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Hi,

 

this question is around my friends approved visa and NVC. My friend mother had applied for her green card as a sponsor almost 10 years back. Last week she got a letter from NVC saying her petition was approved and that she should now work with NVC around the visa. She has no idea what this means. Does this mean that finally her immigrant visa has been approved? Or does it mean she is in a new line for another few years. The letter said that her visa was approved by UCIS.

Can you please help us understand what exactly this means and what are the steps/time it takes. And, does this mean she will get her green card after the interview etc? Thank you

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12 hours ago, funlovingkayak said:

Hi,

 

this question is around my friends approved visa and NVC. My friend mother had applied for her green card as a sponsor almost 10 years back. Last week she got a letter from NVC saying her petition was approved and that she should now work with NVC around the visa. She has no idea what this means. Does this mean that finally her immigrant visa has been approved? Or does it mean she is in a new line for another few years. The letter said that her visa was approved by UCIS.

Can you please help us understand what exactly this means and what are the steps/time it takes. And, does this mean she will get her green card after the interview etc? Thank you

So the visa was approved or just the petition? I'm not sure if the parent category works different to spouse category, but generally what I know is petition approval by uscis then NVC stage which should have had information of what needs to be done when it was sent in the mail, then interview at consulate.

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On 10/15/2018 at 11:51 PM, funlovingkayak said:

Hi,

 

this question is around my friends approved visa and NVC. My friend mother had applied for her green card as a sponsor almost 10 years back. Last week she got a letter from NVC saying her petition was approved and that she should now work with NVC around the visa. She has no idea what this means. Does this mean that finally her immigrant visa has been approved? Or does it mean she is in a new line for another few years. The letter said that her visa was approved by UCIS.

Can you please help us understand what exactly this means and what are the steps/time it takes. And, does this mean she will get her green card after the interview etc? Thank you

Hi, that means you need to file few forms by hiring an attorney. Nvc will review all of your forms and documents and will give you interview date at any USA embassy. All the best

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