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Our I-29F is approved and our case is currently in the NVC stage, right now it's "in-transit" with that being said, My fiancee can not gather her Cenomar, NBI or any other supporting documents due to the lockdown and I heard the Uscis will not conduct in person services until June4th now, does that include the embassy interview as well? What should be our plan of action be  now? Should we still pay for the medical?Can she still go to st lukes at this  time? We currently do not have a interview date as of yet, should we fill out the DS160 and pay now?

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Just now, KJ34 said:

Our I-29F is approved and our case is currently in the NVC stage, right now it's "in-transit" with that being said, My fiancee can not gather her Cenomar, NBI or any other supporting documents due to the lockdown and I heard the Uscis will not conduct in person services until June4th now, does that include the embassy interview as well? What should be our plan of action be  now? Should we still pay for the medical?Can she still go to st lukes at this  time? We currently do not have a interview date as of yet, should we fill out the DS160 and pay now?

You need to wait for an announcement when Manila is to open.  The uscis tentatively opening up has nothing to do with the consulate.   Two very different things.  

 

Consulate fee payments are made to BPI, are they even open to the public?  St Luke's is shut down as well.  Medical is paid on day one of the exam 


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3 hours ago, payxibka said:

You need to wait for an announcement when Manila is to open.  The uscis tentatively opening up has nothing to do with the consulate.   Two very different things.  

 

Consulate fee payments are made to BPI, are they even open to the public?  St Luke's is shut down as well.  Medical is paid on day one of the exam 

Thank for this, Just wanted to know if there's something we needed to do now rather than wait and cause a delay or problem with our case.

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12 hours ago, KJ34 said:

Our I-29F is approved and our case is currently in the NVC stage, right now it's "in-transit" with that being said, My fiancee can not gather her Cenomar, NBI or any other supporting documents due to the lockdown and I heard the Uscis will not conduct in person services until June4th now, does that include the embassy interview as well? What should be our plan of action be  now? Should we still pay for the medical?Can she still go to st lukes at this  time? We currently do not have a interview date as of yet, should we fill out the DS160 and pay now?

USCIS and the embassy are totally different parts of the government.

 

Here is a link to a guide for the process in the Philippines.

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

 

Visa fee has to be paid at BPI .. which I doubt can be done during the current lockdown.

 

DS-160 can be completed 

 

SLEC is locked down as that facility is for medicals only.   But once the lock down is over you can complete the medical,   it is walk-in, first come, first served.

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/medical---slec.html

 

 


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8 hours ago, designguy said:

Don’t do a medical without an interview scheduled 

Not necessary to have an interview date before completing the medical.    Just need to be aware that the visa validity is tied to the date of the medical


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