San Francisco, CA asked in Immigration Law for California

Q: My husbands case was sent to NVC. Received 60 day period letter from NVC. Will we be getting interview by end of year?

03/2019 Pardon waiver approved

IR1- both in USA ( I’m a citizen asking for husband)

5/15/2020 Case sent to NVC and completed

5/28/21- received a letter from NVC that our case “ immigrant visa is documentarily complete at the National Visa center ...The next communication you receive from NVC will be either a notice that your appointment is scheduled, or if an appointment is not scheduled within the next 60 days, we will send a notice confirming that your case is still in line for an interview.”

Trying to financially and mentally prepare you think we will be getting a interview soon or by end of this year ?

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Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Traverse City, MI

A: There is no way to know/predict for sure because it depends on how busy the Embassy is and how fast they are working on catching up with their COVID caused backlog. You can call the Embassy where the file was sent to see if they will let you know the date of immigrant visa documentarily qualified applications they are processing right now and the period of time between that date and your date is generally the timeframe you will have to wait. Best wishes!

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