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Hello.  My fiance is from Mexico and we have received the NOA2 on 1/30/19.  NVC has assigned case and invoice number.  I checked status at CEAC & case is still at NVC and it says to follow the 6 step process.  Will they send file to the embassy now OR do i need to complete something for that to happen?   I am reading conflicting info.  Thanks!!!

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25 minutes ago, skeeeeezo said:

Hello.  My fiance is from Mexico and we have received the NOA2 on 1/30/19.  NVC has assigned case and invoice number.  I checked status at CEAC & case is still at NVC and it says to follow the 6 step process.  Will they send file to the embassy now OR do i need to complete something for that to happen?   I am reading conflicting info.  Thanks!!!

if you h ave submitted all documents and they have been accepted, you have received letter stating this and at nvc is what CEAC says that is correct.

 

you now wait for NVC to send you a letter with the interview time.

 

I have heard that Mexico has a long wait time for interview date.

 

Good luck in your journey.

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1 hour ago, skeeeeezo said:

Hello.  My fiance is from Mexico and we have received the NOA2 on 1/30/19.  NVC has assigned case and invoice number.  I checked status at CEAC & case is still at NVC and it says to follow the 6 step process.  Will they send file to the embassy now OR do i need to complete something for that to happen?   I am reading conflicting info.  Thanks!!!

It sounds like you are waiting to hear from them for an interview date.  If they need you to do something else, they will send you a notice.  I would give it some time but if you aren't comfortable doing that, you could always call USCIS.


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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16 minutes ago, pepper297 said:

you could always call USCIS.

Pepper, not sure why i would contact USCIS when they have finishes their part of the process.  Case is now at NVC.  Also, does would consulate give me an interview date or am i allowed to select it? Thx

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Just now, skeeeeezo said:

Pepper, not sure why i would contact USCIS when they have finishes their part of the process.  Case is now at NVC.  Also, does would consulate give me an interview date or am i allowed to select it? Thx 

They might have additional info to yield, however... in my experience you'll probably get the run around LOL (seems that way with the customer service line even when the case is clearly there).  I'm trying to remember more about when our case went to NVC.  I only remember waiting for them to contact us.  I remember them arranging for my husband (then fiance) to get a packet, also to interview, and then to come up to get the visa.  This is all in Costa Rica, though.  I think you will really just have to wait for them to contact you guys at this point. 

 

What exactly is it telling you about your 6 step process?

 

Have you found any other Mexico timelines on visajourney?  That was really helpful to me to reach out to people going through the same situation or who had already completed it, pertaining to the same country.


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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10 minutes ago, skeeeeezo said:

Pepper, not sure why i would contact USCIS when they have finishes their part of the process.  Case is now at NVC.  Also, does would consulate give me an interview date or am i allowed to select it? Thx

 

I searched VJ for Mexico timelines.  I don't know if you are comfortable reaching out to these people in a private message, but they would be able to tell you their exact experience with Mexico.  Lots of the timelines include notes and reviews on their experiences, so they could be useful later. There are plenty of other timelines that came up if these members aren't helpful. 

 

https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=207194

https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=302521

https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=266870

https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=263275


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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