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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I'm currently on hold with the USCIS to speak with a proper officer. Have been calling the NVC every week or two by now. Our NOA2 for a K-1 was approved Sept 16. NVC has still not received it and all the timelines I see, NVC shows they receive paperwork like a week or so after from the USCIS. I'm concerned by now as to what is going on. I'm trying to locate our paperwork. I've even called the DOS two or three times. When I received the NOA2 hard copy in the mail for the USCIS approval, it says on there that it was being sent to the consulate. :cry:

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I'm currently on hold with the USCIS to speak with a proper officer. Have been calling the NVC every week or two by now. Our NOA2 for a K-1 was approved Sept 16. NVC has still not received it and all the timelines I see, NVC shows they receive paperwork like a week or so after from the USCIS. I'm concerned by now as to what is going on. I'm trying to locate our paperwork. I've even called the DOS two or three times. When I received the NOA2 hard copy in the mail for the USCIS approval, it says on there that it was being sent to the consulate. :cry:

It does not go directly to London. It has to go through NVC. Have you considered seeing if your Congressman or Senator's office would inquire at USCIS and NVC on your behalf to identify where your case file is? They get answers a little farther up the chain than you do by calling the low level general info lines.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
Timeline

It does not go directly to London. It has to go through NVC. Have you considered seeing if your Congressman or Senator's office would inquire at USCIS and NVC on your behalf to identify where your case file is? They get answers a little farther up the chain than you do by calling the low level general info lines.

I haven't thought about that to be honest. USCIS was sending an email to the CSC where our NOA2 was approved and now the NVC told me to email a copy of the approval letter to the NVC research email. I'm supposed to hear back from USCIS within a couple of weeks. The eight weeks max wait time will be the 11th of November, so if I haven't sorted out what has happened with the file, I will try and call the Senator's office.

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