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Packages, Checklists and Thoughts

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Spain
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Hi all,

Just when we thought we were almost at the end of the NVC process we got a checklist for our AoS (Affidavit of Support) forms. Apparently they were not filled correctly so we had to submit them again. NVC got the new package today and they keep saying that we should allow them up to 60 (working?) days to review it all again... How frustrating.

On the other hand, we sent our IV package on September 9th but it hasn't been scanned and uploaded on the CEAC website yet. Last time I called the NVC (before the AoS checklist), they told me they would review both packages together but I'm under the impression that it hasn't been exactly like that and we are gonna have to wait up to 60 (working?) days for them to review the IV package. Am I right?

I guess we are all in the same boat. It's just so frustrating that we have to wait this much, especially after doing it the right way.


Our Relationship
11/06/2010: Met in Spain
11/21/2010: Officially became an item
08/12/2011: A moved to USA

09/09/2012: A moved back to Spain
01/26/2013: I proposed in Barcelona
07/19/2013: WEDDING DAY! (L)

USCIS
05/16/2014: I-130 package scanned

05/19/2014: I-130 NOA1 electronic copy received
05/27/2014: I-130 NOA1 hard copy received
05/23/2014: I-130 NOA2 ELECTRONIC COPY RECEIVED! :dancing:


NVC
06/03/2014: NVC received case
06/23/2014: NVC Case Number and Invoice ID Number assigned
07/09/2014: DS-261 completed online & accepted
07/10/2014: AoS bill invoiced & paid
08/05/2014: AoS package scanned
09/08/2014: IV bill invoiced & paid
09/10/2014: IV package scanned
09/28/2014: DS-260 completed online & accepted
10/17/2014: AoS checklist email received

10/21/2014: AoS checklist package scanned

12/13/2014: CASE COMPLETE! :dancing:
12/29/2014: Interview scheduled

12/30/2014: P4 email received

12/31/2014: Case file shipped to the Embassy (In-Transit)

Embassy

01-05-2015: Case file arrived (Ready)
02-10-2015: Medical appointment in Madrid
02-12-2015: Interview in Madrid:
APPROVED! :dancing::dance:

02-13-2015: Visa issued

02-17-2015: Visa in hand

02-25-2015: POE

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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Do you mind sharing what you received the checklist for? I had a checklist as well, but for mine they said I had left the residential address section blank, even though I had the same address in the mailing address section. I eventually called and spoke to a supervisor who said she will look into my case. Fortunately, she was very kind and got my case completed.

You can try calling and speaking to a supervisor if you have a similar problem. Maybe you'll be fortunate too.

Let me know how it goes.

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