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K1 at NVC...Dominican Republic

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Hi guys I got my case number n invoice # over a week ago. I keep checking the CEAC status and it says "At NVC" and I have seen some people get their petitions forwarded to the Embassy like 2 or 3 days after getting the assigned number. I also called the visa specialist and they said that it was already forwarded to the condulate and I emailed the consulate and THEY said it was still at NVC undergoing some administrative processing then to be sent to DR embassy... I'm so freaking confused. By the way, I already did the DS160 the same day I got the case #. Trying to be ahead of them so I wont have to wait as long for an interview...

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When you call the visa specialist again, ask them for the date that it was shipped to Embassy. There is a HOT topic somewhere on the site "How to Track DHL, where this gentleman can help you to track your DHL just by using the date that it was shipped.

Then you will know for sure that it is at the embassy, probably sitting in the mail-room. Until your package makes it to the section where it is actually put into the system, CEAC may show IN Transit but in actuality it's already in the DR.

That's what happened to me.


Visa Timeline3/31/14- Sent 129f4/8/14 - NOA1 Hardcopy7/28/14 - Medical Expedite (USCIS)8/14/14 - NOA2 Hardcopy9/5/14 - NVC Status "In-Transit"9/15/14 - NVC Status "READY"9/18/14 - Medical Expedite (Embassy)9/29/14 - CEAC Status date10/28/14 - Packet 4 11/04/14 - Medical Exam11/19/14- Interview Date - APPROVED11/20/14 - Admin Processing11/24/14 - Issued11/27/14 - VISA in Hand!!!!!!?12/4/14 - POE Miami 12/15/2014 - Married :joy:1/15/2015 - Social Security Card Received1/28/2015 - Drivers License Received2/13/2015 - Filed AOS (I-485,I-864,I-765,I-131)<p>
2/26/2015 - email/texts application accepted

3/23/2015 - Biometrics appt

"Trust in Jehovah with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding"

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