I just had a question that I wanted to ask anyone who knows. Currently, my wife is in the middle of her AOS process, but needs to go back to her home country. She has her AP approved and everything, and she bought her plane tickets. We were wondering if we needed to bring anything else other than the AP and other documents we received from USCIS, etc. I heard that when she re-enters, she needs to be interviewed separately or something like that, so we wanted to be as well prepared as possible. Thank you in advance! =D
Would anyone happen to know where I can get my fingerprints rolled using the old-school method of ink or the ultra-modern fingerprint scans in Seoul? I need to send them to Thailand to receive my criminal history to use for my CR-1/DCF visa.
Also, if you have received either inked or scanned fingerprints in Seoul, is the fingerprint form in Korean or English?
Hi anyone. Has anyone else filed in South Korea? I'm about to start the process by filing for my new hubby! I'm looking ahead and seeing the requirements for the medical exam.. is it all possible to get the exam in advance? We are already looking at having to miss a lot of work to go to Seoul for various parts of the process (we live almost 4 hours away by bus) and if we have to wait until we get packet 3, that probably means having to take yet another day off of work to trek to Seoul just to get the exam done. Thanks for the info :)
Anyone have an answer to my dumb question? I'm doing CR1, and my case is currently completed. The NVC tells me the process is, after your case is marked completed, the NVC will schedule your interview appointment first. Then send your paperwork to the embassy. Is this the correct order of events?
If this is correct, I'm not sure what the purpose of tracking when the NVC has shipped their packet to the consulate is. Are some people finding they have a scheduled appt, and the paperwork didn't arrive at the consulate yet? Or are people getting their interview date AFTER they somehow find out their paperwork was mailed?
If the NVC is blowing smoke up my butt, and correct sequence is mail first, then interview date, how can I get them to tell me when the package is sent to the consulate?