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Evi Melgoza

Case shows "READY" but no appointment letter yet

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I am US citizen and I am trying to get the immigrant  visas for my husband (IR1) and daughter (IR2).   They are currently living in Monterrey and I live in Franklin TN, wwe already filed the I130 and got approved on May 3 2019 and was sent to Ciudad Juarez consulate for further processing. We got a letter from Consulate CDJ on May 13 that we needed to file DS260 electronically. 

We already did that on mid July . Our case appeared as "not ready for processing " on the CEAC website until this week, now it says " READY".   We havent received any appointment letter yet and i dont know if I need to send DS260 and papers like printed to them or something. I was wondering  if that means that I will get an appointment letter soon, or if I have to call to request one, and if I am receiving a letter how much it takes.




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