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Lackeisha876

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  • Location Kingston, Jamaica

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    Raleigh
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    North Carolina

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  • Immigration Status
    FB-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Vermont Service Center
  • Local Office
    Albany NY
  • Country
    Jamaica

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  1. Congratulations 🎈🎉🎊🍾 when did you receive the interview letter?! Expedite or regular? When is your DQ? OMGEEEEE
  2. Are you serious. Which one of the F categories? You need to call NVC immediately! 1 (603) 334-0700 Check your spam or junk folder as well because May 2020 was actioned last month at least! And you can join the group on FB, Jamaica NVC Process
  3. As at today, March 30, 2022, the JM US embassy is reviewing DQ cases from the NVC and as far as I saw, from June and July 2020 for F Categories. Have you received your interview letter? Interview time frame from IL receipt is 2-6 weeks. Don’t forget to check your spam or junk. Seeing too many instances of people missing interview letters because the email went elsewhere. Lol check under mattress if you must but please check! 😅😂
  4. Watching this space today to see if anyone NEW (been waiting at NVC) receives an interview letter. Please let us know if you don’t mind by sharing your visa category, DQ date. Anything else is bonus. We would have already deduced that your PD is current if you get an IL. Let’s gooooo
  5. What I can’t understand is how the US embassy in Kingston can state on two separate occasions that they’ve instructed nvc to schedule appointments for October and November yet the NVC is saying they haven’t heard anything from Kingston for new cases except expedites. That makes no sense. It was said on the radio and in the news paper. Who’s fibbing? Or who is failing to communicate? I just don’t get it
  6. Now waiting for these people who have been DQd, current and waiting to come and say they got their interview letter for October/November! So ready to celebrate that even though I don't think I would be apart of that batch for oct/nov. I am especially looking out for people in F11-F4 categories!
  7. Ladies and gentlemen... A tide is coming in... I'm sure everyone this process is essential to knows by now that as of October 1, 2021, any COVID vaccine recognised by the W.H.O. is a requirement for immigration. October 1 also marks the beginning of a new fiscal year for the DHS. The US embassy in Kingston has also shared on Nationwide News and in the AUSE column of the Jamaica Observer that they have instructed the NVC to begin scheduling appointments in October for cases that have been DQ'd, current and waiting. No word yet on whether or not the embassy will host a FB LIVE consular conversations to, again, drive home more confidence in the process and progress. I am relieved for this next page turning. I've been waiting almost nine years (F11). Now I'm awaiting patiently some sort of news that anyone who's been at the NVC forever has finally received an interview letter. These letters, I believe, are to go out this month. Maybe they have already. I don't know. Has anyone who has been DQ'd and current from March 2020 received an interview letter as yet from categories F11 - F4? And not as a result of an expedited approval, just the normal route? Also, word to the wise, Please go get vaccinated if you are still interested in immigrating. Or if you need an exemption from the requirement, work on it now. You don't want any further delays for your case that could be avoided. -Get all your other shots necessary. -Get latest tax returns from your petitioner. -If you lived in another country for more than six months, at least find out the process to request one so you can act quickly when your time comes. -If you received treatment for any ailment that could make you inadmissible under the INA, request those files from your doc/hospital. the medial physician will need it. And won't send over your medical results to the embassy unless they have it. -Also, inform yourself about what is considered a normal internal body temp to have. Ask what your temperature reading is right after it is taken. AMHUSM has asked people to go tested and refuse to send over medical until a PCR test is done. Feel free to add any other tidbits I haven't mentioned to ensure the process is smooth for all of us waiting. It's time to wrap this up.
  8. I’ve been away for a min but yes! They are finally expected to start taking new cases from the NVC come October. Please guys, join the community on Facebook it’s the Jamaica NVC Process group. Over 500 ppl and the interaction is heart warming.
  9. Yup. That is exactly all we can do. And also just live your best life in the mean time.
  10. I see. Funny enough, I got this 60 day letter as well Sunday night it seems. Woke up this morning to it. It is one of a few more to come I believe. We shall wait and see.
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