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  1. I got my interview date today! CC: 01/30/18 Interview: 03/15/19 Embassy: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  2. We got CC January 30th. I hope that my interview will be in March. Please let me know when you have your interview, so I can have an idea when my interview will be!
  3. I also got case closed or "Documentarily Qualified" if you prefer. NVC Received: November 21st, 2018 Received Case Number: January 14th, 2019 Submitted Documents: January 16th, 2019 Case Complete: January 30th, 2019 Now it is time to wait a little more until the consulate interview.
  4. If you have a certified translation of your document, include a scan of the translation with the original (i.e. foreign language) document in a single file. Put the native-language document first, followed by the English translation. All documents not written in English, or in the official language of the country in which you are applying for a visa, must be accompanied by certified translations. The translation must include a statement signed by the translator stating that: The translation is accurate, and The translator is competent to translate. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/after-petition-approved/begin-nat-visa-center/ceac-faqs-2.html.html https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/collect-and-submit-forms-and-documents-to-the-nvc/step-5-collect-supporting-documents.html
  5. 2-3 business day. It took 2 business days for my case.
  6. I got my case number today. NVC Received Case: 11/21/2018. NVC# Assigned: 01/14/2019. Almost 8 weeks!
  7. My case was also received November 21st. I just called them and got the same answer. Hopefull we will get our case numbers by Monday.
  8. My NVC receive date is also 11/21. I called NVC to inquiry about the case number, and they told me that we will have our case number by next Wednesday the latest. I was afraid that they would say that the time estimate was affected by holiday seasons or government shutdown, but they are firm with the 8 weeks time frame.
  9. NVC received my case November 21st. I hope to get my case number within the next 2 weeks.
  10. You can always email the flight company and ask for a statement saying that you were in that flight. Just inform the flight number, your full name, date of birth and document used to board, it is pretty simple and most flight companies will answer in a matter of a few days. I still believe that pictures of you two in different times, locations and special occasions will always be better but you can get the statement from the flight company for peace of mind.
  11. case received on november 02nd and no case number yet My case was received November 21st. I had hopes that I would get my case number this week but if you guys are still waiting for yours I might only receive my case number next year.
  12. Based on the following I would just be sure that you still have a valid driver license from your country, as you are still not a resident from US. The State of California does not recognize an International Driving Permit (IDP) as a valid driver license (DL). California does recognize a valid driver license that is issued by a foreign jurisdiction (country, state, territory) of which the license holder is a resident. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/dl/dl_info#international
  13. You can always email the flight company and ask for a statement saying that you boarded those flights. You just need to provide simple information about your itinerary and they can confirm that you went there and left. Wish you luck with your process!
  14. Thank you, this will make the whole process easier. I was mislead about the state police website, where it says that their criminal history record check can be used for immigration purposes. But I guess "immigration purposes" can be extremely broad and might not include my situation.
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