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I would submit what she has and take the federal to the interview just to move the case along. If the NVC is not satisfied with what is sent in, they will let you know. If course, that can delay the case another month or so. So it really depends on what is more important to you, the slight risk of delay or the inconvenience of the trip to D.F. As far as the time it will take to get the appointment, that is not easy to say because each Embassy or Consulate has different time schedules and may be more busy than another. I would roughly say 1 to 3 months.
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And as to the interview, they most likely will not let you into the interview, but you can ask and she can certainly make them aware that she needs special accommodations.
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