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Our case was created on July 2nd, 2019. According to the US Department of State website, our case has been Ready since I first checked in August.

 

I haven't received the Packet 4 yet, the I29F expires this month (Packet 3 was sent ages ago).

I am not sure what to do about this because I definitely should have received information by now (especially when it says I am able to schedule my interview at the Consulate in Montreal).

 

Any help is appreciated. Since we first files for the K1, it has been almost a year now, and it's frustrating, to say the least.

 

EDIT: I have checked my spam folder (I check it frequently) and there isn't anything in there. I did email the consulate about this 5 days ago but have yet to hear back.

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2 hours ago, Mary Rowlands said:

Our case was created on July 2nd, 2019. According to the US Department of State website, our case has been Ready since I first checked in August.

 

I haven't received the Packet 4 yet, the I29F expires this month (Packet 3 was sent ages ago).

I am not sure what to do about this because I definitely should have received information by now (especially when it says I am able to schedule my interview at the Consulate in Montreal).

 

Any help is appreciated. Since we first files for the K1, it has been almost a year now, and it's frustrating, to say the least.

 

EDIT: I have checked my spam folder (I check it frequently) and there isn't anything in there. I did email the consulate about this 5 days ago but have yet to hear back.

From what I've seen on this site most of the packets give you the next steps. You should check the subforum for your country. Also you interview needs to be scheduled before your application expires. I would suggest applying for extension unless you have already scheduled the interview. I believe once your case said ready you could have paid the fee , completed the ds160, and scheduled your interview. Then you would need to get a police report and medical done closer to the interview date.  This is what everyone is required to do. Any other info would be country specific. 

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2 minutes ago, TennilleO said:

From what I've seen on this site most of the packets give you the next steps. You should check the subforum for your country. Also you interview needs to be scheduled before your application expires. I would suggest applying for extension unless you have already scheduled the interview. I believe once your case said ready you could have paid the fee , completed the ds160, and scheduled your interview. Then you would need to get a police report and medical done closer to the interview date.  This is what everyone is required to do. Any other info would be country specific. 

The DS160 was already submitted and approved, the police report was already done and submitted. The website shows I have been able to schedule my interview for over a month now but I haven't received the Packet 4 and it advises not to book the interview without receiving the packet.

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47 minutes ago, Mary Rowlands said:

The DS160 was already submitted and approved, the police report was already done and submitted. The website shows I have been able to schedule my interview for over a month now but I haven't received the Packet 4 and it advises not to book the interview without receiving the packet.

Well we completed everything before we received our packet and I think most people are doing that. Also I don't see many people get a packet 4 only a packet 3. Where did you submit your police report ? You take all paperwork to the interview. 

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Resent the packet 3 stuff (a few days ago) and according to the Visa Check, my case was updated on October 2, 2019 with Ready and saying the exact same stuff as before (can book the interview, etc) (it was previously updated August 30th, 2019 when we sent the packet 3 stuff on August 29th, 2019). I have yet to receive the email (in my spam or otherwise) for Packet 4.

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8 hours ago, Mary Rowlands said:

Resent the packet 3 stuff (a few days ago) and according to the Visa Check, my case was updated on October 2, 2019 with Ready and saying the exact same stuff as before (can book the interview, etc) (it was previously updated August 30th, 2019 when we sent the packet 3 stuff on August 29th, 2019). I have yet to receive the email (in my spam or otherwise) for Packet 4.

I think the first P3 was lost....


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