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Hi everyone,

 

Hope everyone is doing well! 

 

I am experiencing a little confusing situation, if anybody had some similar experience or would be able to guide me would be awesome. 

 

Basically my DQ was on Oct 17 2020. I had requested an expedite which was denied and a couple days ago i requested reconsideration for expedite with additional documentation.

 

After a day of my expedite reconsideration Email i got another email that stated DOCUMENTARILY QUALIFIED. Almost after 3 months i received the same message.

 

What does this mean? I am in the line all the way from the beginning and NVC is gonna take their time again to schedule an interview for me or is this some sort of glitch?  

 

Thank you All. 

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It means you are in the queue.

 

1. Case is DQ'd by NVC.

2. Case the enters NVC queue for your consulate and waits at NVC.

3. Consulate informs NVC of available interview date for upcoming month.

4. NVC schedules interview when case reaches the front of the queue for that consulate.

5. NVC notifies person of interview date.

6. NVC then sends case to consulate.

After the interview is scheduled, it can take several days to several weeks for the consulate to receive the case.

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It means you have been DQ since October 17, 2020.  This is unrelated to your request for an expedite.  

FYI, there is really nothing to expedite.  You are waiting for an open interview slot.  

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@aaron2020 Hi appreciate your reply. So you mean there is no way the expedite request would be accepted? We had requested it for some reason at the end of my wife in states. NVC expedite department emailed us again after denying the request in the first place that if we want them to reconsider the expedite request we should provide them additional documents which we did. 

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7 minutes ago, Zahid Khan said:

@aaron2020 Hi appreciate your reply. So you mean there is no way the expedite request would be accepted? We had requested it for some reason at the end of my wife in states. NVC expedite department emailed us again after denying the request in the first place that if we want them to reconsider the expedite request we should provide them additional documents which we did. 

Is there some part of "nothing to expedite" you are not understanding?  Any further request for expedite would be with the Consular Immigrant Visa Unit.  Chances of success depend on your actual justification.  What is it?


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3 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Is there some part of "nothing to expedite" you are not understanding?  Any further request for expedite would be with the Consular Immigrant Visa Unit.  Chances of success depend on your actual justification.  What is it?

Hey that's harsh lol. Be nice. Well it was about my wife going through some personal issues in the states which should be a valid reason for Embassy to accept the expedite request, at least now that we have provided further documents that states the facts. 

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1 minute ago, Zahid Khan said:

Hey that's harsh lol. Be nice. Well it was about my wife going through some personal issues in the states which should be a valid reason for Embassy to accept the expedite request, at least now that we have provided further documents that states the facts. 

That's your opinion.  Communicate with the Consular IV Unit about it.  Maybe you're right.  If you want the opinion of the senior members here, you'll need to explain in more detail.


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3 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

That's your opinion.  Communicate with the Consular IV Unit about it.  Maybe you're right.  If you want the opinion of the senior members here, you'll need to explain in more detail.

Thanks. Will do. 

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4 hours ago, Zahid Khan said:

So you mean there is no way the expedite request would be accepted? We had requested it for some reason at the end of my wife in states

Expedite for what reason?  Waiting longer than you'd like is not a reason to expedite.  All the people ahead of you in the queue are in the same boat.

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Did you also receive the 2nd DQ message in your CEAC inbox or was it only emailed? 


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4 hours ago, Zahid Khan said:

Hey that's harsh lol. Be nice. Well it was about my wife going through some personal issues in the states which should be a valid reason for Embassy to accept the expedite request, at least now that we have provided further documents that states the facts. 

Be prepared for it to be declined, despite your belief that you have a strong and valid case. Maybe your wife’s issues are very serious and I am not suggesting that they are not. But from the perspective of the authorities, she lives in one of the most advanced countries in the world. If her issues are related to health, we have excellent doctors. If her issues are related to finances due to losing a job or something, we have unemployment insurance and welfare for that. If her issues are to do with her mental health, we have therapists for that.

 

What I am saying is, they will expect you to demonstrate what YOU can provide to alleviate her issues that cannot be provided by any organization or professional person in the United States. Usually the only thing that a spouse can provide that no one else can is love and emotional support and that doesn’t qualify for an expedite. I understand you want to be there for your wife. My husband lost both his father and his stepmother during our IR-1 process and I wanted to be there for him. If you are at the interview stage now the majority of the waiting is over. The end is in sight. 


 

 

 

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You should have also indicated that you are at ISL.  Be prepared for a very long wait after your interview.


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10 hours ago, Jorgedig said:

Expedite for what reason?  Waiting longer than you'd like is not a reason to expedite.  All the people ahead of you in the queue are in the same boat.

I understand that. But i believe request made based on health of USC is somewhat why they give us the option to expedite anyways. We are not trying to jump the queue for no reason. Other then that it's true that we are all in the same boat. 

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9 hours ago, angeljolie said:

Did you also receive the 2nd DQ message in your CEAC inbox or was it only emailed? 

I did. That's what made me confused and i was trying to explain people here. Everyone has their own opinion which i respect. But nobody really told me whether that is a Glitch or it actually means something. 

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