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Interview (Ciduad Juarez)

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Mexico
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HELP :help: I found out the interview date is Dec. 20th but my husband hasn't received the instruction packet or the appointment letter!! When I contacted the US Consulate they said he should be getting it but we only have a few weeks.

Any suggestions :blink: Who should I call or where should I look?

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HELP :help: I found out the interview date is Dec. 20th but my husband hasn't received the instruction packet or the appointment letter!! When I contacted the US Consulate they said he should be getting it but we only have a few weeks.

Any suggestions :blink: Who should I call or where should I look?

Some US Consulate, depending on country will allow you to come in and pick up the packet in person. You can call and ask.


05/07/2007 : I-129F Sent

05/29/2007 : NOA1

09/28/2007 : NOA2 (144 days from filing date)

11/02/2007 : NVC Received Case (35 days from NOA2)

11/06/2007 : NVC Sent Case to HCM Consulate

11/16/2007 : HCMC Received Case

11/17/2007 : HCMC Sent Packet 3

11/20/2007 : HCMC Received Packet 3

12/10/2007 : HCMC Called Fiancee (Packet 4 Sent + Interview Date)

12/18/2007 : Packet 4 Received

01/02/2008 : Medical Appointment

01/09/2008 : Interview passed!

01/29/2008 : Visa Received

02/02/2008 : POE @ SFO

Favorite Links:

K1 Process Flowchart

Vietnam Visa Seekers

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Country: Mexico
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same thing happened to me. my husband's aunt who lives in ciudad juarez was able to go pick up the papers with our case number, names, and address. (i think that anyone can do it.) it took all day, though. also, we could have gone a day ahead of time to pick them up early, but we would have to go on friday, as our appointment is on tues, but you need the papers for the medical on monday. (=pay 3 extra days in the hotel+food+more stress of not being at home) they will not email the papers, they will not send them in certified mail, and they will not fax the papers. i asked. :S

hope this helps!

cindy

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