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You have to wait for NVC to receive and process the fee. It could take a day or two..keep checking the payment portal site once the invoice says PAID then you will be able to print the cover page which has the barcode and the address to mail in your AOS documents.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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u will not be able to print the coversheet barcode now, wait till the statut is PAID then it generates a barcode ..


08/12/2010 received NOA1

09/05/2011 received NOA2

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20/05/2011 Called the NVC get NVC number and gave our emails

21/05/2011 DS3032 email Sent /

23/05/2011 paid the AOS fee Bill

25/05/2011 AOS statut PAID

25/05/2011 Sent Request to clear the error in my name (ughhh)

27/05/2011 PAID the IV BILL -statut in process

28/05/2011 got the response for my request to modify the error in my name..== OK

31/05/2011 AOS Package sent via usps express

01/06/2011 IV bill statut " PAID "

03/06/2011 AOS Package received by NVC

03/06/2011 IV Package sent via usps express

05/06/2011 IV Package received by NVC

05/06/2011 fingers crossed

17/06/2011 second stupid FALSE RFE for missing DS230

24/06/2011 SIF SIF SIF SIF YES SIIIIF (Sign In Failed) and Case complete ( CC)

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NVC journey ended after 34 days***

28/07/2011 medical passed===> OK

10/08/2011 interview date==>ok but there is a missing document

21/08/2011 Visa in hand

27/08/2011 POE at CHICAGO O'Hare

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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Hello VJ,i need help,i just paid my AOS fees how can i print out the barcode..how does it look like the bar code..pls help?

Once your payment status shows as "PAID" & U click on receipt. U will then notice you can select PRINT DOCUMENT COVER SHEET. You can also choose to have it emailed to U and Ur spouse for Ur records. I would definately print one out.


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