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Hello all,

 

I got NOA2 yesterday (mail) and it stated that they forward the case to NVC. I read some of the post here that NVC will not let me know about the case number or invoice ID without me calling them every single week? 

Here is the quote from NVC site:

"You have come to this page because you received a letter or email from NVC directing you here after NVC received your approved petition from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)."

 

So I am confused...will they or will not they let me know when they received the case, assign case number and invoice id? I really do not want to spent time to call them if they will eventually give me the case#...but if that is needed, then I guess I will do it :( 

 

Any helps will be greatful!



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4/19/19: Sending Package to USCIS

5/8/19: NOA1

10/3/19: NOA2

10/10/19: Case sent to NVC

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If they for sure will let me know the number then I will let them work on it until November 2...if I have not heard anything about it then I will start to make phone calls. Regardless, I need to know for sure they will send me the notice :)

 



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4/19/19: Sending Package to USCIS

5/8/19: NOA1

10/3/19: NOA2

10/10/19: Case sent to NVC

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It took us several weeks for the NVC to contact us with the case number. We got the notice that it was being sent to the NVC at the beginning of August. I think we received the email with the case number on September 30th. It will come! It's definitely a hurry up and wait process. We started to fill out the Affidavit of Support after paying the fee and realized that the form was going to expire on October 14 so we decided to wait till tomorrow to print out forms and such. We've already uploaded all the documents they need.....I hope :)

Edited by Glyn and Kathy

10/26/03 Met in Yahoo chat room
06-2004 Glyn flies to Boston for 2 week holiday with me in White Mountains
06/07/2006- HE PROPOSES!!
12/13/2006- Glyn and Simon the best man fly in for wedding.
December 16,2006- Happiest day of my life
12/25/2006- Best and worst Christmas ever. Glyn flies back to England at 6 pm Christmas Night.
02/19/2007- UK spousal visa approved in NY after only 4 days.
March 2,2007- Reunited in England with Glyn.
01/21/2008-mailed I-130 to USCIS in London
01/24/2008-NOA1
04/13/2008-Panic. RFE received
April 17, 2008-Mailed off again.
April 22, 2008-NOA2 received dated April 21, 2008.
April 26, 2008-Packet 3 received
April 28, 2008-Mailed off DS-230
May06,2008-Packet 3 sent
May 08, 2008-Medical scheduled
May 22,2008-Packet 4 received
June 03,2008-Interview APPROVED!!!!!

June 04, 2008-Visa in hand
June 20, 2008-Shippers come for our things.
June 25, 2008-Flying to the USA
November 15, 2010-Sent off VERY late I-751 along with many prayers.
04/09/2011-10 year GC arrives in mail.
09/08/2011-Glyn leaves for UK
01/30/2012-Biometrics for UK spousal & dependent visas sent out w/ application same day
02/24/2012-UK settlement visas issued

04/16/2013-I-130 sent off-----04/19/2013 NOA1

05/15/2013-NOA2

Never received packet 3 although it was mailed to us on May 29th

07/17/2013-Sent off packet 3 after finally getting ALL our documents together

08/19/2013-Medical scheduled (there were earlier appointments but unfortunately, we couldn't get there for them due to hubby's work)

09/24/2013-Interview APPROVED

11/01/2013-POE BOSTON

01/13/2014-10 Year green card received

03/09/2019- Sent I-130 to Chicago lock box for step-son

03/20/2019- NOA 1

08/10/2019-NOA 2

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On 10/13/2019 at 12:01 PM, Glyn and Kathy said:

It took us several weeks for the NVC to contact us with the case number. We got the notice that it was being sent to the NVC at the beginning of August. I think we received the email with the case number on September 30th. It will come! It's definitely a hurry up and wait process. We started to fill out the Affidavit of Support after paying the fee and realized that the form was going to expire on October 14 so we decided to wait till tomorrow to print out forms and such. We've already uploaded all the documents they need.....I hope :)

Thank you for your answer! :D

I will definitely look for my case ID. So, the email from NVC, does it comes to your beneficiary or petitioner email? or even both?



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4/19/19: Sending Package to USCIS

5/8/19: NOA1

10/3/19: NOA2

10/10/19: Case sent to NVC

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On 10/13/2019 at 12:01 PM, Glyn and Kathy said:

It took us several weeks for the NVC to contact us with the case number. We got the notice that it was being sent to the NVC at the beginning of August. I think we received the email with the case number on September 30th. It will come! It's definitely a hurry up and wait process. We started to fill out the Affidavit of Support after paying the fee and realized that the form was going to expire on October 14 so we decided to wait till tomorrow to print out forms and such. We've already uploaded all the documents they need.....I hope :)

So is the USCIS Case Number that starts with LIN will be the same number that NVC will give or it us a different number? I am confused. We got letter from USCIS stating that the case forwarded to NVC for visa processing. So how long nvc will send us notice? Also who will receive the notice - Applicant or Petitioner?

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14 minutes ago, ShawnJayden said:

So is the USCIS Case Number that starts with LIN will be the same number that NVC will give or it us a different number? I am confused. We got letter from USCIS stating that the case forwarded to NVC for visa processing. So how long nvc will send us notice? Also who will receive the notice - Applicant or Petitioner?

Waiting for the same answer, buddy 😉



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4/19/19: Sending Package to USCIS

5/8/19: NOA1

10/3/19: NOA2

10/10/19: Case sent to NVC

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