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Friends,

I just want to share my good news to you all that our case was completed on the 15th of September 2016. It has not been an easy road for us. We even had a nice supervisor from NVC follow up with us from time to time. I had 2 checklists back to back. I requested for supervisor review. After two days he called us back to say they won't accept the document. We went in search of another similar document from a higher authority. We sent it yesterday only for the supervisor to call me today saying that they reviewed the old document again and our case is completed and ready for interview. He told us to expect an interview schedule within the next few weeks.

I checked case status on NVC website and it shows 3 N/A. :idea:

It's been tears and joy since today. I haven't seen my husband in 7 months and now finally he's coming home. I just thought I'd share this with you guys still waiting. Keep hope alive. Your time will come!

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Friends,

I just want to share my good news to you all that our case was completed on the 15th of September 2016. It has not been an easy road for us. We even had a nice supervisor from NVC follow up with us from time to time. I had 2 checklists back to back. I requested for supervisor review. After two days he called us back to say they won't accept the document. We went in search of another similar document from a higher authority. We sent it yesterday only for the supervisor to call me today saying that they reviewed the old document again and our case is completed and ready for interview. He told us to expect an interview schedule within the next few weeks.

I checked case status on NVC website and it shows 3 N/A. :idea:

It's been tears and joy since today. I haven't seen my husband in 7 months and now finally he's coming home. I just thought I'd share this with you guys still waiting. Keep hope alive. Your time will come!

Congratulations!! I'm happy for you! God bless you!

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First time I've heard about a supervisor actually calling someone back! Congratulations!


12/14 Met at work in Rwanda

2/21/15 Became a couple

11/19/15 Married

11/23/15 I left Rwanda 

12/30/15 Mailed I-130

1/06/16 NOA1

5/03/16 NOA2!

5/06/16 NVC received case

5/20/16 Case number assigned

5/23/16 Email from NVC with case number

5/23/16 Choice of Agent filled out, AOS fee invoiced and paid

5/31/16 Called NVC, reviewed I-261 over the phone

6/02/16 IV bill invoiced and paid

7/28/16 Finally! All police clearances and birth certificate received; mailed IV and AOS; filed I-260

8/04/16 Official scan date (tracking shows "delivered" the day before)

8/15/16 Visiting my husband! 10 days

9/01/16 Received checklist in error, claiming our application was on hold because of a waiver application we never filed

9/02/16 Sent for supervisor review, six week timeframe given

9/13/16 Sent for "document review", whatever that is, told the timeframe is now indefinite

9/20/16 Contacted US Representative Adam Smith's office for assistance (WA)

9/26/16 3 N/As and Case Complete!

11/14/16 Interview: approved pending medical! (Vaccines hadn't been available)

11/19/16 Visa received in passport

12/09/16 POE Seattle

03/06/17 Green card received (address changed after POE, no problem)

5/2017 Our baby is due

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First time I've heard about a supervisor actually calling someone back! Congratulations!

Yes he did. He called me 3 different times. He assured me he would keep an eye on my case closely. He first reviewed my checklist and called me to say they won't accept the document. Then he called a week later to tell me that he sent the documents out for further review and it was approved. I was suprised too. I guess God was looking out for us and he used this man to help us.

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Based on what others have confirmed, if you see 3 n/a on ceac.state.gov, it means your case is complete. By default, you should have 2 once you've submitted all documents and paid the fees.

I'm confused what the 3 n/a means on the website you are referring to

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Ah, ok, ours was sent back to uscis reviewed then sent back to Accra Ghana to sit on a counselors shelf for eight months until March rolls along then it's looked at again by officer. We had a 221 G to deal with. We never had to send any more evidence , I heard that's a good sign. Now it's wait ........

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Ah, ok, ours was sent back to uscis reviewed then sent back to Accra Ghana to sit on a counselors shelf for eight months until March rolls along then it's looked at again by officer. We had a 221 G to deal with. We never had to send any more evidence , I heard that's a good sign. Now it's wait ........

What was the deny/admin process for? Eight months is a long time. It's either your case is back to NVC, or the embassy. it shouldn't be sitting on any counselors shelf.

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Marriage fraud, they said our age difference was to much. We have plenty of evidence of relationship. The counselor wanted to know why my family didn't go to the wedding just real nasty to my husband. We talked online two years before we met, phone conversations etc. but the first time came from NVC to Accra was 8 months also

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Marriage fraud, they said our age difference was to much. We have plenty of evidence of relationship. The counselor wanted to know why my family didn't go to the wedding just real nasty to my husband. We talked online two years before we met, phone conversations etc. but the first time came from NVC to Accra was 8 months also

Oh! sorry to hear that. They always want to see some genuine relationship before issuing a visa. You should get a lawyer rather than waste time.

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Congratulations I have added you to the spreadsheet.


Case Complete to Interview spreadsheet

From now on your VJ Member name will be verified. If the name you put on form to be added to spreadsheet comes up not found, you will not be added to the spreadsheet. If you don't have a timeline you will not be added to the spreadsheet.
Please Please put your VJ member name only. Not nicknames or real names whatever your VJ name is. It's below your profile picture!!

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Come join the current Interview thread: 

 

Case-Complete-to-Interview-November-2018/

Case Complete to Interview Form
Case Complete to Interview Spreadsheet
NVC Filers Wiki Process

 

 

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