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I have a question on the OF-167 for Vancouver. Darcy and I are doing the finishing touches on his interview that is on Thursday. I was filling out the OF-167 and I didn't know what to put as his marital status. Under the line it says married/single. He is divorced. How should this be worded?

Thanks everyone!

P.S. Sorry I have been a stranger around here lately. We were in Disney World for 10 days! :wacko:

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I would put single - they can ask him further for clarification. GOod luck on your interview. I have mine in Vancouver on Wednesday, so I'll probably pass Darcy as he is walking in for his interview as we will still be kicking around on Thurday too. :P

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can you please tell me where you got the OF-167?

my interview is on the 16th of october in vancouver and i have no idea where to find it.

Have they sent you Packet 3 yet? The Vancouver consulate sends the OF-167 Attachment (the one they require) with the paperwork in Packet 3.

If you've received packet 3 and no OF-167 Attachment, I would email them to get it.

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can you please tell me where you got the OF-167?

my interview is on the 16th of october in vancouver and i have no idea where to find it.

yup, i got my package three at the end of august.

all that they sent was the checklist and instructions on how to obtain the DS-230 and DS-156.

nothing else.

they didn't say anything about the I-134 or the OF-167.

can you download the OF-167?

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I have a question on the OF-167 for Vancouver. Darcy and I are doing the finishing touches on his interview that is on Thursday. I was filling out the OF-167 and I didn't know what to put as his marital status. Under the line it says married/single. He is divorced. How should this be worded?

Thanks everyone!

P.S. Sorry I have been a stranger around here lately. We were in Disney World for 10 days! :wacko:

In case of, i would put on a separate sheet: divorced.

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hmmm, weird.

i emailed vancouver asking them about the OF-167 and I-134 and they said that i didn't need these forms.

i am confused.

do K-3 visa applicants even need these at the interview?

K3 only needs the I-134 to the best of my knowledge. That's all we used == got our Visa. However our interview was in Montreal.

I'd email them again or phone.

Edited by Buttons

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hmmm, weird.

i emailed vancouver asking them about the OF-167 and I-134 and they said that i didn't need these forms.

i am confused.

do K-3 visa applicants even need these at the interview?

I'd say no. I emailed Vancouver asking the same question, and they said those forms aren't needed for the K3. They aren't included on the K3 checklist, either.

Good luck at your interview! :thumbs:

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hmmm, weird.

i emailed vancouver asking them about the OF-167 and I-134 and they said that i didn't need these forms.

i am confused.

do K-3 visa applicants even need these at the interview?

I'd say no. I emailed Vancouver asking the same question, and they said those forms aren't needed for the K3. They aren't included on the K3 checklist, either.

Good luck at your interview! :thumbs:

The OP is on K-1; for more infos, the Examples forms on the Menu here above, helped me to see the forms needed for each type of Visa.

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Okay we are scrambling to get everything completed for Darcy's interview. I have one final question. Does he need to take the entire copy of the original submission of the I-129F? I wasn't going to send it with him since he already has two binders of stuff to take.

Thanks,

Jen

Edited because I accidentally put this in my original post and not as another question...... :wacko:

Edited by jen&darcy

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I would take it !!!! Just in case. And the binders might slow him down going through security. I just put all of our stuff in a pile, tabed with a elastic around it in a plastic shopping bag. We got right through while others had to wait to be searched. Just a thought !

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I would take it !!!! Just in case. And the binders might slow him down going through security. I just put all of our stuff in a pile, tabed with a elastic around it in a plastic shopping bag. We got right through while others had to wait to be searched. Just a thought !

Thank you! I binder clipped it all together. :)

Now we just have to figure out how to calm our nerves for two days! :P

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I would take it !!!! Just in case. And the binders might slow him down going through security. I just put all of our stuff in a pile, tabed with a elastic around it in a plastic shopping bag. We got right through while others had to wait to be searched. Just a thought !

Thank you! I binder clipped it all together. :)

Now we just have to figure out how to calm our nerves for two days! :P

Just relax this is the easiest part of the whole process !!!! Enjoy Vancouver !!!!

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