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A little over a week ago I received my letter from the NVC stating they were forwarding it to the US Embassy in London. Yay! It was dated May 14.

I just checked my mail tonight to see 5 copies of the exact same letter. Two were dated from May 15, one from May 18, one from May 19, and one from May 20.....They're all the exact same. Has this happened to anyone else before? Should I call them in the morning to see what the f is going on?

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I think from memory we got a total of three, all dated a few days apart. We found out we were in AP the entire time. I would call them and ask, if it were me.

I can explain it to you. But I can't understand it for you.

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Does it really matter how many letters? The important thing is they confirmed your case was sent to London. Hope you've been preparing....police certificate...shots....so you can book your medical ASAP.

I wouldn't waste time calling.

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Is this your NOA2 we are talking about here?

Nope, the letter you receive after the NOA2. It's from the NVC that they are forwarding it to the US Embassy in London.

Funnily enough, my fiance JUST received the letter from the US Embassy in London that he can go ahead and schedule his medical and prepare for the interview. So I'm guessing everything's fine. Thanks everyone!

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