Hello Everyone, anyone waiting to hear from US embassy in Kathmandu regarding immigrant visa? my case is F21- Spouse of permanent resident and have been waiting from mid- 2019. Case is documentary qualified from NVC in March 2021.
Please share your experiences
Family based Green Card - for parent - NVC Invoice Number - what is it?
Thank you for looking at the question here.
I am US Citizen and have filed for Green Card for my father.
I-130 is approved.
I received email from NVC with subject being 'BMBxxxxxxxxxx: Introduction to Document Collection' in September this year.
What I am not able to find is NVC Invoice Number, how will I receive it and when will I receive?
What is next step? I know I need to pay fees but it needs Invoice Number and I don't have it yet I think.
I would really appreciate if someone can help share their experience and/or expertise.
our issue that, my father was died and he is my sponsor, but issue is that, NVC want my all documents, and they also give a option, if sponsor(my dad) are not able in affidavit supporting letter, so I can attach in my case joint sponsor, on NVC official website are uploaded this situation,
My question is that, just suppose I will take a joint sponsor and submit all documents to NVC, what should guarantee they will issued my visa,
Because my case approve since 2009, I’m already to much wait for that day,
My joint sponsor is my 2 brother, and my families also live in America since 1980
I’m waiting your kindness reply,
How Obtain birth certificate from Saudi Arabia for non Saudi national from overseas
I am an Indian National born in Saudi Arabia. We migrated back to India when i was 3 years old. The birth certificate i had with me was issued by Indian consulate in Saudi Arabia. I had never seen my birth certificate issued by ministerial agency of civil affairs in Saudi Arabia ( The Arabic birth certificate). Either my parents thought its irrelevant they only kept my birth certificate issued from Indian consulate in Jeddah. I didn't had any problems until i file my application for CR1 visa. USCIS only accept birth certificate issued by ministerial agency of civil affairs. My father passed away few years back and my mother left us when i was 7 years old. I had no idea about the details of my birth to obtain the birth certificate. I didn't even know which hospital i was born. I tried to explain to USCIS writing a letter regarding the issue i am facing but also rejected. They were asking to submit original birth certificate from ministerial agency of civil affairs. During this COVID time there is no away i was able to travel to Saudi Arabia. I tried to contact Saudi embassy in Washington, Saudi embassy in Delhi as well as Singapore were i am currently residing unfortunately i didn't received any helping hands from anyone. I tried sending email to each embassy for continues 6 months but i didn't received any reply.
So i tried to find my mother who i believed was working in Saudi Arabia. I got her contact and I explain my desperate situation to her asked for help. kindly she said she will do what ever she can. We were running out of time because it was almost 7 months already after I received notification from USCIS to upload my civil document. after another 6 months of her hard work she able to copy of my lost birth certificate. NVC accepted the document as well. I wanted to write down the steps for obtaining the certificate. It is so complicated & will take another 2 or 3 paragraphs at least. Who ever need to know please feel free to contact me. I am writing this here because I was not able to find any information from internet regarding this. I was do desperate and my visa was on stand still due to this crisis. If you too also having the same issue don't worry you will be able to obtain your birth certificate.
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