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I'm sure this has been asked a million times but I'm a little lost and reading all these posts is making my head explode! I would just like to clarify a few things:

1. Do I send my AOS and "supporting documents" together? I got the impression that after I have chosen an agent, and paid my AOS bill, the IV bill would appear (eventually) and I would pay that and then send in my documents... however on the forums I have seen many people send the AOS documents first and everything else later so now I'm a little confused.

2. The IV bill will appear around 60 days after I chose an agent, correct? I'm not sitting here waiting for something to happen when I'm missing a step? (please tell me no, haha)

Thanks for all the help! I'm sure I'll have more questions soon enough!

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I'm sure this has been asked a million times but I'm a little lost and reading all these posts is making my head explode! I would just like to clarify a few things:

1. Do I send my AOS and "supporting documents" together? I got the impression that after I have chosen an agent, and paid my AOS bill, the IV bill would appear (eventually) and I would pay that and then send in my documents... however on the forums I have seen many people send the AOS documents first and everything else later so now I'm a little confused.

2. The IV bill will appear around 60 days after I chose an agent, correct? I'm not sitting here waiting for something to happen when I'm missing a step? (please tell me no, haha)

Thanks for all the help! I'm sure I'll have more questions soon enough!

Hi

What I did:

Chose agent

Paid AOS

Sent in AOS and IV Docs

Paid IV fee (invoiced just under 30 days from choosing agent)

Completed DS261

Currently being reviewed at NVC (day 20 of the 60 days from scan date)

Others have done the same and have gotten case complete.

It's only my opinion but if you have all the AOS and IV supporting docs then I would NOT wait to pay IV before sending all docs because 60 day clock starts when they receive (scan them in their system) AOS and IV supporting documents!

Hope that helps.

Edited by Oyehope

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I also sent everything together in one package and found that it helped moved things along faster. When I called NVC the agent also advised me to send everything in one package since I had everything ready. It's helpful to call them at least once or twice a week despite the 30 minute wait for someone to come to the line because they give you an update with specific dates on when you can expect the next thing to happen.

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