NVC -CP- GC Tracker - page 36

I am starting a new thread to track cases from NVC - embassy to GC. The best news for RN in China, Phillippines and India has been great and informative thread, but I think it is more appropriate... Read More

  1. by   peanutRN
    hi sexy1958:-)..

    let's hope for the best..
    keep me posted..

    *kisses*
    peanut cecilio
  2. by   hael171972
    http://usembassy.state.gov/posts/rp1/wwwfvisa.pdf

    they posted new scheds..
    mine is not there yet....
    still waiting....:uhoh21:

    hael
  3. by   wellborn
    My case was completed January 23, 2006. Mine is not in the list also...
  4. by   kingof heart
    we have forwarded already our visa fee billls to our lawyer however we have not received yet the ds230 (part 1), my question now is : how many weeks upon its payment, NVC will send (part 1) of this barcoded sheet of ds230? tks!
  5. by   alb0103
    Hi, everyone! Im quite new here. I've been reading your messages for a couple of days now. Well, it seems most of us are in the same dilemma... still waiting for that interview date...I called NVC last night and my case was completed last March 29, 2006. Just want to ask if nvc case completion means that my case has been forwarded to manila us embassy with an assigned visa number?
  6. by   peanutRN
    Quote from alb0103
    Hi, everyone! Im quite new here. I've been reading your messages for a couple of days now. Well, it seems most of us are in the same dilemma... still waiting for that interview date...I called NVC last night and my case was completed last March 29, 2006. Just want to ask if nvc case completion means that my case has been forwarded to manila us embassy with an assigned visa number?
    hi alb0103,

    welcome! :-) it has not yet been forwarded to manila yet like the rest of us here waiting for the interview appointment dates.. i guess from the date of completion you still have to wait 3-4months or at the most 6 months for you to have a schedule... they are processing those already approved last december 2005-january 2006.. something like that.. try to read other threads so you'll have more idea about it.. again.. welcome!

    it's me,
    peanut cecilio
  7. by   sexy_1958
    hi everyone,
    I have a question..I'm scheduled to take the nclex in Guam this June. Do I still have to go to the US embassy to get a visa??..Can anyone please help and advice me on what to do especially those RNs who had their nclex in Guam please... Godbless.

    Sexy
  8. by   peanutRN
    Quote from sexy_1958
    hi everyone,
    I have a question..I'm scheduled to take the nclex in Guam this June. Do I still have to go to the US embassy to get a visa??..Can anyone please help and advice me on what to do especially those RNs who had their nclex in Guam please... Godbless.

    Sexy
    hi sexy1958,

    i took mine in saipan.. no need to get a u.s. visa there but just an entry permit.. but in guam, you will queue for a u.s. visa from the embassy here in manila.. i do not know the "how-to's" .. all i know is you must secure one since guam is a u.s. territory..

    anybody here who can help sexy! hello!! :-)
    goodluck on your nclex!

    its me,
    peanut
  9. by   alb0103
    Quote from peanutRN
    hi alb0103,

    welcome! :-) it has not yet been forwarded to manila yet like the rest of us here waiting for the interview appointment dates.. i guess from the date of completion you still have to wait 3-4months or at the most 6 months for you to have a schedule... they are processing those already approved last december 2005-january 2006.. something like that.. try to read other threads so you'll have more idea about it.. again.. welcome!

    it's me,
    peanut cecilio
    Thanks peanut!
  10. by   ann80
    hi there, i am quite new here.......boy, these site rocks!!!!!! I mean its really helpful and it gives you the assurance that YOU ARE NOT ALONE.....almost all of us are waiting or have waited. Anyway, my case is quite unique, my agency has paid my fee bill last feb, and i called NVC last week and guess what I found out?.....NVc told me that they do not have my ds230, so that means I have waited for almost 2 months for nothing :angryfire....I informed my agency about this and they let me fill up my ds230 again, which I already did last year:angryfire:angryfire:angryfire:angryfire...... ..........now I think I'm back to square one...ggggrrrrrr!!!!!.........to everyone HELP!...I think I"m stuck here in the Philippines!!!!
  11. by   Daning
    Quote from ann80
    hi there, i am quite new here.......boy, these site rocks!!!!!! I mean its really helpful and it gives you the assurance that YOU ARE NOT ALONE.....almost all of us are waiting or have waited. Anyway, my case is quite unique, my agency has paid my fee bill last feb, and i called NVC last week and guess what I found out?.....NVc told me that they do not have my ds230, so that means I have waited for almost 2 months for nothing :angryfire....I informed my agency about this and they let me fill up my ds230 again, which I already did last year:angryfire:angryfire:angryfire:angryfire...... ..........now I think I'm back to square one...ggggrrrrrr!!!!!.........to everyone HELP!...I think I"m stuck here in the Philippines!!!!
    You are not back to square one.

    Yes it's frustrating to know now that your DS230 forms were not submitted after all. But still this doesn't take out the fact (assuming your forms will be sent soon) that you are just 10-15 business days from case completion and around 8-13 weeks from Manila consular interview (based on average waiting time of posters in this thread). That's roughly 3-4 months and (hopefully) you'll soon have your visa.

    That's pretty soon already if you ask me. So, don;t worry much. All the best.
    Last edit by Daning on Apr 22, '06
  12. by   peanutRN
    i am boggled by the way an appointment interview is being given to us nurses.. is it based on your case number given by nvc or by the priority date provided by the uscis??

    it's me,
    peanut
  13. by   Daning
    Hi peanut!

    It's from the time NVC receives the compluted DS 230 forms and other required documents. After around 2 weeks, they will either "declare" your case completed or ask for additional documents (which is rare if you complied strictly to tehir letter) if necessary. Once completed, they will schedule an interview in coordination with the consular office of the applicant which in our case is Manila.

    It's not that complicated really once you get used to it and read the pattern in the posts in respectable fora such as this.

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