Hello, we received an e-mail this morning and are not sure if this is our interview letter or an information packet. We are under expedited processing so i'm quite fine with them communicating with us through e-mail, as long as we're clear on it's contents. If anyone could please help us by trying to provide assistance with the questions I have highlighted and I will ask my questions in RED so you will know my specific question.
We have just received from the National Visa Center the immigrant visa cases for your spouse.
At the time of their interviews, Mrs. RomanianWife should present the following documents:
Two (2) photographs (please see attachment with information about the photograph).
Romanian police certificate “Certificat de cazier judiciar”.
Original birth certificate, with photocopy.
Original marriage certificate, with photocopy.
Affidavit of Support I-864 signed by you with copy of your last federal income tax return.
Evidence of relationship: photographs, phone bills, correspondence.
TNT confirmation letter - As of September 13, 2012, the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest has changed procedures for all immigrant visa applicants to the U.S. Prior to appointment date, you or your mother must visit the websitehttp://www.UStraveldocs.com
or call the Visa Information and Appointment Service at +40 31 7800 260 from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. to determine the location where from she will pick up her passport with visa. Your parents must provide their passport number, date of birth, nationality, BCH case number, e-mail address and visa category. (We are interviewing for an I-130 spouse visa, why does this mention the parents registering and picking up their passport, etc? Is this normal or perhaps just a generalized I-130 e-mail?)
Please ask your spouse to read the information sent in attachment named “IMBRA pamphlet”.
As soon as you are in the possession of all these documents, your spouse must contact us at 021-2706000 to schedule an appointment. The immigrant visa fee is 325.00 USD and should be paid at the Embassy in the day of her interview. (We were under the impression that the Embassy scheduled the interview here in Romania, is it true that in fact we need to schedule it ourselves or is there somewhere we can go to see if they have scheduled one for us?)
Thank you for your help!!!