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Dear Editor:
My petition for my son for his immigrant visa was approved nine years ago, and I also received a notice from National Visa Center, Portsmouth, NH informing that they will notify me when the visa number would be available. After waiting nine years for the immigrant visa, I received from them two packets containing forms to be filled out which I had already sent them two months ago (completed Affidavit of Support Form I-864 and Form DS- 230 Part I along with supporting documents as directed in their instructions). I received a return receipt from the post office stating that the above materials are already delivered to them. The Department of State's Visa Bulletin as of July 9, 2003 shows that the immigrant numbers are already available for the applicants whose priority date is January 15, 1995 for F 2B category. My priority date is December 29, 1994. But, I have not yet received any information from NVC saying that they have sent my immigrant visa file to the respective US Consulate. Isn't it unfair and unjust that after waiting patiently for nine years and availability of an immigrant visa number, applicants are not yet guaranteed when their file will be sent to the the appropriate US Consulate?

Bal Mukund



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