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We've waited almost 6 months for our NOA2! We finally got fed up and contacted our congressman on 1/24. We would check our account on USCIS and it never updated. Once the congressman's office called they processed our case in two days! Just got notice 1/26 that they approved our I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE!! What a relief! Any advice on what to expect next??

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They'll send your case to NVC in a couple of weeks you'll be contacted upon NVC's receipt of your petition. NVC would in turn assign another case number to your petition and would be sent to the appropriate embassy of the beneficiary in a couple of weeks. You would use the new case number to track your petition at the embassy involved. The embassy should notify you at their convenience, when your interview is scheduled for. Good luck

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Actually, the rules differ from one embassy to the next. Some will schedule a date and send the alien a packet with the date and instructions on what to bring, what forms to fill out, etc, while others will send the packet and not set a date until the alien responds to the packet. If your embassy is the latter type, be alert to it because you will lose time if you are not alert to receipt of the packet and don't respond to it ASAP.

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Actually, the rules differ from one embassy to the next. Some will schedule a date and send the alien a packet with the date and instructions on what to bring, what forms to fill out, etc, while others will send the packet and not set a date until the alien responds to the packet. If your embassy is the latter type, be alert to it because you will lose time if you are not alert to receipt of the packet and don't respond to it ASAP.

Brasil does not send a separate packet, just a letter. Once you verify with NVC that they have sent your case, you can contact the embassy in Rio and ask when your interview will be. They will send you a letter regardless of you contacting them, though. They are pretty quick. Good luck!


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We've waited almost 6 months for our NOA2! We finally got fed up and contacted our congressman on 1/24. We would check our account on USCIS and it never updated. Once the congressman's office called they processed our case in two days! Just got notice 1/26 that they approved our I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE!! What a relief! Any advice on what to expect next??

More waiting.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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