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I don't understand why it is taking so long for a case complete! Yes I know, it can take 4-6 weeks once they get the paperwork but I got a RFE for one piece of paperwork and then sent it in...so, one would think they had already looked at everything and once getting the last piece it would be CASE COMPLETE...but NO!! they say the time starts again....so I am at week 5 now....

Anyone with any advise other than just sit and wait?


Visa Journey

Service Center :

Consulate : Jamaica

03-13-2009 : Married

10-16-2009: I-130 Sent to Chicago

10-18-2009: I-130 Delivered

10-23-2009: Cashed check

10-23-2009: NOA1

10-27-2009: Touched

02-08-2010: NOA2!! APPROVED!! email/text received

02-13-2010: NOA2 hard copy received

NVC JOURNEY

02-12-2010: NVC Case # assigned

02-15-2010: email address given to NVC operator

02-22-2010: AOS/DS3032 email received by NVC

02-22-2010: AOS $70 bill paid

02-22-2010: DS3032 Hardcopy Fedx

02-23-2010: DS3032 received signed for by K.STLAURENT

03-04-2010: DS3032 accepted and system updated

03-04-2010: paid IV bill

took a long time to send in ppwk due to husband's birth certificate delay :(

got birth certificate FINALLY!!!

didn't keep good records...sent in the ppwk and got a RFE for copy of passport

06-24-2010: NVC received the form I forgot to send ...oops

08-02-2010: still waiting on a case complete.....ughhhhh

08-10-2010: 2nd RFE for an updated police record-although the one we have was dated 4 months ago......ughhhhhhh

09-01-2010: NVC received checklist letter with a new police report..

09-23-2010: case complete FINALLY

11-12-2010: Interview-blue slip, need of a co-sponsor & petitioner at interview

12-07-2010: Petitioner interview w/co-sponsor paperwork

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Nop ... I guess we can't do anything over here.......instead of just sitting and waiting for the interview......you can call the NVC customer service no. but I assume you might have already done that......


Atlanta, GA
Stand Alone I-130 (IR-5) TIMELINE [MUMBAI CONSULATE]
07-02-2014 - I-130 SENT
09-10-2014 - APPROVED

NVC
10-03-2014 - Recevied NVC case no. - case entered into nvc's system

10-06-2014 - DS-261
10-07-2014 - AOS fee
10-07-2014 - IV fee
11-07-2014 - IV & AOS packet received by NVC

1/6/2015 - Case Complete :joy:

1/12/2015 - Case complete letter by email

1/13/2015 - NVC rep confirmed interview scheduled for 4-feb

2/4/2015 - INTERVIEW

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Welcome...from today for us is a 6-th week no Sif...No CC :(


November 2009- I-130 filed

December 2009- NOA1 Received

April 15 2010- NOA2 Received APPROVED

April 26 2010- Got NVC case #

May 2010- DS-3032 Sent and accepted

May 2010- AOS&IV Bills received

May 2010- AOS&IV Bill PAID

Jun 2010- All document sent to NVC

Jun 16 2010- NVC received I-864

Jun 23 2010- NVC received DS-230

Jun 29 2010- NVC began processing documents

July 20 2010- Passed a medical examination

August 10 2010 FINALLY I got a SIF!!!! Yeeeeeeeeee

August 10 2010 CASE COMLPETE !! Yupiiiiii

SEPTEMBER 15 2010 Embassy interview!!! Yeeeeeee :) :)

September 19 2010 Our wedding anniversary :)

September 15 2010 VISA APPROVED

September 19 2010 BOARDING flihgt to LA! :)))

September 19 2010 I`m in my husband hug!!!!

October 1 2010 I Received my GC!

September 15 2011 My baby born :)))))

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I don't understand why it is taking so long for a case complete! Yes I know, it can take 4-6 weeks once they get the paperwork but I got a RFE for one piece of paperwork and then sent it in...so, one would think they had already looked at everything and once getting the last piece it would be CASE COMPLETE...but NO!! they say the time starts again....so I am at week 5 now....

Anyone with any advise other than just sit and wait?

Hi. I just registered on this site. On June 30 I got an RFE (Police Certificate). The NVC automated recording says it was received on July 24, 2010. That's almost two weeks now. I spoke with someone at NVC yesterday and they said that there is an influx of applications this summer and that I may not hear a'CASE COMPLETED' until the usual 6-8wks because of the influx. Every morning I wake up at about 12:30 a.m. to check the NVC message. This is because the messages update at 12 midnight.

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I don't understand why it is taking so long for a case complete! Yes I know, it can take 4-6 weeks once they get the paperwork but I got a RFE for one piece of paperwork and then sent it in...so, one would think they had already looked at everything and once getting the last piece it would be CASE COMPLETE...but NO!! they say the time starts again....so I am at week 5 now....

Anyone with any advise other than just sit and wait?

You're not alone...

meet us here:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/265126-for-those-of-us-waiting-case-complete/

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