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Warning this is mainly a rant!

Just feeling frustrated. How can it take so long to process documents at the NVC. The AOS checklist ws received by NVC in Dec and the IV packet was recevied by the NVC in Jan. I called again to check on hte status of the case, but the rep said the packets hadn't been processed yet and he will send it to his supervisor to see why. He then proceeded to tell me that it may take 42 days for his supervisor to process the unprocessed documents!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


That makes no sense. I'm just feeling more and more frustrated by the process. This is my stepdaughter I (a USC) am petitioning for.

Thanks for listening and any advice on how I may be able to speed up the process would help.

Husband's DFC for IR-1 visa and removing conditions

11 Sep. 09- Married in Kedougou, Senegal
06 Oct. 09- I-130 Petition submitted in Dakar
21 Oct. 09- Packet 3 received in Dakar
03 Nov. 09- Visa interview: approved!

05 Nov. 09- Visa in hand!!!
23 Jan. 10- Ousmane arrives in the US through JFK
22 Nov. 11- I-751 sent to Vermont Service Center
28 Nov. 11- I-751 NOA
31 Jan. 12- I-797 NOA
10 Feb. 12- Bio-metrics Appointment in Durham, NC
July 2012 ----moved to Seattle, Washington------
10 Jan. 13- I-751 Interview at Seattle field office
11 Feb 13- Green Card received in mail!!!!

Stepdaughter's IR-2 visa

07 Sep. 13- I-130 Petition submitted by USPS

11 Sep. 13- NOA

07 Mar. 14- Visa approved. Sent to NVC

19 Mar. 14- NVC received case

02 May 14- NVC case number/ IIDN received

02 May 14- AOS processing fee paid

02 May 14- DS-261 submitted

01 Aug 14- AOS packet received by NVC

30 Dec 14- AOS checklist received by NVC

09 Jan 15- DS-260 completed

29 Jan 15- IV packet received by NVC

04 June 15- formal notification of Embassy interview and NVC pre-processing completion

09 July 15- Embassy interview in Dakar, paternity test requested

19 Aug 15- Paternity test in Dakar

01 Oct 15- Visa in hand!!!

22 Oct 15- Arrived in US with Dad. POE: Seattle

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