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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Ecuador
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Hello,

I am waiting for my Mom's case to be completed at NVC (probably by next month), meanwhile she is in the process of gathering all documents required for her interview at the embassy, she is originally from Ecuador and moved to Venezuela about 14 yrs ago, she has now dual citizenship Ecuador/Venezuela and i wanted to make sure what documents she needs to obtain, so far she has birth & marriage certificate from Ecuador, Certificate of Police from Venezuela and her Ecuadorean passport, my question. Is she also required to obtain Police certicate from Ecuador?, also, what would be the process at he US embassy after the receive file from NVC and how do they get in contact with the beneficiary?. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. THanks!!!


**Helping my brother with his F2A visa petition for his wife in Ecuador*

USCIS PROCESS

  • 3/24/15 - sent I-130 package via FedEx priority
  • 4/04/15 - NOA1 received
  • 5/07/15 - NOA2 received **Priority date 3/25/15**
  • 6/09/15 - NVC email with case & invoice # (no further processing until case is current)
  • 1/20/16 - NVC welcome letter rcvd , along with AOS invoice
  • 1/21/16 - Agent of choice sent
  • 2/02/16 - IV Fee invoice rcvd
  • 2/05/16 - Paid AOS & IV Fees
  • 2/10/16 - DS-260 completed and submitted
  • 2/10/16 - AOS & Civil supporting docs sent to NVC via FedEx
  • 2/12/16 - docs arrived to NVC
  • 2/17/16 - NVC Scan Date (letter via email stating all docs rcvd on 2/12 , will take 30 days to review docs.)
  • 3/15/16 - Case Complete via phone
  • 3/22/16 - Case Complete via email
  • xx/xx/xx Interview Date Received
  • xx/xx/xx NVC shipped out case to Embassy
  • Embassy
  • xx/xx/xx Medical Completed
  • xx/xx/xx Package received at Embassy
  • xx/xx/xx Interview result
  • xx/xx/xx Visa in hand
  • 3/18/16 ...<---to this date April Visa bulletin currently processing 10/22/14 - F2A category (5 months till PD is current)

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Hello,

I am waiting for my Mom's case to be completed at NVC (probably by next month), meanwhile she is in the process of gathering all documents required for her interview at the embassy, she is originally from Ecuador and moved to Venezuela about 14 yrs ago, she has now dual citizenship Ecuador/Venezuela and i wanted to make sure what documents she needs to obtain, so far she has birth & marriage certificate from Ecuador, Certificate of Police from Venezuela and her Ecuadorean passport, my question. Is she also required to obtain Police certicate from Ecuador?, also, what would be the process at he US embassy after the receive file from NVC and how do they get in contact with the beneficiary?. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. THanks!!!

The basic rule is, if someone has lived in one country or any address for minimum 6 months, then he/she will need a police certificate from that country or location.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Ecuador
Timeline

Hello,

I am waiting for my Mom's case to be completed at NVC (probably by next month), meanwhile she is in the process of gathering all documents required for her interview at the embassy, she is originally from Ecuador and moved to Venezuela about 14 yrs ago, she has now dual citizenship Ecuador/Venezuela and i wanted to make sure what documents she needs to obtain, so far she has birth & marriage certificate from Ecuador, Certificate of Police from Venezuela and her Ecuadorean passport, my question. Is she also required to obtain Police certicate from Ecuador?, also, what would be the process at he US embassy after the receive file from NVC and how do they get in contact with the beneficiary?. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. THanks!!!

The basic rule is, if someone has lived in one country or any address for minimum 6 months, then he/she will need a police certificate from that country or location.

Thanks for your advice!! :D


**Helping my brother with his F2A visa petition for his wife in Ecuador*

USCIS PROCESS

  • 3/24/15 - sent I-130 package via FedEx priority
  • 4/04/15 - NOA1 received
  • 5/07/15 - NOA2 received **Priority date 3/25/15**
  • 6/09/15 - NVC email with case & invoice # (no further processing until case is current)
  • 1/20/16 - NVC welcome letter rcvd , along with AOS invoice
  • 1/21/16 - Agent of choice sent
  • 2/02/16 - IV Fee invoice rcvd
  • 2/05/16 - Paid AOS & IV Fees
  • 2/10/16 - DS-260 completed and submitted
  • 2/10/16 - AOS & Civil supporting docs sent to NVC via FedEx
  • 2/12/16 - docs arrived to NVC
  • 2/17/16 - NVC Scan Date (letter via email stating all docs rcvd on 2/12 , will take 30 days to review docs.)
  • 3/15/16 - Case Complete via phone
  • 3/22/16 - Case Complete via email
  • xx/xx/xx Interview Date Received
  • xx/xx/xx NVC shipped out case to Embassy
  • Embassy
  • xx/xx/xx Medical Completed
  • xx/xx/xx Package received at Embassy
  • xx/xx/xx Interview result
  • xx/xx/xx Visa in hand
  • 3/18/16 ...<---to this date April Visa bulletin currently processing 10/22/14 - F2A category (5 months till PD is current)

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