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Caracas Embassy Closed. K1 Visa Appoinment Cancelled by Embassy

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Hi everyone. I'm worried about my K1 visa appoinment cancellation by U.S: Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela. I had my interview in Feb, 27. Today is one week since they cancelled all appoinments in the Embassy. I sent email, called to the Embassy, called to NVC and any one knows ANYTHING. My fiancé called as well and even sent an email to his senator and still waiting some answer..I asked to the NVC officer if is possible to transfer my case to other Embassy and they say no possible because I don't have residence in other country and because my case is already in the embassy. Only they say: Wait for further notice.  This is pretty frustranting!! Keep checking social medias that is the only I can do and everyone who has their appoinment cancelled in Caracas, Venezuela. Any experiences about how they hand this situations when the Embassy is closed?Thanks very much for read my post.

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From US Embassy Caracas FB page yesterday: 

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"The Consular Section is currently focused on providing emergency services for citizens of the United States. Therefore, we are not processing regular applications for a nonimmigrant and immigrant visa. Visa applicants may request services at US embassies or consulates in other countries. If you have general questions about the visa process, please send an email to CaracasNIV@state.gov".

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11 hours ago, JNJUSA19 said:

We received this from Caracas:

 

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Yes, I received that answer as well two days ago regarding to my inquiry on Friday. I hope they work on that soon. Two weeks already the embassy is closed and we don't know anything about what will happen with our cases. 

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11 hours ago, JNJUSA19 said:

We are trying to move her case to Bogota, but her USCIS case hasn't arrived at NVC yet.

I don't know if that is possible. I called to NVC and asked her for that possibility and she told me that is not possible because my case is already in the embassy. Other girl sent an email and she received and email saying you must show proof about your legal residence or citizenship and that new country. If you meet that requirement, great! Wait until your case get to NVC and ask them.  On other hand, NVC says if you don't meet that requirement you can still communicate with the other embassy and if the accept I suppose they make the transfers. Keep in touch. Best wishes also!

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For what it's worth, NVC is not sending any new cases to Caracas (per my phonecall with NVC this week).  I believe all cases currently in Caracas will be sent to Bogota (per emails that some couples in our caracas whatsapp group have received).

 

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