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How much longer do we have to wait?

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Hi all,

 

new to this website. I just came across this website while trying to google info about this whole process. My husband and I got the approval notice for our I-601A waiver and that our case was sent to NVC to get an interview date at the consulate in Mexico. Tomorrow, 1.15.2019 will reach 3 months since the waiver was approved. How much longer do we need to wait to get our interview date in Juarez?

 

Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give!!!

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Right now the wait for an interview in CDJ is taking over 9 months after your case is completed with NVC if the petitioner is a USC. If the petitioner is a Resident they go off your Priority Date. Have you received any notice from NVC that you are in line for interview yet?

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Thanks CK+MH,

 

This is our timeline so far:

I-130 received 6-14-2017

I-130 approved 1-3-2018

I-130 sent to Dept. of State 1-4-2018

 

AOS fee paid 2-8-2018

IV app fee paid 2-8-2018

DS-260 app sent 2-8-2018

 

I-601A waiver received 3-13-2018

Fingerprints fee received 3-13-2018

NVC sent checklist letter confirming they have all required documentation 6-12-2018

I-601A waiver approved 10-15-2018

 

1-10-2018 NVC confirms they have all documents, just waiting for the consulate to give interview date.

 

I am not sure where we stand at the moment other than NVC confirmed they have everything just waiting for an interview to be scheduled. But not sure how long that takes, how much more waiting we have on our future lol

 

Thanks so much for replying!

 

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On ‎1‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 2:57 PM, Jcastaneda15 said:

Thanks CK+MH,

 

This is our timeline so far:

I-130 received 6-14-2017

I-130 approved 1-3-2018

I-130 sent to Dept. of State 1-4-2018

 

AOS fee paid 2-8-2018

IV app fee paid 2-8-2018

DS-260 app sent 2-8-2018

 

I-601A waiver received 3-13-2018

Fingerprints fee received 3-13-2018

NVC sent checklist letter confirming they have all required documentation 6-12-2018

I-601A waiver approved 10-15-2018

 

1-10-2018 NVC confirms they have all documents, just waiting for the consulate to give interview date.

 

I am not sure where we stand at the moment other than NVC confirmed they have everything just waiting for an interview to be scheduled. But not sure how long that takes, how much more waiting we have on our future lol

 

Thanks so much for replying!

 

My wife and I have a NVC Approval date of August 27 2018 and we are still waiting for an interview date.

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