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My fiancé is in Brazil. The NVC sent an email to me at about 3 weeks after the NOA2 that they had the packet, and about 3 weeks after that the Embassy in Brazil sent me an email that they had my packet and we could start the process of filling out the DS-160, making the appointment for the interview, getting medical, etc. etc.

So was about 5-6 weeks from NOA2 to Embassy receiving the packet from NVC.

Will

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5 hours ago, wiltonh3 said:

My fiancé is in Brazil. The NVC sent an email to me at about 3 weeks after the NOA2 that they had the packet, and about 3 weeks after that the Embassy in Brazil sent me an email that they had my packet and we could start the process of filling out the DS-160, making the appointment for the interview, getting medical, etc. etc.

So was about 5-6 weeks from NOA2 to Embassy receiving the packet from NVC.

Will

hi will, 

 

thank you so much for replying. so the nvc will email me our case number and other things that they need from me like i-134?

 

thanks

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#1 Uscis sent email saying everything sent to NVC

 

#2 About 3 weeks later got email from NVC that was received and would be sent to Embassy in Brazil

 

#3 About 3 weeks later got email from Embassy in Brazil saying received with instructions on everything they needed, how to get medical, how to make appointments, DS-160 website, etc.

 

just to be clear, they did not send me anything as far as forms, 134 (you can get that done while you wait, need to get that out of the way), they just sent list of what they wanted for interview and how or where online to go to set it up

 

and to the point of the previous responder, each country is different. Goggle US Embassy Mexico K 1 visa

to find out ahead how they handle hints.

 

Good luck

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On 10/18/2018 at 10:22 PM, wiltonh3 said:

#1 Uscis sent email saying everything sent to NVC

 

#2 About 3 weeks later got email from NVC that was received and would be sent to Embassy in Brazil

 

#3 About 3 weeks later got email from Embassy in Brazil saying received with instructions on everything they needed, how to get medical, how to make appointments, DS-160 website, etc.

 

just to be clear, they did not send me anything as far as forms, 134 (you can get that done while you wait, need to get that out of the way), they just sent list of what they wanted for interview and how or where online to go to set it up

 

and to the point of the previous responder, each country is different. Goggle US Embassy Mexico K 1 visa

to find out ahead how they handle hints.

 

Good luck

hi will so we have just receieved an email from the nvc saying they are going to send our petition to the embassy in cdj. so we should wait for the embassy in mexico before we start doing our ds160 and so on?

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