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NVC Status (Can anyone translate?) DR K1

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I've been checking our CEAC status repeatedly. The results:

11/26 - "In transit"
11/28 - "Ready"

12/4 - "Ready" (date changed)
12/5 - Got NVC paper copy with SDO # on it.

12/6 - "AT NVC"

So confused.. I thought "in transit" mean that NVC had already sent it! I've had our SDOxxxxxxxxxx # since 11/26. What do these statuses mean? If I need to call someone, who do I call to find out?

So thankful for visajourney!

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yo pensaba q cuando desia ready es q ya el consulado recivo los documento.. pero tambien escuche q cuando cambiaba de fecha despues q desia ready era q tenia una cita. pero nose bn ami tambien me gustaria saver el mio dise ready desde nov 24 y nunka a cambiado llamo pero me dise q tengo q llamar para atras en 120 dias :(

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As you say in transit mean that is sent to DR, but they are doing change in the process, maybe now it is a litte difereny.

All i know is that in january all kind visa start the new procesd, now the new process is only with student, tourist and work visa, but in january all visas start the new process, so maybe it is for that.

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I've been checking our CEAC status repeatedly. The results:

11/26 - "In transit"

11/28 - "Ready"

12/4 - "Ready" (date changed)

12/5 - Got NVC paper copy with SDO # on it.

12/6 - "AT NVC"

So confused.. I thought "in transit" mean that NVC had already sent it! I've had our SDOxxxxxxxxxx # since 11/26. What do these statuses mean? If I need to call someone, who do I call to find out?

So thankful for visajourney!

AHHHHH now it says (as of 12/7) that it is "Ready" again.

According to this, that means that on a Saturday and a Sunday the file was updated..when I KNOW there aren't CEAC or SDO people working on a weekend.

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Hopefully this is somehow good news.

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