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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I'm curious since there has been healthy debate here.

I sent both packets (along with many here) after paying the AOS fee at the instruction of an NVC operator.

The documents were received Sept 23, 2014.

I haven't received any "false" checklists and the AOS fee, IV fee, DS 261 and DS 260 are all paid and complete.

Are "false" checklists a thing of the past if you follow the NVC operators instructions by sending both packets together with the singular "document cover sheet?"


RobbieG,

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I'm curious too, I have just paid the AOS and am waiting for the IV fee to become available. I have not sent my documents in yet, I am picking up the last of originals this weekend, and will send next week.

Robbieg, So you sent in both packages after the AOS fee, and before paying the IV fee and the filling our the 260?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I'm curious since there has been healthy debate here.

I sent both packets (along with many here) after paying the AOS fee at the instruction of an NVC operator.

The documents were received Sept 23, 2014.

I haven't received any "false" checklists and the AOS fee, IV fee, DS 261 and DS 260 are all paid and complete.

Are "false" checklists a thing of the past if you follow the NVC operators instructions by sending both packets together with the singular "document cover sheet?"

Hey RobbieG,

I'm no expert but i remember reading on the NVC thread that an operator told someone that by reviewing both packages together, they are trying to get rid of the false checklist. I've only read one person who was told that by an NVC operator though....but you never know with NVC. It makes sense though since they are not going to touch your AOS or IV until both are going to be reviewed, you wouldn't get a false checklist beforehand.

But i guess we'll have to wait and see. . . .


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I'm curious too, I have just paid the AOS and am waiting for the IV fee to become available. I have not sent my documents in yet, I am picking up the last of originals this weekend, and will send next week.

Robbieg, So you sent in both packages after the AOS fee, and before paying the IV fee and the filling our the 260?

Yes, and I received a notice that the documents were received 9.24. The IV fee opened almost immediately after that and the DS260 was completed 10.2.

I haven't received any "false" checklists.

I followed the instructions of the NVC and I think this notion of "false" checklists is outdated UNLESS we can find someone who sent all of the documents after the AOL (both packages) and got a "false" checklist.

Anyone out there?

Hey RobbieG,

I'm no expert but i remember reading on the NVC thread that an operator told someone that by reviewing both packages together, they are trying to get rid of the false checklist. I've only read one person who was told that by an NVC operator though....but you never know with NVC. It makes sense though since they are not going to touch your AOS or IV until both are going to be reviewed, you wouldn't get a false checklist beforehand.

But i guess we'll have to wait and see. . . .

Agree friend. Let's hope no one does and we can just get rid of the notion of "false" checklists.


RobbieG,

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Thanks! I'll have the Police report from Mexico Monday, and send everything in. Hopefully I will get the IV fee and DS260 soon after.

Good luck to all!

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Thank you guys for the information. We have just been approved so we are figuring out how the timeline at NVC will evolve and from studying other members timelines it is hard to know which strategy to follow; it seems to me that following the procedure as posted on the NVC website avoids delays and false checklists.


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Thank you guys for the information. We have just been approved so we are figuring out how the timeline at NVC will evolve and from studying other members timelines it is hard to know which strategy to follow; it seems to me that following the procedure as posted on the NVC website avoids delays and false checklists.

Agree. We haven't heard of any "false" checklists yet. Still searching.

Good luck.


RobbieG,

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I'm curious since there has been healthy debate here.

I sent both packets (along with many here) after paying the AOS fee at the instruction of an NVC operator.

The documents were received Sept 23, 2014.

I haven't received any "false" checklists and the AOS fee, IV fee, DS 261 and DS 260 are all paid and complete.

Are "false" checklists a thing of the past if you follow the NVC operators instructions by sending both packets together with the singular "document cover sheet?"

Hi, so you sended both packets with only the AOS cover sheet?

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After paying the AOS fee, and as instructed by an NVC operator, We sent the AOS and IV package together using the AOS cover sheet AND the Document Cover Sheet we got in the mail with our case # notification from NVC.

Sent 9.23.14 and later received a notice that "our documents were received on 9.24.14" and to wait the 60 days.

7 days later the IV fee and DS260 opened up and we paid the fee and completed the DS260.

We have received no "false" checklists as of yet and I'm wondering if anyone has using the process that NVC operators are telling us to do.


RobbieG,

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After paying the AOS fee, and as instructed by an NVC operator, We sent the AOS and IV package together using the AOS cover sheet AND the Document Cover Sheet we got in the mail with our case # notification from NVC.

Sent 9.23.14 and later received a notice that "our documents were received on 9.24.14" and to wait the 60 days.

7 days later the IV fee and DS260 opened up and we paid the fee and completed the DS260.

We have received no "false" checklists as of yet and I'm wondering if anyone has using the process that NVC operators are telling us to do.

Your description sounds straightforward and easy to follow through. I bet it simplified their processing on the NVC's end. You'll be outta there in no time.


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I bet it did too and it was what the NVC instructed us to do.

Some here are very resistant to change even in the face of tons of evidence that the process has indeed changed.

Still searching for a "false" checklist from anyone who has sent both pacakages together after paying AOS.

I think "false" checklists are a thing of the past if none pop up.


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