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Filed: Country: Vietnam
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It' been 30 days for me and NVC have not receive anything from USCIS

:angry: My case was approved on April 23, 2012 and NVC have not receive my case in their system. I emailed my Approval notice to NVC Research and their reponse back : Dear Sir/Madam:

Please be advised that the National Visa Center (NVC) has received your

inquiry and the attached I-797 Notice of Action - Approval Notice.

Unfortunately, we do not have record of receiving your approved petition

from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The NVC will contact

USCIS on your behalf for information on the location of this petition.

I called USCIS they said it can take up to 90 days for NVC to receive the notice??? But NVC Told me it should be only 15-30 days??

PLEASE Help! What is going on????

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Most of the time they are slower than we are, hurry up and wait, hope for the best. Keep on it if you don't get notice shortly.


In Arizona its hot hot hot.

http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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it happens from time to time.. could be sitting on someones desk that is on holiday or out sick...


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Poland
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hi, where can we control our case at NVC?


CR-1 Visa

USCIS (202 days)

10/22/2011: sent I-130

11/02/2011: NOA1 (e-mail)

11/09/2011: NOA1 (hardcopy)

05/22/2012: NOA2 (e-mail)

05/25/2012: NOA2 (hardcopy)

NVC

06/11/2012: NVC received

06/20/2012: Case number/IIN

06/25/2012: DS-3032 sent

07/12/2012: DS-3032 accepted

06/25/2012: AOS bill

06/27/2012: AOS bill shows PAID

06/29/2012: AOS package sent

07/12/2012: IV bill

07/20/2012: IV bill shows PAID

07/21/2012: IV package sent

08/27/2012: Case complete

09/14/2012: Interview scheduled ( 16 OCT 9AM)

US Embassy Warsaw, Poland

10/16/2012: Interview

11/02/2012: POE

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Poland
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Great, so when should we call them if our NOA2 (E-MAIL) has arrived yesterday?


CR-1 Visa

USCIS (202 days)

10/22/2011: sent I-130

11/02/2011: NOA1 (e-mail)

11/09/2011: NOA1 (hardcopy)

05/22/2012: NOA2 (e-mail)

05/25/2012: NOA2 (hardcopy)

NVC

06/11/2012: NVC received

06/20/2012: Case number/IIN

06/25/2012: DS-3032 sent

07/12/2012: DS-3032 accepted

06/25/2012: AOS bill

06/27/2012: AOS bill shows PAID

06/29/2012: AOS package sent

07/12/2012: IV bill

07/20/2012: IV bill shows PAID

07/21/2012: IV package sent

08/27/2012: Case complete

09/14/2012: Interview scheduled ( 16 OCT 9AM)

US Embassy Warsaw, Poland

10/16/2012: Interview

11/02/2012: POE

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Filed: Country: Vietnam
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Great, so when should we call them if our NOA2 (E-MAIL) has arrived yesterday?

Give NVC atleast 15 business days than start calling, but just remember to be patient because I received my NOA2 since April 23,2012 and the case still did not arrive to NVC yet :angry: very frustrating!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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This has been frustrating me a lot too, as I was told 15 business days by the NVC for a long time then after that had passed I was told 30 by them. Approaching the 30 day mark I was being told by USCIS to wait 90 days. I asked them what would change by then. I got a canned answer. So At the 24-day in mark I talked to supervisors of both USCIS and the NVC, who advised me to contact the senator as I told them I was worried as this was a time sensitive case.

Emailing your approval notice to NVCresearch@state.gov will cause them to contact the USCIS on your behalf about your petition location.

Calling the senator will cause him to contact the NVC and he'll dig deeper to find where the case is. Finally today, my case has been received by the NVC & assigned a case # after 27 days, whether or not the additional steps helped I'm not sure, but it was worth the calls. They seem really backed up lately.


K-1 Visa Application Process | 01APR2012 - Met fiance in person

[uSCIS]

12APR2012 - Sent I-129F/K-1 Visa Application via USPS (Received at Dallas Lockbox 15APR2012)

18APR2012 - NOA1: Case Received via Text/Email | Requested military deployment expedite | Check cashed

19APR2012 - USCIS expedite evidence request received via EMAIL (Evidence faxed & NOA1 Hard Copy received 20APR2012)

24APR2012 - USCIS expedite evidence request received via US MAIL | Mailed back their letter & evidence via USPS

26APR2012 - NOA2: I-129F Approved via Text/Email (NOA2 Hard Copy received 30APR2012)

[NVC]

23MAY2012 - NVC Received petition and assigned case #

25MAY2012 - NVC Sent to consulate in Manila, PH

[uSEM - MNL]

30MAY2012 - SLEC medical exam completed; 1 day total

08JUN2012 - Interview PASSED! Visa Approved!

22JUN2012 - US Entry (Dallas POE)

08JUL2012 - Married!

"Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy." - Saadi

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Poland
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so,waiting for case # it`s the longest part of NVC process? I`m right?


CR-1 Visa

USCIS (202 days)

10/22/2011: sent I-130

11/02/2011: NOA1 (e-mail)

11/09/2011: NOA1 (hardcopy)

05/22/2012: NOA2 (e-mail)

05/25/2012: NOA2 (hardcopy)

NVC

06/11/2012: NVC received

06/20/2012: Case number/IIN

06/25/2012: DS-3032 sent

07/12/2012: DS-3032 accepted

06/25/2012: AOS bill

06/27/2012: AOS bill shows PAID

06/29/2012: AOS package sent

07/12/2012: IV bill

07/20/2012: IV bill shows PAID

07/21/2012: IV package sent

08/27/2012: Case complete

09/14/2012: Interview scheduled ( 16 OCT 9AM)

US Embassy Warsaw, Poland

10/16/2012: Interview

11/02/2012: POE

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Filed: Country: Vietnam
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This has been frustrating me a lot too, as I was told 15 business days by the NVC for a long time then after that had passed I was told 30 by them. Approaching the 30 day mark I was being told by USCIS to wait 90 days. I asked them what would change by then. I got a canned answer. So At the 24-day in mark I talked to supervisors of both USCIS and the NVC, who advised me to contact the senator as I told them I was worried as this was a time sensitive case.

Emailing your approval notice to NVCresearch@state.gov will cause them to contact the USCIS on your behalf about your petition location.

Calling the senator will cause him to contact the NVC and he'll dig deeper to find where the case is. Finally today, my case has been received by the NVC & assigned a case # after 27 days, whether or not the additional steps helped I'm not sure, but it was worth the calls. They seem really backed up lately.

Congrats! My case is still not there at NVC yet :( its been 31days now and same answer I was getting from USCIS about the 90 day thingy. Was yours 27 business days or was it including weekends?

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I can just speculate, but the California Service Center has been pumping out large numbers of approved petitions, very fast in the last couple of months. Wonder if this actually has the unwanted result of slowing NVC down..

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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To give you an idea of normal time from CSC to NVC, another constituent’s I-130 was approved on May 9 and has now arrived May 31 2012 at the NVC but has not yet been entered into the system So its taking 18-22 Business days on average to assign NVC case number.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Congrats! My case is still not there at NVC yet :( its been 31days now and same answer I was getting from USCIS about the 90 day thingy. Was yours 27 business days or was it including weekends?

Mine was 27 day including weekends (about 19 business days). Maybe calling the congressman made them find it 2 days later, but it's hard to say


K-1 Visa Application Process | 01APR2012 - Met fiance in person

[uSCIS]

12APR2012 - Sent I-129F/K-1 Visa Application via USPS (Received at Dallas Lockbox 15APR2012)

18APR2012 - NOA1: Case Received via Text/Email | Requested military deployment expedite | Check cashed

19APR2012 - USCIS expedite evidence request received via EMAIL (Evidence faxed & NOA1 Hard Copy received 20APR2012)

24APR2012 - USCIS expedite evidence request received via US MAIL | Mailed back their letter & evidence via USPS

26APR2012 - NOA2: I-129F Approved via Text/Email (NOA2 Hard Copy received 30APR2012)

[NVC]

23MAY2012 - NVC Received petition and assigned case #

25MAY2012 - NVC Sent to consulate in Manila, PH

[uSEM - MNL]

30MAY2012 - SLEC medical exam completed; 1 day total

08JUN2012 - Interview PASSED! Visa Approved!

22JUN2012 - US Entry (Dallas POE)

08JUL2012 - Married!

"Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy." - Saadi

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Bangladesh
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Dear All,

whats up? Already 87 days passed NVC did not receive my petition yet, I sent my approval letter to nvcresearch, I got an acknowledgement from them that they receive my scan copy of approval letter and they will contact with uscis on behalf of me, but 20 days passed no information from NVCresearch, I don't know where is my petition.............

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It is an old topic, but for you guys who went through the trouble of having NVC not received the case for the long time. What happened?

I'm now in the same situation. 70 days still nothing..

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