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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Germany
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Hello,

its me again. I guess I am really impatient even though I should be happy that we got our NO2 that fast!

But I am just curious, does anybody know the average time from NO2 until NVC receive or embassy in Germany respectevely? What is the average time of waiting after NO2 until call NVC to check if they have received the case? How do we know that the case has been forwarded from CSC? Does the approval of NO2 automatically means the case has been forwarded??

Questions over questions!!!!

Thank you for your help in advance and congratulations to all those that got approved recently!!


06/02/2006 - filed I-129F

12/16/2006 - Enter States thru Atlanta

01/13/2007 - Marriage

01/19/2007 - Filed AOS and EAD to Chicago

02/06/2007 - NOA that AOS has been forwarded to CSC

02/12/2007 - Fingerprinting in St. Louis

03/28/2007 - email notification that card production ordered!!!! (Day 68)

04/20/2007 - GC in the mail.....no more USCIS for 2 years!!!!!

12/29/08 - Filed I-751 to VSC

01/12/09 - NOA in mail

01/24/09 - received ASC notice

02/06/09 - biometrics appointment in Orlando

02/09/09 - touch

06/01/09 - approval letter in mail

12/11/09 - Filed N-400 to NSC

12/14/09 - Package arrived at NSC

12/26/09 - NOA in mail

01/22/10 - Fingerprinting in Orlando

03/08/10 - Interview in Orlando (passed)

03/12/10 - Oath Ceremony

Matthew Quoc-Minh *11/29/08*

7 lbs 6 oz. (3.35 kg) and 20" (51cm)

01/29/09 (2-month-check-up): 11.9 lbs (5.4 kg) and 22" (56cm)

03/30/09 (4-month-check-up): 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg) and 25" (63cm)

05/29/09 (6-month-check-up): 19.2 lbs (8.7 kg) and 26" (66cm)

12/1/09 (12-month-check-up): 22 lbs (10 kg) and 30.3" (77cm)

06/11/10 (18-month-check-up): 27.5 lbs (12.5 kg) and 33.5" (85cm)

12/13/10 (24-month-check-up): 31.7 lbs (14.4 kg) and 35.8" (91cm)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
Timeline

Here. Check the timelines: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/k1list...;op4=1&op5=

To get to know whether NVC has your case (sent from the service center), you have to call them or e-mail them and give them your NOA1 number.

Edited by Mew

I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
Timeline

Hey happone. It only took 5 days for mine to reach NVC from CSC. And then it was on its way to the embassy in only 2 more. But, I have seen many that take as much as a month. It all depends.

Depends on what?, you may ask. If there is ANYBODY here that could answer that question, he/she could become a very rich person. :lol: I would wait a week and call NVC and speak to a real person and ask about your status.

Good Luck!!!!


6/14/06 - I-129f packet ready to send

6/15/06 - Decided to delay sending and use new form when available

6/28/06 - Finally mailed to Nebraska Service Center

7/20/06 - NOA1

9/20/06 - Touched for the very first time

9/21/06 - Email NOA2 wooohhooo faster than we had hoped for

9/25/06 - Snail Mail NOA2

9/25/06 - Received at NVC, verified with phone call

9/27/06 - Sent to embassy in Bangkok! Hoping my love will be here for the holidays!!!

9/30/06 - Arrived at embassy and waiting for packet 3

10/24/06 - Finally recieved packet 3

11/22/06 - Packet 3 sent to BKK embassy

11/24/06 - Embassy received packet 3

01/08/07 - Received packet 4 from BKK embassy

01/29/07 - Embassy Interview

01/30/07 - VISA in hand!!

02/05/07 - Returning to states with POE @ SFO

04/05/07 - Filed AOS

04/13/07 - NOA for I-485

06/15/07 - Biometrics

03/25/08 - Interview Date

04/04/08 - GC Received

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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Here. Check the timelines: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/k1list...;op4=1&op5=

To get to know whether NVC has your case (sent from the service center), you have to call them or e-mail them and give them your NOA1 number.

Call or email? where do i get the nvc number or email? Thanks! :)


timeline doesn't matter.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
Timeline

Here. Check the timelines: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/k1list...;op4=1&op5=

To get to know whether NVC has your case (sent from the service center), you have to call them or e-mail them and give them your NOA1 number.

Call or email? where do i get the nvc number or email? Thanks! :)

An automated recorded message system can answer many of these inquiries 24 hours a day, seven days a week (603 334-0700). Operators are available to respond to more difficult inquiries from 7:30 AM to 12:30 AM (EST) Monday through Friday. Status of case information and access to an operator can only be provided by entering your NVC case number or CIS receipt number on a touch-tone telephone. Case inquiries can also be made via email at NVCINQUIRY@state.gov. NVC only has information on petitions it has received.

http://www.google.com.br/url?sa=t&ct=r...N-e24SacFfJq9uQ

Talk to a live operator, as the automated system doesn't work for K-1s.


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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our case finally received with the NVC from CSC after 3 weeks. we got approved on 9-11 (actually we got approved 9-8 but didn´t get notice before 9-11) and NVC told us in an email response the case was put in their system on 03-10.

how long now it will take for the NVC to forward it to Frankfurt we don´t know exactly but a lady from the NVC told us it would be for sure in Fankfurt until Oct 10.

that would be exactly 1 month after the approval. well, our NOA2 will expire on 01-08-2007. hope the consulat in Frankfurt won´t have to extend it.

Good Luck-Viel Glück

Paula Jo and Rico


2004

04-28 We met online for the first time

05-22 First meeting in person in Dallas, TX

2005

01-03 Rico gets his B2 visa

02-28 Rico comes back to TX for a 6 months visit

09-26 Paula Jo comes back to Germany and stays until end of October

12-08 Rico comes back to TX and stays until February 20, 2006

2006

04-13 Paula Jo has mailed off Petition I-129F to TSC

04-17 Petition I-129F arrived with TSC in Mesquite, TX

04-21 NOA 1 (Paula Jo receives it on 04-26)

05-10 Paula Jo comes to Germany and stays until June 9

06-30 IMBRA RFE 1 arrives

07-03 IMBRA RFE mailed back

08-24 Received RFE #2

08-28 Mailed off RFE#2 requested papers

09-11 Updated and NOA2 FINALLY APPROVED!

10-03 NVC received our case

10-05 Our case left NVC for consulat in Frankfurt/Germany

10-10 our case arrived with consulat in Frankfurt

10-14 Rico received package #3

10-17 Rico sent back package #3

10-26 Rico got medical exam done in Frankfurt. Still waiting for interview date

11-01 Rico received package # 4

11-09 Rico had interview and visa got approved

11-29 Rico received Visa in the mail

12-13 We arrive together in TX

2007

01-10 Rico applied for SSN

01-20 Rico received his SSN Card

01-25 OUR WEDDING DAY

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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how long now it will take for the NVC to forward it to Frankfurt we don´t know exactly but a lady from the NVC told us it would be for sure in Fankfurt until Oct 10.

Good Luck-Viel Glück

Paula Jo and Rico

It took 3 weeks for our petition to get from the NVC to Frankfurt, I received the package number 3 before the petition arrived there. I sent the checklist and all forms back the same day, but when I called the consulate in Frankfurt to ask for my interview date 10 days later, they told me that our petition didn't arrive yet. Anyway... the people at the consulate in Frankfurt are really great... they called me immediately after the petition arrived and gave me my interviewdate on the phone :star:


I-129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E) Vermont Service Center

05/12/2006 Petition

05/27/2006 NOA 1

06/22/2006 RFE received & sent back (IMBRA)

07/10/2006 Case has been approved

07/14/2006 NOA 2

07/14/2006 NVC forwarded case to FRA

07/18/2006 Medical exam Hamburg

07/22/2006 Package 3

07/22/2006 Sent forms & checklist back to FRA

08/23/2006 Interview

08/25/2006 Picked up visa

08/26/2006 Flying home

09/08/2006 Applied for SSN

09/18/2006 Received SSN

09/23/2006 Wedding

AOS

09/26/2006 Filed AOS

10/06/2006 NOA

10/17/2006 Case transferred to CSC (email)

10/23/2006 Case arrived at CSC (email)

10/24/2006 Touched

10/25/2006 Touched

11/02/2006 Biometrics

11/08/2006 Touched

11/14/2006 GC approved (email)

11/18/2006 GC & Welcome letter in mail

08/09/2008 File for Removal of Conditions

ERIC & JENNIFER

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We've just been through it.... David will be here in 11 days... you can check out my timeline below.

Jen


8-30-05 Met David at a restaurant in Germany

3-28-06 David 'officially' proposed

4-26-06 I-129F mailed

9-25-06 Interview: APPROVED!

10-16-06 Flt to US, POE Detroit

11-5-06 Married

7-2-07 Green card received

9-12-08 Filed for divorce

12-5-08 Court hearing - divorce final

A great marriage is not when the "perfect couple" comes together.

It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.

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