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  1. I just wanted to see if anyone had an idea of how long this step was taking these days. We (my wife is the applicant) are at the stage where our application is at the NVC. After uploading all the forms and supporting documents; the civil documents, actual visa application itself, affidavit of support, and my W-2's were approved very quickly, about a week later. However they requested I upload an IRS transcript for 2018, which I did, and it's been 3 weeks no with no word. It just seems weird that that one document would take so much longer to review.
  2. I had a similar situation with the I-130. Don't wait. Go ahead and use the form available. I did and it got approved just fine.
  3. Hello, This is my first time posting here. I am in the process of applying for my wife's Visa to come to the US and I am at the stage where you must submit the civil documents to the NVC via the CEAC site. All of them seems pretty clear as to what they want (marriage license, birth certificate, police records, passport biographic page) except for the one simply labeled "photographs". I tried calling but the recording just says to try again at another time. I tried the "ask NVC" link but I just get a standard "can't reach the page" type error. And incredibly, travel.state.gov seems to have helpful info on every other document type but this. I see no where else to turn so I decided to make a profile here since a friend recommend it and said it helped him a great deal. Does anyone know what photographs they are referring to? Do they simply mean passport-style photographs of the applicant? That would make sense because they do mention something like that in the original petition I filed months ago, but they say you needn't submit them if the applicant is out of the country, which is our case. I just wish this was more clear! Thanks in advance to anyone who can shed some light on this. Regards, Burt
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