What is my NVC case number?
After NVC receives your approved petition from USCIS, NVC creates a case file for you at the Department of State and assigns you an NVC case number. NVC will send you a letter or e-mail with your case number and a separate invoice ID number.
How do I send a message to NVC?
You will need to submit all your inquires through the Public Inquiry Form at https://nvc.state.gov/inquiry. You should only send mail to National Visa Center if explicitly instructed to through an email, telephone call, or letter from National Visa Center.
How long does it take for NVC to send welcome letter?
The NVC will advise you six to 12 months before your priority date is expected to be current by sending you a welcome letter. If you’re an “immediate relative,” or a visa is otherwise immediately available to you, the NVC will send your welcome letter shortly after it gets your file from USCIS.
What next after NVC accepted documents?
After NVC accepts your documents – which means you are in line for a visa interview – you may not delete anything that you submitted. If at that time you want to submit a new, replacement, or additional document, simply bring it to your visa interview for the consular officer to review.
How do I contact NVC by email?
National Visa Center (NVC): For NVC case-specific inquiries, you may call 603- 334-0700 or email [email protected]
How do I submit civil documents to NVC online?
To submit documents, log into CEAC and go to the “Start Now” buttons located under Affidavit of Support Documents and Civil Documents. When you have uploaded all the required documents for each section, press “Submit Documents”.
How do I write a letter to an immigration judge for a family member?
Begin the letter by introducing yourself by your full name. Tell the judge your age and family relation to the detainee. If you are a legal resident, tell the judge your immigration status. Explain to the judge how your family would be torn apart if your family member were to be deported.
How do I get in touch with NVC?
NVC Contact Information An automated recorded message system (24 hours a day, seven days a week): Live assistance from 7:30 AM to 12:00 AM (ET), Monday through Friday. The best time to call is between 8 AM and 10 AM or between 9 PM and midnight.
Is NVC currently scheduling interviews?
The National Visa Center (NVC) and Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) are scheduling interview appointments for new immigrant visa cases. The Embassy and Consulate General are also accepting appointment requests from boarding foil and returning resident permit applicants.
How do I contact NVC by phone?
Phone (for immigrant visa inquiries only): (603) 3340700. Customer Service Representatives can speak with you Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight EST, excluding holidays. Phone (for nonimmigrant visa inquiries only): (603) 3340888.
What is NVC welcome letter?
The welcome letter comprises fee invoices, case number, and the invoice number. These numbers are required to apply for your visa. Once you get the welcome letter, you’re ready to start applying for your immigrant visa.
How do I know if NVC received my documents?
You will need to log on to the Department of State’s Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC) at https://ceac.state.gov/IV to check your case status, pay any necessary fees, upload and submit documents, and read messages from NVC.
What happens after NVC completed case?
After NVC case complete, the CEAS case tracker will soon change from “At NVC” to “Case Complete”. Subsequently, your case is put in a queue to get an interview date scheduled at the US Embassy or consulate of your foreign spouse. After the interview is scheduled with the embassy, NVC sends your case to the embassy.
How do I write an expedite letter to NVC?
List NVC Expedite Request in the subject line and in the body of the email. List the beneficiary’s full name and date of birth in the body of the email. List the petitioner’s full name and date of birth in the body of the email. State why you want an expedite in the body of the email.
How do I contact NVC for welcome letter?
If you need to add, update, or change your contact information you can reach NVC at 1-or fill out the NVC online inquiry form. Once your priority date becomes current or you have received the welcome letter from the NVC, don’t let too much time go by before you take action.
How does NVC schedule interview?
NVC schedules interviews on a monthly basis. We receive each embassy’s list of available appointment dates and times, and we fill them in the order that cases became documentarily qualified, as long as there is an available visa number.
Where do I send my NVC documents?
Scan and save your financial forms and evidence, supporting civil documents, and translations as a PDF file. Then send them to [email protected] as attachments to an email.
How long does NVC review submitted documents?
Once a petition is received, it takes about 2 to 4 weeks for NVC to input data into its system and assign a NVC case number. Applicants should wait at least 6 weeks from petition approval before contacting NVC. NVC currently houses approximately 2.1 million physical files.
What is the email address for NVC?
To check the status of your application after receiving instructions from the National Visa Center, send an e-mail to [email protected], call in the United States (603) 334-0700, or write to: 32 Rochester Ave., Portsmouth, NH