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NVC - original documents no longer required for IV Package!!

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Filed: Country: India
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Latest update from NVC: original documents no longer required for IV Package!! :dancing:


UNCLASSIFIED 14 STATE 130716


Subject: National Visa Center No Longer Collecting Original Civil Documents


1. Summary. The National Visa Center (NVC) will cease collecting original civil documents in

support of immigrant visa (IV) applications as of November 12, 2014. Most applicants will be

required to submit photocopies of supporting documents (such as birth, marriage, and police

certificates) and will be instructed to take their original documents to their interviews for review.

This does not include Affidavit of Support forms, which petitioners will still submit to NVC for

initial evaluation. End Summary.



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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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This would have been so nice to know before we went through all the trouble of getting multiple originals of our civil documents, haha!


11/06: Husband EWI from Mexico
11/08: Started dating

11/11: Husband got deported
1/11/14: Got married
3/13/14-11/2/14:
I-130
1/26/15-3/17/15: NVC

5/28/15: INTERVIEW - denied

6/8/15: I-601/I-212 waivers received

11/17/15: I-601/I-212 waivers APPROVED

12/11/15: HUBBY HOME!! :dance:

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What a crock of timing! I just sent the IV packet 1 week prior and had a delay while waiting for orgionals to arrive! This on top of sticking me with the fee increase feels like they are trying to gig me personaly!

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Originals no longer required, this is simply unbelievable! We've been delayed 60 days due to not having original documents. This process is so frustrating. Yet, another year without my husband and another holiday by myself. I guess this is the price we pay for abiding by the law.

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~~moved to NVC discussion as topic benefits multiple visa types~~


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