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What do case# prefixes mean and why do only some allow for on-line processing?

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I have been waiting for a year to join my wife in Taiwan, having been told processing of herpaperwork could be accomplished on line once uscis approved her I-130 and processing switched to NVC and American Institue in Taiwan. Does NVC only care about some trees and not others?

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~~moved to progress reports from process and procedures from~~

The forms are done online, but the paperwork must be mailed.

The NVC is very slow about doing the online forms and EP. 2 years ago, only the countries that did EP could do online forms, then they made it so everyone could do it.

Then they said hey, don't send us your originals, just a photocopy (because you had to send the original and photocopy.)

Eventually everyone will get to do email, but not everyone HAS email, so that likely will take longer. If we could get the internet into every country in the world, that would help out I bet. I have no idea how to do that myself however.

Also to answer the question typed in the title.. the case prefixes are the city of interview. For instance mine was MTL for Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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taiwan not participate in Electronic Processing,

but even with that in mind?

there are ways to go fast at NVC (even with the current problems) and we've documented those ways.

on a pc? have 'view signatures' enabled? Click the link in my signature area, it's The Bible for NVC Processing.

Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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