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|Best stuff to bring to my interview in Montreal
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So I have read over the details on this website (which I keep thinking is not up to date) as well as all the information on the "Interview preparation" page at travel.state.gov
I still feel like I need more.
at this point we have collected:
joint bank accnt cheques (with each of our names on them)
pictures (dates and places written on the back)
emails (a few from each year of our 6 year relationship. Ones that mostly talk about trips to see each other or plans for holidays)
2 passport photos
all original documents
medical exam results
afidavid of support (all original documents)
I am also briging extra copies of all documents sent to NVC (just in case???)
(I wish I had more cards or letter but most are in storage...eeek.)
My husband had an interview with a seperate person early on in the process and he had sent in an original package that included more pictures, letters from family memebers stating our relationship was true and valid, some emails.
I was told that would be there when I arrived for my interview as well???
My husband will also be joining me at my appointment.
I may at this point just be going crazy feeling like I don't have enough. (My interview is on MONDAY!!!!)
Let me know if anyone has any more suggestions.
|CRBA for my son
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So I've been trying all day to contact the US embassy here without success and I need help.
My son is two months old and I'm trying to apply for a consular report of birth with the embassy but on the application it shows that the form must be filled out by the US citizen which is my husband and signed in front of them. He's actually in the army and is deployed so he can't be here for it.
I'm really confused and would appreciate if someone could help me out with what I should do.
Sorry if the answer is already somewhere on here but I just havent found it.
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