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The embassy hasn't received a copy of the case and as per nvc's shipment date and checking dhl it should have arrived. What happens if the case gets 'lost in the mail'?

Just relax. It usually takes time for an Embassy, or Consulate to acknowledge they have your petition. They have various internal sorting and distribution in the Consulate itself.

A similar thing happened to me. :yes:


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Same here! DOS kept telling me that an electronic copy had been sent, but there was no record of a paper copy. I was in a panic for about 3 weeks when they finally acknowledged having it.


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The embassy hasn't received a copy of the case and as per nvc's shipment date and checking dhl it should have arrived. What happens if the case gets 'lost in the mail'?

You never know whether the package you've found through DHL tracking system contains your case - there's no way to be 100% sure. Just wait a bit longer and check with the embassy again.


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

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