1. What happens after my case goes to NVC?
NVC will request additional documentation from the applicant and petitioner if a visa number will be available for your petition. If a visa number is not available, NVC will hold your petition until a visa becomes available.
2. I have a family emergency and need an immigrant visa immediately. Is there a way to speed up the process?
If a visa number is available and your situation pertains to serious medical emergency, your case might qualify to be expedited. You must have proper documentation from the physician describing the life or death medical situation in order to be considered.
3. I went in for an interview for an immigrant visa at the U.S. Embassy but was refused. Is there a way to reverse this?
NVC cannot reverse a petition decision. You should contact the U.S. consular office where your case was processed.
4. I recently moved. What do I need to do?
You should update your information with NVC immediately to prevent any delays in your visa petition.