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Stuck in between The USCIS and The NVC

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Hello guys!

First of all, thank you for being such a supportive community!

I received my NOA2 on May 30th, after waiting 15 business days I was told by a NVC representative to send a scanned copy of my NOA2 to nvcresearch@state.gov . On May 25th I received a response from the NVC Research Unit stating that my case was not found at all, because The USCIS did not send my petition.

The same day I called the USCIS and was told by a representative that the USCIS had definitely sent my petition, so the NVC should had entered my case on their system by now.

At that point I felt pretty much stuck in between the USCIS and The NVC, so I decided to call my congressman’s office and asked for help. This morning I received an email from the congressman’s secretary stating that my inquiry was sent out.

My questions are:

Has anybody gone through this same process?

Roughly how long did it take?

Does it really help that my congressman is contacting the NVC and USCIS?

Is there anything else I can do to get through this process quicker?

Thank you

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