your pkg ship from NVC to MNL), and put all the information on your email - MNL#, petitioner/beneficiary - DOB and email address. And a day or so, USEM will email back that you can arrange an interview.

Well, in this way, with above information, you can plan ahead of time I hope these help everyon and future VJers.

Good luck and thanks for everyone :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

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I've been reading this site since last Dec 2009 and joined last Feb 2010, as I filed my petition las Feb. I got an approval last Apr 5, had medical last Apr 19 (and done today) and planning to have interveiw in 4th week of May. I have to call USEM to arrange the appt interview.

Okay, you have already approved NOA2 from USCIS, call NVC, several times, until you have MNL# case no. Email your fiancee the copy of NOA2 and the MNL# case no. She can go to St. Lukes and do the medical. The guard wouldnt let her in since she doesnt have any appt letter from the embassy. Show to the guard the email, with NOA2 copy and MNL#. Convince the guard that you travel far just to have the medical, and most likely the guard will let you in.

Call NVC again and again, until you would know on when they ship to Manila. In this way, you can track on where and when the package is. And did you know that, it is the date when NVC electronically sent your case to USEM? So which mean you can call the embassy so schedule for interview. You can verify my sending an email to USEM, inquiring to schedule for appt interview (be sure to email 2-3 days after your pkg ship from NVC to MNL), and put all the information on your email - MNL#, petitioner/beneficiary - DOB and email address. And a day or so, USEM will email back that you can arrange an interview.

Well, in this way, with above information, you can plan ahead of time I hope these help everyon and future VJers.

Good luck and thanks for everyone :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

Good job! A lot of VJers will thank you for for the information you've provided.:thumbs:


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