“Documentarily Qualified” is a classification given to cases in which the National Visa Center (NVC) has received all required information. This is an essential step in your immigration process. In order to achieve this status you or a representative must have submitted all Civil Documents, and the NVC must receive and process them. Once this has been done you will receive notification that you are Documentarily Qualified and will be able to continue with your case. The US Department of State has published a helpful guide to this process, describing how the NVC will work with you during your immigration process.
Becoming ‘Documentarily Qualified’
What does it mean to be ‘”DQ’d”?