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Sorry in advance this is long, but could really use some direction here.... :crying:

We received notice 7/7 that all documents to process our case had been received, and to hold tight for our interview date.

7/9, we received notice that one document (IRS tax transcript) was missing. I'm American, my husband is Canadian and I'm petitioning to bring him over.

Below I've included 2 excerpts from the 7/9 notice we received that seem contradictory and confusing. I've bolded what is confusing. If anyone has actual experience with this, please let us know how to proceed - I'm not sure if my husband just needs to bring the IRS transcript to his interview, OR if our case is on hold until we mail them the IRS transcript.

I'm terrified of screwing this up and waiting around for an interview date that never comes because our case is on hold.

On page 3 of the letter, they state the following my husband. We think this is some generic text that they send to everyone with missing documents but we're not sure:

"We reviewed your I-864, I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A Affidavit of Support form and supporting financial documents. We found that you didn't provide all the necessary supporting documents or you had incomplete information or you missed some questions on the Affidavit of Support form(s).

On the attached Affidavit of Support checklist, we have put an "X" by each item you need to correct. You must send additional financial supporting documents or complete and submit a new form with the corrections noted on the attached checklist, or both. You will need to go to the Department of State's website at http://nvc.state.gov/aosand follow the instructions for the Affidavit of Support form(s). From there, you can fill out a new form online, then print and send it to the NVC. Please read all instructions and send the necessary forms and supporting documents to the NVC. We require an Affidavit of Support form for each case regardless of your income level.

Your case is on hold until you send us the items we need. When you return the documents to the NVC, please make sure that the documents are in the correct order and stapled together, as stated in the I-864 Important Notice instructions."

On page 4 of the letter, they state the following to me. This is what we think we're supposed to do but we want to clarify:

"The National Visa Center (NVC) recently reviewed your I-864 Affidavit of Support form. The Affidavit of Support form had one or more sections with missing or incorrect information or was missing required supporting documents, or both.

Please review the instructions below to complete a new Affidavit of Support form or to obtain the missing supporting documents. Send the corrected Affidavit of Support form or original documents that are missing to the principal applicant so he or she can take them to the immigrant visa interview. You should also send photocopies of the Affidavit of Support form to the principal applicant for each traveling family member to take to the visa interview. Failure to take the original documents and copies for each traveling family member to the visa interview can cause processing delays. The Consular Officer will review the corrected form and documents at the time of the interview.

You do not need to contact the NVC at this time. Also, do not send an updated I-864 Affidavit of Support form or documents to the NVC. After we schedule the immigrant visa interview, we will send you an appointment letter."

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Generally on last page they have section something with " [x] " do you have that?

if you like call them and they will exactly tell you what paper do they need.

Read this very carefully section regarding I864 and it will save you time and money and will have peace of mind

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

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We've usually seen this when you have submitted the 2013 as the current year for NVC processing - they want the updated 2014 I-864 brought to the interview with you.....


Met in the SCA - DRACO INVICTUS!

08-14-2014 Married in Ann Arbor, MI

 

USCIS.... DONE  in 150 day from NOA1 to NOA2 (TSC)

NVC... DONE  in 116 days from NOA2 to final CC

Final Steps... DONE in 350 days from NOA1 to POE
08-11-2015 POE in Detroit, MI 

 

Removal of Conditions

07-11-2017 NOA1 date (rec'd on 14th)

08-03-2017 Daughter and I completed biometrics

May 2018 - I had to redo my biometrics (reason unknown)

WAC17283XXXXX....and we wait

07-13-2018 I-551 extension stamp (12 mths) obtained at USCIS office in Detroit

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Generally on last page they have section something with " [x] " do you have that?

if you like call them and they will exactly tell you what paper do they need.

Read this very carefully section regarding I864 and it will save you time and money and will have peace of mind

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Generally on last page they have section something with " [x] " do you have that?

if you like call them and they will exactly tell you what paper do they need.

Read this very carefully section regarding I864 and it will save you time and money and will have peace of mind

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Yes, I have that, it says my IRS transcript is missing. I understand what document they want, I just don't know if they want it mailed to them or if we just need to bring it to the interview.

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Best bet is to call NVC to be sure...... my best guess is they will tell you to bring it all to the interview, but better to sit through that horrible hold time and be sure!!

Best wishes!!


Met in the SCA - DRACO INVICTUS!

08-14-2014 Married in Ann Arbor, MI

 

USCIS.... DONE  in 150 day from NOA1 to NOA2 (TSC)

NVC... DONE  in 116 days from NOA2 to final CC

Final Steps... DONE in 350 days from NOA1 to POE
08-11-2015 POE in Detroit, MI 

 

Removal of Conditions

07-11-2017 NOA1 date (rec'd on 14th)

08-03-2017 Daughter and I completed biometrics

May 2018 - I had to redo my biometrics (reason unknown)

WAC17283XXXXX....and we wait

07-13-2018 I-551 extension stamp (12 mths) obtained at USCIS office in Detroit

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Wonderful :)


Met in the SCA - DRACO INVICTUS!

08-14-2014 Married in Ann Arbor, MI

 

USCIS.... DONE  in 150 day from NOA1 to NOA2 (TSC)

NVC... DONE  in 116 days from NOA2 to final CC

Final Steps... DONE in 350 days from NOA1 to POE
08-11-2015 POE in Detroit, MI 

 

Removal of Conditions

07-11-2017 NOA1 date (rec'd on 14th)

08-03-2017 Daughter and I completed biometrics

May 2018 - I had to redo my biometrics (reason unknown)

WAC17283XXXXX....and we wait

07-13-2018 I-551 extension stamp (12 mths) obtained at USCIS office in Detroit

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