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Hello to all my VJ friends and members.. I am July filer to NVC processing. My NOA2 approval is very fresh because I got my NOA2 approval yesterday July 2010... Our case it takes 120 days after my NOA1 approval date. I am so happy and my husband..finally..we got it.. then we will now in the next steps the NVC process.

Here our some documents and ready to file to NVC.

Petitioner (my husband)

1. I-864 form

2. I-864A form (to his Mom our co-sponsor)

Beneficiary (that is me)

1. DS-230 form

2. DS-3230 form

3. Marriage Certificate (certified)

4. Birth Certificate (certified)

5. 4 pcs of passport picture

6. Copy of my passport

7. Police/NBI Clearance

8. Baptismal Certificate (I will send it too)

What my husband and I do for the NVC processing? NVC is easy of processing also? Give me some guide and tips on the NVC processing.

To all my friends if I have some questions, I hope you can help me again and again.. Thank you so much..

Love

Baille


You complete me...I love you so much my husband.. YOU and ME FOREVER...

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Congratulations on your NOA2. I don't really know what happens at the NVC when it relates to CR-1 procedures but hopefully you will get an answer soon.

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K-1 TIMELINE

Feb 22, 2010 - I-129F sent to Vermont

Mar 03, 2010 - Arrived at CSC

Mar 08, 2010 - NOA-1

Mar 09, 2010 - Touched

May 25, 2010 - NOA2 (Approved in 83 days from NOA1 date)

Jun 17, 2010 - Packet 4

Jun 30, 2010 - Medicals & Vaccinations

Jul 15, 2010 - Interview Date (221g "Pending Approval-Police Certificate)

Sep 15, 2010 - Visa adjudicated, printed, & Mailed via DHL

Sep 17, 2010 - Visa pick-up date

?? - POE USA

?? - Apply for SSN

?? - Marriage

?? - Start AOS process

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Here is a good guide for you two to read:

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/LingChe_NVC_ShortCut

This tells you the steps by steps of what will happen at the NVC and how to get through smoothly and quickly. I hope this helps you. :).


*~Cr1 Journey~* CSC

-NOA 1 Receipt date: 3/1/10 (sent 2/18/10)

-Touched 4 different times in between

-APPROVED: 6/2/10

93 days from NOA1 to NOA2

-Received NVC case number: 6/9/10/10

-Gave NVC my e-mail address & e-mailed DS3032: 6/10/10

-Received NVC e-mails (DS3032 and AOS Fee)& paid AOS fee: 6/11/10

-AOS Fee shows as PAID & paid IV Bill: 6/15/10

-IV Bill shows as paid: 6/6/10

-Received IV instruction packet: 6/8/10

-Received dox from co-sponsor: 10/14/15/10

-Sent AOS package: 10/18/10

-AOS package received: 10/19/10-J.Desmond

-IV Package mailed out: 11/3/10

-AVR says I have an RFE: 11/5/10

-NVC operator told me what my RFE's are: 11/8/10

-NVC sent checklist letter (for the 2 AOS RFE's): 11/13/10

-NVC operator says the IV package has been entered: 11/18/10

-E-mailed SUE to see if that would do anything (3 diff times...): 11/29/30/10

-Sent AOS RFE's: 12/1/10

-AOS RFE's received: 12/2/10

-Checked payment portal for fun (SIF!!!!): 12/3/10

-AVR still say AOS missing info: 12/3/10

-NVC operator says case was shipped to USE in Lima: 12/3/10

-Received interview date (12/13/10): JANUARY 6th, 2011!!

-Medical: 12/21/10- Passed :)

-Interivew: 1/6/11- PASSED :D

-Visa received- 1/13/11

-POE FLL- 1/23/11 YES! BUTTTTTTT....still not reunited :'( (Reunited on the 24th)

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Baile,

From what I've been reading, it looks like what NVC does is to gather paperwork for the consulate and fees. In this step you (the beneficiary) is the one who is required to send most of the documentations. All your husbands needs to do is to send the I-864 form with all the supporting doc. needed and to pay the required fees (70$ and 400$). And you wait...

Here is a link with all the info you might need:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html

Also, http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/National_Visa_Center

I'm still waiting on our NOA2 and I can't speak from experience.

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Hello to all my VJ friends and members.. I am July filer to NVC processing. My NOA2 approval is very fresh because I got my NOA2 approval yesterday July 2010... Our case it takes 120 days after my NOA1 approval date. I am so happy and my husband..finally..we got it.. then we will now in the next steps the NVC process.

Here our some documents and ready to file to NVC.

Petitioner (my husband)

1. I-864 form

2. I-864A form (to his Mom our co-sponsor)

Beneficiary (that is me)

1. DS-230 form

2. DS-3230 form

3. Marriage Certificate (certified)

4. Birth Certificate (certified)

5. 4 pcs of passport picture

6. Copy of my passport

7. Police/NBI Clearance

8. Baptismal Certificate (I will send it too)

What my husband and I do for the NVC processing? NVC is easy of processing also? Give me some guide and tips on the NVC processing.

To all my friends if I have some questions, I hope you can help me again and again.. Thank you so much..

Love

Baille

Wouldn't his mom just fill out the I-864 and not the A form, unless they live in the same household still?

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Congratulations on your NOA2. I don't really know what happens at the NVC when it relates to CR-1 procedures but hopefully you will get an answer soon.

Hello Eric & Lizeth, thank you so much for your response..hopefully NVC is shorter processing than USCIS.. :innocent:


You complete me...I love you so much my husband.. YOU and ME FOREVER...

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Here is a good guide for you two to read:

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/LingChe_NVC_ShortCut

This tells you the steps by steps of what will happen at the NVC and how to get through smoothly and quickly. I hope this helps you. :).

Hello Teya, thank you because you always giving me some advice and encouragement. awww I am so touch of you my dear friend...

OK, thanks in this link..I will check it... :thumbs:


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Wouldn't his mom just fill out the I-864 and not the A form, unless they live in the same household still?

Yeah, his Mom and my husband are living in same house..so that his Mom fill-up the I-864A I am right? But they are both kinda confused about the forms...awwww but my husband will go to US government to ask some advice and checking all his papers and to his Mom before my husband filling our papers in the NVC particularly the AOS..


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Baile,

From what I've been reading, it looks like what NVC does is to gather paperwork for the consulate and fees. In this step you (the beneficiary) is the one who is required to send most of the documentations. All your husbands needs to do is to send the I-864 form with all the supporting doc. needed and to pay the required fees (70$ and 400$). And you wait...

Here is a link with all the info you might need:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html

Also, http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/National_Visa_Center

I'm still waiting on our NOA2 and I can't speak from experience.

Hello Toni, yeah Im almost done to all my documents and ready to send it to my husband this coming Monday and I check many times before I send it.. OK, I will check this link for my guidance, Thank you so much my friend..I hope you will get your NOA2 approval soon. I know you can make it. Good luck and God Bless You and your love ones..

Love

Baille


You complete me...I love you so much my husband.. YOU and ME FOREVER...

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Here is a good guide for you two to read:

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/LingChe_NVC_ShortCut

This tells you the steps by steps of what will happen at the NVC and how to get through smoothly and quickly. I hope this helps you. :).

TeyaValentina, could you please tell how did you receive NVC case number? I am kind of "lost" in this NVC process. The guide helps a lot though. Just don't know how do you get NVC case number after receiving NOA2. Did you get a letter from NVC stating that NVC assigned a case number?

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TeyaValentina, could you please tell how did you receive NVC case number? I am kind of "lost" in this NVC process. The guide helps a lot though. Just don't know how do you get NVC case number after receiving NOA2. Did you get a letter from NVC stating that NVC assigned a case number?

(603) 334-0700

An automated recorded message system is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to answer case status inquiries.

I called the number (603) 334-0700 to NVC after receiving my NOA2 in my E-mail. NVC automated recorded message system it ask me to enter my CIS receipt number which is my NOA2 receipt number (USCIS NOA1 or NOA2 receipt number). The automated recorded message system give me my new NVC case number. The next day i give them my E-mail and my wife E-mail. :)

After your I130 is approved, NVC will assign you a case number.

Call the number (603) 334-0700

You will have to give your email address to an operator and you will receive the AOS/DS3032 in your inbox in about 3-4 days.

Pay the AOS bill and the beneficiary will email the DS3032. The VJ template is sufficient.

This should help you understand the NVC processing stage--

Pay attention, non-EP NVC noobs. Here's Christeen's time tested formula to get you through NVC in one piece alive:

Petitioner: Get NVC # + give operator your email IDs + receive AOS fee bill + pay 70$ online + wait to show paid + print cover sheet + send I-864 AOS with all documents and case # written on each page.

Beneficiary: Get NVC# + receive DS3032 + send DS3032+ DS3032 accepted + IV fee bill available to be paid + pay & wait to show paid + print IV cover sheet + mail DS230 package with all original/certified documents

= wait for case complete + wait for interview to be scheduled.

Suggestions:

1) Have the beneficiary mail SIGNED extra DS230s to you so that you have them handy in case something goes wrong. Or you get hit by a dreaded RFE.

2) If you just received your NOA2, THIS is the time to get your tax stuff and police certificates sorted out. Don't waste time on this.

3) Double check the PCC requirements in the regional forums as they are country specific.

4) Check the pinned STUPID RFEs thread in IR-1/CR-1 forum before sending in your packages.

5) Mail your DS230 package to your USC spouse as soon as you get your NOA2. That way he/she can overnight it to NVC as soon as the IV bill clears.

6) Get your taxes, employment letter, paystubs, PCCs, civil documents etc. while you wait for the NOA2.

Currently the # of business days NVC is taking:

3-4 days for NVC to receive your case and assign a case #.

3-4 days to receive emailed links after case # has been assigned and email addresses been given to NVC operator.

1-2 days for the AOS bill to show as PAID.

1-3 days for DS3032 to be accepted.

1-2 days for IV bill to be PAID.

8-10 days for case complete after all your documents have been sent in.

Edited by S&ET

USCIS JOURNEY California Service Center

2010-02-24 - Mailed I-130 Overnight Express to Chicago Lockbox

2010-02-25 - I-130 Delivered to Chicago Lockbox

2010-03-04 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)

2010-04-22 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)

NVC JOURNEY

04-28-2010 - NVC Case Number Assigned

05-03-2010 - Email given to the NVC

05-04-2010 - AOS bill and Agent forms received by email

05-04-2010 - Email DS 3032

05-04-2010 - Paid AOS Bill Online;

05-05-2010 - AOS Bill Status: PAID;

05-05-2010 - IV Bill Received by email;

05-05-2010 - Paid IV Bill Online;

05-06-2010 - IV Bill Status: PAID;

05-12-2010 - Wife send PC-PP-DS-230 all Package DHL

05-17-2010 - I Received DHL mail from my Wife

05-24-2010 - Sent AOS and IV Package Overnight Express to NVC

05-25-2010 - AOS & IV Package arrived at NVC signed by N. Visa Center

06-04-2010 - AOS & IV Pack Received/Entered into AVR System

06-11-2010 - Sign in Fail Thank you, God!

06-12-2010 - Case Complete NVC

06-14-2010 - NVC Forwards Case to Embassy

07-14-2010 - Interview Date Assigned

EMBASSY JOURNEY

06-17-2010 - Embassy Receives Case from NVC

07-29-2010 - Medical Exam $750 ETB ($70USD) PASSED

08-05-2010 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

08-06-2010 - Visa Received

08-12-2010 - Passport and visa pick up from Bank of Abyssinia branch.

US JOURNEY

09-16-2010 - POE Washington, DC

10-04-2010 - Received Welcome letter

10-25-2010 - Received GC

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(603) 334-0700

An automated recorded message system is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to answer case status inquiries.

I called the number (603) 334-0700 to NVC after receiving my NOA2 in my E-mail. NVC automated recorded message system it ask me to enter my CIS receipt number which is my NOA2 receipt number (USCIS NOA1 or NOA2 receipt number). The automated recorded message system give me my new NVC case number. The next day i give them my E-mail and my wife E-mail. :)

After your I130 is approved, NVC will assign you a case number.

Call the number (603) 334-0700

You will have to give your email address to an operator and you will receive the AOS/DS3032 in your inbox in about 3-4 days.

Pay the AOS bill and the beneficiary will email the DS3032. The VJ template is sufficient.

This should help you understand the NVC processing stage--

Pay attention, non-EP NVC noobs. Here's Christeen's time tested formula to get you through NVC in one piece alive:

Petitioner: Get NVC # + give operator your email IDs + receive AOS fee bill + pay 70$ online + wait to show paid + print cover sheet + send I-864 AOS with all documents and case # written on each page.

Beneficiary: Get NVC# + receive DS3032 + send DS3032+ DS3032 accepted + IV fee bill available to be paid + pay & wait to show paid + print IV cover sheet + mail DS230 package with all original/certified documents

= wait for case complete + wait for interview to be scheduled.

Suggestions:

1) Have the beneficiary mail SIGNED extra DS230s to you so that you have them handy in case something goes wrong. Or you get hit by a dreaded RFE.

2) If you just received your NOA2, THIS is the time to get your tax stuff and police certificates sorted out. Don't waste time on this.

3) Double check the PCC requirements in the regional forums as they are country specific.

4) Check the pinned STUPID RFEs thread in IR-1/CR-1 forum before sending in your packages.

5) Mail your DS230 package to your USC spouse as soon as you get your NOA2. That way he/she can overnight it to NVC as soon as the IV bill clears.

6) Get your taxes, employment letter, paystubs, PCCs, civil documents etc. while you wait for the NOA2.

Currently the # of business days NVC is taking:

3-4 days for NVC to receive your case and assign a case #.

3-4 days to receive emailed links after case # has been assigned and email addresses been given to NVC operator.

1-2 days for the AOS bill to show as PAID.

1-3 days for DS3032 to be accepted.

1-2 days for IV bill to be PAID.

8-10 days for case complete after all your documents have been sent in.

Thank you very very much!!! Your reply helped me a lot to understand this NVC process!!

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Hello, thank you S&ET now i have idea and i will tell to my husband about your experience in NVC... :thumbs: that is nice...Thank you for sharing to me and to the VJ members..


You complete me...I love you so much my husband.. YOU and ME FOREVER...

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Hello, thank you S&ET now i have idea and i will tell to my husband about your experience in NVC... :thumbs: that is nice...Thank you for sharing to me and to the VJ members..

You welcome and Good Luck !

Likna

Thank you very very much!!! Your reply helped me a lot to understand this NVC process!!

You welcome and Good Luck !

Edited by S&ET

USCIS JOURNEY California Service Center

2010-02-24 - Mailed I-130 Overnight Express to Chicago Lockbox

2010-02-25 - I-130 Delivered to Chicago Lockbox

2010-03-04 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)

2010-04-22 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)

NVC JOURNEY

04-28-2010 - NVC Case Number Assigned

05-03-2010 - Email given to the NVC

05-04-2010 - AOS bill and Agent forms received by email

05-04-2010 - Email DS 3032

05-04-2010 - Paid AOS Bill Online;

05-05-2010 - AOS Bill Status: PAID;

05-05-2010 - IV Bill Received by email;

05-05-2010 - Paid IV Bill Online;

05-06-2010 - IV Bill Status: PAID;

05-12-2010 - Wife send PC-PP-DS-230 all Package DHL

05-17-2010 - I Received DHL mail from my Wife

05-24-2010 - Sent AOS and IV Package Overnight Express to NVC

05-25-2010 - AOS & IV Package arrived at NVC signed by N. Visa Center

06-04-2010 - AOS & IV Pack Received/Entered into AVR System

06-11-2010 - Sign in Fail Thank you, God!

06-12-2010 - Case Complete NVC

06-14-2010 - NVC Forwards Case to Embassy

07-14-2010 - Interview Date Assigned

EMBASSY JOURNEY

06-17-2010 - Embassy Receives Case from NVC

07-29-2010 - Medical Exam $750 ETB ($70USD) PASSED

08-05-2010 - INTERVIEW APPROVED

08-06-2010 - Visa Received

08-12-2010 - Passport and visa pick up from Bank of Abyssinia branch.

US JOURNEY

09-16-2010 - POE Washington, DC

10-04-2010 - Received Welcome letter

10-25-2010 - Received GC

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No problem Baille!

What S&ET posted about "Christine's current processing times" is not current. Those times change a lot. It looks like NVC is slowing down and instead of taking 7 days (this is how long it took me and other people around me) to get your case number, it looks closer to 2 weeks. I hope this time goes back down again. The other times are not current as well. The best predictor of how long it will take is to look at the time lines of people who are NVC now to see about how long it will take to get things done.


*~Cr1 Journey~* CSC

-NOA 1 Receipt date: 3/1/10 (sent 2/18/10)

-Touched 4 different times in between

-APPROVED: 6/2/10

93 days from NOA1 to NOA2

-Received NVC case number: 6/9/10/10

-Gave NVC my e-mail address & e-mailed DS3032: 6/10/10

-Received NVC e-mails (DS3032 and AOS Fee)& paid AOS fee: 6/11/10

-AOS Fee shows as PAID & paid IV Bill: 6/15/10

-IV Bill shows as paid: 6/6/10

-Received IV instruction packet: 6/8/10

-Received dox from co-sponsor: 10/14/15/10

-Sent AOS package: 10/18/10

-AOS package received: 10/19/10-J.Desmond

-IV Package mailed out: 11/3/10

-AVR says I have an RFE: 11/5/10

-NVC operator told me what my RFE's are: 11/8/10

-NVC sent checklist letter (for the 2 AOS RFE's): 11/13/10

-NVC operator says the IV package has been entered: 11/18/10

-E-mailed SUE to see if that would do anything (3 diff times...): 11/29/30/10

-Sent AOS RFE's: 12/1/10

-AOS RFE's received: 12/2/10

-Checked payment portal for fun (SIF!!!!): 12/3/10

-AVR still say AOS missing info: 12/3/10

-NVC operator says case was shipped to USE in Lima: 12/3/10

-Received interview date (12/13/10): JANUARY 6th, 2011!!

-Medical: 12/21/10- Passed :)

-Interivew: 1/6/11- PASSED :D

-Visa received- 1/13/11

-POE FLL- 1/23/11 YES! BUTTTTTTT....still not reunited :'( (Reunited on the 24th)

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