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still nothing for Oct 25 Recieved case :(  


March 6, 2018: i-130 petition filed.

March 14, 2018: i-130 Petition received. (8 days)

October 15, 2018: i-130 Petition approved. (7 months, 1 day)

October 17, 2018: Case sent to NVC. (2 days)

October 25, 2018: Case received at NVC. (8 days)

December 4, 2018: NVC case# Generated. (1 month, 9 days)

December 5, 2018: Fee paid online. (1 day)

December 7, 2018: DS-261 submitted online and Other documents e-mailed. (2 days)

December 20, 2018: Case closed. (13 days)

January 8, 2019: Interview Scheduled. (19 days)

February 26, 2019: Interview. (49 days) ....Pending....

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3 minutes ago, Jacque e Andrew said:

Still early.. they are sending 4-5pm (NVC time).

Yeah. I am in same time zone EST as NVC in they start at 7 Am EST and Work till 12 Midnight EST


March 6, 2018: i-130 petition filed.

March 14, 2018: i-130 Petition received. (8 days)

October 15, 2018: i-130 Petition approved. (7 months, 1 day)

October 17, 2018: Case sent to NVC. (2 days)

October 25, 2018: Case received at NVC. (8 days)

December 4, 2018: NVC case# Generated. (1 month, 9 days)

December 5, 2018: Fee paid online. (1 day)

December 7, 2018: DS-261 submitted online and Other documents e-mailed. (2 days)

December 20, 2018: Case closed. (13 days)

January 8, 2019: Interview Scheduled. (19 days)

February 26, 2019: Interview. (49 days) ....Pending....

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Just now, Shan2019 said:

Yeah. I am in same time zone EST as NVC in they start at 7 Am EST and Work till 12 Midnight EST

I don't mean working, that's the time most of the people here in Brazil usually receives their numbers.. (4-5pm NVC time).

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35 minutes ago, Jacque e Andrew said:

I don't mean working, that's the time most of the people here in Brazil usually receives their numbers.. (4-5pm NVC time).

Ok. Let’s see


March 6, 2018: i-130 petition filed.

March 14, 2018: i-130 Petition received. (8 days)

October 15, 2018: i-130 Petition approved. (7 months, 1 day)

October 17, 2018: Case sent to NVC. (2 days)

October 25, 2018: Case received at NVC. (8 days)

December 4, 2018: NVC case# Generated. (1 month, 9 days)

December 5, 2018: Fee paid online. (1 day)

December 7, 2018: DS-261 submitted online and Other documents e-mailed. (2 days)

December 20, 2018: Case closed. (13 days)

January 8, 2019: Interview Scheduled. (19 days)

February 26, 2019: Interview. (49 days) ....Pending....

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8 minutes ago, NMandAD said:

we just received "documentraly qualified" email from nvc. so it means our case is completed at nvc??? can anyone tell? we are confused. our interview location is Mumbai(india)

Yes, that means case complete 🙂

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Still waiting for case # :(


March 6, 2018: i-130 petition filed.

March 14, 2018: i-130 Petition received. (8 days)

October 15, 2018: i-130 Petition approved. (7 months, 1 day)

October 17, 2018: Case sent to NVC. (2 days)

October 25, 2018: Case received at NVC. (8 days)

December 4, 2018: NVC case# Generated. (1 month, 9 days)

December 5, 2018: Fee paid online. (1 day)

December 7, 2018: DS-261 submitted online and Other documents e-mailed. (2 days)

December 20, 2018: Case closed. (13 days)

January 8, 2019: Interview Scheduled. (19 days)

February 26, 2019: Interview. (49 days) ....Pending....

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1 hour ago, Shan2019 said:

Still waiting for case # :(

 

1 hour ago, Shan2019 said:

Still waiting for case # :(

Hopefully you will get your case number this week and this whole CR1/IR1 process will end for you soon man . 2 more months for you man ,you are almost there. .hang in there.

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2 minutes ago, Mr & Mrs said:

 

Hopefully you will get your case number this week and this whole CR1/IR1 process will end for you soon man . 2 more months for you man ,you are almost there. .hang in there.

Thanks my friend. It’s really really Frustrating to wait that long. They are approving in 5 weeks but for me it’s above 5 weeks now 3 more days it will be 6th week. I been separated from my beloved since End of May 2018 :(


March 6, 2018: i-130 petition filed.

March 14, 2018: i-130 Petition received. (8 days)

October 15, 2018: i-130 Petition approved. (7 months, 1 day)

October 17, 2018: Case sent to NVC. (2 days)

October 25, 2018: Case received at NVC. (8 days)

December 4, 2018: NVC case# Generated. (1 month, 9 days)

December 5, 2018: Fee paid online. (1 day)

December 7, 2018: DS-261 submitted online and Other documents e-mailed. (2 days)

December 20, 2018: Case closed. (13 days)

January 8, 2019: Interview Scheduled. (19 days)

February 26, 2019: Interview. (49 days) ....Pending....

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