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Hi everyone Just have a question seems some people are getting responses back from the NVC with case information is there a certain way to send the email and with what information do they require? Please help :no: do you put a certain word in the Subject line just not sure Thank You

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Hi everyone Just have a question seems some people are getting responses back from the NVC with case information is there a certain way to send the email and with what information do they require? Please help :no: do you put a certain word in the Subject line just not sure Thank You

NVCInquiry.state.gov


may 2 sent i 129 f to ins calif srvc cntr in laguna niguel

may 15 received receipt or noa 1

may 17 touched

june 28 r.f.e./imbra

august 08 sent rfe back to uscis

august 17 e mail notification of receipt for imbra rfe <107 days>

sept 11 e mail noa 2 approved <132 days>

sept 25 sent from uscis to nvc

oct 2 nvc received/new number assigned

oct 4 sent to embassy in juarez mexico

oct 20 embassy sent packet to fiancee

nov 1 us citizen received packet from consulate

dec 5 interview and got visa

dec 7 coming to calif

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I don't understand, where does it say the address is too long ?

To send an email to NVC , enter your receipt number in the subject line.

In your message put the name and DOB of beneficiary which is you I assume.

Email address is nvcinquiry@state.gov

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You can either email the NVC using the instructions given by Omoba, or you can call the NVC on (603) 334-0700. If you are enquiring about the I-129F you will need to speak to an operator as the automated system does not record case status for K visa petitions. You will press 1 then 5 if my memory serves me right. Have your NOA receipt number handy for when it is asked for. The operator will be able to tell you if your case has been received and a case number assigned.


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You can either email the NVC using the instructions given by Omoba, or you can call the NVC on (603) 334-0700. If you are enquiring about the I-129F you will need to speak to an operator as the automated system does not record case status for K visa petitions. You will press 1 then 5 if my memory serves me right. Have your NOA receipt number handy for when it is asked for. The operator will be able to tell you if your case has been received and a case number assigned.

Wow, is this confirmed info Aussiewench? I keep on calling and trying to find my status with the automated system and it constantly says that there's no record of my CIS case number. But when I speak with someone live, it's in their system. So this is correct then? They never update the info via the automated system for K-1 petitions?


AOS I-485

07/10/07 - Sent I-485 via USPS Priority Mail to Chicago Lockbox

07/23/07 - Received NOA1 in my home mailbox

08/13/07 - Received ASC Biometrics Appointment Letter in my home mailbox

08/31/07 - USCIS mailed out Appointment letter with Postmark Date 8/31/07

09/04/07 - Received actual Appointment Letter (Interivew Date 10/30/07)

09/06/07 - Completed Biometrics Appointment at local ASC

10/30/07 - Scheduled AOS Interview Appointment - Approved

I-751

08/13/09 - Sent I-751 to CSC

08/17/09 - Receipt date of NOA

09/16/09 - Biometrics

09/17/09 - "Touched"

12/15/09 - Card production ordered

12/17/09 - Approval notice sent

12/21/09 - Received 10-Year GC and Welcome Letter

N-400

08/16/10 - Sent N-400 to AZ Lockbox via USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation

08/18/10 - USPS Confirms delivery: August 18, 2010, 9:57 am, PHOENIX, AZ 85036

08/24/10 - Check #501 for $675 cleared my account @ 11:20 pm EDT

08/27/10 - Received NOA dated 8/23/10 with a Priority date of 8/18/10

09/07/10 - Received Biometric RFE dated 9/3/10 -- Fingerprint apt. schedule 10/1/10

10/01/10 - Fingerprint Appointment-- Completed

10/09/10 - Received Interview Appointment Letter dated 10/6/10 for scheduled interview on 11/09/10

11/09/10 - Interview Passed

11/18/10 - Oath Ceremony

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hicham

You can either email the NVC using the instructions given by Omoba, or you can call the NVC on (603) 334-0700. If you are enquiring about the I-129F you will need to speak to an operator as the automated system does not record case status for K visa petitions. You will press 1 then 5 if my memory serves me right. Have your NOA receipt number handy for when it is asked for. The operator will be able to tell you if your case has been received and a case number assigned.

Wow, is this confirmed info Aussiewench? I keep on calling and trying to find my status with the automated system and it constantly says that there's no record of my CIS case number. But when I speak with someone live, it's in their system. So this is correct then? They never update the info via the automated system for K-1 petitions?

That is correct. Only those applying for an immigrant visa, eg CR-1, are updated to the automated system as there is a lengthy process still to go through. K visa petitions are generally only there for a short time to undergo a background check and be assigned a case number before being routed to the consulate post.


You can find me on FBI

An overview of Security Name Checks And Administrative Review at Service Center, NVC & Consulate levels.

Detailed Review USCIS Alien Security Checks

fb2fc244.gif72c97806.gif4d488a91.gif

11324375801ij.gif

View Timeline HERE

I am but a wench not a lawyer. My advice and opinion is just that. I read, I research, I learn.

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