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Where is the DS 230 approved? NVC or consulate?

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I understand the NVC organizes the documents and send them to the consulate for the interview. But who actually approves the petition? NVC or consulate? Should we be in "fear" until the interview or feel relieved after the interview is scheduled, thinking all we need now is to have a medical record?

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I-130 is a petition. DS-230 is an application, ultimately approved at the consulate, when the interviewing officer decides to deny or approve the visa.


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I-130 is a petition. DS-230 is an application, ultimately approved at the consulate, when the interviewing officer decides to deny or approve the visa.

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thank you !

does anyone knows if a minor (14) that was in US and violated legal Status of his F1 visa can have his immigrant visa denied? The I 130 was approved and now we are sending the DS 230. I heard that minors are forgiven.. .

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:thumbs::crying: :crying: :crying: :crying:

thank you !

does anyone knows if a minor (14) that was in US and violated legal Status of his F1 visa can have his immigrant visa denied? The I 130 was approved and now we are sending the DS 230. I heard that minors are forgiven.. .

I would say visa denial is not likely for the minor since it was the parents who cased this to happen and this illegal presence was not counted.

Hope other will come with some other answers.


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Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
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