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a long time but others will answer

and don't give up your job till you have visa in hand, then give them your 2 month notice

you have 6 months after the medical exam to travel so you don't need to come immeditely / if all this is important to your career

and truth is they may say 2 months but what would you care about that, just leave and come / you will have a new life here

but don't quit until that visa is in hand

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Hi

How long does it take for the Ghanaian embassy to schedule your interview? Im wondering because I need to give my job at least a two month notice because of the way our work schedule is made?

For the CR-1 expect a 4 month wait once you have case complete at NVC. It's a long wait for Ghana. Also you will not be allowed in the Embassy for the interview but you can wait across the street. They do no allow spouses to enter the embassy anymore on the interview day.

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Marriage: June 15, 2015

File I-130: June 29, 2015

USCIS PD: June 30, 2015

NOA 1: July 2, 2015 (Nebraska)

NOA 2: December 10, 2015 (161 days)

NOA 2- Hard copy: December 16, 2015

Case Sent to NVC: December 17, 2015

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NVC:

Case received: December 21, 2015

Case and IIN#: January 5, 2016

Choice of Agent -DS-261: January 6, 2016

AOS Fee Invoiced: January 6, 2016

AOS Fee Paid: January 6, 2016

IV Fee Invoiced: January 7, 2016

IV Fee Paid: January 19, 2016

DS-260 Completed: January 19, 2016

Sent AOS & IV Packets: January 28, 2016

Scan Date: January 29, 2016

Case Complete: March 2, 2016

Interview Scheduled & Letter Received: May 25, 2016

Interview Date: July 18, 2016

Visa In Hand:

POE:

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