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When my wife applied for her Hong Kong CNCC on March 31st, we were told it was being sent to the NVC. Well we followed up today and were informed that it was actually sent to Consulate in Manila. But, our case is not complete at NVC, so the consulate has no idea who we are yet.

I'm wondering what the HK police put in their package, and if my wife's NVC number is included, either on the certificate or in their standard correspondance. Does anyone know this?


06/28/2010: Sent I-130
08/25/2010: NOA1
09/01/2010: Touched
11/02/2010: Transferred to TSC
11/30/2010: Rec'd update saying petition sent to local USCIS office
01/26/2011: Called NCSC and put in service request
02/03/2011: RFE
02/11/2011: RFE hardcopy rec'd: passport photos missing
02/14/2011: RFE response sent
02/16/2011: RFE response rec'd by TSC
03/01/2011: Touched
03/09/2011: NOA2
03/17/2011: Shipped to NVC
03/21/2011: Touched
03/23/2011: NVC case number assigned
03/24/2011: Emailed choice of agent
03/28/2011: AOS fee paid and packet sent
03/29/2011: Paid DS-230 fee
03/31/2011: DS-230 packet sent to NVC
04/08/2011: RFE for AOS packet
04/16/2011: Resent corrected I-864
04/28/2011: Sign in failed
04/29/2011: NVC Case Complete
05/20/2011: Case forwarded to US Embassy Manila
06/01/2011: Medical exam completed at St. Luke's
06/10/2011: Interview - approved pending CENOMAR reverification from NSO
06/17/2011: Embassy received CENOMAR
06/29/2011: Visa in hand!!
07/01/2011: POE San Fransisco

05/14/2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

05/20/2013: NOA1

05/23/2013: Check cleared

06/18/2013: Biometrics appt.

08/27/2013: Email from USCIS saying new card approved/ordered

09/03/2013: Green card received

07/01/2014: N-400 sent to Dallas lockbox

07/29/2014: Biometrics

09/25/2014: Interview (passed civics test but need to provide more documents)

11/14/2014: Oath Ceremony in Lexington, KY

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one of the major requirements of the hongkong police for cncc application is a letter from the US embassy manila with the MNL number on it so when hk police forwards the police clearance to USEM manila, it wont be lost......

and they forward to USEmbasssy Manila, NOT NVC......

good luck.....

When my wife applied for her Hong Kong CNCC on March 31st, we were told it was being sent to the NVC. Well we followed up today and were informed that it was actually sent to Consulate in Manila. But, our case is not complete at NVC, so the consulate has no idea who we are yet.

I'm wondering what the HK police put in their package, and if my wife's NVC number is included, either on the certificate or in their standard correspondance. Does anyone know this?


AOS journey

31 March 2011 - Mailed thru USPS (AOS/EAD/AP)

03 April 2011 - NOA (AOS/EAD/AP)

18 April 2011 - successful walk-in biometrics

21 April 2011 - NOA (AOS transfer to CSC)

25 May 2011 - EAD/AP approved

04 June 2011 - EAD/AP combo card received

16 June 2011 - AOS/GC approved

22 June 2011 - GC received by mail

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