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Thanks for your quick response Yes, it still says "IN PROCESS" I was hoping 2-3 days as stated on their website....will continue to check.....i check atleast 2-3 times a day lol

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Yemen
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Thanks for your quick response Yes, it still says "IN PROCESS" I was hoping 2-3 days as stated on their website....will continue to check.....i check atleast 2-3 times a day lol

Lol. I'm in the same boat. Just paid mine on Monday and check it at least 5 times a day

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It will take more or less 2 weeks but make sure you fill out DS261 so the bill will be invoiced to your agent , the agent can be your petitioner just make sure you fill it online.


USCIS
June 01, 2013 I-130 Started

June 10, 2013 Priority Date
June 14, 2013 NOA 1
September 10, 2013 NOA 2


NVC
October 21, 2013 AoS Fee Paid
December 22, 2013 DS261 Submitted
December 27, 2013 DS261 Accepted ( via email )
December 28, 2013 IV Fee Bill Invoiced
December 29, 2013 AoS Package Sent
December 30, 2013 IV Fee Paid & DS260 Submitted
January 11, 2014 IV Package Sent
January 07, 2014 AoS Package Received ( call NVC )
January 15, 2014 IV Package Received ( call NVC )
January 27,2014 Received AoS Checklists ( email )
January 27,2014 Received IV Checklists ( email )
February 25,2014 Sent IV Checklists back
February 28,2014 IV Checklists Package Delivered
March 5,2014 Sent AOS Checklists back
March 10,2014 AOS Checklists Package Delivered
March 19,2014 Case Completed ( call NVC )
March 22,2014 Case Completed ( CC email )


Consulate
February 05,2015 Interview Letter
March 12,2015 Interview

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How do i find it? I see the tab for DS261 but it doesnt allow me to click it. I thought if you had a lawyer do the I130 the DS261 was automatically filled out??

* I am petitioning my husband.

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The summary page starts off:

Please contact the National Visa Center, if you want to change the Agent/Attorney Name or Address Information on your case.

Could this mean they have my lawyers info?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Yemen
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The summary page starts off:

Please contact the National Visa Center, if you want to change the Agent/Attorney Name or Address Information on your case.

Could this mean they have my lawyers info?

https://ceac.state.gov/IV/IVSummary.aspx

After you log in it will be right above the processing AOS

To process your case, you must first pay any required fees. Then, each applicant accompanying the principal applicant to the United States will need to complete the online IV Application (form DS-260). The IV Application may be partially completed and finished later, or may be completed at one time. However, once submitted, please contact the NVC if you need to update the form.

After submitting the DS-260, mail all supporting documentation (as listed on the Documents The Applicant Must Submit web page) for each applicant to the NVC.

Once received, it will take the NVC 60 days to review your case. If any additional information is required after the review, the NVC will notify the applicant (or the applicant’s agent).

CHOICE OF ADDRESS & AGENT (DS-261)
No Agent or Attorney Selected
Affidavit Of Support (AOS) Role Affidavit of Support Fee Affidavit of Support Documents & Financial Evidence
Petitioner/Primary Sponsor IN PROCESS N/A

APPLICANT INFORMATION
Status IV Fee IV

Application Civil

Documents

PRINCIPAL
PRINCIPAL APPLICANT
PAY NOW N/A N/A

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that is odd... i am signing on but mine says this:

it doesnt have the agent portion of it

Summary Information

Please contact the National Visa Center, if you want to change the Agent/Attorney Name or Address Information on your case.

To process your case, you must first pay any required fees. Then, each applicant accompanying the principal applicant to the United States will need to complete the online IV Application (form DS-260). The IV Application may be partially completed and finished later, or may be completed at one time. However, once submitted, please contact the NVC if you need to update the form.

After submitting the DS-260, mail all supporting documentation (as listed on the Documents The Applicant Must Submitweb page) for each applicant to the NVC.

Once received, it will take the NVC 60 days to review your case. If any additional information is required after the review, the NVC will notify the applicant (or the applicant’s agent).

AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT (AOS) Role Affidavit of Support Fee Affidavit of Support Documents & Financial Evidence
Petitioner/Primary Sponsor IN PROCESS N/A
APPLICANT INFORMATION
Status IV Fee IV
Application Civil
Documents

PRINCIPAL
PRINCIPAL APPLICANT
PAY NOW N/A N/A

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