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Hi Everyone,

My K-1 VISA has been approved and sent to the Juarez Consulate but my fiancee in Guadalajara, Mexico still hasn't heard or received and appointment letter. Any Suggestions on how to contact the consulate. The number on their website no longer works.. 900-476-1212 or 800-919-1754.

Does anyone know how to see status on their case from the Juarez Consulate?

Thanks Everyone :)

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Hi Everyone,

My K-1 VISA has been approved and sent to the Juarez Consulate but my fiancee in Guadalajara, Mexico still hasn't heard or received and appointment letter. Any Suggestions on how to contact the consulate. The number on their website no longer works.. 900-476-1212 or 800-919-1754.

Does anyone know how to see status on their case from the Juarez Consulate?

Thanks Everyone :)

There is a thread in the "consulates" section of the forums all about Ciudad Juarez. I think in the last few pages of the thread there is information on contacting them, or getting your appointment letter. Good Luck!

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moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


YMMV

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If you call the consulate and they say everything is ready, you can actually go without the appointment letter and just print it there. All the forms you will need are on their website. Also do not forget original birth certificates and police reports.


9/9/10: I-129F Sent

9/15/10: Received NOA1 via text/email from USCIS

9/16/10: Received NOA1 in mail (dated 9/13/10)

9/20/10: Touched!

10/03/10: Touched to the dusty shelves!

2/28/11: NOA2 finally

3/04/11: Arrived at NVC

3/08/11: Left NVC and arrived at CDJ consulate

4/04/11: Packet 3 sent

4/13/11: Packet 3 received!

4/18/11: Medical Exam

4/19/11: ASC

4/20/11: Interview (Approved!)

4/29/11: K-1 Visa in hand!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4/30/11: Entered USA

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If you call the consulate and they say everything is ready, you can actually go without the appointment letter and just print it there. All the forms you will need are on their website. Also do not forget original birth certificates and police reports.

the phone number is 703-439-2313. Press option for immigrant visa, then option for schedule appointment. Then you will get a human who can give you an update. I know I am doing this every day and as soon as Packet 3 registers as "sent" we are on our way! Good luck

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