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hello ,when i was in vietnam i thought i could go to the counslers office and get the 1-29f but as we were riding people would point and we was directed to a travel place a few blocks away from us couslers office where they help with forms and visa information it cost 200 us dollars and they also help with interview questions and make sure everything is in order.did anyone else go to this service ???if so what do you think about it .it gives my girl alot comfort to call them and tell them whats happening

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hello ,when i was in vietnam i thought i could go to the counslers office and get the 1-29f but as we were riding people would point and we was directed to a travel place a few blocks away from us couslers office where they help with forms and visa information it cost 200 us dollars and they also help with interview questions and make sure everything is in order.did anyone else go to this service ???if so what do you think about it .it gives my girl alot comfort to call them and tell them whats happening

From reading posts from my other Viet Nam brothers and sister out there, this was sort of a hit or miss thing when going to them. Your best bet is to get on our regional forums here and do searches as to how/what goes on during the HCMC process. There is loads of information there.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showforum=90

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This I-129F will be completed by the USC (American). Therefore, absolutely no need for getting helps from some vietnamese person at some "service" / coffeeshop!

If you are an american with a reasonable education (HS or GED), with helps from this forum reading the Guides/FAQ's, I believe you will be able to fill out the form and getting things ready to apply/petition for your fiancee's visa.

I really hope and strongly disagree with anyone who encourage our brother/sister to use the service/coffee-shop people in Saigon, near and around the consulate for help in anyway. Period! Anyone disagrees with me, please read up on Mike's story... where the so-called service took out his vital documents (divorce paper) from the "interview package", thinking "Oh, his fiance doesn't need this paper for her interview". Result: Mike's case is in BLUE-Slip Hell right now.

Green/Tran: read up on the Guides and FAQ's. Come back with lot of questions and I am sure people here will be more than happy to assist to their best and share their experience with you.

Good luck, and stay away from those "people who point"

chuck and kim

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"as we were riding people would point and we was directed to a travel place"

What people?

Probably people on the street as they saw that he was an American.

yes exacty i dont know how they knew but my girl was driving the moto bike and i was on back and every opne would point us where to go like they had been expecting us

This I-129F will be completed by the USC (American). Therefore, absolutely no need for getting helps from some vietnamese person at some "service" / coffeeshop!

If you are an american with a reasonable education (HS or GED), with helps from this forum reading the Guides/FAQ's, I believe you will be able to fill out the form and getting things ready to apply/petition for your fiancee's visa.

I really hope and strongly disagree with anyone who encourage our brother/sister to use the service/coffee-shop people in Saigon, near and around the consulate for help in anyway. Period! Anyone disagrees with me, please read up on Mike's story... where the so-called service took out his vital documents (divorce paper) from the "interview package", thinking "Oh, his fiance doesn't need this paper for her interview". Result: Mike's case is in BLUE-Slip Hell right now.

Green/Tran: read up on the Guides and FAQ's. Come back with lot of questions and I am sure people here will be more than happy to assist to their best and share their experience with you.

Good luck, and stay away from those "people who point"

chuck and kim

thanks chuck,at the time i didnt know about this site and we went anyways i was curiuos to see if any one else did

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BTW: you want to go to the CONSULATE and fill out the I-129F not the counsler nor the 1-29f. You'd never get your honey here HEHEHEHEHEE :D

So, are you straight now? got your petition filed? Keep us update ok!

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BTW: you want to go to the CONSULATE and fill out the I-129F not the counsler nor the 1-29f. You'd never get your honey here HEHEHEHEHEE :D

So, are you straight now? got your petition filed? Keep us update ok!

im glad you knew what i meant thats great thanks noa 2 sept 13 ill keep you updated you just try figure out what what im reallly sayn and let me know

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Green/Tran,

This forum will provide you more than enough information and get you to the whole process successfully just like ChuckandKim said. But if you decide to get service to get your fiancee some comforts if you can not be around her. I would recommend you and her to use the IOM service. My fiancee used them and they are very professional. You should not just listen to them. Read this forum and learn from all of us who have been gone through the process. That was what I did.

IOM Working Group, Ho Chi Minh City

1B Pham Ngoc Thach Street,

District 1.

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Tel: (+84) 8 8222057, 8222058

Fax:(+84) 8 8221780

Email: hochiminh@iom.int

Nhatrang.

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Forewarn: Nhatrang and Green, If you PM Mike72e, he will have something totally different to say about IOM. Just beware! IOM did toss out Mike's vital documents which he included in his fiance's interview package, since some of the IOM staffs did not know which document was what and why it needs to be included. Result: Blue Slip! Just beware!

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Forewarn: Nhatrang and Green, If you PM Mike72e, he will have something totally different to say about IOM. Just beware! IOM did toss out Mike's vital documents which he included in his fiance's interview package, since some of the IOM staffs did not know which document was what and why it needs to be included. Result: Blue Slip! Just beware!

I second that!!! PM me if you want the details.

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Forewarn: Nhatrang and Green, If you PM Mike72e, he will have something totally different to say about IOM. Just beware! IOM did toss out Mike's vital documents which he included in his fiance's interview package, since some of the IOM staffs did not know which document was what and why it needs to be included. Result: Blue Slip! Just beware!

I second that!!! PM me if you want the details.

thanks for letting us know :thumbs:

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