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Electronic Packet 3 and DS-160

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My fiancé is in Colombia, and from everything I have read on VJ, the US Embassy in Bogota sends packet 3 electronically since the courier service in Colombia is not very reliable.

My question is does the electronica packet 3 come to me or my fiancé? Because only my email address is on the I-129F form.

Can anyone answer this for me, or if anyone with a Colombian fiancé who has gone through this process let me know how it happens?

My second question, according to the US Embassy Bogota website, K visa applicants fill out form DS-156, NOT DS-160, is this true? I have attached a screenshot from the website.

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ROC Timeline
01/22/2018 - I751 sent to CSC

01/24/2018 - Delivered to CSC

01/26/2018 - Check cashed

01/29/2018 - NOA received (dated 01/24/2018)

05/11/2018 - Biometrics letter received (dated 05/05/2018) - USCIS reusing old biometrics, no appointment necessary

08/17/2018 - 18 month Extension Letter received

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My fiancé is in Colombia, and from everything I have read on VJ, the US Embassy in Bogota sends packet 3 electronically since the courier service in Colombia is not very reliable.

My question is does the electronica packet 3 come to me or my fiancé? Because only my email address is on the I-129F form.

Can anyone answer this for me, or if anyone with a Colombian fiancé who has gone through this process let me know how it happens?

My second question, according to the US Embassy Bogota website, K visa applicants fill out form DS-156, NOT DS-160, is this true? I have attached a screenshot from the website.

Hi.

Your fiancé doesn't need to fill the ds156, the form ds 160 is mandatory to schedule an interview at the embassy, that information you found at the embassy website unfortunately has not been updated in a while. You need to follow the instructions from packet 3, see attachment (Sorry, is in spanish)

Here is the forum for k1 in Colombia where we can help you with any question. :)

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/473585-colombianos-con-visa-k-1-continuacion-7/page-78

Have a nice day!



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