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After approving I-130

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

totslly depends on how fast or slow

the us citizen

handles the nvc processing steps

are you training your uscitizen spouse about this, or no ?

Edited by Darnell

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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My I-130 approved Jun 24, 2011 from california service centre, how much time remaining for interview call from islamabad U.S embassy ?

Hi :)

After the I-30 Approval the next step is NVC, when the NVC step is through then your case goes to Islamabad. The NVC step requires more forms and documents from both you and your spouse. If your spouse is proactive the NVC process can be shortened - you could reasonably expect for the case to go to Islamabad the first week of August (No guarantees, timelines are constantly changing and that is assuming you have the documents they require on hand).

Your I-130 was approved June 24 (wow - 62 Days!) - The next step is for the NVC to receive your I-130 approval and enter it into their system.. For whatever reason they seem to be taking a little longer right now than in the past. They are saying 10-15 weekdays and that is probably accurate if you call and check everyday - add a couple of weeks if you are going to wait for the mail.

If you don't have the needed docs already for NVC (police records, your birth certificate, your spouses taxes for the last three years, etc) you should start collecting them now.

Edited by OnMyWayID

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