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i apologize if i posted in the wrong discussion, My Wife just realized that on her Immigrant visa the IV Case Number has 2 additional numbers compared to our Case Number Issued which has three letters following 10 digits :/ we already emailed the consulate and she will be calling tomorrow. i did some vigorous searching no luck on anything relevant to our situation,I'm think this is an error on their part SMH. any feedback is much appreciate thanks

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i apologize if i posted in the wrong discussion, My Wife just realized that on her Immigrant visa the IV Case Number has 2 additional numbers compared to our Case Number Issued which has three letters following 10 digits :/ we already emailed the consulate and she will be calling tomorrow. i did some vigorous searching no luck on anything relevant to our situation,I'm think this is an error on their part SMH. any feedback is much appreciate thanks

You mean like LGS2015003311 01. It's nothing to worry about How is your case# looking that would help. It doesn't really matter long as the embassy knows you. You paid on the portal with this case# your AOS and IV correct? You can pull up your case# on the ceac.state.gov site correct? What's the issue than?


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You mean like LGS2015003311 01. It's nothing to worry about How is your case# looking that would help. It doesn't really matter long as the embassy knows you. You paid on the portal with this case# your AOS and IV correct? You can pull up your case# on the ceac.state.gov site correct? What's the issue than?

so on her physical Immigrant visa it looks like this

IV Case Number

ABC123456789011

AS FOR THE CASE NUMBER issued by NVC

ABC1234567890

THERE ARE 2 ADDITIONAL DIGITS. and yes all Fees are paid for via AOS and IV!

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so on her physical Immigrant visa it looks like this

IV Case Number

ABC123456789011

AS FOR THE CASE NUMBER issued by NVC

ABC1234567890

THERE ARE 2 ADDITIONAL DIGITS. and yes all Fees are paid for via AOS and IV!

Are you talking about the Visa in her passport she picked up? Thats normal


Case Complete to Interview spreadsheet

From now on your VJ Member name will be verified. If the name you put on form to be added to spreadsheet comes up not found, you will not be added to the spreadsheet. If you don't have a timeline you will not be added to the spreadsheet.
Please Please put your VJ member name only. Not nicknames or real names whatever your VJ name is. It's below your profile picture!!

:goofy:


Come join the current Interview thread: 

 

Case-Complete-to-Interview-September-2018/

Case Complete to Interview Form
Case Complete to Interview Spreadsheet
NVC Filers Wiki Process

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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we double checked everything all is okay :) just need to pay the USCIS Immigration fee!

That's normal.

Before you go to pay thru ELIS, you may look at the website for tips: http://www.uscis.gov/uscis-elis/immigrant-fee-payment-tips-finding-your-number-and-dos-case-id

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when you pay the ELIS fee do NOT include the last two digits (11)... Only ABC0123456789


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