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5 minutes ago, Debzib88 said:

Anybody know what "we sent your case, to the Department of State for visa processing, You can find general information on Consular Processing by visiting our website at www.uscis.gov" mean??

USCIS just approved your case and sent it to NVC. Congrats. 

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Just now, Khallaf said:

yes 6-8 weeks and you will get nvc case #

Omg this is so overwhelming 😭. We've been waiting for a long time. Still have a way to go. But definetly shocked and very happy right now.  

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Just now, Debzib88 said:

Omg this is so overwhelming 😭. We've been waiting for a long time. Still have a way to go. But definetly shocked and very happy right now.  

we started this process for my husband May 2017 he just arrived Feb 1st 2019

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1 minute ago, Khallaf said:

we started this process for my husband May 2017 he just arrived Feb 1st 2019

We started ours June 2018. I'm just glad to hear everything is okay with the case. I'm most defintely hormonal right now lol this is good news for us. Hopefully I can be in America for when the baby is due. Congrats on your journey. I'm glad your husband is with you. 

 

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The petition goes to USCIS (Homeland Security is the "parent" Agency)

The Deptartment of State is the "parent" agency over NVC and Embassy. Dept of State issues visas.

So you got passed on to your next stop...NVC 🎉

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6 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

The petition goes to USCIS (Homeland Security is the "parent" Agency)

The Deptartment of State is the "parent" agency over NVC and Embassy. Dept of State issues visas.

So you got passed on to your next stop...NVC 🎉

Thank you. I can't believe we are one step closer. It's definitely emotional. 

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I definitely feel ya. I still remember when my Fiancee walked out of the embassy saying she was approved and would have her visa in 7-10 days. I always thought I would think no big deal, it's just a visa, but it is so much more. We are newly married, and just filed AOS ( Got the NOA1 yesterday), but nothing compares to the small wins like this, because you need these just to keep on going thru this process.

Congrats!!!

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7 hours ago, Loren Y said:

I definitely feel ya. I still remember when my Fiancee walked out of the embassy saying she was approved and would have her visa in 7-10 days. I always thought I would think no big deal, it's just a visa, but it is so much more. We are newly married, and just filed AOS ( Got the NOA1 yesterday), but nothing compares to the small wins like this, because you need these just to keep on going thru this process.

Congrats!!!

thank you. I was a little over whelmed yesterday, you hear nothing for ages and then all of a sudden you get the news. I was worrying that we might not have sent enough evidence, Im just glad everything is okay and we're one step closer. I hope your process is quick too.  We got married in may last year. Congrats on getting married 😊

7 hours ago, nastra30 said:

Congrats you've been approved. Your case has been sent to NVC. Call them in two weeks to check if they have received it from USCIS.

Thank you 😊😊

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19 hours ago, Debzib88 said:

Anybody know what "we sent your case, to the Department of State for visa processing, You can find general information on Consular Processing by visiting our website at www.uscis.gov" mean?? 

Congratulations!  I hope this takes some of the weight off of your shoulders ❤️


I129F SENT: 12-24-2013

TEXAS SERVICE CENTER

NOA1: 01-02-2014

NOA2: 05-14-2014

NVC received and assigned case #: 5-29-2014

Left NVC: 06-04-2014

Interview Scheduled: 6-24-2014 SO EXCITED!!!!!!!! :dancing::star:

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