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Received Checklist Today, What Does This One Mean?

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Received another checklist today from NVC via email.

Here it is:


May 20, 2013
NVC Case Number: MNL2013XXXXXX
Dear My Name Here:
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: MNL2013XXXXXX
Beneficiary's Name: Spouses Name Here
Priority Date: 13NOV2012


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
Information for any other case(s) being mailed in the
same package
must include the cover sheet for that case.
National Visa Center
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.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR: Spouses name here
______1 - IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION PART 1:_______________________
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.
[P2P 05/20/2013] MNL2013XXXXXX

I am hoping this is good news? Am I correct in assuming that they (NVC) have approved everything and now we just await date for interview and notice of same? Anyone have any idea how much more time before they contact and schedule an interview at US Embassy Manila? Any idea when we get next email? Anyone have any time frames here?

Mahalo and Aloha for everyone's input and Aloha

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Looks like a cautious congratulations is in order lol... they didn't tell you to DO anything, they just said they put your stuff in the file. Call every other day or three for a status check.

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Looks like a cautious congratulations is in order lol... they didn't tell you to DO anything, they just said they put your stuff in the file. Call every other day or three for a status check.

Yeah we already responded to one of these that required a change on the DS-230 submitted. I have to assume that this is the document they are referring to. I have learned that I need not celebrate until my chickens have actually hatched because so much of this process makes little to nos sense. I just hope I am interpreting this one correctly. Thanks for the congrats and the reply! Mahalo

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That one doesn't have specifics. Looks like a false checklist with the AOS acceptance. You can call to confirm.

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss


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