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                                          February 14, 2022
 

 

Hello all. Me and my fiancé’s case was approved by the USCIS and sent to the NVC in Kenya. We got a status update on January 19,2022 that our case is: 

“ready for an interview when scheduled at the US Consular section.” 
 
 

Can anyone clarify this message. I think it means that they have our case as once that will be review once we make it to the step in the process….??? Help please…!

 

 

Also, aside from the case status update (on January 19,2022) we haven’t received anything my mail or email on our case. STEP 3, according to the Immigrate Visa Process, is to pay fees. 
 

I’ve been trying to login to our application, but do the fees need to be paid first bc they are asking for the case number, which we have, and an invoice number, that we do not. 
 

So my question is 

 

Will we receive the invoice number after the payment and be able to proceed with logging in after or should we be waiting to hear from the NVC before anything? 


 

 

thanks in advance and best wishes to all 

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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NVC no longer has the case

follow the step by step instructions on the Kenya embassy site

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Supplements/Supplements_by_Post/NRB-Nairobi.html

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iran
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It means your case is ready at your embassy for interview, you need to wait for email instructions from US embassy in Kenya then you can complete your DS-160 and pay visa fee ($265) then make an appointment in link that will be provided in email instructions. 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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You can look at it now as it will help you know whats coming next but things do change, so be sure to follow the instructions in the consulate letter when it comes. If anything is different , follow the letter you receive over the info in the link 

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