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Here's the deal...

When you received your NOA2, your K-1 visa packet was sent to the NVC. By now, your packet is at the U.S. Embassy in Manila. The USEM will enter your packet into their system. Once your packet is entered into their system, the Embassy's call center will allow you to make an interview appointment. Since you don't know when the Embassy is going to enter your packet into their system, simply call the Embassy's call center every day and try to make an interview appointment. You will know when your packet is entered into their system when the Embassy's call center allows you to make an interview appointment.

To make an interview appointment, you will need your MNL case number. If you have not received it already from the NVC, then call the NVC and get it. Then keep calling the Embassy's call center every day until they allow you to set an interview appointment. Do not listen to the script-readers at the call center when they tell you to call back in two weeks. Instead, call every day. Your PIN number will work more than three times.

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