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My question is should my wife need to bring original cpy of NOA1 and NOA2 on her interview or a photcopy will do?

I am making a copies and sending originals to my wife. Your wife will be allowed to keep the originals anyway, so she can bring them back with her when she comes.

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My question is should my wife need to bring original cpy of NOA1 and NOA2 on her interview or a photcopy will do?

No you do not need copies of the NOA1 or NOA2 for the interview. The embassy has your complete petition packet already, they HAVE your approval information.

Everything the embassy requires is in this letter: http://photos.state.gov/libraries/manila/19452/public/Revised%20K1%20Instruction%20Packet%20_3__rtf2_005.pdf

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I understand that NVC already have my documents, I just want to know what else should my wife bring to the interview besides from all the photocopies of all dcouments i sent to NVC.

I just looked at your timeline as your profile doesn't have your information. You are a IR/CR-1 so that letter I attached isn't of any value to you. Just the same you don't need the NOA1 or NOA2 at the embassy. What did NVC or the embassy send you as requirements?

Maybe this link will be of assistance:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html#9

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I just looked at your timeline as your profile doesn't have your information. You are a IR/CR-1 so that letter I attached isn't of any value to you. Just the same you don't need the NOA1 or NOA2 at the embassy. What did NVC or the embassy send you as requirements?

Maybe this link will be of assistance:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html#9

For me, I will send to my significant other the NOA2....I read on here that some consular officers are asking to see it, so why take the chance of her not having it?

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For me, I will send to my significant other the NOA2....I read on here that some consular officers are asking to see it, so why take the chance of her not having it?

Looking to see it? Never heard that one (:lol: ). Besides if they wanted to see it, they can see an original in your petition packet that is sitting on the desk in front of them.

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Looking to see it? Never heard that one (:lol: ). Besides if they wanted to see it, they can see an original in your petition packet that is sitting on the desk in front of them.

Oh really??? USCIS sends an I-797 to the NVC? I did not know that.

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Looking to see it? Never heard that one (:lol: ). Besides if they wanted to see it, they can see an original in your petition packet that is sitting on the desk in front of them.

But the original NOA1 and NOA2 are still in my hand.. I jsut gave them a copy of it..

So what you telling us, our wives just gona go to their interviews with their appointment letter and photocopies of everything we sent to NVC?

I'm Sorry if im getting annoying..

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But the original NOA1 and NOA2 are still in my hand.. I jsut gave them a copy of it..

So what you telling us, our wives just gona go to their interviews with their appointment letter and photocopies of everything we sent to NVC?

I'm Sorry if im getting annoying..

YOUR originals are still in your hands, your petition packet has them also.

Its two pieces of paper, if you really want to send them to your wife, attach them to an email... no big thing. I was simply saying they are not required or asked for by the embassy.

For what is required by the embassy follow the link I provided, its info for IR/CR -1

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