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Good Afternoon,

My fiancé called nvc because he didn't receive any letter..However they provided him with case number and invoice number and told him that documents have been sent to Kingston embassy..I'm from Jamaica can anyone tell me what's the next step to take?

I do await your prompt response thank you.

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~Moved from K1 Process to Caribbean Regional Forum~

~At this stage of the process instructions/requirements can be embassy-specific~


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Complete the DS-160 at this link: https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/

Email the Kingston Embassy (kingstonIV@state.gov) with your Case Number, Petitioner and Beneficiaries Name asking for the steps for completing the K-1 process at the Embassy. They should email you back with in a day or so with the generic instructions.

The basic outline: You will go online (https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-jm/iv/users/sign_in) pay the fee and schedule your interview and then schedule a medical appointment (Andrews Memorial Hospital), attend your medical and pickup the results a couple days before your interview and then go to your interview and wait for your visa. The checklist they send you is to really make sure you have everything you need at the interview.

It's very simple and everything will go really fast as long as you have all documents you need, so be ready! Good Luck!

Ashley


K - 1 Fiance Visa Process (I-129F Petition)

(L) Engaged (L) - March 22, 2015

K-1 Petition Sent (via USPS) - April 10, 2015

K-1 Petition Received - April 15, 2015

NOA1 (Email & Text) - April 16, 2015

NOA2 (Email, Text & App Notification) - May 22, 2015 (37 LONG Days from NOA1) :dance:

NOA2 (Official I-797 via Mail) - May 29, 2015

NVC Received (Phone Verification) - June 10, 2015

NVC Issued Case Number (Phone Verification) - June 11, 2015

Left NVC (Phone Verification) - June 15, 2015

Consulate Received (CEAC Website) - June 16, 2015

Emailed for Packet 3 - June 16, 2015 (US Immigration Computer Glitch Era: 6/9-6/23)

Emailed for Packet 3 - June 23, 2015 (2nd Attempt)

Received Packet 3 (via Email) - June 24, 2015

Scheduled Interview & Medical - June 24, 2015

Medical Appointment - July 3, 2015 (Medical Paperwork Picked-up 7/15/15)

Consulate Interview - July 17, 2015 (Approved) :dancing:

CEAC Web Status Update: "Ready" Case Created Date: Case Updated 7/20/2015 (Non-Immigrant Visa Application)
CEAC Web Status Update: "Administrative Processing" Case Updated 7/22/2015
CEAC Web Status Update: "Issued" Case Updated 7/24/2015 :dancing:

Department of State email stating Visa documents are at DHL Kingston ready for pickup - July 28, 2015 @ 5:45PM

Documents Transferred to Montego Bay, Jamaica for pickup w/DHL - July 29, 2015 (Called DHL Kingston to make request; Will be available 7/30/15)

Visa in Hand at DHL Montego Bay - July 30, 2015 @ 1:30PM :dance:

US Entry (IAH - Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport) - August 8, 2015

Court House Marriage - September 1, 2015

Applied for Social Security Card (In-Person in Houston about an hour wait) - September 1, 2015 (No Issues)

Adjustment of Status Process (I-485, I-131, I-765)

Sent I-485, I-765, I-131 (via USPS) - October 1, 2015

Applications Received - October 5, 2015

NOA1 (Email & Text) - October 8, 2015

NOA1 (Hard Copy) - October 13, 2015

Biometrics Appointment Letter Received - October 19, 2015

Biometrics Appointment - October 30, 2015

Wedding Ceremony - October 31, 2015

Service Request - December 28, 2015 (Called USCIS to check status of I-765 (Work Permit), representative put in Request for update since we were approaching 90 days)

New Card Is Being Produced (Text & Website) - December 30, 2015 (Status Update for Green Card (I-485) Case) :dancing:

Case Was Approved (Text & Website) - December 31, 2015 (I-485 Case)

Card Was Mailed (Text & Website) - January 5, 2016 (I-485 Case)

Green Card Received (USPS) - January 8, 2016 :dancing: :idea: :dancing: :no: :thumbs: :yes: :dance: :jest:

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Hello everyone. My fiancé and i got our NOA1 about a week ago after filing at. The end of July so We are happy to have had some progress.I am from Jamaica and i know I will need a certificate of no impediment to marriage as one of the documents I must obtain for my interview when the time comes. Just gathering info here:

What do I need to provide to the RGD in jamaica to obtain the certificate of no Impediment?

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