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DS261

#1 viki24

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 07:51 PM

 I am on the process of filling the ds261, but i am not sure   what is the answer. should i put the beneficiary name as applicant or petitioner?

 and  the yes or no question should i  answer  both NO?

   What if my answer is wrong what  going to happens?


Edited by viki24, 26 February 2014 - 07:52 PM.

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#2 Mahadi

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 05:55 PM

Dear Viki24,

Ans- NO, NO

Beneficiary Name to whom you apply for, I mean intending immigrant,

Answer Should be correct. If you give wrong information it will cause a great hassle for you.

Best of luck...
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#3 shonafahad

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Posted 01 March 2014 - 05:39 AM

Immigrant means a person residing in US who is calling someone at US. Applicant means benwficiary. Which question you are talking abt? Please write in brief regarding question. I can tell u right thing.
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USCIS Stage

05/22/2013- I-`30 Sent

05/24/2013 - Priority Date

05/29/2013- NOA 1 Hardcopy Received  

09/09/2013 - Transfer Notice: VSC to NSC

11/06/2013 - NOA2- Approved 

11/08/2013 - Case Shipped to NVC

11/11/2013 - NOA2 Hardcopy Received

NVC Stage

12/18/2013- Received Case Number & IIN (Recieved on phone: 12/17/2013)

12/19/2013- DS-261 generated & filled

12/20/2013- AOS fee bil generated & paid

12/24/2013- IV Pakcet fee bill generated

12/26/2013- IV Packet fee paid

01/04/2014- DS-260 filled & submitted online

02/04/2014 - AOS Packet sent

01/15/2014 - IV Packet Sent

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03/03/2014 - Received Checklist for AOS

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04/02/2014- Received CC Email

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