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NVC - Is there any case number to track application with NVC

I am a Nigerian my brother who is a Citizen in the United State filled L130 for me and it was approved from USCIS on the 30th of Aug this year and forwarded to NVC, i want know if i can track the application with and how long does that take to send the me the form to fill for interview date with the embasy in Lagos Nigeria
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No, you cannot track progress at NVC.

You can check the visa bulletin to see how long your category is estimated to take until your priority date becomes current. The I-130 approval date is not really important...it's the I-130 filing date that's important.

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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.
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The NVC will get in touch with you about a year before the priority date becomes current.

Did you look at the Visa Bulletin as I suggested, to see what the backlog is in the sibling category?

You also might want to correct your profle to say "IV" (Immigrant Visa) rather than AOS/I-130 which means adjustment of status from within the USA.

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how would i trace the visa bulleting stuff and also where can i change my profile to L130 immigrant visa.
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how would i trace the visa bulleting stuff and also where can i change my profile to L130 immigrant visa.

Visa Bulletin website: http://travel.state.gov/visa/bulleti...etin_5197.html

You can change your profile the same way you set it up originally, I would imagine.

By the way, it's I-130 (not L-130).

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puru444;79588Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

are you for real dude!

Did you understand his question.He does not need you telling him he has 10-11 years for a visa # to be available.He has not provided his PD so you dont know whether it is current or close to be current.Dont put people down like this dude,not cool.
"pssh no need to worry about your NVC case# right now,you got 11 years to wait"
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

Hey brother how are you doing today if F4 category that much time I was thinking that how much time does urs mine F2B category takes from filing a petition till getting a immigration visa?. Guess that in old time frame where dates moves slowly and also in modern scenario where dates moves much faster.
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puru444;79588Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

are you for real dude!

Did you understand his question.He does not need you telling him he has 10-11 years for a visa # to be available.He has not provided his PD so you dont know whether it is current or close to be current.Dont put people down like this dude,not cool.
"pssh no need to worry about your NVC case# right now,you got 11 years to wait"



Mr. donddon

U need to check his comments and should understand them properly before giving me these advices. He wanted to know the average waiting time of F4 category, i told him the basic idea or the average waiting time which is 10-11 years and it is not a LIE or i am not supposed to misguide someone.


Here, my previous comment on which u have raised an objection, u need to go through it again:

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category,
(This was regarding his case wat he mentioned already first)

it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.
(This was regarding F4 category which is usually takes 10-11 years (Source: Visa Bulletin Archives, NVC knows better than us.))

U need to read whole thread again including his all comments before giving me ur WISE ADVICE. Thanx n have a nice day.
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

Hey brother how are you doing today if F4 category that much time I was thinking that how much time does urs mine F2B category takes from filing a petition till getting a immigration visa?. Guess that in old time frame where dates moves slowly and also in modern scenario where dates moves much faster.


Hey buddy, im good. Wassup?? Well, consider both scenarios (Slow and fast movements) i consider mine to be done somewhere between 1st quarter to 3rd quarter of 2012. U can make ur own on this rough estimate.
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

Hey brother how are you doing today if F4 category that much time I was thinking that how much time does urs mine F2B category takes from filing a petition till getting a immigration visa?. Guess that in old time frame where dates moves slowly and also in modern scenario where dates moves much faster.


Hey buddy, im good. Wassup?? Well, consider both scenarios (Slow and fast movements) i consider mine to be done somewhere between 1st quarter to 3rd quarter of 2012. U can make ur own on this rough estimate.
Mine is coming in the first month of 2013 if date moves for 2 months after every month, on this base I calculate this time. What ratio u calculate for each month movement in ur estimate?.
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

Hey brother how are you doing today if F4 category that much time I was thinking that how much time does urs mine F2B category takes from filing a petition till getting a immigration visa?. Guess that in old time frame where dates moves slowly and also in modern scenario where dates moves much faster.


Hey buddy, im good. Wassup?? Well, consider both scenarios (Slow and fast movements) i consider mine to be done somewhere between 1st quarter to 3rd quarter of 2012. U can make ur own on this rough estimate.
Mine is coming in the first month of 2013 if date moves for 2 months after every month, on this base I calculate this time. What ratio u calculate for each month movement in ur estimate?.


My estimations are based on very lengthy and typical statistical approaches, but here i can give u the averages of F2b in 2008 (1.3), 2009 (1.5) and 2010 (3.5) = 2.1 Ur estimate is quite accurate, but take it as 2.5 from now on, because FY 2008 and 2009 was a beginning of the speedy process whereas FY 2010 responsible for a big time hunter alone I think in worst scenario, FY 2011 will end with 2.5 at least, but its better if we interpret less rather than more which sounds realistic and avoid the disappointments. Lets c wat happens in New Year
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Rene, i am the application while my brother is the one that filled the application, do u know how long those that take before NVC can communicate anyone of us both the application and petitioner

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

Hey brother how are you doing today if F4 category that much time I was thinking that how much time does urs mine F2B category takes from filing a petition till getting a immigration visa?. Guess that in old time frame where dates moves slowly and also in modern scenario where dates moves much faster.


Hey buddy, im good. Wassup?? Well, consider both scenarios (Slow and fast movements) i consider mine to be done somewhere between 1st quarter to 3rd quarter of 2012. U can make ur own on this rough estimate.
Mine is coming in the first month of 2013 if date moves for 2 months after every month, on this base I calculate this time. What ratio u calculate for each month movement in ur estimate?.


My estimations are based on very lengthy and typical statistical approaches, but here i can give u the averages of F2b in 2008 (1.3), 2009 (1.5) and 2010 (3.5) = 2.1 Ur estimate is quite accurate, but take it as 2.5 from now on, because FY 2008 and 2009 was a beginning of the speedy process whereas FY 2010 responsible for a big time hunter alone I think in worst scenario, FY 2011 will end with 2.5 at least, but its better if we interpret less rather than more which sounds realistic and avoid the disappointments. Lets c wat happens in New Year
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thank you all, with the latest calculation for F4 in 2009 it can not be 10 years again it will be lesser than 10 years?
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thank you all, with the latest calculation for F4 in 2009 it can not be 10 years again it will be lesser than 10 years?

Yes, but no body knows what will happen in future so don't be sure about this timeline it could be increase or decrease by 1-3 years.
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puru444;79588Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

are you for real dude!

Did you understand his question.He does not need you telling him he has 10-11 years for a visa # to be available.He has not provided his PD so you dont know whether it is current or close to be current.Dont put people down like this dude,not cool.
"pssh no need to worry about your NVC case# right now,you got 11 years to wait"

Again....So what is his priority date??



Mr. donddon

U need to check his comments and should understand them properly before giving me these advices. He wanted to know the average waiting time of F4 category, i told him the basic idea or the average waiting time which is 10-11 years and it is not a LIE or i am not supposed to misguide someone.


Here, my previous comment on which u have raised an objection, u need to go through it again:

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category,
(This was regarding his case wat he mentioned already first)

it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.
(This was regarding F4 category which is usually takes 10-11 years (Source: Visa Bulletin Archives, NVC knows better than us.))

U need to read whole thread again including his all comments before giving me ur WISE ADVICE. Thanx n have a nice day.
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puru444;79588Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category, it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.

are you for real dude!

Did you understand his question.He does not need you telling him he has 10-11 years for a visa # to be available.He has not provided his PD so you dont know whether it is current or close to be current.Dont put people down like this dude,not cool.
"pssh no need to worry about your NVC case# right now,you got 11 years to wait"

Again....So what is his priority date??



Mr. donddon

U need to check his comments and should understand them properly before giving me these advices. He wanted to know the average waiting time of F4 category, i told him the basic idea or the average waiting time which is 10-11 years and it is not a LIE or i am not supposed to misguide someone.


Here, my previous comment on which u have raised an objection, u need to go through it again:

Ur petition is approved and now at NVC under F4 category,
(This was regarding his case wat he mentioned already first)

it takes usually 10-11 years in getting visa or interview at ur consulate.
(This was regarding F4 category which is usually takes 10-11 years (Source: Visa Bulletin Archives, NVC knows better than us.))

U need to read whole thread again including his all comments before giving me ur WISE ADVICE. Thanx n have a nice day.

so if the good sir has not furnished you with his priority date how then would you conclude he has 10-11 years to wait,note if you read his post,he is not asking how long he has to wait for his case to be completed....understand the question.forms my friend forms,how long does it take for NVC to send forms,get it?
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