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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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With the new VB, my BIL PD is now current. His PD Is Feb 12, 2013 and is in Mexico. His case was closed at NVC on April 1, 2014. Would you call NVC now to see if there is anything I need to do. We will have to update AOS, but is that done at NVC or at the interview? It looks list they are scheduling for January. Will they schedule us now or wait until January to schedule?

So excited.


Hubby Step-Mom Apply for minor child
2/25/2013 - Priority Date

NVC
03/19/2014 - Case complete at NVC

01/02/2015 - Interview scheduled (Interview Date: 02/12/2015)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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I suggest you call into NVC, get some guidance,

as

he'll definately need a new Police report , best gotten 2 months prior to the interview date [hard to know 2 months span, though]

and yes, you'll need a new I-864 - but

both of these things can be given over on interview day.

as to scheduling NOW for January - hard to say, really. Should have the I-130 petitioner call in to NVC, ask some questions. If you need to prep that petitioner with the right questions to ask, by all means - DO SO !


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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I did not think you needed police certs for Mexico.

What category is he in?


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