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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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This is probably shown in Visa Journey's guides somewhere, but I can't seem to find it.

Is the communication from the Mexican Juarez US Consulate for the interview to be scheduled come through email or through regular mail, or both? And I assume whatever it is it would go to both petitioner and the beneficiary.

I called NVC and we got notice that on 10/16 our case was complete. On 10/23, we got two letters (one in email, one in regular mail). Email simplyu said all docs were received and we will be notified when interview is scheduled. Regular mail letter stated something about an address change, but from what I read, it was in regards to the case would now be handled by the Juarez Consulate.

I've updated the November log on Visa Journey with my current date, but am now anxious on getting that interview date. From what I read, it looks like it takes about 7-10 days (not business days but regular days) to get a date scheduled, Hoping that's true because that means I'd be getting a date scheduled either this week or early next at the latest, just don't know how that will be communicated to me yet.

Thanks for any help people can provide.

Tom & Gladys

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
Timeline

I just received an email, not regular mail. And yes it took my case 7 days for them to send me the interview letter with the interview date for Ciudad Juarez


First Met: June-13 - 2003

Marriage : January-26-2012

I-130 Sent : May-31-2013

I-130 NOA1 : June-05-2013

NOA 2: April-08 - 2014

Case shipped to NVC: April-16 - 2014

10 months in USCIS

NVC:

Case received: April - 28 - 2014

Case number & IIN: May - 22 - 2014

DS-261 available & completed: May - 30 - 2014

DS-261 scanned June - 03 - 2014

AOS fee paid: June - 02 - 2014

AOS fee shows as paid: June - 04 - 2014

AOS packet sent: June - 09 - 2014

AOS scanned: June - 17 - 2014

AOS APPROVED WITHOUT A CHECKLIST THANKS TO SAYLIN & HER WIKI: July - 29 - 2014

IV fee invoiced & paid: July - 29 - 2014

IV fee shows as paid: July - 30 - 2014

IV packet sent: August - 4 - 2014

DS-260 Completed: August - 6 -2014

IV packet scanned in NVC's system August - 13 - 2014

CASE COMPLETE: Oct - 09 - 2014

Interview Scheduled: Oct - 16 - 2014

Interview Date: Nov - 14 - 2014

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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I just received an email, not regular mail. And yes it took my case 7 days for them to send me the interview letter with the interview date for Ciudad Juarez

Thanks JoAnderson for the update.

Just one more question, are you counting your case complete date the day you get a letter that starts off by saying "Dear Sir/Madam, All documentation necessary to complete the National Visa Center's processing of your case has been received. As soon as an interview date has been scheduled, the applicant, petitioner and the attorney (if applicable) will be notified".?

I got this letter on 10/23/14 through email. But I did call prior to getting that letter and the operator told me my case was complete on 10/16.

Either way, today would be 8 days since 10/23, and 15 days since 10/16, so I would expect something soon on the interview schedule. But I'm just curious as to what to put for the case complete date on Visa Journey so that its as accurate as possible for others.

Thanks again, and good luck in a couple of weeks.

Tom

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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The date they gave you when you called is the most accurate since that is the date of your case complete, the interview letters are delayed generally about a week. But I might have gotten a quick interview date because of my NOA1 date, it was almost a year and a half ago, and they say that does have effect on the interview date.


First Met: June-13 - 2003

Marriage : January-26-2012

I-130 Sent : May-31-2013

I-130 NOA1 : June-05-2013

NOA 2: April-08 - 2014

Case shipped to NVC: April-16 - 2014

10 months in USCIS

NVC:

Case received: April - 28 - 2014

Case number & IIN: May - 22 - 2014

DS-261 available & completed: May - 30 - 2014

DS-261 scanned June - 03 - 2014

AOS fee paid: June - 02 - 2014

AOS fee shows as paid: June - 04 - 2014

AOS packet sent: June - 09 - 2014

AOS scanned: June - 17 - 2014

AOS APPROVED WITHOUT A CHECKLIST THANKS TO SAYLIN & HER WIKI: July - 29 - 2014

IV fee invoiced & paid: July - 29 - 2014

IV fee shows as paid: July - 30 - 2014

IV packet sent: August - 4 - 2014

DS-260 Completed: August - 6 -2014

IV packet scanned in NVC's system August - 13 - 2014

CASE COMPLETE: Oct - 09 - 2014

Interview Scheduled: Oct - 16 - 2014

Interview Date: Nov - 14 - 2014

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