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  1. Congratulations for your Visa . It is amazing that you got the Visa within 6-7 months of filing. What kind of Visa ? When did you appear for the Interview ?
  2. What is the latest update on the Judgement by Mr. Mehta , especially with respect to Family / Immediate Relatives catagory ? Are these still banned ?
  3. Hi Mary_ann ! How did you call NVC to clarify the matter ? What is the procedure and phone number ? Thanks .
  4. I understand that there is an EO banning certain categories including IR-5 till the end of 2020 . I now note that USCIS is still accepting I-130 for IR-5 . What is their intentions . Can we conclude that US Govt. will not extend the ban further after 2020 . If so , IR-5 filers can have hopes .
  5. I agree that POPSK only process the papers and Passport comes from RPO . The same way the papers can be submitted to and processed by POPSK and then the PCC can come from proper department by email or by Regd. Post , as passport is delivered . This will get rid of un-necessary running around . Any way , we have to accept it as it is . Thanks.
  6. It is surprising that when POPSKs can make a new passport which involves Police Verification , why for PCC one has to go to RPO only in another city . Thanks .
  7. As we know , passport can be made in all PSK and POPSK in various cities/ towns in India . But POPSKs (in Post Offices) working mostly in small towns are providing only Passport services and not PCC services, in Uttar Pradesh . As per the website , for PCC one has to go to the Regional Passport Office in another city. Has anyone got the PCC from any POPSK in UP recently ? Thanks
  8. I shall surely change the title or start a new thread as advised later. However , as I understand in most of the countries US Consulates are closed for Corona-19 Crisis. Secondly , For IR-5 interviews will not take place till end of this year as per the EO . In any case , we have to now wait ( ..... long wait ) . Any way let us be in touch . Thanks .
  9. Your getting DQed has raised my hopes that all IR-5 cases will be cleared at NVC stage . Subsequently we do not know as to what will happen till end of the year 2020 . Let us hope for the best . Good luck to all IR-5 cases .
  10. This thread is for Visa IR.5 / CR.5 only . Since you are seeking IR.5 , you join/follow -
  11. Wow ! Congratulations . If you have received any intimation/ email from NVC , please upload the same , hiding personal details . Please keep posted on further developements . Thanks .
  12. Congrats. Was this your first time submission of Docs to NVC or any additional Docs ?
  13. As we know , passport can be made in all PSK and POPSK in various cities/ towns in India . But POPSKs (in Post Offices) working mostly in small towns are providing only Passport services and not PCC services, in Uttar Pradesh . As per the website , for PCC one has to go to the Regional Passport Office in another city. Has anyone got the PCC from any POPSK in UP ? Thanks
  14. Applicants who got DQed in a day or a week could be very lucky and exceptional . For sure, our cases are on the other side and we should consider ourselves lucky if DQed in 2-3 months . Now let us analyse NVC timeframe . Quote - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/nvc-timeframes.html ; Current case review time: As of 13-JUL-2020, we are reviewing documents submitted to us on 11-APR-2020. Please note, as result of April 22, 2020 Presidential Proclamation, we are reviewing documents for cases not subject to the travel restrictions first. Un-Quote - “ We are reviewing documents for cases not subject to the travel restrictions first. “ This statement can be viewed in two ways - 1) If NVC considers documents (Docs) received on batch basis in a defined period , say in one month , then they will review Docs for (a) cases without restrictions first , as explained above . Subsequently , if time is left in that month then only NVC wil review b) cases with restriction ( e.g. IR-5 etc. ) . 2) In second situation , if Nos. of (a) cases without restrictions is quite large then NVC will go on reviewing such cases till 31st Dec 2020 . Later on b) cases with restriction ( e.g. IR-5 etc. ) will be reviewed . So there will be huge delay for b) cases with restriction ( e.g. IR-5 etc. ) . Any way I would like to know your comments and interpretation of the NVC statement , as above . Thanks .
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