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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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It depends on how you've set up delivery of your visa. Before your interview, you'll need to go onto usvisa-info.com and pick the DHL office where you want to receive your visa.

Some people opt to pick a DHL office in Juarez, wait there for the visa, and then cross with it as soon as they have it. If you do that, you'll have to hang around Cd. Juarez until it shows up.

But you're free to pick a DHL location in el D.F., in which case you're free to head out once your interview is done.

I don't think it will be much faster to wait for your visa in Juarez. My wife had her interview on a Tuesday, was approved, and by Thursday, she had her visa in her hands (in Tijuana).


7 Mar 2011 - Mailed the I-130 package

12 Nov 2011 - Became a U.S. resident (+250 days)

18 Sep 2017 - Sworn in as a U.S. citizen (+2137 days)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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It depends on how you've set up delivery of your visa. Before your interview, you'll need to go onto usvisa-info.com and pick the DHL office where you want to receive your visa.

Some people opt to pick a DHL office in Juarez, wait there for the visa, and then cross with it as soon as they have it. If you do that, you'll have to hang around Cd. Juarez until it shows up.

But you're free to pick a DHL location in el D.F., in which case you're free to head out once your interview is done.

I don't think it will be much faster to wait for your visa in Juarez. My wife had her interview on a Tuesday, was approved, and by Thursday, she had her visa in her hands (in Tijuana).

Oh okay thank you very much that helped alot! I picked a DHL office in D.F I really don't want to hang around Juarez that much! But once I picked a DHL offiice it talks about a waybill?!?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Oh okay thank you very much that helped alot! I picked a DHL office in D.F I really don't want to hang around Juarez that much! But once I picked a DHL offiice it talks about a waybill?!?

The waybill number is just a tracking number. Give it 24 hours or so after your interview, then try logging into the usvisa-info site to see if there's a waybill number listed. Once your visa gets shipped out, the site will list the waybill/tracking number, and you can enter it on DHL's website to track the package.

You should be all set.

Edited by Dan C.

7 Mar 2011 - Mailed the I-130 package

12 Nov 2011 - Became a U.S. resident (+250 days)

18 Sep 2017 - Sworn in as a U.S. citizen (+2137 days)

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