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Hello, I am applying for my mother to come live in the US, she currently lives in Medellin. Around Dec 15, 2010 I learned that the case and paperwork had been sent from the NVC to the Bogota Embassy so the next step is the interview. They stated that when an interview slot becomes available and an interview date has been scheduled, the designated representative of this case (applicant, petitioner, or attorney) will be notified. However I was wondering if anyone has any idea how long the wait will be. Is it weeks, months, years? I am totally lost here. She wasn't scheduled for Jan 2011 and was wondering if it is going to take a while?

Thanks,

Cat

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Hello, I am applying for my mother to come live in the US, she currently lives in Medellin. Around Dec 15, 2010 I learned that the case and paperwork had been sent from the NVC to the Bogota Embassy so the next step is the interview. They stated that when an interview slot becomes available and an interview date has been scheduled, the designated representative of this case (applicant, petitioner, or attorney) will be notified. However I was wondering if anyone has any idea how long the wait will be. Is it weeks, months, years? I am totally lost here. She wasn't scheduled for Jan 2011 and was wondering if it is going to take a while?

Thanks,

Cat

I'm not sure if filing for an IR-5 interview is different from a K-1, but it took us 2 months. I would think that her interview should be in February...no later than March.


K-1 Timeline

08-10-2007 - We first met

05-08-2009 - I proposed

12-01-2009 - 129F sent

12-04-2009 - NOA-1

12-12-2009 - NOA-1 hardcopy received

03-15-2010 - NOA-2 101 days

03-17-2010 - NVC received petition

03-18-2010 - NVC sent petition to embassy

03-20-2010 - NOA-2 hardcopy received

03-25-2010 - Embassy received petition

03-25-2010 - Embassy mailed out Packet 3

04-09-2010 - Received Packet 3 in the mail

04-12-2010 - Packet 3 faxed to embassy

06-17-2010 - INTERVIEW

06-17-2010 - VISA APPROVED!!!

07-17-2010 - POE in Miami

09-25-2010 - Wedding date!

AOS Timeline

11-03-2010 - Express mailed AOS packet via USPS

11-05-2010 - Chicago Lockbox received packet

11-18-2010 - Received notice for Biometrics appointment

12-13-2010 - Biometrics appointment

12-15-2010 - Petition transferred to CSC

01-27-2011 - Received AP and EAD card in the mail

02-07-2011 - Case transferred to National Benefits Center in Missouri from CSC

02-15-2011 - Received interview letter in the mail dated for March 22nd

03-22-2011 - AOS interview date

03-22-2011 - GREEN CARD APPROVED!!!

03-30-2011 - Received green card in the mail.

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if you go click on to the bogota us embassy look for scheduled appointments and look for your case number eEAC12121212, THEY HAVE TWO MONTHS listthay post a new list every 15 of each month like dec and jan,,check it you say jan look on the list, good luck at the interview

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the mail is very slow in colombia,look at the us embassy in bogota visa,click list of scheduled appointments don't look for EAC YOU look for your number BGTXXXXXXXXXX follow the instructions on the page if you wes not notifyed

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