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hi there guys,

i just have a quick question:

after receiving the NOA2 for our K-1 our case is currently at NVC.

to do the medical in frankurt i need a case number. now i was wondering if the case number we get assigned by the NVC is the one that is required or if there will be another new case number we get once i receive the package 3 from the consulat in frankurt???

any help would be highly aprreciated =)

thanks in andvance, sarah


MY TIMELINE FOR THE K-1 VISA:

05/17/2010: I-129F sent

05/20/2010: NOA1

05/25/2010: NOA1 hard copy

07/23/2010: NOA2

07/26/2010: NVC received

07/30/2010: NOA2 hard copy

08/02/2010: NVC left

08/04/2010: Consulate received

08/14/2010: Packet 3 received

08/16/2010: Packet 3 sent

08/19/2010: Medical in Frankfurt

08/19/2010: Packet 4 received

09/01/2010: Interview in Frankfurt APPROVED

09/09/2010: Visa received

09/22/2010: US entry

11/05/2010: Married

MY TIMELINE FOR AOS:

11/22/2010: Filed AOS including EAD and AP

12/06/2010: E-Notification: Application received & forwarded to NBC

12/06/2010: NOA

12/08/2010: Received hardcopy of NOA in mail

12/13/2010: Received Biometrics Letter

01/07/2011: Biometrics Appointment (I485 and EAD)

01/14/2011: I485 Case Transfer to CSC (NOA 01/10/2011)

02/09/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: RFE

02/15/2011: AOS RFE Letter received (new medical???)

03/01/2011: Sent reply to RFE (USPS)

03/04/2011: USPS tracking information: delivered

03/04/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: RFE Response Review

03/08/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Card Production

03/08/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Decision

03/09/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Card Production

03/11/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Post Decision Activity: APPROVED 03/10/2010

03/14/2011: Received Welcome Letter in mail

03/14/2011: Received Green Card in mail

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Hey,

I would think things would be the same over there as in Aus. Its the same case number here. You can book your medical with your case number before you receive packet 3 I did and by the time I got my packet I was almost all done. Good thing to get your police check too.

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thanks for the quick response empyre84!!!!

thats exactly what my game plan was to get the medical done as quick sa possible so its done =)

i just wasnt sure if they were going to assign us another case number at the consulat since well u already get a new one going from uscis to nvc....

but maybe here is another person going through the interview in frankurt that can confirm our assumption???

that would be AWESOME!!!!

thanks in advance

sarah


MY TIMELINE FOR THE K-1 VISA:

05/17/2010: I-129F sent

05/20/2010: NOA1

05/25/2010: NOA1 hard copy

07/23/2010: NOA2

07/26/2010: NVC received

07/30/2010: NOA2 hard copy

08/02/2010: NVC left

08/04/2010: Consulate received

08/14/2010: Packet 3 received

08/16/2010: Packet 3 sent

08/19/2010: Medical in Frankfurt

08/19/2010: Packet 4 received

09/01/2010: Interview in Frankfurt APPROVED

09/09/2010: Visa received

09/22/2010: US entry

11/05/2010: Married

MY TIMELINE FOR AOS:

11/22/2010: Filed AOS including EAD and AP

12/06/2010: E-Notification: Application received & forwarded to NBC

12/06/2010: NOA

12/08/2010: Received hardcopy of NOA in mail

12/13/2010: Received Biometrics Letter

01/07/2011: Biometrics Appointment (I485 and EAD)

01/14/2011: I485 Case Transfer to CSC (NOA 01/10/2011)

02/09/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: RFE

02/15/2011: AOS RFE Letter received (new medical???)

03/01/2011: Sent reply to RFE (USPS)

03/04/2011: USPS tracking information: delivered

03/04/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: RFE Response Review

03/08/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Card Production

03/08/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Decision

03/09/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Card Production

03/11/2011: AOS E-Mail and Text: Post Decision Activity: APPROVED 03/10/2010

03/14/2011: Received Welcome Letter in mail

03/14/2011: Received Green Card in mail

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