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Hi Guys! We got an IV coversheet that asked us to send responses to the NH address Attn CMR however, some time after paying our IV fees we got a checklist and coversheets asking us to send all documentation Attn DR. We sent it in two days ago (they will receive it today). Did anyone else get this?

Does this mean we still are going to at least wait the 60 days or is this going to go directly to a person handling our case at the NVC?

Really confused by the change of attention with respect to the address.

Thanks!!


Started dating: August 24, 2007 heart.gif

Married: June 5, 2010

Baby: May 5, 2013 goofy.gif

Filed I 130: November 15, 2013

USCIS

NOA 1: November 21, 2013 (hard copy December 4, 2013)

NOA 2: July 8, 2014

NVC

Case Number assigned: July 8, 2014

AOS Fee Paid: July 9, 2014

IV Cover page received: September 16, 2014

IV Fee Paid: September 16, 2014

DS 260 filled out online and confirmation received: October 13, 2014

Checklist cover letter received: November 4, 2014

Documents sent: November 11, 2013

Documents received at NH: November 13, 2014 (Sent with attn. to DR not CMR)

Note: We filed with the Chicago Lockbox as we cannot do a DCF here in Argentina. dry.png

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Hi USCHE,

I submitted my DS-260 on 10/01/14 and the NVC received my final documents (IV Package) on 10/03/14.

Yesterday was the 60th day with no news of a case complete status so I called the NVC and they notified us that a checklist was supposed to be emailed to us on 11/21/14 but didn't get sent. (what the ****?)

Our checklist return address is also ATTN: DR which differs from the original ATTN: CMR address.

It's probably just a different department within the NVC. Maybe directing the documents to a department holding cases that are already in review rather than pending review.

Let's cross our fingers for a prompt reply within 60 days. Not after... :cry:

Note for other people in a similar situation:

Originally the operator at the NVC wouldn't give me any details regarding the document(s) that they required however after calling a second time a different operator went into specific detail about the document(s) and also gave instructions on how we could send the relevant documents prior to receiving the NVC's checklist email. This wasn't a tier 2 operator, despite me asking to be transferred to one.

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Thanks so much Dancematic! I was super confused. Keeping fingers and toes crossed for you too!!! :star::content::star:


Started dating: August 24, 2007 heart.gif

Married: June 5, 2010

Baby: May 5, 2013 goofy.gif

Filed I 130: November 15, 2013

USCIS

NOA 1: November 21, 2013 (hard copy December 4, 2013)

NOA 2: July 8, 2014

NVC

Case Number assigned: July 8, 2014

AOS Fee Paid: July 9, 2014

IV Cover page received: September 16, 2014

IV Fee Paid: September 16, 2014

DS 260 filled out online and confirmation received: October 13, 2014

Checklist cover letter received: November 4, 2014

Documents sent: November 11, 2013

Documents received at NH: November 13, 2014 (Sent with attn. to DR not CMR)

Note: We filed with the Chicago Lockbox as we cannot do a DCF here in Argentina. dry.png

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