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Enii

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  1. 2 minutes ago, Kor2USA said:

    NVC takes the same amount of time for everyone. It doesn't matter where you are from. 

    The difference is NVC to Consulate stage. Some countries have a very big backlog while others have none. 

     

    Well, I was in contact with a lot of applicants from europe & I also read a ton of experiences on immigration facebook pages and there was literally no one who waited longer than 2 weeks so there is that. At the end of the day no one actually knows how is NVC doing their job.

  2. 1 hour ago, slammzJD said:

    What was your reason to expedite if you don't mind me asking? Our case is also at the  Zagreb embassy-wish we could just jump ahead to the interview after over a year of waiting already 😕

    I was already in the states a year before on my tourist visa. I got a thyroid medicine in the US because I was trying to get pregnant so I used that as a reason why I need to go back asap. But even before that NVC approved few of my documents in a just few days after I uploaded them. Do you know a reason why you are waiting for so long? 

  3. 20 hours ago, Mhaia26 said:

    I’m filling a form ds-260 and on my last page asking for password number and when I type my password number that appear on my passport ,it don’t go thru ,it showing red arrow. Pls help

    Passport number? It should go through, maybe you are typing in something wrong

  4. 1 minute ago, Marthaeu said:

    This is the process :

    *Case is DQ'd by NVC.

    *Case the enters NVC queue for your consulate and waits at NVC.

    *Consulate informs NVC of available interview date for upcoming month.

    *NVC schedules interview when case reaches the front of the queue for that consulate.

    *NVC notifies person of interview date.

    *NVC then sends case to consulate.

    After the interview is scheduled, it can take several days to several weeks for the consulate to receive the case.

    Yeah I know how that normally works.

  5. 1 hour ago, Greenbaum said:

    If it were me, I would pick up the phone and call NVC and determine what the issues are and what needs to happen to move your file to another embassy. Remember, you must be a resident of that "other" country for more than 6 months otherwise they will refuse your request. 

     

    Since you didn't include your "other" country by name, @NancyNguyen returned a blanket statement as to the current conditions of the embassies. What are the two embassies? Knowing that bit of information we can opine to help.

    I lived in Austria, my homeland is Croatia.

  6. 55 minutes ago, darth vader said:

    Did you send any evidence of bonafide marriage with the original petition? Interesting that you were able to successfully reply to RFE within one day! Do you mind sharing a more details? Thanks!

    Yes we uploaded house deed and prove of jointly held bank account with the petition. We replied on RFE with our pictures, I-94, prove of his health insurance I'm on..and again house deed and jointly held bank account.

  7. 9 minutes ago, NancyNguyen said:

    Of course it will delay your case significantly, your current consulate/embassy has its own backlogged line as well. Your petitioner needs to contact nvc immediately

    Those two embassies are in Europe and they don't have any backlogs, I'm just wondering if NVC would need long to change that and if that's why our case would be possibly delayed.

  8. Hi, I lived in another country when filing I-130. Shortly after, I moved back to my home country and also notified USCIS about it. Few days ago we got a welcome letter from NVC and when I logged in i saw USCIS did not change anything. Does anyone have any experience with this? I would like to change the interview location but I'm kinda scared it could delay our case for months, a least that's what I read.

  9. On 9/24/2020 at 8:24 PM, darth vader said:

    I am creating this thread so all Potomac filers from 2020 can connect here and we can get a clearer picture of what is going on at the Potomac service center. Apparently there have been folks from Feb, Mar and even Apr approved from Potomac while we are still seeing late Nov approvals.

    If you are a 2020 Potomac filer, please leave a comment about your case updates such as - transfers, date changes, on-paper or online application, and approvals.

    Priority date - 01/07/2020

    Request for initial evidence - 12/10/2020

    Evidence sent - 12/11/2020 

    Case is being actively reviewed - 12/14/2020

  10. So my husband and I have just received request for initial evidence today (intent to marry was bona fide). First question is can/should we upload that online over the USCIS account or mail it? In the notice states "Please submit your response by mail" but I've also seen you can respond to it on the account so I'm little bit confused. Second question I have is, what exactly should we upload/send as evidence? When filing the I130 petition, we have also uploaded proof of jointly held account as well as house deed. That's technically all we have besides pictures together, my plane ticket, stamps in my passport (I'm currently visiting my husband in the states). They are actually asking for the same documents we already uploaded when filing. Any help is appreciated, thank you ❤️

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