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Jamaica guide for NOA2 to Interview

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Hey folks,

Can you point me in the right direction to a guide or can someone who recently interviewed can fill me in on the process from NOA 2 to the interview? Everything you can share would be great!

I also want to know:

1. Do we need a case # for the non-impediment to marriage or can we request it now?

2. Do we need a case # for police record or can we request now?

3. Does the police record go straight to the embassy or must it be picked up/mailed to fiances address?

I know absolutely nothing about the next steps here, but I want to make sure that he has everything before his interview.

So you know what we've already prepared/are preparing -

1. He already has 3 years of tax transcripts and my 1040 and w2s from 2014.

2. I will mail him new intent to marry forms (mine and one for him to sign), my employment letter, pay stubs and affidavit of support.

3. He has all proof of our ongoing relationship from NOA1 to January

4. I'll also be sending him photos, boarding tickets and such from my trip to see him in Kingston two weeks ago. Along with any more proof from January to present.

5. I'm going to be at his interview so I may just bring all the above with me.

Ok. Please help it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

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You need to wait until he gets NOA2 to get the items because they are only good for one year, and processing times vary. You only need his passport, and other required items to get police certificate and non-impediment. You have to pick up police cert and non impediment and take to interview.

Here are the next steps, there maybe some changes, but this is the basics.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/520431-packet-3-check-list-as-of-october-10-2014-for-jamaica/

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/450989-updated-medical-appointment-information-jamaica/

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