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Hi, As every one know under F4 brother or sister submit file at USIC and that submit date call PD (priority date). and when Usic complate file and transfer it to NVC. now NVC issue case no. Like BMB********. and in case no BMB means Bombay Consulate. Then four no are case no issue year. Then three no are issue day ( day of Out of 365) and last two no are no of case clear on that day.

No my question is Case no is BMB2012***** and get appointment latter. SO it means that case clear by NVC in 2012. as per interview call issue by cut off date. so it means this case file submit before 8 jan 2001. and they transfer case to NVC in year 2012. please tell me any one whose case in start with bmb2012 and what is your PD or submit file date.

thabks.

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Hi, As every one know under F4 brother or sister submit file at USIC and that submit date call PD (priority date). and when Usic complate file and transfer it to NVC. now NVC issue case no. Like BMB********. and in case no BMB means Bombay Consulate. Then four no are case no issue year. Then three no are issue day ( day of Out of 365) and last two no are no of case clear on that day.

No my question is Case no is BMB2012***** and get appointment latter. SO it means that case clear by NVC in 2012. as per interview call issue by cut off date. so it means this case file submit before 8 jan 2001. and they transfer case to NVC in year 2012. please tell me any one whose case in start with bmb2012 and what is your PD or submit file date.

thabks.

Mahesh... per your calculations, you are expecting to have

BMB2012-----, But actually the numbers for NVC case are as follows -

BMB2012------, you should have 6 numbers after BMB2012 not 5 numbers

I don't know how the numbers are generated, may be some one else have idea.

Good luck

Edited by Deep2009

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You want to know the PD that is current? You could just take a look at the visa bulletin posted on NVCs website.


USCIS

10/01/11 - Filed (2) I-130's

10/04/11 - NOA-1

04/05/12 - NOA-2

Your I-130 was approved in 184 days from your NOA1 date.

NVC

04/23/12 - NVC received both cases (18 days/12 business days from NOA-2)

05/07/12 - Case numbers and IIN's (14 days/10 business days since NVC received)

05/07/12 - Sent out DS-3032 by email; auto-response received

05/08/12 - AOS fee invoiced, paid - "IN PROCESS"

05/09/12 - AOS fee shows as "PAID"

05/10/12 - Spouse's DS-3032 accepted; minor child's rejected = had petitioner call NVC = received verbal acceptance from operator

05/11/12 - Spouse's IV fee invoiced

05/14/12 - Daughter's IV fee invoiced, paid both IV fees - "IN PROCESS"

05/15/12 - Both IV fees show as "PAID"

05/16/12 - Sent both AOS and both IV packages to NVC via USPS (expected delivery: 05/19/12)

05/21/12 - All 4 packages delivered

05/30/12 - Received checklist for daughter's AOS

05/31/12 - Sent response to checklist via USPS (expected delivery: 06/01/12); Spouse's case completed

06/07/12 - Daughter's case completed; waiting for interview date

06/14/12 - P4 received: interview date 07/11/12

Embassy

07/04-05/12 - Medical at SLEC

07/11/12 - Interview: APPROVED!

07/14/12 - Visas on hand

POE: 10/17/12

GC's on hand: 10/31/12

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