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Medical Condition Expedite process for Spouse

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Hi,

I sent an email to NVC for expedite process for my spouse. At this time Her case is waiting for interview in US embassy in Pakistan. How long it will take NVC to reply me back on my concern?

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Begs the question why you sent it to NVC if it is at the Consulate?


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Begs the question why you sent it to NVC if it is at the Consulate?

 

I called NVC today and they suggested me to send an email at nvcexpedite@state.gov to explain medical condition for your spouse. My case is approved from NVC and waiting for interview date. It been 3 and half month from the date the approved my documents but i haven't hear anything. At this point my spouse has some medical conditions due to which i have sent a request email base on her medical conditions.

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Depression and also some medical report related to brain overweighted possibly Demyelinating. 

A demyelinating disease is any condition that results in damage to the protective covering (myelin sheath) that surrounds nerve fibers in your brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. When the myelin sheath is damaged, nerve impulses slow or even stop, causing neurological problems.

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13 minutes ago, Sai Kk said:

Depression and also some medical report related to brain overweighted possibly Demyelinating. 

A demyelinating disease is any condition that results in damage to the protective covering (myelin sheath) that surrounds nerve fibers in your brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. When the myelin sheath is damaged, nerve impulses slow or even stop, causing neurological problems.

Sorry to hear.  Doubt it will be approved though, as you have to show interest/harm arising to the USC without an expedite, not a foreign beneficiary.

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You will need to send medical documents as evidence, and letters from doctors stating why this is an urgent, life-threatening condition, and how your spouse's medical condition and weeks of waiting for a visa decision adversely affects the petitioner (you).  In my opinion, an expedite request at this late stage of the process won't make much difference since you're waiting for an interview date to be assigned and that could happen any day based on the timeline in your post.  The time to file an expedite is at USCIS since the petition adjudication is by far the longest part.  We have seen cases here on VJ where the expedite at a very late stage such as yours actually slowed down the process because the expedite request and supporting documentation has to be submitted, reviewed, and a decision made whether to expedite the file or not.  Also keep in mind that even if approved, a file that is expedited does not mean that a visa will be automatically approved.  Your spouse will still need an interview and be able to satisfy the officer at the embassy/consulate that she qualifies for a visa based on her answers and the facts in the file.  Good luck!

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On 8/5/2019 at 2:44 PM, carmel34 said:

You will need to send medical documents as evidence, and letters from doctors stating why this is an urgent, life-threatening condition, and how your spouse's medical condition and weeks of waiting for a visa decision adversely affects the petitioner (you).  In my opinion, an expedite request at this late stage of the process won't make much difference since you're waiting for an interview date to be assigned and that could happen any day based on the timeline in your post.  The time to file an expedite is at USCIS since the petition adjudication is by far the longest part.  We have seen cases here on VJ where the expedite at a very late stage such as yours actually slowed down the process because the expedite request and supporting documentation has to be submitted, reviewed, and a decision made whether to expedite the file or not.  Also keep in mind that even if approved, a file that is expedited does not mean that a visa will be automatically approved.  Your spouse will still need an interview and be able to satisfy the officer at the embassy/consulate that she qualifies for a visa based on her answers and the facts in the file.  Good luck!

Thank you for the brief explanation. Can i find out timeline for inter at the consulate for my I-130? It is almost 5 months since i got my qualified documents email from NVC.

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