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Hello all, Just recently saw an update on ceac website from “in transit” to “ready” with the following statement “Your case is ready for your interview when scheduled at the U.S. Consular section. If you have already scheduled an appointment for an interview, please prepare your documents as directed in your appointment letter and appear at the consulate on the appointed date and time. Otherwise, please wait until you have been notified of your interview appointment. Additional information about how Immigrant Visa interview appointments are scheduled can be found at: http://nvc.state.gov/interview”.  

 

What’s next after this online status update? We haven’t receive any information directing us to do anything as yet, as far as completing ds 160, medical, fees, and setting up an interview.   Btw, fiancé is from Saudi Arabia.. should we wait for further notice from the embassy there or can we proceed with the ds160, etc?

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On ‎1‎/‎7‎/‎2019 at 10:25 PM, SoDa9084 said:

Hello all, Just recently saw an update on ceac website from “in transit” to “ready” with the following statement “Your case is ready for your interview when scheduled at the U.S. Consular section. If you have already scheduled an appointment for an interview, please prepare your documents as directed in your appointment letter and appear at the consulate on the appointed date and time. Otherwise, please wait until you have been notified of your interview appointment. Additional information about how Immigrant Visa interview appointments are scheduled can be found at: http://nvc.state.gov/interview”.  

 

What’s next after this online status update? We haven’t receive any information directing us to do anything as yet, as far as completing ds 160, medical, fees, and setting up an interview.   Btw, fiancé is from Saudi Arabia.. should we wait for further notice from the embassy there or can we proceed with the ds160, etc?

US embassies around the globe generally have slightly different processes depending on which embassy you are going through. But usually, the "ready" means the embassy has your file and you are now allowed to log on to their website, fill out the DS 160, and select an available appointment slot. While you are waiting, this is the time to get the medical completed as well so the results will be available on the day of the interview. The "ready" status change usually serves as notice from the embassy to go ahead with the above next steps, and they probably will not be contacting you in any other way outside of the status update. If you haven't already, you can do a search here on VJ for the Saudi Arabia specific thread for more specific details. Good luck!

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7 hours ago, JennaL said:

US embassies around the globe generally have slightly different processes depending on which embassy you are going through. But usually, the "ready" means the embassy has your file and you are now allowed to log on to their website, fill out the DS 160, and select an available appointment slot. While you are waiting, this is the time to get the medical completed as well so the results will be available on the day of the interview. The "ready" status change usually serves as notice from the embassy to go ahead with the above next steps, and they probably will not be contacting you in any other way outside of the status update. If you haven't already, you can do a search here on VJ for the Saudi Arabia specific thread for more specific details. Good luck!

Saudi?

 

Snip that message, email it to IV section, tell them you are the petitioner, and ask them what to do next.  Do it this evening, you’ll have an answer by morning.

You arent going to get a medical until they email you the medical form for the doctor, and you aren’t going to get a police certificate until you get an official letter from the embassy asking for one.

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