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hello guys...the first time that we received a checklist from nvc,they are saying that we need to fill out an i-864 for the joint sponsor..and so we did send that completed form together with the coversheet,and just today we yet received another checklist letter from them and this is what the checklist contains....

SHANIA SMITH DELA CRUZ

256 DILINGHAM ROAD

HONOLULU, HI 96819

*MNL1234567890* CHECKLIST

August 10, 2012

NVC Case Number: MNL1234567890

Dear: SHANIA SMITH DELA CRUZ

We have reviewed the documents which you submitted in support of an application for an immigrant

visa. Please review the information listed under each applicant's name and provide any documents

which are indicated as missing or need additional information. You must submit the required

information. Failure to provide the requested information will delay your immigrant visa interview.

Please read the enclosed information to determine where to send all required copies of missing

documents. If you have any questions regarding this letter, please call the National Visa Center at (603)

334-0700 between the hours of 7:30am and midnight ET.

Please include a copy of this letter with your correspondence and write your case number clearly (exactly

as it appears below) on the upper right-hand corner of all documents.

From the date you mail or transmit the requested information, please allow 20 business days for NVC to

review this documentation/your mail. When we complete our review, the NVC will notify

you/petitioner/beneficiary/attorney with information regarding the next processing step.

If a period of one year passes without contacting the NVC (by e-mail, telephone, or mail), all

submitted fees and documents will expire. Upon expiration, the fees and documents would need to

be resubmitted in order to continue the immigration process.

Case Number: MNL1234567890

Beneficiary's Name. DELA CRUZ,JUAN SANTOS

Preference Category: CR1 - CONDITIONAL SPOUSE OF U.S. CITIZEN

Priority Date: 11OCT2011

National Visa Center

Case Number Barcode Cover Sheet

________________________________________ ______

�� You must use this cover sheet when you physically submit forms

and/or supporting documents to the NVC.

Place a legible copy of this form on the top of each submission and

mail to the address given below.

Note: Failure to use this cover sheet will delay your visa.

Use this cover sheet only for the case number indicated

below.

Information for any other case(s) being mailed in the

same package

must include the cover sheet for that case.

National Visa Center

ATTN: DR

31 Rochester Avenue, Suite 100

Portsmouth, NH 03801-2914

�� Do Not use this cover sheet if you are submitting forms and/or

supporting documents by e-mail (Electronic Processing).

Instead, type your NVC case number in the subject line of the

e-mail message. Follow the directions on

www.immigrantvisas.state.gov to correctly scan and submit

forms and documents.

MNL1234567890

*MNL1234567890*

INSTRUCTIONS FOR. DELA CRUZ,JUAN SANTOS

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

______F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:_______________________________ _______

The NVC has received the information you submitted and placed it in your case file. You will be

contacted when your petition is sent to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate for further processing.

[M1A 08/10/2012] MNL1234567890

any idea guys if we are still missing something?or does this mean that my case is complete and we are just gonna wait for the visa interview date to be scheduled?IM IN CR1 category and im from the philippines...

THATS THE WHOLE LETTER,I JUST CHANGED THE CASE NUMBER AND THE NAMES FOR IT TO BE MORE PRIVATE....CAN U PLS EXPLAIN THE MEANING OF THIS CHECKLIST GUYS..THNX

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hello guys...the first time that we received a checklist from nvc,they are saying that we need to fill out an i-864 for the joint sponsor..and so we did send that completed form together with the coversheet,and just today we yet received another checklist letter from them and this is what the checklist contains....

SHANIA SMITH DELA CRUZ

256 DILINGHAM ROAD

HONOLULU, HI 96819

*MNL1234567890* CHECKLIST

August 10, 2012

NVC Case Number: MNL1234567890

Dear: SHANIA SMITH DELA CRUZ

We have reviewed the documents which you submitted in support of an application for an immigrant

visa. Please review the information listed under each applicant's name and provide any documents

which are indicated as missing or need additional information. You must submit the required

information. Failure to provide the requested information will delay your immigrant visa interview.

Please read the enclosed information to determine where to send all required copies of missing

documents. If you have any questions regarding this letter, please call the National Visa Center at (603)

334-0700 between the hours of 7:30am and midnight ET.

Please include a copy of this letter with your correspondence and write your case number clearly (exactly

as it appears below) on the upper right-hand corner of all documents.

From the date you mail or transmit the requested information, please allow 20 business days for NVC to

review this documentation/your mail. When we complete our review, the NVC will notify

you/petitioner/beneficiary/attorney with information regarding the next processing step.

If a period of one year passes without contacting the NVC (by e-mail, telephone, or mail), all

submitted fees and documents will expire. Upon expiration, the fees and documents would need to

be resubmitted in order to continue the immigration process.

Case Number: MNL1234567890

Beneficiary's Name. DELA CRUZ,JUAN SANTOS

Preference Category: CR1 - CONDITIONAL SPOUSE OF U.S. CITIZEN

Priority Date: 11OCT2011

National Visa Center

Case Number Barcode Cover Sheet

________________________________________ ______

�� You must use this cover sheet when you physically submit forms

and/or supporting documents to the NVC.

Place a legible copy of this form on the top of each submission and

mail to the address given below.

Note: Failure to use this cover sheet will delay your visa.

Use this cover sheet only for the case number indicated

below.

Information for any other case(s) being mailed in the

same package

must include the cover sheet for that case.

National Visa Center

ATTN: DR

31 Rochester Avenue, Suite 100

Portsmouth, NH 03801-2914

�� Do Not use this cover sheet if you are submitting forms and/or

supporting documents by e-mail (Electronic Processing).

Instead, type your NVC case number in the subject line of the

e-mail message. Follow the directions on

www.immigrantvisas.state.gov to correctly scan and submit

forms and documents.

MNL1234567890

*MNL1234567890*

INSTRUCTIONS FOR. DELA CRUZ,JUAN SANTOS

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

______F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:_______________________________ _______

The NVC has received the information you submitted and placed it in your case file. You will be

contacted when your petition is sent to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate for further processing.

[M1A 08/10/2012] MNL1234567890

any idea guys if we are still missing something?or does this mean that my case is complete and we are just gonna wait for the visa interview date to be scheduled?IM IN CR1 category and im from the philippines...

THATS THE WHOLE LETTER,I JUST CHANGED THE CASE NUMBER AND THE NAMES FOR IT TO BE MORE PRIVATE....CAN U PLS EXPLAIN THE MEANING OF THIS CHECKLIST GUYS..THNX

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No, NVC is NOT asking anything besides telling you that you case is in waiting list for further process (Interview date???).

Most of the time, if the country is not in Electronic Process ( EP), NVC does not inform the applicant/petitioner about the case complete during NVC phase. So, call them @ given number for peace of mind.....


[b][color="#FF0000"]USCIS Journey[/color][/b]
06/25/2011 - Married @ native country
Mid of August: Filled N400
Mid Of October : Filled I -130 ( LPR F2A)
10/17/2011 : NOA1
12/08/2011 : Oath Ceremoney for N400, Boston @ 12:00 pm
12/08/2011 : [b]Called VSC to Upgrade the Case [color="#FF0000"]( LPR F2A to CR-1)[/color] @ 3pm[/b]
12/12/2011 : Email Confirmation of Upgrade
[color="#008000"][b]04/14/2012 : NOA2[/color][/b]([i]Can't Express how happy I was and relieved from A Long WAITING GAME.....but everyone has to go through it......)[/i]

[color="#FF0000"][b]NVC Journey[/b][/color]

04/24/2012---Case number and IIN received, Email address Provided of both petitionner and benificiary
04/24/2012---DS 3032 emailed to NVC
04/26/2012---AOS fee bill paid
04/27/2012---AOS fee bill shows " PAID"
04/30/2012---AOS package sent
05/02/2012---DS 3032 accepted
05/02/2012---IV fee bill invoiced
05/04/2012---IV fee bill shows " PAID"
05/04/2012---IV package sent
05/11/2012---AOS Reviewed and Accepted
05/14/2012---IV package Reviewed and Accepted

[b][color="#2E8B57"]05/15/2012--------Case Complete[/color][/b] [color="#FF00FF"] [[i]([s]Wow....!!!!!! Wait....Ouch...Did i miss "Interview Scheduling" process for this month by day or 2 days??[/s]?)[/color][/i]

06/06/2012-----[b]Interview Date Assigned[/b]

[b][color="#FF0000"]Medical / Consulate / POE[/color][/b]
06/08/2012-----Medical Exam
06/15/2012-----Case Forwarded to Embassy
06/24/2012-----1st Marriage Anniversary
07/10/2012-----Interview date: [b][color="#00BFFF"]APPROVED[/color][/b]
07/17/2012-----[i][b][color="#2E8B57"]Boston,MA [/color][/b][/i]

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its best to call nvc and find out.


12/16/2011 - Arrived In Philippines
12/23/2011 - Married In Philippines
01/05/2012 - Returned to HAWAII
USCIS
02/02/2012 - I-130 Sent (USPS)
02/05/2011 - Package arrived at chicago lockbox
02/06/2012 - NOA1
02/09/2012 - Received NOA1 797c form via usps
05/31/2012 - I-130 Approved (checked status online)
06/04/2012 - Received NOA2 hardcopy via usps

NVC
06/25/2012 - NVC received from USCIS
06/27/2012 - Received Case# & IID via phone
06/27/2012 - Emailed DS-3032 to NVC/automated response received

07/06/2012 - NVC rejected DS-3032 email, Called NVC (because my case has not yet been stored in their system)
07/08/2012 - Re-Emailed DS-3032 to NVC/automated response received (composed new E-mail)

07/09/2012 - Paid AOS bill online ($88)
07/11/2012 - AOS bill shows PAID
07/12/2012 - AOS package sent express mail via USPS
07/16/2012 - AOS package shows "DELIVERED" via USPS
07/20/2012 - DS-3032 (Choice of Agent) email accepted
07/20/2012 - AOS Package Accepted
07/23/2012 - IV bill invoiced
07/23/2012 - Paid IV bill online ($230)
07/25/2012 - IV bill shows PAID
07/25/2012 - IV package sent via UPS
07/27/2012 - IV package shows "DELIVERED" via UPS
08/01/2012 - IV Package Accepted
08/01/2012 - Case complete

US Embassy Manila

08/13/2012 - Med Day1 (Physical, Xray, blood test)
08/14/2012 - Med Day2 (Sputum required due to xray results) 6months treatment =(
05/14/2013 - Interview (approved!!)

06/17/2013 - VISA status "ISSUED"

06/21/2013 - VISA Delivered!!

06/29/2013 - ARRIVED IN HAWAII !!

06/16/2015 - FILED I-751 (USCIS RECEIVED ON 06/19/2015, But sent papers back to me for missing info on application papers. Re-sent on 06/23/2015)

07/02/2015 - Received I-797 Letter (Notice Of Action)

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<b>F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:_______________________________ _______<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 253); ">The NVC has received the information you submitted and placed it in your case file. You will be<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 253); ">contacted when your petition is sent to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate for further processing.<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 253); ">[M1A 08/10/2012] MNL1234567890</b>

See? They are only telling you that they have received the information you submitted. They did not ask for anything else.

Just for your peace of mind, you can call NVC and ask them if anything else is needed.


Married: 12/01/2011
USCIS Stage:
I-130 sent: 12/29/2011 NOA1: 01/03/2012 NOA2: 09/24/2012 (Text and website) - 09/28/2012 (In mail) <265 days to approval from NOA1 date>
I-129F sent: 01/14/2012 NOA1: 01/18/2012 NOA2: 09/27/2012 (Withdrawn)
RFE: 08/13/2012 "Proof of Bona Fide marital relationship". (Took them 7 months, 1 week and 4 days to send an RFE).
RFE Responce received by CSC-USCIS on 09/07/2012.
NVC Stage:
NVC Received: 10/09/2012
NVC issued Case #, IIN and BIN: 10/10/2012
IV Package Received at NVC: 12/03/2012

EMBASSY STAGE:
interview March 20, 2013 : results AP (sent in paperwork for co-sponsor received 4-20-2013)

Issued: September 30, 2013

POE: Raleigh-Durham International Airport, NC @ 10-17-2013 (Easy entry, pleasant experience).

Removal of Conditions on Residence:

Filed: August 14, 2015 - VSC

NOA1: 08/19/2015

Date of Decision: 06-03-2013

Letter of Approval received: 06-09-2016

Green Card received: 07-15-2016

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