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So I have been calling the National Visa Center to find out if they have received my approved petition, but they keep telling me it takes up to two weeks. Once they receive it how long does it take to find out your interview date...? Because tomorrow will be 2 weeks since my petition was approved and still havent heard anything at all... Is this normal? Need some advice ... My job is being lenient but I need to find out at least 1 month ahead before my interview...I feel like I'm in the air :-(

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from what ive seen K1's get a longer time so maybe youll have a month to let ur employeer know


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06/18/2008 Met

06/11/2011 Married

07/23/2011 I-130 filed and sent

07/26/2011 NOA1

08/05/2011 Last updated

02/09/2012 NOA2

02/22/2012 NVC received

02/27/2012 AOS Fee

02/29/2012 AOS Fee received in mail and paid

03/01/2012 AOS shows as PAID

03/05/2012 sent AOS and DS-3032(regular mail)

03/13/2012 iV bill invoiced

03/15/2012 IV bill paid

03/16/2012 IV bill shows as paid

03/19/2012 IV package sent(express mail)

03/20/2012 NVC Received package

03/22/2012 CASE COMPLETE!!!!!!!!

Interview Date!!!!! May 10th 2012 Thank God!!

Interview Approved!!

05/15/2012 Picked up Visa

05/19/2012 POE Miami

05/21/2012 Applied for SSN @ local office

06/01/2012 Received Welcome Letter

06/06/2012 Green Card Received

06/08/2012 Went to SS office to reapply for SSN

06/14/2012 Received SSN in the mail

VISA PROCESS OVER FINALLY!!!!

Removing of Conditions

03/08/2014 I-751 Package Sent

03/11/2014 I-751 Package Received

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So I have been calling the National Visa Center to find out if they have received my approved petition, but they keep telling me it takes up to two weeks. Once they receive it how long does it take to find out your interview date...? Because tomorrow will be 2 weeks since my petition was approved and still havent heard anything at all... Is this normal? Need some advice ... My job is being lenient but I need to find out at least 1 month ahead before my interview...I feel like I'm in the air :-(

Hey Sanchez! I am so positive your petition is @ the NVC...My friend got her NOA2 April 20. She called Friday and her petition was there. But they gave her a hard time. So I told her to tell them she misplaced her NVC case #. They told her that petition arrived on the 24th and gave her the NVC #. Try it! Good luck!

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@mariel i hope so hun

@barbie Wow thats great!!! I'm so gonna do that!!!hehehe I figured they may have had it because it's two weeks tomorrow ! Thanks for the info!!! :dance:

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From what I've seen it seems K-1 petitioners find out about their interviews with more time in advance than CR-1. You can call DOS too and inquire about a date.


01/01/2008 - Met
04/27/2010 - Engaged
08/23/2011 - Married
USCIS
10/03/2011 - I-130 Sent (USPS priority w/ delivery confirmation)
10/05/2011 - Package arrived at chicago lockbox
10/06/2011 - NOA1
11/09/2011 - NOA2 (no RFE's)
NVC
11/14/2011 - Petition received by NVC/ Received NOA2 by mail
11/21/2011 - NVC case # received by email/ Got AOS fee by email/ Called NVC to provide beneficiary email
11/27/2011 - Choice of agent (DS-3023) sent to NVC by email
.....took a break from process to delay interview....
01/26/2012 - Payed IV fee
01/27/2012 - IV fee status shown as PAID
02/07/2012 - Payed AOS fee
02/08/2012 - AOS fee status shown as PAID
02/09/ 2012 - DS-230 package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/06/2012 - AOS package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/12/2012 - Called NVC and found out about checklist. Sent revision to NVC that same day.
03/16/2012 - CASE COMPLETE!
04/11/2012 - Informed of interview via phone by DOS/ Got P4 email from NVC a few hours later that same day (May 4th)
SANTO DOMINGO CONSULATE
04/19/2012 - Medical
05/04/2012 - Interview (APPROVED)
05/10/2012 - Visa ready and picked up at domex
05/15/2012 - POE in Boston (together)
U. S. A
05/29/2012 - Went to SS office to apply for SS card
06/01/2012 - Welcome letter arrived (Received about 3 of these)
06/05/2012 - Green card arrived
06/15/2012- Back to SS office with green card to reapply and inquire about delay
06/18/2012 - Picked up SSN at SSA office
06/22/2012 - SS card arrived by mail

04/24/14 - Sent I-751 to remove conditions

06/09/14 - Biometrics

11/2014 - RFE from USCIS requesting more evidence before approval

Late Jan - Sent further evidence of marriage

03/05/2015 - Got letter of approval for removal of conditions

03/15/2015 - Permanent 10 yr green card received via mail

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From what I've seen it seems K-1 petitioners find out about their interviews with more time in advance than CR-1. You can call DOS too and inquire about a date.

Is that the department of state? If so what's the #? should I ask if my case has been sent to the consulate in santo Domingo?

I WAS APPROVED APRIL 16TH (CR-1) STILL NO EMAIL..NADA.THEY TOLD ME 10 TO 14 WORKING DAYS. SO MAY 2ND IS 14 WORKING DAYS..

I'm gonna try and do what Barbie said. Going to ask them what's the status of my Case and that I misplaced my NVC number lol...hoping it works! :blush:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Its not an NVC number its a US embassy number. Hence the number starting with the US embassy code. good.gif


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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