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Hi All,

My husband lives in the Dominican and I am a US Citizen. We just got the NOA2 and are now waiting on processing from the NVC. Does the NVC packet get sent to my husband or to myself? Is it sent via mail or email? I ask because addresses in the DR are very different than here and I am not sure that the mail really works the way it does here in the US. I am sorry if this is a silly question but I want to make sure that he gets it. 

 

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Trisha

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Hey there ,

 

i am am also a Dominican flier , there is actually no mail. They state things will get sent with there internal mail system. But my fiancé never once got anything at her house. As you I found myself confused because the addresses are nothing as here nor is there a mail carrier. Best thing to do in my opinion just be proactive in calling the NVC and not sitting around waiting for something that’ll never come. I gave it about 1week before receiving my noa2 I traveled to DR for a visit and once I came back I called them and they had not sent my package over but they had already created my account and etc. And with that the lady told me go ahead and start your process and boom now just waiting for August our interview and we did all this without receiving any packet. After I applied for the visa and all we then got an email saying congratulations you can now apply for the visa. But we had already set up the interview and all. 

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***Moved from Progress Reports to Process & Procedures.***

 

**Moderator hat off**

 

Call the NVC and ensure they have email addresses on record for both of you; this way all communication that comes from the NVC will be exclusively electronic.


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If you did all of your stuff electronic it will go to your email address.  You will also get tangible copies of everything.  My husband never received anything.  everything went through me because I was the petitioner.  anything he needed I emailed to him.  when we got down to the last stages he created an email and we both got the same mail at the same time. 

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