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Today, rather than receive the CC that was consistent with our scan date, we received ANOTHER scan date... for the same document we emailed back in December. No idea why this happened (email spam? accidentally hitting "send" more than once?)... either way, it has got me worried that NVC is going to give us yet another scan date, or even worse - hit us with a third checklist.

I was hoping that you might have some ideas about the stuff third checklists are made of? (An "unsuitable response" from a previous checklist? Or, something completely different?) And, is it true that the consulate would take over from there, or would the NVC still require its "60 days"?

Many thanks in advance.

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Ohmygosh. Call NVC for sure. With all the hiccups going on with this process lately, I would hope (and pray) that someone made a mistake and scanned something that was scanned previously. I would call them and tell they you haven't sent anything since you received your last scan date. Good luck. I hope that is all it is, and that they give you your CC! :)


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01/18/2017   Sent in I-751

01/26/2017   Check cashed

01/28/2017   Received NOA dated 01/20/2017

02/16/2017   Biometrics done

10/24/2017   Traveled to Minneapolis for I551 stamp

02/26/2018     Case received by Field Office - S. Paul

05/012018     Case transferred to another USCIS office for processing 

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Today, rather than receive the CC that was consistent with our scan date, we received ANOTHER scan date... for the same document we emailed back in December. No idea why this happened (email spam? accidentally hitting "send" more than once?)... either way, it has got me worried that NVC is going to give us yet another scan date, or even worse - hit us with a third checklist.

I was hoping that you might have some ideas about the stuff third checklists are made of? (An "unsuitable response" from a previous checklist? Or, something completely different?) And, is it true that the consulate would take over from there, or would the NVC still require its "60 days"?

Many thanks in advance.

I am sorry but you have not provided the detail. Regarding what you received recent checklist. If you are 100% sure about providing stuff to NVC which they asked you in last checklist , then go ahead and call NVC now and then asked to speak to supervisor. In my case it happened, after 1st checklist they gave me 2nd checklist, in my case I have provided them PCC and they were unable to recognize, so I called NVC and spoke to a supervisor and explained a scenario. Good luck

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Thanks very much!

I appreciate you responses and support.

What a process! Not for the faint of heart.

I am sorry but you have not provided the detail. Regarding what you received recent checklist. If you are 100% sure about providing stuff to NVC which they asked you in last checklist , then go ahead and call NVC now and then asked to speak to supervisor. In my case it happened, after 1st checklist they gave me 2nd checklist, in my case I have provided them PCC and they were unable to recognize, so I called NVC and spoke to a supervisor and explained a scenario. Good luck

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Thanks very much!

I appreciate you responses and support.

What a process! Not for the faint of heart.

I can definitely emphasize you with you. I am on some sore of the same situation. I have gotten FOUR checklists since August, and now, every time I check my email, I get a stomach ache just thinking about a CHECKLIST NUMBER 5! THE SADDEST PART ABOUT ALL THIS IS THAT THE PEOPLE AT NVC ARE SOOOOO MEAN.... THERE IS REALLY NO A SINGLE PERSON THAT CAN HELP YOU GET OUT OF THAT ROLLER-COASTER. I wish you luck, and let's hope that your case will be completed soon :-)

Emphasize*

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i'd call and ask to speak with a supervisor....be patient and kind with your request. 3 is a bit much. I understand from last month's rant thread that mari was a great person to speak with, very helpful and efficient. but, no one said specifically that she was a supervisor.

good luck!




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30 Jan 2014 - Sent I-130
03 Feb 2014- NOA1

10 months of bologna, we cannot believe this, nor will you if you knew
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30-Dec 2014 case received
10-Feb 2015 case and iin # assigned
10-Feb 2015 completed ds 261
11-Feb 2015 paid AOS fee
11-Feb 2015 welcome letter rec'd
15-Feb 2015 emailed AOS & IV package info
19-Feb 2015 paid IV fee
23-Feb 2015 submitted ds260
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