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Hey Everyone,

 

Hope all my fellow Visa Journey members are doing well. I'm in a little bit of a bind. My I129F was approved April 24, 2017. It was received by NVC May 15. When I called to get info about the case including the case # so that I could schedule the interview I was told that they couldn't give me any information because I did not have the right beneficiary's DOB. I checked all documentation that I sent to USCIS and all documents have the correct DOB but NVC still says that it's incorrect. I was told to email askNVC@state.gov with proof of DOB, but that processing "would take several weeks." Does anyone have any experience with this or any suggestions? Any help would be appreciated.

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19 hours ago, Willis7 said:

Hey Everyone,

 

Hope all my fellow Visa Journey members are doing well. I'm in a little bit of a bind. My I129F was approved April 24, 2017. It was received by NVC May 15. When I called to get info about the case including the case # so that I could schedule the interview I was told that they couldn't give me any information because I did not have the right beneficiary's DOB. I checked all documentation that I sent to USCIS and all documents have the correct DOB but NVC still says that it's incorrect. I was told to email askNVC@state.gov with proof of DOB, but that processing "would take several weeks." Does anyone have any experience with this or any suggestions? Any help would be appreciated.

I'm new to the process but I don't see how they know one way or another if the DOB is correct. What document did you submit of your beneficiary that has the DOB listed besides the I-129F form itself?

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47 minutes ago, Dee elle said:

Call nvc again and request to speak to a Tier 2 Immigration Officer and see if they are able to assist. ... 

Thanks for the suggestion. I just tried that and she was of no help. Said she can't help me. It's very frustrating. 

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