So my wife is in Pakistan and I am at the stage where I have to fill out the DS-260 application form. I have already payed the AOS and IV fees. After I electronically file the DS-260 application, I will send the AOS package and then the civil documents.
I have had many question and I have tried to contact the NVC at least 50 times but I can never get in touch with them. I call them at this number 603-334-0700 with no success. Is there a certain time to call them? I don't understand, as soon as I try to call the phone hangs up. This is really frustrating.
They finally answered an email of mine literally after 6 weeks about something else in the past.
Anyways I have some questions if someone can please help me it would be much appreciated and I have used the Google search feature but not much success there either.
I was wondering if I the petitioner can fill out the DS-260 and does it matter if I click on (1st page in sign in options menu) filing as applicant or petitioner? Between me and my wife, its just easier if I do it and I prefer to do it anyways. Also, if I fill out the form as the applicant even though I am the petitioner, will the NVC trace my IP adress and see that I actually submitted it instead of my wife? When I filled out the contact of agent form, I did it as the applicant (for my wife) on my computer and so far everything seems okay but I want to double check this since now this is an actual application.
My next question is the personal information talking about the U.S citizen or the immigrant. There is a personal information 1 as well as a personal information 2 so is this for the same person or does it consist of each one of us?
My biggest problem with this application is that it doesn't clarify who's information it needs mines or my wife's?
For example when it asks for the present address and mailing/permanent address who's address does it want?
I am assuming the family portion is asking about my wife's (immigrant) family?
Previous U.S travel would be asking about my wife of course correct?
Since were unsure what my wife's career will be, can we put student down since there's a good chance she will finish college here?
My wife hasn't had vaccinations since she was a 1 year old infant so will this matter when they ask this question?
Do you have documentation to establish that you have received vaccinations in accordance with U.S. law?
I read on this forum that its good to put down no and write in the explanation box that vaccinations will be provided after medical test at my country's embassy.
I don't understand this question.
Do you seek to enter the United States for the purpose of performing skilled or unskilled labor but have not yet been certified by the Secretary of Labor?
Of course my wife seeks to enter the U.S and obviously she can't work until she gets a social security number and approved to come to the U.S. Do I put yes or no? My wife more than likely will be studying but were not sure 100% yet.
My last questions are about the social security number. Normally my wife would not apply for one until after she gets into the U.S correct? And I should click yes correct? for "Do you want the Social Security Administration to issue a Social Security number and a card"?
Sorry for all the questions but any help is very appreciated.