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CG3

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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    New York City NY
  • Country
    Peru

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  1. As the title says, can we interview in the US rather than wait for an appointment at the embassy? My husband has a European passport and is able to visit on the ESTA. The current wait times at the embassy in Lima for a CR1 interview are over a year after being DQ'd. This is much too long for anyone to have to wait. Can we perform the interview at a local USCIS office?
  2. Ah, thank you for the clarification regarding K-1s and DQ. Ok, that's what I thought, but it appears on the FB group that folks with K-1s are getting the appointment significantly faster than those with CR-1s. Wanted to know if people here are experiencing the same, or if there is a way to validate the number of embassy appointments being scheduled, available, etc.
  3. Hi All, Does anyone know how long the backlog is at the embassy in Lima? Does the type of visa (K1 vs CR1) impact when an interview will be scheduled? I've heard that K1 interviews are being scheduled 1-2 months after receiving the DQ notification from the NVC, but that CR1 visas are delayed by more than a year. Is that possible? We were recently DQ'd in December, and I cannot imagine having to wait another year just for an interview.
  4. We got DQ'd! What a relief...submission date 09/23.
  5. Oh, that's strange. Try emptying your browser's cache. Still shows as 20-SEP-2021 for me.
  6. This may be the wrong thread, but does anyone know how to tell how long it will be until an interview is scheduled after DQ? The Visa Bulletin does not list Lima, Peru, and I have been unable to find any dates everywhere I searched in the forums. I'm hoping to get DQ'd this week *crossing fingers* and would like to get at least a rough estimate if possible.
  7. Another week into September. We're getting there y'all! Current case review time: As of 13-DEC-2021, we are reviewing documents submitted to us on 13-SEP-2021.
  8. Woot! NVC is officially in September y'all. "As of 6-DEC-2021, we are reviewing documents submitted to us on 7-SEP-2021."
  9. Thanks for making this thread! Submitted our last documents to NVC on 09/23/21. Few questions: Which date do we go by, the date on the DS-260 or the date we submitted the civil documents? Is the NVC a first-in/first-out process, or are there some individuals who are processed before the NVC Timeframe estimate (today listed as 08/25/21)?
  10. Sorry, I misinterpreted the documents. We have the Court Record, not the Police Record. Would that suffice for NVC?
  11. Hello, Does anyone know if NVC requires just the Police Certificate, or do they require Police, Imprisonment, and Court records? The document upload screen only says Police Certificate (Peru); however, in the Document Finder tool, the section states "Police, Court, Prison Records" and lists three separate documents: (https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Peru.html) Police Records Imprisonment Records Court Records Unclear here if only to submit just the Police Certificate (Certificado de Antecedentes Policiales), or if I need all 3 of them for the NVC? Thank you!
  12. If they ask for it again, would I have to restart the NVC process and pay the additional fees?
  13. Is it possible to submit the police certificate at the embassy rather than during the NVC process? The NVC is requesting a police certificate from Peru. However, my partner is currently visiting me in the US. Peru states he has to be present in person in order to request the police certificate and cannot do so while he is visiting in the US. Would there be an issue if we submit in writing this issue, with the hopes of getting the police certificate during the US embassy interview?
  14. Just received our NOA2 on July 19th after 286 days! It feels like the hardest part is over.
  15. I think you're right on the money about it never being transferred. I checked the original notice and the address listed is for the Texas Service Center. Never thought twice about it. Thanks for all the help and good luck!
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