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Got NVC Case #, now what?

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Hey everyone,

 

Petitioner from USA here, fiancè from Brisbane who will be going to the Sydney Consulate.

 

After 4 weeks of being approved, I called the NVC and got our case # and invoice #. The tracking on CEAC shows status as “At NVC” and I am not sure what to do now. Do I wait for an email from the Syndey Consulate when they receive the case? Can we start to do the medical? We’ve already done the National Police Check and I am finishing with gathering my finances and  affidavit of support. Also for the Visa application (form DS-160), do we fill it out via the CEAC website or via the ustraveldocs website? 

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3 minutes ago, Ferrero said:

Hey everyone,

 

Petitioner from USA here, fiancè from Brisbane who will be going to the Sydney Consulate.

 

After 4 weeks of being approved, I called the NVC and got our case # and invoice #. The tracking on CEAC shows status as “At NVC” and I am not sure what to do now. Do I wait for an email from the Syndey Consulate when they receive the case? Can we start to do the medical? We’ve already done the National Police Check and I am finishing with gathering my finances and  affidavit of support. Also for the Visa application (form DS-160), do we fill it out via the CEAC website or via the ustraveldocs website? 

Congratulations on your approval! Wait for your status to change to "Ready". At that time you'll get an email with instructions for you to tell your fiance to follow. This is Packet 3. Once that's done, they will contact you with an interview date and you will be able to schedule the medical. As for the DS-160, he did his at CEAC. Good luck!!!

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Hi..mine situation was the same..after receiving an email from nvc about my case number i scheduled my appointment by myself  next day...but after interview the consular took my passport and gave me white slip with written refused for administrative processing...i wonder was it due to scheduling appointment by myself so early or something else?

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