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Help Understanding Process AFTER NOA2 for K1

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Italy

Now that I am beyond excited over getting my NOA2 notice for my I-129F, I realize I am confused on the next steps...

From what I understand it is:

Sent from TSC to NVC

NVC assigns #?

NVC sends me a bill?

Once bill is paid it gets sent to consulate...

Is this right? Can someone help fill me in?

Also, I don't have to send anything to NVC except payment since it was approved through USCIS, correct?

Thanks! Don't want to end up stalled with a RFE or the likes again...

K1 PROCESS 2014-2015 - Done!

NOA1- June 24th
RFE- October 15th
They received RFE back- October 24th
NOA2- November 21st
Text that file sent to "Dept. of State" NVC- November 26th
NVC received Thursday, December 4th
Got Case # over phone on Monday, December 8th
"In Transit" status Wednesday, December 10th
"Ready" status Friday, December 12th
Arrived at Embassy Monday, December 15th
Package 3 emailed and returned Wednesday, December 17th
Interview date sent Thursday, December 18th for New Year's Eve!

Rescheduled for January 14 & 15th

Placed in Administrative Processing

Evidence Submitted & Opened March 4th

Finally back in NY in August 2015

AOS Process 2015-2016, Completed!

Form Mailed September 23rd, received the 25th

Text from USCIS with receipt numbers September 28th

NOA 1 for AOS, AP & Work Doc received October 2nd

Biometrics Appointment received October 9 for October 21st

AP & EAD approved December 14th, received in mail December 28th

"Card is being produced" text April 16th

Removal of Conditions 2018-? - I hope this goes fast!

Mail March 8th

Received March 12, NOA dated March 13

Biometrics Appointment May 11th

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You are confusing the IR-1/CR-1 process with the K-1 process. For K-1s it is much simpler - NVC simply assigns your case number and sends your package to your consulate. You will only need to deal with your consulate, not NVC. You don't have to pay NVC anything.

Different consulates have different procedures for K-1 visas. You should check the information on your consulate's website for the K-1 process.

Edited by Lainie B

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