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Chennai Interview

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

In about a week, you should get notice to go online and pay the 2 fees. Takes another week after to show them paid to NVC. Then you be requested to fill out the I-864 and any other forms needed. YOu may get RFE if any are not clear. when all paperwork is completed, they call the embassy to schedule interview. I would say if all your ducks are in a row, you will be lucky to get August but more than likely September. I say this as my attorney says they call the embassies just 1 time a month to schedule and you are too late for the July call list. Hope I am wrong and you get August. Just expect if they get all your supporting documents by the august date to call, you will have a Sept. interview. I hope you intent to be together for this is also important. I fly out for ours in 2 weeks.

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

In about a week, you should get notice to go online and pay the 2 fees. Takes another week after to show them paid to NVC. Then you be requested to fill out the I-864 and any other forms needed...

Sorry, but I think you were not clear on what Tony Antony posted. NVC has RECEIVED their I-864 and DS-230 (yesterday). Your information is not correct. If NVC has received the aforementioned docs the 'fees' have been 'paid' and done with long ago. That's not an issue at this point.

Tony Antony,

It's hard to say when your interview might be as there are several variables. First, the I-864 / DS-230 docs need to be reviewed and approved by NVC. It will probably take anywhere between 10 to 20 business days. It'll be a little longer as we have a holiday, day after tomorrow.

If everything is good to go and you have no RFE (Request for Evidence) = something additional NVC needs or requires or clarified. You can possibly hope for an interview sometime in September (possibly August if everything goes extremely well i.e. NVC's timing).

Give it about another 10 days, then you can start calling NVC (make sure to talk with live person / automated system is sometimes weeks behind in accuracy of where things really stand now). Check on the status of the I-864 / DS-230 reviews... and if the review has been completed/approved.

Once NVC says everything has been approved. You can start pressing on when you might be able to expect notice for interview date. DON'T FORGET: you can sometimes get better insight to what's going on by asking to speak with a supervisor (especially if the operator seems incompetent).

Best of Luck for a speedy remaining process.

~Bleauwolf

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