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2 hours ago, Umer Shakeel said:

I recieved a notice of being documentarily qualified on September 4 and its been 24 days since then .How long does it take for nvc to transfer the case to embassy and get an interview date and what will the estimated date be

My documents get qualified on may 23 over 4 months now under f4 Montreal still nothing 

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14 minutes ago, Nsk1433 said:

My documents get qualified on may 23 over 4 months now under f4 Montreal still nothing 

Dont tell me!!

It is mentioned on nvc website that it takes them 30 to 60 days to schedule an interview then why does it take them so long??.Are you also for F4 US visa?

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1 hour ago, Umer Shakeel said:

Dont tell me!!

It is mentioned on nvc website that it takes them 30 to 60 days to schedule an interview then why does it take them so long??.Are you also for F4 US visa?

check the visa bulletin. sometimes it takes the nvc a while to schedule depending on embassy availability. what is your category and country? those two will determine when you are going to be interviewed, not when you were documentarily qualified for interview. sometimes nvc collects documents months before visa final action date hence the wait.

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On 9/28/2019 at 2:41 AM, Umer Shakeel said:

I recieved a notice of being documentarily qualified on September 4 and its been 24 days since then .How long does it take for nvc to transfer the case to embassy and get an interview date and what will the estimated date be

Bro how long it takes NVC to review your case, after you submitted all the required documents??

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On 9/28/2019 at 12:41 PM, Umer Shakeel said:

I recieved a notice of being documentarily qualified on September 4 and its been 24 days since then .How long does it take for nvc to transfer the case to embassy and get an interview date and what will the estimated date be

Interview Appointment depends on the working of embassy in you country. Usually you'll got your appointment within 30 to 90 days. I got in 40 days in and I'm in Pakistan. So this process requires patience so wait you'll got appointment mail soon.

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9 hours ago, Jashanpreet said:

Sir , can u please help me , as NVC is asking me for proof of domicile, should i submit it to nvc or I should take it with me on embassy interview. 

Its' hard to answer your question as you did not provide your Timeline.

Are at NVC stage? Submitting the docs through CEAC? What type of visa?

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