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Call NVC tomorrow see if they will get it straighten out or make you do it.


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1 hour ago, sailormoon01 said:

Has anybody had this happen? Please help. Its impossible for my fiance to arrive at the embassy they transferred his case. We had the correct embassy listed on our petition. 

One job they have to do, ONE JOB.... Hope you will reach out to them and have them fix it before it gets lost.  Did they send it to the wrong country or does your country has 2 embassies? That sucks. Good luck. 

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10 minutes ago, UAtoUS said:

One job they have to do, ONE JOB.... Hope you will reach out to them and have them fix it before it gets lost.  Did they send it to the wrong country or does your country has 2 embassies? That sucks. Good luck. 

No country has more than one embassy.  Some have additional consulates, but only one embassy


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Brazil has 4 consulates, but only one of them processes immigration visas (K1 is considered an immigration visa for this part of the process). So, even though there's a consulate that's a 4h drive away from my city I'll have to fly all the way to Rio de Janeiro, which is almost on the other side of the country from my hometown, for my interview.

 

Not saying that that's your case but you should check if the consulate you indicated in your petition even processes immigration visas at all.

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36 minutes ago, payxibka said:

No country has more than one embassy.  Some have additional consulates, but only one embassy

And no country has more than embassy or consulate that processes K-1s (and some have none, and applicants there have to go to another country).


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11 minutes ago, DaveAndAnastasia said:

And no country has more than embassy or consulate that processes K-1s (and some have none, and applicants there have to go to another country).

Yeah, what he said


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They sent it to the wrong country. Was on the phone with both NVC and USCIS today for 4 hours. Neither of them want to take responsibility. Instead, they are telling me to contact the embassies. Of course, the original embassy will not want to receive the case now. They want a lighter case load, even though they would have had to originally accept the case if USCIS and NVC would have done their jobs and sent it to the embassy I clearly listed on the application! I just don't know what to do. 

 

I have lost all hope. He can't enter the country and even on their embassy's website they have listed its difficult to enter for nationals of my fiance's county. 

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If you wish to have your immigrant/fiancée visa file transferred from one Embassy to another U.S. Embassy/Consulate, please contact the appropriate U.S. Embassy/Consulate directly in the country where you wish to apply and follow their instructions for case transfer. Please click here for the full list of all U.S. Embassies and Consulates overseas.

 

The old Embassy will need to receive a formal file transfer request from that U.S. Embassy/Consulate in the country where you wish to apply. Upon receipt of this request, they will immediately forward the file for the New Embassy to process.

 

Once you contact your New Embassy you then can discuss the transfer of your fee. Be sure to have your payment receipt available.


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