should I send them the rest of the documents they need and payment or wait a little longer for them to email me
Slow down. This process takes a long time. Be patient and wait for them to contact you in a few months.
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The "NVC", in case you haven't already noticed, is akin to a "sinking ship" - very low budget left, apocalyptically ever increasing case load; very low morale & apathy among its employees.
Consequently, don't "bother" them - they will not pay any attention nor will that move the proverbial "needle" by even one tenth of a millimeter... Simply relax and wait for them to contact you when the time comes - which will be many months from now.
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