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we applied for I-130 28- jul 2014 and now we did choose an agent and paid AOS Fees more than 4 weeks ago

IV fees didnot show up till now and NVC sent us an E-mail asking for supporting documents

- we did not pay IV fees till now

- we didnot fill DS-260 till now

- we did not issue affidavit and financial documents till now

we are a little bit confused about the next step but in their letter they sent us a link with the next step asking for supporting documents directly to step #5 ... can any one please tell me what should i do ??

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Since you paid the AOS fee, you can send your IV packet and AOS packet. I assume the letter you received has specific instructions. At the same time, you can pay the IV fee when it becomes available and fill out the DS-260 when the IV fee shows "paid". It's good to get your documents sent, and after that you can keep plugging away with the online fees and forms.

  • December 8th, 2014: USCIS received and accepted the I-130 petition

  • January 7th, 2015: USCIS approved the I-130 petition

January 20th, 2015: NVC received our case

February 19th, 2015: Case number assigned

February 26th, 2015: DS-261 completed

February 26th, 2015: 2015: AOS fee paid

April 6th, 2015: Packet sent, case received

April 22nd, 2015: IV fee paid

April 24th, 2015: DS-260 submitted

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we didnot receive a letter it was an e-mail replying an old message

"" Thank you for submitting your online Immigrant Visa Application. The next step is for you to mail us copies of supporting documents. You can learn about what you need to send us by visiting http://nvc.state.gov/documents. ""

and they mentioned the address that we should send the documents too ; when i entered the site and checked the steps i did not know where to start

affidavit support or the documents

now we need to proceed but i am afraid of delay because of wrong steps

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