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6 minutes ago, Jacnie said:

Hello

I receive my NOA2 for K1 visa about 3 weeks ago but havent receive anything from NVC yet. Does i have to mail documents to NVC?

What country is this for? You do not have to mail documents to the NVC if you already have your NOA2. 

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32 minutes ago, Jacnie said:

Hello

I receive my NOA2 for K1 visa about 3 weeks ago but havent receive anything from NVC yet. Does i have to mail documents to NVC?

You can call them to get your case number and you will be able to to check your case status. Once I got my case number, they told me to call every 3 days to check on the status. 

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2 hours ago, Jacnie said:

Hello

I receive my NOA2 for K1 visa about 3 weeks ago but havent receive anything from NVC yet. Does i have to mail documents to NVC?

You do not need to mail documents to NVC for a K1.

 

It can take up to 6 weeks for your case to reach the NVC, plus you will need to keep in mind all of the holidays.

 

For example, I received my NOA2 the second week of November last year and my case did not reach the NVC until after Christmas.


K1 Timeline

5/17/2017: I-129F sent to USCIS Lewisville, Texas via FedEx Ground Shipping

5/22/2017: Received by USCIS

5/26/2017: Check was cashed; Received text (but no email) from USCIS; case being transferred to CSC
11/17/2017: NOA2 Hard Copy Received 
01/03/2018: NVC Received I-129F 
01/03/2018: Case Number Received

01/23/2018: Embassy Received
01/30/2018: Received NVC letter hard copy from NVC
02/09/2018: Medical
03/19/2018: Interview 
03/19/2018: APPROVED!
03/21/2018: Visa in Hand

06/16/2018: POE (San Francisco) 

08/04/2018:  MARRIED!

 

***************************

AOS Timeline

08/29/2018: AOS/EAD/AP sent to USCIS Chicago Lockbox via FedEx

08/31/2018: Received by USCIS 

09/04/2018: Received 3 texts from USCIS with 3 case numbers 

09/05/2018: Check was cashed

09/12/2018: Received our NOA1 hard copy via mail

09/24/2018: Biometrics Appointment

10/11/2018: Case Status updated to Ready to Schedule Interview

12/27/2018: AOS Interview Scheduled by USCIS

xx/xx/xxxx: EAD/AP combo card approved

xx/xx/xxxx: EAD/AP combo received

02/13/2019: Interview

xx/xx/xxxx: GREEN CARD ISSUED!!!

xx/xx/xxxx: GREEN CARD IN HAND!!!

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You might want to update your timeline as well, as others have said you can give them a call, We got our NOA2 on the 7th of November and it was received by the NVC on the 21st of November, They might have yours already as well.


Time Line:

Spoiler

 

We've known each other online since we were teenagers, almost 2 decades later we started talking a lot more online, and we finally met in person. I am lucky to have a good friend who works for the airline and therefore gives me flight benefits (I pretty much travel for free) Which is why I go back and forth a lot.


Mar. 20 2017              First in person meeting 🐇❤️🐢

Oct. 02 2017              Traveling around Asia on our Birthdays ✈️

Feb. 07 2018              Surprise visit for Valentine's Day 💘

Mar. 14 2018              Met 1st Year Anniversary 🎉

Apr. 07 2018               Looked for apartments 🏙️

May 22 2018              I-129F Filed
May 30 2018              I-129F NOA1 

Jun. 29 2018              Moved in together for the long wait together 

Jul. 02 2018               Formal Proposal 💍 
Nov. 07 2018              I-129F NOA2
Nov. 21 2018              Case received by NVC

Dec. 04 2018              Case # Assigned

Dec. 11 2018              Visa Application in Transit to Manila Embassy 📭

Dec. 13 2018              Visa Application set to READY 📬

Dec. 27 2018              Interview Date 🇺🇸

 

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On 12/2/2018 at 7:57 PM, Jacnie said:

Is for Venezuela

Ask the USC to call the NVC and ask for your case number,once you have it you can check the status. The moment it says "ready" you can schedule your appointment at the embassy in Caracas. I'm also from Venezuela and received my noa2 on Nov 29. Some others from Venezuela are also waiting for the NVC. If you're interested, we exchange info about the process via private messages. Feel free to  send me a message if you'd like to be part of it. 

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