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Did you already create a thread about this under another username? 

 

When you say the case has been in Casablanca since January 22, 2019, I assume you mean it has been listed on CEAC as "READY" since then?

 

If you have not already done so, you need to email IVCasablanca@state.gov and request and interview date though email. Be sure to include the first and last names of both the petitioner and the beneficiary, as well as both birth dates and your NVC case number. The Casablanca consulate seems to be very behind in scheduling interviews, especially K-1. However if you have been waiting since January and have been sending emails since then, you (the petitioner) may want to get a congressman involved at this point. 


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December 19, 2016: NOA1 receive date 

May 5, 2017: NOA2 hardcopy (still listed as 'received' online...)

May 23, 2017: NVC case number assigned

July 10, 2017: Interview
July 14, 2017: Visa in hand
July 27, 2017: POE at ORD

August 5, 2017: Married!

 

See my 'About Me' section on my profile for a more detailed step by step journey of our K1 Journey through the Casablanca consulate in Morocco

 

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September 8, 2017 : Mailed AOS Packet

September 16, 2017 : NOA1 text/emails (receive date Sept. 12)

October 2, 2017 : Biometrics Appointment

October 13, 2017 : RFIE letter received in mail (they want an English translated Birth Certificate, which we included in the original petition...)

January 24, 2018: EAD/AP Combo Card in hand

August 9, 2018: AOS Interview (Approved)

August 9, 2018: "Card in Production"

August 16, 2018: Green card in hand

 

 

May 2020: ROC!

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How do you know Casa received this case?

Did you receive any emails saying the case was at the Casa embassy?

you need confirmation that Casa has the case to be able to schedule the dr appointment

and then you will need to get the 2 criminal reports

( obtain a Fiche Anthropometrique and a Casier Judiciaire from the Central Police station at their place of residence)

one of these does expire in 90 days 

they will more than likely ask for original birth certificate (also expires in 90 days)

so, you need to know the interview date 

for K1 you have to schedule this online as instructed by RJandHamid

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14 hours ago, RJandHamid said:

Did you already create a thread about this under another username? 

 

When you say the case has been in Casablanca since January 22, 2019, I assume you mean it has been listed on CEAC as "READY" since then?

 

If you have not already done so, you need to email IVCasablanca@state.gov and request and interview date though email. Be sure to include the first and last names of both the petitioner and the beneficiary, as well as both birth dates and your NVC case number. The Casablanca consulate seems to be very behind in scheduling interviews, especially K-1. However if you have been waiting since January and have been sending emails since then, you (the petitioner) may want to get a congressman involved at this point. 

Hello

why do we need a congressman?

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26 minutes ago, Mtoudy said:

Hello


why do we need a congressman?

You don't NEED a congressman. But there was another case exactly like this recently where the couple had been waiting for the K-1 interview in Casablanca since January 2019. When they asked their congressman for help, the congressman reached out to the consulate on their behalf and they were finally assigned an interview date. Contacting a congressman is not a required step, but at this point It's something you might want to look into. It shouldn't cost you anything to contact them, though there is also no absolute guarentee that they will be able to help you.


K1 Visa Process                                                                                                   

Spoiler

 

December 19, 2016: NOA1 receive date 

May 5, 2017: NOA2 hardcopy (still listed as 'received' online...)

May 23, 2017: NVC case number assigned

July 10, 2017: Interview
July 14, 2017: Visa in hand
July 27, 2017: POE at ORD

August 5, 2017: Married!

 

See my 'About Me' section on my profile for a more detailed step by step journey of our K1 Journey through the Casablanca consulate in Morocco

 

AOS Process    

Spoiler

 

AOS Process  

September 8, 2017 : Mailed AOS Packet

September 16, 2017 : NOA1 text/emails (receive date Sept. 12)

October 2, 2017 : Biometrics Appointment

October 13, 2017 : RFIE letter received in mail (they want an English translated Birth Certificate, which we included in the original petition...)

January 24, 2018: EAD/AP Combo Card in hand

August 9, 2018: AOS Interview (Approved)

August 9, 2018: "Card in Production"

August 16, 2018: Green card in hand

 

 

May 2020: ROC!

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7 minutes ago, itsbob said:

¿Has oído algo de la embajada todavía? Mi caso llegó el 4/4/2019 y no he recibido una fecha de entrevista.

 

 

 

Yes, I received an email from the consulate mentioning the date of the interview, end of this month.

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11 minutes ago, itsbob said:

Have you heard anything from the embassy yet? my case got there 4/4/2019 and i haven't received an interview date.

 

 

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

While you are waiting for your interview date, :time:It helps everyone that uses the forum. Additionally, it helps give relevance to the VJ stats.

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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