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I called the National Visa Center today. They have a case number ready. They could not give it to me because the birthdate I gave them and the one listed on the NVC form do not match.I entered the correct birthdate on the I129f and all of the forms. She said that the problem is somebody entered the birthdate wrong during processing. Now I must send in a copy of my fiance's birth certificate or a copy of his passport. This is the procedure in order to correct their mistake. I am so glad that I have been calling every few days to ask for the case number. Now we can have the error corrected and move forward, God willing.

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It is not your fault. Anyway, NVC will send a letter to you containing your case number. Good luck, sis!

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I think this belongs in the K1 forum also because others will see how important it is to follow through with phone calls. If I had not been given the case number and wrong birthdate entered at the State Department, I would not know that the birthdate had been keyed in wrong.

The file left the USCIS with the proper and correct birthdate. The birthdate error occured at the NVC. Apparently, they have some very inefficient safeguards against simple data entry errors good.gif

Now the file is being sent to a different building so that somebody there can look at it and confirm that a data entry error occured. The supervisor could not tell me how long this will take.

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Yes...seems this is a common error. The supervisor seemed more concerned over how I found out the mistaken birth date than she was about simply fixing the error. She also said it would take so long to fix their error that I will likely have to file an extension of the Approval Notice in Paris. The current Approval is valid until March 14, 2014. It is not looking like a 2 day fix.

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duplicate threads have been merged and duplicate posts removed. The topic, while it does relate to the NVC forum, is being moved to the K-1 Visa Process and Procedure forum as it relates to the K-1 process and keeps all steps - even unexpected ones - together in the same forum.


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duplicate threads have been merged and duplicate posts removed. The topic, while it does relate to the NVC forum, is being moved to the K-1 Visa Process and Procedure forum as it relates to the K-1 process and keeps all steps - even unexpected ones - together in the same forum.

I concur, for the same reason. I posted this here but somebody moved it to the NVC forum.

Can you tell me where we can find out the date of the interview? It seems that the latest news is that the file is on it's way, via DHL, to Paris and that an interview date is already scheduled. Is that correct? If I call the NVC on Monday, will they tell me the interview date? Thank you.

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"Your case is in transit to the Consular Section. Your interview date was provided to you by the National Visa Center."

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