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First time poster here looking for some help from folks that have gone through the immigration process to the US.

 

My wife and I submitted my I-130 application more than a year ago (receipt date of Jan 27, 2020) and was at the Nebraska processing centre, if memory serves me well.

My wife and I have been residing in Canada for quite some time now (she is a US citizen, I am a Canadian citizen) and have been married for almost 3 years now.

 

We submitted our supporting docs (AOS, Financial support with a co-sponsor, RCMP background check, etc) back in June/July of 2020. I don't recall receiving any correspondence from USCIS since that submission and wondering if we should be worried or if things are just this delayed due to COVID (or due to "normal" processing times).

 

If I login to CEAC, it just says our documents are submitted and both fees are paid and that the case is at NVC.

 

We're growing worried that things have hit some roadblock at this point, but again, hoping someone that has gone through this experience can shed some light.

 

Thank you.

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1 hour ago, SoLongWaiting said:

First time poster here looking for some help from folks that have gone through the immigration process to the US.

 

My wife and I submitted my I-130 application more than a year ago (receipt date of Jan 27, 2020) and was at the Nebraska processing centre, if memory serves me well.

My wife and I have been residing in Canada for quite some time now (she is a US citizen, I am a Canadian citizen) and have been married for almost 3 years now.

 

We submitted our supporting docs (AOS, Financial support with a co-sponsor, RCMP background check, etc) back in June/July of 2020. I don't recall receiving any correspondence from USCIS since that submission and wondering if we should be worried or if things are just this delayed due to COVID (or due to "normal" processing times).

 

If I login to CEAC, it just says our documents are submitted and both fees are paid and that the case is at NVC.

 

We're growing worried that things have hit some roadblock at this point, but again, hoping someone that has gone through this experience can shed some light.

 

Thank you.

The good news is that your case is at NVC. Unfortunately you will have to wait for an interview to be scheduled for you. Every embassy is not working on the same schedule. What I mean by this is, the US embassy in the country where you’ll be interviewing will still need to follow the rules of the country especially during COVID. Your embassy could have less people working, or they are scheduling interviews that were cancelled back when COVID started. One thing I have learned about immigration is things can change weekly. I hope you get your interview scheduled soon.

Edited by Trish and Oli

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16 hours ago, SoLongWaiting said:

First time poster here looking for some help from folks that have gone through the immigration process to the US.

 

My wife and I submitted my I-130 application more than a year ago (receipt date of Jan 27, 2020) and was at the Nebraska processing centre, if memory serves me well.

My wife and I have been residing in Canada for quite some time now (she is a US citizen, I am a Canadian citizen) and have been married for almost 3 years now.

 

We submitted our supporting docs (AOS, Financial support with a co-sponsor, RCMP background check, etc) back in June/July of 2020. I don't recall receiving any correspondence from USCIS since that submission and wondering if we should be worried or if things are just this delayed due to COVID (or due to "normal" processing times).

 

If I login to CEAC, it just says our documents are submitted and both fees are paid and that the case is at NVC.

 

We're growing worried that things have hit some roadblock at this point, but again, hoping someone that has gone through this experience can shed some light.

 

Thank you.

Did you receive an email from the nvc saying you’re documentarily qualified? If not, You should call the nvc and ask about the status of your case.

Edited by SASAS

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2 hours ago, SASAS said:

Did you receive an email from the nvc saying you’re documentarily qualified? If not, You should call the nvc and ask about the status of your case.

No, I didn't receive anything of that nature, I figured things are behind due to COVID, but I just submitted an email request to Ask NVC to see request an update on the case since it's been so long. 

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