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My case has been reportedly sent out of the NVC(Nat. Visa Ctr.) to the embassy in Jakarta. My K1 fiance has had her medical and submitted the DS160 today.  (She also has my I-134 information.)  Would it be advisable to contact the U.S embassy by phone as a follow up requesting an appointment, or should we just wait until we here from them?  Also, does the NVC have anything to do now with the appointment in Jakarta, other than just sending them information? 


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The embassy will e-mail you (the petitioner) a day or two after they receive the petition from NVC. The e-mail will give you instructions on the next steps, and then once you've done all that, they'll schedule an interview for your fiancee. 


No, the NVC is no longer a part of the process. It is just the embassy at this point. 



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