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Jordan embassy- change in civil document required during the process

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Hello everyone,

Please I need your input on best action to take... Here is a quick summary of my case status below:

NVC received case: July 2 2014

Pay all fees: July 28, 2014

Send AOS and civil documents : August 14, 2014

First checklist on October 6th, 2014 : asked for two additional documents for the applicant civil documents and sent them back on the same day.

December:

Second checklist (I was told about today on the phone) : they need one additional document, certificate of non-convection, that was never mentioned in the first checklist.

I noticed that on the USA embassy in Jordan website that effective November 1st they r no longer requiring the police certificate (which I already sent with the original documents) and it should be replaced with a non-convection certificate.

As you see they change the required documents through the process.

Obviously, common sence suggest that the new rules should only apply for cases issued after the effective date.. Anyone faced this situation before? And do you think talking to a supervisor might help in conversing them that the rules changed after I already submitted my documents or at least allow me to bring the extra document to the interview.

Anyone had luck with this kinda or similar request before? Just trying to see what people think based on thier experience.

Thanks!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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I'm so sorry to hear about this.

Since my case was completed before Nov 1st. they did not second checklist my application.
However, I got my non convection certificate ready for the interview here in Amman.


06-02-13: Marriage

USCIS

08-05-2013: 130 Sent

08-08-2013: NOA1

04-23-2014: I-130 Approved

NVC

04-28-2014: NVC Received

05-21-2014: case # and IIN are initiated

05-30-2014: case # and IIN to be released into the system & DS-261 is submitted

06-02-2014: AOS fees Paid

06-04-2014: AOS package was sent via mail

07-07-2014: AOS package was re-sent electronically via e-mail

08-02-2014: IV fees Paid

08-07-2014: IV Application is completed

08-07-2014: IV package was re-sent electronically via email

08-27-2014: AOS CHECKLIST

08-27-2014: Respond to Checklist
08-29-2014: Checklist response is received

10-22-2014: Case is complete
10-29-2014: Completion letter is received via e-mail

11-03-2014: Interview is scheduled
11-03-2014: Interview letter P4 received via e-mail
12-13-2014: Medical Examination

12-21-2014: Interview date - Approved

12-21-2013: Visa Status: Administrative processing

12-23-2013: Visa Status: Issued :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Im so sorry to hear this. I saw your post on the NVC December thread too.

I remember reading one case with similar situation (not from Jordan) in the nvc october or november thread. he kept requesting to talk to a supervisor and was able to convince them to complete his case and provide the remaining document at the interview. keep calling and request a supervisor. All the best to you!

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I'm so sorry to hear about this.

Since my case was completed before Nov 1st. they did not second checklist my application.

However, I got my non convection certificate ready for the interview here in Amman.

Thanks for your reply. Good luck with your case.

Im so sorry to hear this. I saw your post on the NVC December thread too.

I remember reading one case with similar situation (not from Jordan) in the nvc october or november thread. he kept requesting to talk to a supervisor and was able to convince them to complete his case and provide the remaining document at the interview. keep calling and request a supervisor. All the best to you!

Thanks for your feedback. Best!

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I actually had a question about this whole process. Did you guys send the required paperwork as attachments to their e-mail? And did it take 60 days for them to read it like it says on their website? I'm not quite sure how this whole e-mailing in paperwork works. I sent everything a month ago and I called because I haven't heard anything back but they said to just wait another month. What happened with you guys?

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I actually had a question about this whole process. Did you guys send the required paperwork as attachments to their e-mail? And did it take 60 days for them to read it like it says on their website? I'm not quite sure how this whole e-mailing in paperwork works. I sent everything a month ago and I called because I haven't heard anything back but they said to just wait another month. What happened with you guys?

Yes Amman is strictly electronic and so all documents are scanned in pdf format and emailed to nvcelectronic@state.gov .. I think it takes around 50-60 days from your scan date.

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