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Embassy in Tegucigalpa Honduras: How will they contact my wife

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I sent our I-864EZ packet to the NVC quite a while ago and they replied asking for a "copia de folio" for both our marriage certificate and my wife's birth certificate. We finally have those documents and we're ready to send them to the NVC. One question, how does the embassy contact my wife in Honduras for her interview? I'm including a sheet with her current phone number (it's changed since I submitted the I-864EZ) and email address. They don't really have physical addresses in Honduras, just landmarks, and she was having trouble describing how to find her family's house, so decided not to include a physical address. I remember something about a Cargo Expresso service, but neither my wife or I were able to find any information tonight. Does anyone know?

 

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On 11/5/2017 at 12:31 AM, motoperpetuo said:

I sent our I-864EZ packet to the NVC quite a while ago and they replied asking for a "copia de folio" for both our marriage certificate and my wife's birth certificate. We finally have those documents and we're ready to send them to the NVC. One question, how does the embassy contact my wife in Honduras for her interview? I'm including a sheet with her current phone number (it's changed since I submitted the I-864EZ) and email address. They don't really have physical addresses in Honduras, just landmarks, and she was having trouble describing how to find her family's house, so decided not to include a physical address. I remember something about a Cargo Expresso service, but neither my wife or I were able to find any information tonight. Does anyone know?

 

Thanks again for all the awesome and very generous help I've gotten on this forum.

Did you figured the process, just in case let me share with you that everything is done via NVC , they will send you an email when your interview will be scheduled or you can call them once per week to check, have you gotten an interview date yet? I am still waiting for case number.

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On 4/20/2018 at 2:45 PM, Chalanero21 said:

Did you figured the process, just in case let me share with you that everything is done via NVC , they will send you an email when your interview will be scheduled or you can call them once per week to check, have you gotten an interview date yet? I am still waiting for case number.

The immigration specialist where I work actually told me that the embassy would contact my wife by email, not the NVC. I emailed the NVC a few weeks ago to keep our case open and got this response:

     "The NVC completed its processing of <redacted>'s visa petition.

     The petition is waiting for an appointment to be scheduled at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS. When an    interview appointment is scheduled, the petitioner, principal applicant, designated agent, and attorney of record (if applicable) will be notified."

I had understood that to mean that the embassy would contact us, but I suppose it's unclear. We haven't heard from whoever is supposed to contact us yet. I sent in our paperwork during November of 2017 and the NVC sent notice that they'd accepted it in December 2017. Seems like I've heard that it can take five months, so maybe that's normal.

Good luck on your case!

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47 minutes ago, motoperpetuo said:

The immigration specialist where I work actually told me that the embassy would contact my wife by email, not the NVC. I emailed the NVC a few weeks ago to keep our case open and got this response:

     "The NVC completed its processing of <redacted>'s visa petition.

     The petition is waiting for an appointment to be scheduled at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS. When an    interview appointment is scheduled, the petitioner, principal applicant, designated agent, and attorney of record (if applicable) will be notified."

I had understood that to mean that the embassy would contact us, but I suppose it's unclear. We haven't heard from whoever is supposed to contact us yet. I sent in our paperwork during November of 2017 and the NVC sent notice that they'd accepted it in December 2017. Seems like I've heard that it can take five months, so maybe that's normal.

Good luck on your case!

Wau It is taking really long, but you might want to check your email or call NVC I think that NVC is scheduling interviews for cases completed in January, or it could be by priority date, I would double check just in case if you haven't recently. I finally got my case number this week and submitted fee payment.

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10 hours ago, Chalanero21 said:

If you are asking ? yes NVC schedules according to embassy availability 

Uh no I'm informing the OP.   Lol. 


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