Godknowsus's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Wifey
Beneficiary's Name: Hubby
VJ Member: Godknowsus
Last Updated: 2020-05-19
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Timeline Comments: 9
Hello if you sent ds-260 or ds-261 form to nvc?
DS 260 is an online form that you need to fill out and submit online. You need to print or email the confirmation page at the end to take to interview.
Ok bro did u also sent to nvc relationship pictures or only financial stuff
I uploaded some of our photos together from last few years. ðŸ˜ it's sis btw
Thanks for helping me sis am just confuse in this stage of immigration. So all we need to submit affidavit of support, ds-260 and financial proofs right? Now nvc is slow because of coronavirus too do you recieve anything after submit to them?
Affidavit of support, IRS tax transcripts, pay stubs Ds-260, civil documents, photos I just submitted everything yesterday. I didn't receive anything yet. I think NVC processing will take about 10 weeks. Embassy phase will take forever I think.. esp with the current lockdown in India.. I'm not expecting an interview date anytime soon ðŸ™
My wife is almost going to submit soon thanks for your help now it'll take easily 7 months for interview before it was 4-5 from that time u submitted to nvc
You're welcome! Yea, unfortunately ðŸ˜©
Tanveer Singh on 2020-04-28 said:
Hey can you tell me how you scan and compress the documents for nvc
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