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All,

We hope to get an NVC Case Complete this week, as we're coming up on 60 days at NVC now.

From my understanding, once NVC has a CC, the embassy is notified and the embassy will schedule a date.

At that point, NVC ships the case to that embassy, and the embassy sends the interview letter (Package 4).

Is that correct?

Then, the interview letter, is that a physical document, or an e-mail?

Is it sent through regular mail or registered mail (sign for receipt) ?


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All,

We hope to get an NVC Case Complete this week, as we're coming up on 60 days at NVC now.

From my understanding, once NVC has a CC, the embassy is notified and the embassy will schedule a date.

At that point, NVC ships the case to that embassy, and the embassy sends the interview letter (Package 4).

Is that correct?

Yes

Then, the interview letter, is that a physical document, or an e-mail?

Physical

Is it sent through regular mail or registered mail (sign for receipt) ?

Mine was normal mail

Sorry I answered without splitting color on my words because I am answering this post from my phone


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K1 (I-129F) petition filed in August 2013 (Approved Feb 20th 2014)
13th May 2014: AOS (I-485) & EAD/AP combo card
21st May 2014: NOA 1 and biometric letter
11th June 2014: biometric appointment
13th June 2014: RFE received via mail
16th June 2014: replied to RFE
6th August 2014: EAD Approved, AP still in initial review
12th August 2014: got tracking number for EAD
( ) August 2014: Received EAD (I forgot what date I got them but I did receive them less than 5 days from the 12th)
10th September 2014: Interview Waiver received (I wished I was interviewed)
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