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  1. Ahh.. I think interview letters come either at the end of the month.. I waited about three weeks for mine (7Nov till 30th Nov) In the meantime its best to get the medical booked and done so at least by the time you interview, the Embassy has all your medical info sent over.
  2. Dq: 7 Nov Interview letter: 30 Nov.. It was an email not a physical letter. You have to book your own medical and attend it sometime between DQ and your actual interview. I called visa medicals on 9 Nov and made a booking to come in for my medical on 21 December (excuse me for my mistake above where I said 20 December) Yeah it seems about 2 months from DQ to the actual interview..
  3. That's amazing! We were DQ November 7th. I immediately booked my medical on Nov 9th for 20 December.. Interview letter came Nov 30 for Jan 11.. I'm so glad to see timelines are improving.. Best wishes!
  4. Final submission to NVC: 22 Sept DQ: 7 Nov IL received: 30 Nov Medical scheduled for: 21 Dec Interview date: 11 Jan 2023
  5. Hi guys.. After a long back and forth with my GP, I finally got a response for my vax records request. But its just an Excel-style spreadsheet with my name on the top. No official letterhead or anything from the GP. Is that what its supposed to look like? They've been an absolute nightmare to deal with.
  6. Hi @Wuozopo I think you've answered this question for me before but I couldn't find the thread. Do I need all 3 doses of hep B by my medical? Also where can I get the Influenza shot? Should I just get them at the medical and save myself the hassle?? Those are the only two I need to get.
  7. Hi all. Just wanted to update you all. Finally got DQ. I-130 submission: 2 Feb 2022 I-130 approved: 24 April 2022 Submitted docs to NVC: 6 May 2022 RFE1: 18 July 2022 (Wrong AoS form submitted correct form same day) RFE 2: 19 September 2022 (Previously accepted tax exemption letter was suddenly denied, taxes filed and tax document submitted 22 September) DQ: 7 November 2022.
  8. Sorry if this is derailing, but can someone who has managed to get through to NVC share the number they used?
  9. According to the NVC timeframes documents are being reviewed within 1month and 29days of submission.. Hang in there!!
  10. All the best for next week hey. This waiting game is insane. But we have to keep at it to be reunited with our loved ones.
  11. No problem at all! First RFE in July: We had filled in i-1864EZ and they wanted i-1864 because they said he didn't qualify for EZ (even though we met all the criteria)... EVERYTHING else was accepted. Submitted i-1864 as told to do. Second RFE in September: The letter stating my husband's tax extension (which was previously accepted) was all of a sudden rejected. So we sorted that out and are now waiting.
  12. Hi all! I didn't see a September submissions thread on here so I decided to start one! We got RFE'd (twice now 😫 first in July and then in September) and submitted required documents on the 21st of September. If anyone else submitted in September, join the thread and let's keep each other company during this gruelling wait.
  13. I've just seen that now about needing only the 1st shot. Its true. I just happened to have the time to run around πŸ˜‚ Plus I'm a cheapskate so I didn't want to get Stateside and pay for something I could've gotten for free in the UK πŸ˜‚ Yeah talk to your doctor and get your boosters. Mind you, I made an appointment for my Varicella shot back in April for June. When June came, they told me I couldn't have it because apparently that's the same shot they're using for Monkeypox πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ. I have an issue in itself because I booked my medical before I got DQ because I was soo positive I'll get DQ before my medical... Now my medical is 18days away πŸ™†πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ™†πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ But you know what they say: Do as I say not as I do πŸ˜‚ This immigration journey is one full of twists and turns, (and money too!) I wish you the very best. Did you say you and yours are doing DCF?
  14. I've just seen you're in Germany, I'm in the UK. So maybe different.. But some require two doses (MMR), while TDap was only one shot. Then I also had to slot in my Covid shots (I had been avoiding it, silly, I know). So basically since March I had a shot every 3 to 4 weeks. But the TDap and 1st MMR I got together then after 4 weeks, got my 1st Covid. 3 weeks after that I went in for 2nd MMR, then after 3 weeks I got my 2nd Covid one. I just realised I need Hep B today when I read this thread πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ, so I called my GP and they made an appointment to see the nurse on Wednesday to get it. I am trying to avoid paying for them at the medical, because I can get them for free through a nurse at my local GP.. But, considering that at the medical you pay to get the ones you don't have, then I suppose you could get them all done at once. It's only just for me? They started as though I'd never had a single shot, for the sake of having my records ready for my medical.
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