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Hello good day, after notifying the embassy (trinidad and tobago) that all documents were obtained and ds 260 confirmation were also obtained, a reply from the embassy stated 

Dear Sir,

 

Thank you for the information. The cases have been registered into our system for an appointment date. We will be pleased to e-mail the appointment packages as soon as it is scheduled.

Hoping this information is helpful.

 

What next?  Do i schedule online on csra? or wait for the embassy to e-mail?? 

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Hi,

 

Question did you get through with this?

 

If yes after you did your medical and got your appointment at the TT embassy did you have to pay for the visa?  at what cost?

Regards

Raquel

 

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hi goodnight. I had to wait for the appointment packages in order to schedule the medical.  At the interview i had to pay for the immigrant visa which was 325usd P.S the TT embassy only accepts links or exact cash payments in TTD or USD.

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On 10/3/2019 at 9:28 PM, Spero said:

hi goodnight. I had to wait for the appointment packages in order to schedule the medical.  At the interview i had to pay for the immigrant visa which was 325usd P.S the TT embassy only accepts links or exact cash payments in TTD or USD.

Good day what process are we talking about here? Thanks 

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6 minutes ago, RKarim said:

Good day what process are we talking about here? Thanks 

Direct Consular Filing cases requires that applicants pay the Consulate directly, instead of through the NVC, as the NVC is skipped altogether. The fees are for the State Departments handling of the case, including filing, reviewing, printing of visas. 

 

all immigrant visas require a medical examination of the principal immigrant by a consular approved panel physician. Some physicians require that an appointment confirmation is in hand before allowing one to be scheduled. 

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29 minutes ago, SorrowL said:

Direct Consular Filing cases requires that applicants pay the Consulate directly, instead of through the NVC, as the NVC is skipped altogether. The fees are for the State Departments handling of the case, including filing, reviewing, printing of visas. 

 

all immigrant visas require a medical examination of the principal immigrant by a consular approved panel physician. Some physicians require that an appointment confirmation is in hand before allowing one to be scheduled. 

Nice thanks for ur response 

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