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Hello Fellow Visa Journey Members,

This is a question to find information about the process and precedence of visa types, I am sort of bewilder as to the lack of knowledge these offices really have and want some information as to the priority of visa issued. Does anyone know if I-130 take precedence over all other visas, for example and Embassy says there are no more dates for interviews for a given month and they are now taking for December, is there a report of the number of types of visas processed for any given month, I have asked NVC for a report of this kind and they stated we aren't allowed to give this information out?????? WHY NOT??? Any information on who or where to find this information would be great.

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Hello Fellow Visa Journey Members,

This is a question to find information about the process and precedence of visa types, I am sort of bewilder as to the lack of knowledge these offices really have and want some information as to the priority of visa issued. Does anyone know if I-130 take precedence over all other visas, for example and Embassy says there are no more dates for interviews for a given month and they are now taking for December, is there a report of the number of types of visas processed for any given month, I have asked NVC for a report of this kind and they stated we aren't allowed to give this information out?????? WHY NOT??? Any information on who or where to find this information would be great.

Thank You

I doubt if you would ever get such a report. But yes every embassy has a certain # of slots per day they slot for all kinds of Visas.

I know every Visa #1 slot is Visitor Visa. Example my Nigeria the conduct between 400 and 500 interviews per day. They slot no more than 4 IR1/CR1 per day Mon-Thur (I know because I asked when I was at the embassy in Lagos, Nigeria.

And no an immigration precedence per say doesn't take precedence over others at all. If they did there would always be openings at every embassy but they are not because more goes into a IR1/CR1.

Hope that helps.


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Hello Fellow Visa Journey Members,

This is a question to find information about the process and precedence of visa types, I am sort of bewilder as to the lack of knowledge these offices really have and want some information as to the priority of visa issued. Does anyone know if I-130 take precedence over all other visas, for example and Embassy says there are no more dates for interviews for a given month and they are now taking for December, is there a report of the number of types of visas processed for any given month, I have asked NVC for a report of this kind and they stated we aren't allowed to give this information out?????? WHY NOT??? Any information on who or where to find this information would be great.

Thank You

The I-130 is a petition, not a visa.

The CR1 normally takes priority because there is no waiting for a visa, unlike in preference categories, but it depends on the embassy or consulate in that country. Sometimes because K1 can book their own interviews in many countries they can often get first choice spots but sometimes they have to wait their turn as well.

The NVC won't have this kind of information because it's a DOS issue which is the parent department of the NVC.

I agree with Dwheels that visitor, work, and student visas take up the majority of a the time at an embassy or consulate because those are the government's money makers.


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Moved from IR-1/CR-1 Process & Procedures to US Embassy & Consulate Discussion; topic is about visa unit operations at US Embassies and Consulates abroad.


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