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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hello everyone. I need help please. The interview is on dec 11 and we scheduled the medical at Medicos de Visas for monday dec 8. I just got a call from the clinic and they said we MUST have the original letter stating that the interview date. The problem is that we never received the letter in the mail. I only received an email copy of the letter. The clinic said we cannot use the email printed copy and to go to the consulate to get an original letter. Can someone please tell me if they experienced the same thing? Now we are thinking we might loose the medical appt. :-( .

Please let me know.


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05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hello everyone. I need help please. The interview is on dec 11 and we scheduled the medical at Medicos de Visas for monday dec 8. I just got a call from the clinic and they said we MUST have the original letter stating that the interview date. The problem is that we never received the letter in the mail. I only received an email copy of the letter. The clinic said we cannot use the email printed copy and to go to the consulate to get an original letter. Can someone please tell me if they experienced the same thing? Now we are thinking we might loose the medical appt. :-( .

Please let me know.

that is so typical of Mexico. Always asking for originals of everything. lo siento compadre.


K1 Visa Event Date Service Center : Texas Service Center Transferred? No Consulate : Juarez, Mexico

I-129F: Sent 9/5/2014

I-129F: Arrived at Lewisville 9/8/2014

I-129F: NOA1 Text message/mail 9/11/2014

I-129F: Alien Registration Number Changed 9/16/2014

I-129F: Request to correct on document or notice assigned to an officer for response 10/25/2014

I-129F: Name Change request made 10/31/2014

I-129F: Crickets as of today

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that is so typical of Mexico. Always asking for originals of everything. lo siento compadre.

Hello,

Did you also go through the same thing? I am seriously stressing out. I scheduled everything so we would not stress that much in Ciudad Juarez, with the medical exam on Monday, the biometrics on Tuesday, and the interview on Thursday. Now the clinic is asking me for the original interview letter. I told them I only received the email copy, but they were very firm and a little rude, that I need the original letter and without it my husband cannot take the medical exam :cry: .

We are planning to go the consulate and ask them to print us a copy on Monday. But I am afraid we will not be able to get to the medical appointment on time. I am not sure how long will this take or if this is only something that this clinic, Medicos de Visas is asking or if all the other clinics are the same. I would really appreciate some help from anyone.

thank you,


12/19/2012: Got Married heart.gif

05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Simply print that letter off, I did the same thing, wasn't a problem at all!!!

hi Fabiola252, we did print the letter, but the woman at the clinic said she will not let us do the medical exam if we do not have the original from the consulate. I am just wondering if the one the consulate prints at the information window will be the same as the one I print. I mean will they print it on their letterhead paper and will it have the logo or something?

Thank you for replying.


12/19/2012: Got Married heart.gif

05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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hey guys!!

Ill like to know how do ifigure it out which vaccinations am i gonna need. I mean it is hard to understand between the pediatrics and the ones for adults, can someone please help me!! thank u in advance guys


NOA1 I130 - March 20 2014 TSC
NOA2 I130 - August 20 TSC
Sent to NVC August 27 from TSC
Received - September 15
Case Number and IIN - September 17
AOS/IV FEE -Sept 17
PAID - Sept 17
Ds260 Complete- Sept 25
Package sent Sept 30
Scan Date Oct 2
Case Complete - November 25 :dancing:

Interview: January 28 APPROOOVEDDDD!!

Visa Issued: January 28

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hello everyone. I need help please. The interview is on dec 11 and we scheduled the medical at Medicos de Visas for monday dec 8. I just got a call from the clinic and they said we MUST have the original letter stating that the interview date. The problem is that we never received the letter in the mail. I only received an email copy of the letter. The clinic said we cannot use the email printed copy and to go to the consulate to get an original letter. Can someone please tell me if they experienced the same thing? Now we are thinking we might loose the medical appt. :-( .

Please let me know.

none of you received a letter in the mail? Neither in Mexico or the US?


K1 Visa Event Date Service Center : Texas Service Center Transferred? No Consulate : Juarez, Mexico

I-129F: Sent 9/5/2014

I-129F: Arrived at Lewisville 9/8/2014

I-129F: NOA1 Text message/mail 9/11/2014

I-129F: Alien Registration Number Changed 9/16/2014

I-129F: Request to correct on document or notice assigned to an officer for response 10/25/2014

I-129F: Name Change request made 10/31/2014

I-129F: Crickets as of today

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Hello, that is correct none of us, in mexico and US received the letter. Is this normal?


12/19/2012: Got Married heart.gif

05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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Hello alepenaflor, we just match what my husband has on his medical record and what was on the list of the vaccinations required. He has all of them except flu shot. So i think this will be the only one they will give him, hopefully. But we r not sure if this will be ok for them.


12/19/2012: Got Married heart.gif

05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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Hello everyone. I need help please. The interview is on dec 11 and we scheduled the medical at Medicos de Visas for monday dec 8. I just got a call from the clinic and they said we MUST have the original letter stating that the interview date. The problem is that we never received the letter in the mail. I only received an email copy of the letter. The clinic said we cannot use the email printed copy and to go to the consulate to get an original letter. Can someone please tell me if they experienced the same thing? Now we are thinking we might loose the medical appt. :-( .

Please let me know.

Honestly i think you will be fine if you just print out the actual attachment with the appointment letter you receive from NVC. My husband was there a few months back and took the letter we received via email and it was fine. i think they say the actual original letter because some people dont print the attachment just bring screen shots of a letter or just the email from nvc without the attachment so thats why they say to bring the actual letter. we did electronic process with NVC so we received everything via email. just print out the letter and take it though and it should be fine. my husband said although it is a stressful process because you want to make sure you have everything ready before getting there, everyone there is really helpful the whole time from the hotels, to the medical to fingerprint appt, they answer any questions and give you estimates of when to be at which place, etc. good luck!





 


 

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Hello Everyone,

I just want to update this post. My husband had his medical exam on 12/8/14. We actually went to the consulate at 7:30 am and they were able to print the letter for us. This only took about 5 min, waiting in line and them printing it. For the medical exam we went to Medicos de Visas. They asked for the letter, my husband's passport, his vaccination record, and a paper with his address and my address. So incase anyone is wondering, yes you do need the letter. But you can print the actual letter that you receive in your email and take it. My husband got 4 vaccines. One of them was the influenza vaccine because of the season. He had all his vaccines but they still made him get the 4 vaccines.


12/19/2012: Got Married heart.gif

05/15/2013: Sent I-130 to the Phoenix Lockbox

05/17/2013: Priority Date, case transferred to National Benefits Center (NBC)

05/22/2013: Received Official Receipt Form (Form I-797C), Check for $420 cleared bank account

12/12/2013: Petition transferred to Nebraska Service Center for further processing

02/14/2014: I-130 Petition was approved

02/25/2014: NVC received case

04/02/2014: NVC assigned case number

04/02/2014: Completed DS-261 online

04/02/2014: Paid NVC AOS Processing Fee Bill Invoice

05/20/2014: NVC received AOS Package

06/12/2014: Paid NVC IV Processing Fee Bill Invoice

07/18/2014: AOS Package approved

08/12/2014: Sent IV Package

08/15/2014: Received letter from NVC confirming IV Package was received and to wait 60 days

10/17/2014: NVC Case Completed

11/03/2014: Interview date scheduled

12/08/2014: Medical Exam

12/11/2014: Interview at Ciudad Juarez

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