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Medical Exam and CEAC

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My wife has her biometrics appointment scheduled for Oct 24 in Santo Domingo. The embassy interview is Nov. 29. 


CEAC is still saying "At NVC." I called NVC last night and sure enough, the case hasn't been sent to the embassy yet. The rep said he is sure it would be sent soon. Will this affect her ability to get her biometrics and medicals done if CEAC is still saying the same?


I do understand correctly that her medical exam can come before her biometrics? (It is walk in and so she plans to go two days before the biometrics appt). We wanted to get it done four weeks prior because of the tendencies of systems being slow in the RD. 


Thanks for your help with these questions. We want to make sure every t is crossed and i dotted. 

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